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UNAS 1124 The Writing Process: Writing About Unity (Summer: 1 )

Course Description

This one-credit course seeks to increase your ability and confidence in writing at the college level. You’ll practice fundamental skills ranging from crafting sentences and constructing paragraphs to engaging sources and analyzing texts. But you’ll concentrate on the writing process, and this course will identify the characteristics of an effective writing process. You’ll acquire strategies to develop and present ideas, using writing to think, communicate, and learn, enabling yourself to approach any college-level writing situation with success. You will write about unity, exploring this theme as it’s portrayed in two texts, the movie Moneyball (2011) and the play Circle Mirror Transformation (2010). What kinds of unity are there? How do individuals become united? Why is unity important? You’ll use the concept of unity to better understand writing. How does cooperation occur between writer and readers? What makes a piece of writing unified?

Instructor(s): Dustin Rutledge

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17