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Jenny Grosvenor ()
Winter Session online course; Dates: 12/26/2012-01/11/2013
Course Description: This online writing workshop will challenge you to make creative connections: to write for multiple purposes, in three genres (creative nonfiction, fiction, and poetry), while paying close attention to audience and point of view.
Course Requirements: One personal essay, one piece of fiction, one poem Three daily responses in your online Writer?s Notebook Responses to readings and active, participation in Writing Discussions Dynamic involvement in online group peer-response workshops Course Objectives: To learn to read like a writer To expand, improve, and refine your writing skills To learn the power and necessity of revision To hone editorial skills in offering valuable feedback to peer writers To master invention and revision at all stages of the writing process To attain confidence in your potential and creativity as a writer Required Texts and Materials: Murray, Donald M. Crafting a Life in Essay, Story, Poem. Portsmouth, N.H.: Heineman, 1996.
Grading Criteria: Writing Pieces (3) 60% Writer?s Notebook entries, three/day 20% Peer editing workshop involvement 10% Responses to readings and writing discussions 10%
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|ENGS 001 OL1||English: Written Expression (online)||to||N/A||See Notes||3||14560|
|ENGS 095 WQ3||English: Crime Story: Agatha Christie (online)||to||N/A||See Notes||2||14490|
|ENGS 095 WQ9||English: Writing Workshop (online)||to||N/A||See Notes||2||15000|
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