An intermediate course in the writing of fiction, using a workshop format. Students will gain experience in crafting fiction through attention to the full range of story elements and to different narrative genres. Works by other writers are studied in the light of basic principles of form.
Expository Writing I
A course on the art and craft of expository writing–writing that seeks to explore, explain, or argue a topic for a given audience. Students will practice various modes of nonfiction writing, from personal to persuasive essays, so as to learn the knowledge and skills needed to express themselves fluently and literately in written English, whether in print or digitally. Through a workshop format, students will learn seven traits of effective writing, study well-crafted essays on a range of intriguing topics, improve grammatical correctness in their own writing, gain twenty-first century research skills, and become rhetorically savvy writers. This course is strongly recommended for students considering a career in teaching.
Expository Writing I (ENG‑201); B average in ENG-201 and ENG-203 or 213

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