Focuses on composing the academic-style expository essay, which features a comprehensive thesis and logical support. Students will write original compositions increasing in level of difficulty and length, totaling at least 6,000 words, which will use rhetorical strategies such as textual analysis, causal analysis, comparison and argument. Students will read, interpret, and synthesize non-fiction sources using Standard Written English and MLA format.
|First Week of Class Begins:||Monday, 3/19/2012|
|First Class Meeting on:||Tuesday, 3/20/2012|
|Add without Instructor Permission by:||Monday, 3/19/2012|
|Last Day to Add with APC:||Wednesday, 3/28/2012|
|Drop with Refund by:||Friday, 3/23/2012|
|Drop without 'W' Grade by:||Tuesday, 4/3/2012|
|Drop with 'W' Grade by:||Thursday, 4/26/2012|
|Last Week of Class Ends:||Thursday, 5/17/2012|
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