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|CRWT 102 - CRITICAL READING AND WRITING II|
This course will be devoted to helping students develop the skills required to think and write critically about a variety of texts. Students will learn techniques for performing close reading and critical analysis of texts, and they will illustrate these techniques by composing thoroughly revised essays. The majority of this course will be devoted to research methods, information literacy, revision strategies, conventional MLA formatting, and the development of longer research papers. Students will learn to support their ideas and arguments using textual evidence drawn from appropriate primary and secondary sources. The course will include peer review workshops, one-on-one conferences with the instructor, and supplemental instruction provided by the Center for Reading and Writing.
0.000 TO 4.000 Credit hours
0.000 TO 4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Hybrid, Lecture, Lecture/Online, Online Course, Recitation
Critical Reading and Writing Department
GE-Critical Reading & Writing, Gen Ed 2018, WRITING INTENSIVE