Do you sometimes struggle when you write a paper? Do you ever have trouble coming up with ideas?
Do you get stuck halfway through and want to give up? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions,
then you're in a class with the greatest writers of all time! Writing is hard work, and no matter how good a
writer you are, you will often struggle with "writer's block"—that feeling of hitting a wall during the writing process.
This workshop will give you some strategies for dealing with writer's block. Since most of your college courses
require written work such as essays and term papers, you'll have many opportunities to apply the strategies throughout
your academic career—and beyond
Student Learning Outcomes
By the end of this activity, you should be able to:
- Define or describe "writer's block"
- Identify common causes of writer's block
- Apply strategies for overcoming writer's block
Before you start, you will need to make sure you that have the
handouts for this activity and the Supplemental Learning
Workbook. If you don't, ask a tutor to help you.
Begin the Activity
Once you have all the needed materials, you
may procede to the activity by clicking on the button below.
If at any time you need help, please ask a tutor.
Click here to begin.
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