ENGL 101S - Writing and Rhetoric I Studio
(4cr) Follows one or more related themes including writing, literacy, and/or rhetoric. The goal of this course is to provide students the rhetorical tools to navigate the discourse communities of the university and beyond. This course introduces students to the idea of writing both as a course of study and as a social practice and helps them become flexible writers in a world with increasingly diverse means of communication. Students will study and practice the writing process of academic and public genres and will gain a range of experiences as they learn to write for different audiences. They will not only read the works of published writers but will also read and examine each other’s writing. Studio sections spend additional time on process drafting and writing development and meet for one additional credit hour. Prerequisites: Satisfactory score on appropriate placement tests. Prerequisite to all other English courses.
Satisfies Tier One Core Curriculum Writing requirement. C or better required.
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