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Fall 2021
Dec 07, 2021
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ENGL 10600 - First-Year Composition
Credit Hours: 4.00. This 4-credit hour composition course includes student-teacher conferences. Students in this course produce between 7,500-11,500 words of polished writing (or 15,000-22,000 total words, including drafts or the equivalent). Within the course, students will learn to write with a rhetorical awareness of diverse audiences, situations, and contexts; critically think about writing and rhetoric through reading, analysis, and reflection; provide constructive feedback and incorporate feedback into their own writing; perform research and evaluate sources to support claims; and engage multiple digital technologies for different purposes. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.
0.000 OR 4.000 Credit hours

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Levels: Graduate, Professional, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Distance Learning, Individual Study, Lecture, Practice Study Observation, Recitation
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Offered By: College of Liberal Arts
Department: English

Course Attributes:
Lower Division, GTC-Information Literacy, Exempt, Dept Credit, UC-Written Communication, UC-Information Literacy, GTC-Written Communication

May be offered at any of the following campuses:     
      Northwest- Westville
      Northwest- Hammond
      West Lafayette
      Anderson
      Columbus
      Kokomo
      Lafayette
      New Albany
      Richmond
      South Bend

Learning Outcomes: 1. Demonstrate rhetorical awareness of diverse audiences, situations, and contexts. 2. Compose a variety of texts in a range of forms, equaling at least 7,500-11,500 words of polished writing (or 15,000-22,000 words, including drafts). 3. Critically think about writing and rhetoric through reading, analysis, and reflection. 4. Provide constructive feedback to others and incorporate feedback into their writing. 5. Perform research and evaluate sources to support claims. 6. Engage multiple digital technologies to compose for different purposes.


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