On 2 February 2021, Mr Kelvin Chu conducted a one-hour mixed mode workshop in Dr Joseph Cho’s GDRS1002 Feminist Theories. This is the first workshop of a three-part series following the Writing to Learn (WTL) pedagogical model to facilitate learning and language enhancement. By understanding that writing can be both a method of learning and communication, it is hoped that students will explicitly reflect on their own writing processes to boost their performance and overall understanding of the course content. The key aims of the first workshop were to: 1) understand the WTL model and the writing process, 2) identify the audience and purpose of writing, and 3) internalize active reading and annotation of texts. The workshop was positively received, and students praised it to be informative, inspiring, and engaging. They especially enjoyed the guided exercise on annotating passages and appreciated the instructor’s elaborate tips for each stage of the writing process. The EAC project team is excited to return to the class for a second workshop in March.