Writing a Paper: Analyzing the Text to Develop Your Thesis
Are you stuck on your paper? Having a hard time developing a thesis or confused about analyzing the literature? This workshop is designed for students in literature-based courses (English, Texts & Ideas, etc.) who need to practice close reading skills to formally analyze a text to write a paper. You can apply the skills you learn to the text you’re working with in order to develop your own thesis for your paper.
This workshop will be run several times throughout the semester to help you practice your skills. Visit the College Learning Center website to reserve your seat up to five days before each session.
Seats are limited. If you are unable to attend a session for which you registered, please send an email to email@example.com at least 24 hours in advance so we could open the seat to another student.
Tuesday, February 15, 6:15 – 7:00pm
Thursday, February 17, 2:15 – 300pm
Friday, February 18, 12:15-1:00pm
Tuesday, February 22, 6:15 – 7:00pm
Thursday, February 24, 2:15 – 3:00pm
All sessions will be held in the CLC@UHall.
*Walk-ins are welcome if seats remain available.
Keep in mind that CLC is also well-staffed with talented Learning Assistants who can see you on an individual basis to help you work through specific questions you may have in a variety of subjects. No appointments necessary – just walk in according to our schedule! Please visit our website for a current schedule of times, locations, and courses.
College Learning Center: www.nyu.edu/cas/clc or 212-998-8085
CLC @ Weinstein – 5-11 University Place (1st Floor) – between Waverly Place and 8th St
CLC @ UHall – 110 East 14th Street (main floor – UHall Commons) between 3rd & 4th Avenues.