ENGL 213 Texts and Contexts

Texts and Contexts is a writing-intensive course designed to introduce students to the process of research-based writing intended for a range of audiences and rhetorical situations. Students will undertake a series of writing projects that engage writing process elements, from completing pre-writing strategies; to locating, assessing, integrating, and properly citing research sources; to drafting, revising, and proofreading final copy. Through reading like a writer, students will learn to evaluate and construct logical arguments and to explore questions related to the contexts of writing, such as audience, genre, and historical or political moment. The course will culminate in a significant research-based writing project




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