A foundational composition course featuring a sequence of writing, reading, and information literacy assignments. Students learn to write and revise for different rhetorical situations while increasing their mastery of academic conventions. Some sections designed for specific student audiences.
First Year & Sophomores only; Juniors & Seniors needing this course to fulfill the General Education requirement, FWIL, please contact Lise.Larose@uvm.edu for an override. Students who have enrolled in a TAP course, CAS integrated program, or HCOL 085 have already fulfilled this requirement. Open to Degree and CDE students
In this course, students garner the tools and habits of mind to craft written expression for a variety of audiences. With an enduring focus on process and information literacy, students are introduced to strategies for inventing, researching, and organizing their ideas and given opportunities for frequent and substantial revision. Students write and revise with increasing attention to the effects of their rhetorical choices and participate in regular peer review workshops to practice reading, speaking about, and revising their writing. Assignments range from creative non-fiction to specialist research essays to magazine-style informative feature stories.
Lafayette Hall L212 (View Campus Map)
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