English
Online/Hybrid Course Information
ENG 101 Grammar Test Review
ENG 101 Punctuation Test Review
English 101 Modes
Essay Guidelines
Helpful Links
Short Stories
Staff
Syllabi
Sigma Kappa Delta Honor Society

English


Welcome to the English Department at Wallace State Community College! This Department supports the College’s mission and goals by offering a variety of courses that focus on both academic knowledge and technical skills. The English Department promotes both a professional and educational environment by providing quality instruction with defined objectives and outcomes. Flexible scheduling and a variety of delivery methods assist us in promoting our “student first” philosophy. We seek to create a student-centered, learning-focused environment where writing, reading, thinking, and sharing abound; where students’ views and voices are valued; and where our instructors are not only knowledgeable, but also genuinely enthusiastic about teaching and working with students.

Common Read Initiative 2013


English Website Activities


English Grammar and Punctuation Exercises


Houghton Mifflin e-Exercises
Big Dog's Grammar
Grammar Bytes Exercises
Interactive Grammar Quizzes
English4Today


Writing I

Composition and writing
Index of grammar, punctuation, and composition topics
MLA documentation style guideline
VAIL anti-plagiarism tutor


English 101

English 101: Major Errors in Grammar Test Review and Answer Key and Answer Key
English 101: Punctuations, Mechanics, and Usage Test Review and Answer Key and Answer Key


Speech 106

http://www.jobchoicesonline.com/


English Department SLA Tutoring

Contact Koel Wilton
koel.wilton@wallacestate.edu
Computer Science Building, Office 105
Mon - Wed, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Thurs, 8:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.
www.wsccenglish.weebly.com

 

“The secret of education lies in respecting the pupil”
   Ralph Waldo Emerson


Every man who aspires to reach the top should devote earnest attention to learning to speak well in public and to write well.
   B. C. Forbes (1946)


“Southerners love a good tale. They are born reciters, great memory retainers, diary keepers, letter exchangers, letter savers, history tracers and debaters, and –outstaying all the rest—great talkers.”
   Eudora Welty