Writing-Intensive Chemistry and the Arts
           Derek A. Bruzewicz, Queensborough Community College, NY
ABSTRACT  
Beginning students in Chemistry and the Arts must master a great deal of new vocabulary and the format of laboratory reports. 
Non-native speakers of English and first-year students particularly struggle. This paper describes the design and implementation 
of Writing-Intensive (WI) Chemistry and the Arts for non-science majors at a community college. Preliminary assessment data 
already shows how studentsí writing may be improving through WI, and further studies will investigate the impact of the WI course.

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