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Director of the Language Center S. Hamano
1015 American Multicultural Perspectives in Washington, D.C. (3) Siczek and Staff
  A writing-intensive course that explores the capital’s rich multicultural heritage through diverse texts and community resources. Designed to represent the pedagogy of the American university experience through critical reading, inquiry, and discussion. Upon successful completion of EAP 1015, students take UW 1020. Laboratory fee.
1016 Academic Skills Workshop (1) Siczek and Staff
  Development of critical academic skills for international students. Workshop topics may include critical reading, listening and note-taking, academic vocabulary development, timed writing practice, and discussion and presentation skills. (Summer)
1046 EAP Tutorial (0 to 4) Staff
  Individualized instruction in specific skill areas. Language Center approval required. Tuition is charged at the rate of 1, 2, 3, or 4 credits, for 1, 2, 3, or 4 hours of instruction per week, respectively. Credit for this course cannot be applied toward a degree.

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