COMPOSITION for a DYNAMIC WORLD, FALL, 2020

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COMPOSITION for a DYNAMIC WORLD, FALL, 2020
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English, Humanities
Course Code
1101
Semester / Year
Fall 2020
Course Description

The world isn’t static, and your writing shouldn’t be, either. In this course you will learn about the near-magical power of the written word, and the myriad places you can use that power. Do you want to persuade? Do you want to weigh in? Or do you just want to rule the world?! Expect to discuss new ways of learning in class, and to explore how digital pathways will connect you to a larger conversation — outside the classroom.
So: put away the 5-paragraph essay you learned in high school. And welcome to the new world.

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