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(UC) Introduction to Academic Reading and Writing

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(3 cr.) This course introduces students to the ways that writing is grounded in reading and that inquiry is essential to learning. Through attentive reading of academic texts, students are given authority as learners to undertake serious intellectual projects that emphasize critical and creative thinking. Instructors guide students through sequenced reading and writing assignments, and highlight the revision process of multiple-draft writing that leads to increasingly complex thinking and rhetorical presentation. As a community of learners, students begin to recognize academic writing as a site where knowledge is produced, understood and communicated. Portfolio assessment; grade of C- or better required to pass EN 101. Full-time students are expected to have completed EN 101 and EN 102 by the end of three semesters. Refer to the undergraduate Academic Good Standing Policy for details. Every Year, All

Sessions

Spring 2020

Section 01

  • Instructor
  • Patricia Comitini
  • Days
  • M,W,F
  • Time
  • 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm
  • Location
  • Tator Hall Room 326

Section 02

  • Instructor
  • Deborah Pollak
  • Days
  • M,W,F
  • Time
  • 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm
  • Location
  • Carl Hansen Student Center Room 116

Section 03

  • Instructor
  • Drew Stutsman
  • Days
  • M,W,F
  • Time
  • 2:00 pm - 2:50 pm
  • Location
  • College of Arts & Sciences 1 Room 105

Section 04

  • Instructor
  • Drew Stutsman
  • Days
  • M,W,F
  • Time
  • 3:00 pm - 3:50 pm
  • Location
  • College of Arts & Sciences 1 Room 105

Section 05

  • Instructor
  • Lois Church
  • Days
  • T,TH
  • Time
  • 8:00 am - 9:15 am
  • Location
  • Carl Hansen Student Center Room 116

Section 06

  • Instructor
  • Lois Church
  • Days
  • T,TH
  • Time
  • 11:00 am - 12:15 pm
  • Location
  • College of Arts & Sciences 1 Room 219