2014-2015

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English

ENGL 137W Writing for Academic Audiences (1)

Teaches strategies that are vital in writing for scholarly audiences, primarily in situations that require you to present well-reasoned arguments, supported with evidence. The course will provide instruction and sustained practice for students interested in familiarizing themselves with the conventions of academic inquiry and effective college-level writing, laying a strong foundation for future scholarly writing projects. Through systematic feedback from the instructor and peers, the course will emphasize techniques for generating, revision, and editing texts, as well as the effective use of readings and other source materials in writing.

  • Prerequisite:  First- or second-year standing and permission of instructor
  • General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Writing-centered
  • Offering: Annually
  • Instructor: Newmann Holmes

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