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This free, one-on-one tutoring center will help you focus and revise your compositions. Here are some resources.
This free, one-on-one tutoring center will help you focus and revise your compositions. Here are some online handouts to get you started.
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ENG 101. College Writing and Reading I (3) Prerequisite: Evidence of competence on an English placement test. Introduction to the composing process through practice in analysis and rhetoric as well as narrative and expository forms appropriate to academic writing. Students also conduct research using print and online sources, correctly document sources, and write persuasively.
ENG 201. College Writing and Reading II (3) Prerequisite: ENG 101 and sophomore standing. College-level writing and reading, including continued practice in the composing process, with emphasis on argumentation and research. Projects will employ a rhetorical approach to identifying, evaluating, analyzing, synthesizing, and documenting information from print and online sources.
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