WRT 110 - Academic Writing I
Introduces students to the complex practices of writing, reading, and thinking required in university courses. Students learn to approach writing as a process of invention, drafting, revising, and editing. The course also emphasizes rhetorical aspects of writing, such as audience, arrangement, and academic conventions. Students also learn to read diverse texts critically by practicing close-reading strategies. Students should become more confident about and competent at understanding the positions of others as well as asserting their own informed perspectives. Designated sections of the course require additional work on basic skills. This course may not be elected on a Pass/No Pass basis. (Formerly RPW 110)
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