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ENGL 100: College Writing
Emphasizes facility with shorter units of composition, such paragraphing, and includes significant attention to matters of mechanics, clarity, sentence order, and audience. Some students will be required to successfully complete ENG 100 prior to enrollment in ENG 101.
Professors: Gail B. Radley; Joel B. Davis; John H. Pearson; (more)
Terms: Fall 11-12
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ENGL 101: Writing and Rhetoric
Enhances the persuasive strategies and overall writing abilities of first-year students. It teaches techniques of writing and argument essential for the college-level thinker and writer: appropriate support and organization, revision to shape the argument to suit the needs and e...
Professors: Andrew D. Dehnart; Gail B. Radley; Jamil Khader; (more)
Terms: Fall 11-12
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ENGL 109: Stetson Writing Workshop
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Professors: Megan O'Neill; Michael C. Barnes
Terms: Fall 11-12
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ENGL 201: Intermediate Writing
Amplifies the skills covered in ENGL 101 by providing further practice at the skills of drafting, revising, and editing effective academic, argumentative, and expository prose. It emphasizes academic standards for grammar, mechanics, and usage, the analysis of prose models accor...
Professors: Nancy A. Barber
Terms: Fall 11-12
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ENGL 205: Journalism
An introduction to the art of writing about the news. This course will focus on the specialized, core skills necessary for the practice of journalism in all mediums. It emphasizes the craft of news writing and principles of effective reporting. Prerequisite: ENGL 101.
Professors: Andrew D. Dehnart
Terms: Fall 11-12
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ENGL 206: Technical Writing
Emphasizing a user-friendly and minimalist style, introduces students to a spectrum of technical writing challenges, from resumes to user manuals; both individual and group writing processes will guide the construction of a final portfolio submission.
Professors: Michael C. Barnes
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ENGL 207: Nature Writing
Combines field experience in local outdoor natural areas with classroom instruction and writing workshops. Students develop skills in writing non-fiction genres, including natural history, creative non-fiction, science writing, travel writing, and reportage. Prerequisite: ENGL ...
Professors: Mary R. Pollock
Terms: Fall 11-12
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ENGL 220: Understanding Comp & Rhetoric
Reinforces concepts of rhetorical analysis and presents Composition Studies as the primary practical application of rhetoric. Its goal is to make students aware of the history of rhetoric and the teaching of composition, especially in light of recent changes in communication tec...
Professors: Megan O'Neill
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ENGL 305: Special Topics in Journalism
Develops skills in various sub-genres of journalistic writing, such as literary journalism, magazine writing, or gonzo journalism. Prerequisite: ENGL 101.
Professors: Michael C. Barnes
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ENGL 322: Composition Pedagogy
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Professors: Michael C. Barnes
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