Workshops

workshop being taught in ASC

Winter Quarter 2023

The ASC offers writing, reading, speaking, and ESL/ELL workshops to all Bellevue College students and staff.

Workshop Title and DescriptionDateTimeLocation
TEXTALK WITH ANA - A weekly in-person workshop series tailored for English Language Learners, focusing on reading and English language skills.Tuesdays Jan. 10 - March 144:30-5:30 p.m.On-Campus, D240H
TEXTALK WITH SOPHIE - A weekly in-person workshop series tailored for English Language Learners, focusing on reading and English language skills.Wednesdays Jan. 11 - March 1511:30-12:20 p.m.On-Campus, D240H
HOW TO PRE-READ YOUR READING - Learn strategies that can help you to prepare for your reading assignments.Wednesday, Jan. 18 2:30-3:20 p.m.On-Campus, D204
HOW TO READ YOUR TEXTBOOK - Learn strategies that will help you connect, understand, and remember the information you read, as well as manage the time you spend on reading.Wednesday, Jan. 25 10:30-11:20 a.m.Preregister via MCS
RESEARCH PAPER - Learn how to evaluate and fine-tune your research question and get tips on how to get started with finding credible sources.Wednesday, Jan. 251:00-2:00 p.m.On-Campus, D204
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HOW TO STUDY VOCABULARY - Learn how to study and remember vocabulary.  Wednesday, Jan. 252:30-3:20 p.m.On-Campus, D204
HOW TO READ A SCHOLARLY ARTICLE - Learn strategies that will help you review and understanding scholarly articlesThursday, Jan. 26 10:30-11:20 a.m.Preregister via MCS
PERSONAL STATEMENTS - Learn how to write effective personal narratives for transfer applications to four-year universities or programs.Thursday, Jan. 261:00-2:00 p.m.On-Campus, D204
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COMBATING TEST ANXIETY - This workshop focuses on how our thoughts about tests, our academics, and abilities can lead us to experience test anxiety. Learn how to combat and change the negative thoughts that lead to test anxiety.Monday, Jan. 301:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.On-Campus, D204
HOW TO FIND THE MAIN IDEA - Learn strategies on how to find the main idea and learn why the main idea is so important.Tuesday, Jan. 3110:30-11:20 a.m.On-Campus, D204
PERSONAL STATEMENTS - Learn how to write effective personal narratives for transfer applications to four-year universities or programs.Tuesday, Jan. 3111:30-12:30 p.m.On-Campus, D204
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HOW TO IDENTIFY SUPPORTING DETAILS - Learn how to recognize supporting details in your reading.  Wednesday, Feb. 12:30-3:20 p.m.On-Campus, D204
MLA CITATIONS - Learn how to find the information needed for MLA documentation, how to cite sources in text, and avoid common errors in Works Cited lists.Thursday, Feb. 210:30-11:30 a.m.On-Campus, D204
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HOW TO USE VOCABULARY IN CONTEXT STRATEGIES - This workshop will focus on different strategies and context clues to help you become a better reader.Thursday, Feb. 211:30-12:20 p.m.On-Campus, D204
HOW TO WRITE A PARAGRAPH - Learn tips and strategies to help you craft a strong paragraph that will “wow” your English teachers.Wednesday, Feb. 82:30-3:20 p.m.On-Campus, D204
“HELP! MY READING IS BORING” - Learn how to find motivation to get through your homework assignments and connect to boring reading.Thursday, Feb. 911:30-12:20 p.m.On-Campus, D204
APA CITATIONS - Learn how to find the information needed for documentation, how to cite in text in APA style, and avoid common errors in Reference lists.Tuesday, Feb. 1410:30-11:30 a.m.On-Campus, D204
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HOW TO SKIM AND SCAN YOUR READING - Learn how to use skimming and scanning so you can save time in your reading assignments and tests. Tuesday, Feb. 141:30-2:20 p.m.On-Campus, D204
HOW TO ANNOTATE YOUR READING - Learn how to annotate your reading, and how it can help you understand what you read.Wednesday, Feb. 152:30-3:20 p.m.On-Campus, D204
RESEARCH PAPER - Learn how to evaluate and fine-tune your research question and get tips on how to get started with finding credible sources.Thursday, Feb. 1612:30-1:30 p.m.On-Campus, D204
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HOW TO READ FASTER - This workshop will teach you skills to measure your reading speed as well as tips on how to increase your reading speed. Wednesday, Feb. 222:30-3:20 p.m.On-Campus, D204
HOW TO APPLY CRITICAL THINKING TO YOUR READING - Join this workshop to find out how you can engage with your reading assignments by incorporating critical reading into your reading.Thursday, Feb. 2311:30-12:20 p.m.On-Campus, D204
HOW TO SUMMARIZE YOUR READING - Join this workshop to find out how to effectively summarize your reading, and how it can help you understand your reading assignments. Tuesday, Feb. 2810:30-11:20 a.m.On-Campus, D204
MLA CITATIONS - Learn how to find the information needed for MLA documentation, how to cite sources in text, and avoid common errors in Works Cited lists.Tuesday, Feb. 2811:30-12:30 p.m.On-Campus, D204
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HOW TO WRITE A SUMMARY - Learn how to effectively summarize a text that you read using your own words.Wednesday, March 110:30-11:20 a.m.On-Campus, D204
APA CITATIONS - Learn how to find the information needed for documentation, how to cite in text in APA style, and avoid common errors in Reference lists.Wednesday, March 112:30-1:30 p.m.On-Campus, D204
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Last Updated January 10, 2023