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ENGL.1020-035/ College Writing II

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Mark Twain, (Mr.Clemmons) and his Kitten, PD

Welcome to College Writing II

This course builds upon skills learned in College Writing I, such as composing purposeful, well-organized essays that pursue complex theses in sophisticated ways. The course emphasizes the research process and the steps needed to compose a well-researched essay. This class focuses on the writing process: the several drafts one constructs while moving towards a final draft. You will be expected to participate fully at each level--from initial brainstorming to proofreading your final work. We will discuss and practice methods of inquiry; how to collect, arrange, and present information; how to revise our prose into clear, thoughtful sentences and paragraphs; and how to respond to one another’s work with constructive criticism.

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