Reading, Writing, and Study Skills Workshops


Workshop Options:​​
Pop-Up Workshops are informal, interactive workshops that let you practice important study and writing skills. Students can drop in and out at any time during the workshop. Improve your skills, get immediate feedback, and meet new people! The following pop-up topics are available:
  • Five Sentence Combining Options
  • Following Instructions
  • Prewriting/Creative Thinking
  • Study Skills
  • Thesis Development
  • Time Management
ESL Open Labs provide you the opportunity to practice speaking, reading, and writing in English. The lab is open, which mean students can drop in and drop out at any time during the lab. ESL open labs are available every Thursday from 11:30-1:30 at the Valencia campus.

Revision Jams present a variety of revision activities and allow you to work on your assignments during the jam. Revision Jams can help with any writing assignment—they provide students with many opportunities to enhance their writing. When attending a Revision Jam, plan to be there the entire time. Bring your writing with you so we can work hands-on!

Formal Lab Report Workshops help science students craft their lab report assignments. Students work on scientific language and lab report structure. When attending a Formal Lab Report workshop, plan to be there the entire time. Bring your draft with you so we can work hands-on!

Public Speaking Workshops help students overcome anxiety and improve their public speaking skills. When attending a Public Speaking workshop, plan to be there the entire time.
 
 *NEW* ASL Study Jams provide ASL students the opportunity to practice ASL with a seasoned ASL tutor.  Students may come in and out at anytime during the study jams. The schedule is listed below:
 
Valencia Campus, LTLC- 146                                
TBA
 
Canyon Country Campus, CCC-308
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For more information, visit TLC’s website or contact Erin Delaney at erin.delaney@canyons.edu
 
 
Guided Learning Activities are self-guided computer tutorials on a variety of topics in English, math, and study skills. Students read materials on a computer and complete activities. Then, they meet one-on-one with a tutor to discuss their work.

GLAs beginning in week 2 and ending in week 15.