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  • on January 13, 2013
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Dr. Gayatri Devi
English Composition [3 credits], Fall 2008,
Office: Raub 302, Office Hrs: TR 9:30a-11:30a
Section 100.03, 06
Tel: 570-484-2284, Email:gdevi@lhup.edu, Website: http://www.lhup.edu/gdevi/


Course Description
This section of English Composition will prepare you to respond confidently to a variety of rhetorical situations. You will gain practice in writing well to different audiences, for different purposes and by exploring different strategies.   Specifically, this course will help you practice and achieve mastery—that is my hope—of the following rhetorical skills:
    • Reading and Analysis
    • Interpretation and Response
    • Summary and Paraphrase
    • Exposition or Shaping Information
    • Argumentative writing and Research
    • Use of Secondary sources

Course Objectives
By the end of the course you should be able to:
    1. propose a strong, logical thesis in response to a writing assignment
    2. choose appropriate strategies to support that thesis
    3. accurately summarize a text by another author and analyze the structure and rhetorical strategies of the piece
    4. respond to another writer’s text (peer or professional) in terms of its argument, evidence, reasoning, organization, style, and values
    5. draft, revise, and edit well-organized essays each with:
          a. appropriate evidence to support the thesis
          b. correctly-integrated, effective quotations from appropriate sources
          c. clear organization
          d. coherent and well-developed paragraphs
          e. sentences that effectively express relationships among ideas
          f. tone and style appropriate to an academic audience
          g. conventionally correct, edited American English;
    6. offer substantial and concrete suggestions for revision of a peer’s text
    7. use the library’s resources to find periodical and book sources related to the work of the class...

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