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- Writing thinking: reflecting, reporting, explaining, and arguing
- Rhetorical situation
- Reading critically
- Reportorial/Informative Essay
- Essay structure
The purpose of this course is to provide students with an introduction to University-level skills in writing and academic composition. Specifically, students will learn the skills necessary to produce original, University—level essays in four principal modes of writing and thinking: reflecting, reporting, explaining, and arguing. A constant emphasis will be placed on writing and thinking as a process that unfolds through critical engagement with topics and sources.
Library of Congress Classes and Subclasses
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- PE1-3729 English
PE501-(693) Middle English
- PE(814)-896 Early Modern English