ENG 1101 LC32 Fall 2017

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ENG 1101 LC32 Fall 2017
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Semester / Year
Fall 2017
Course Description

Persuasion is key to getting ahead in this world; but how can you make yourself heard if you can’t put your words out there in an honest, clear, and very impressive fashion? We have the answers: Hard work (what did you think?!), plus good new ways to re-frame your relationship to pen and paper, time management, and essays, essays, essays. You’ll like assignments when we’re done with this semester.

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The Worst/The Best Thing (about school so far)

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ENG 1121 In-Formation Presentation Worksheet

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What’s Behind the Concept of “In-Formation”

“In-Formation” Definition: +The concept of creating a topic that is dynamic and always gathering energy +The imagining of "self" as being dynamic, under construction--a goal we arrive at after a lifetime of learning and seeking; an […] See MoreWhat’s Behind the Concept of “In-Formation”

Exercise # 1Proper quotation marks 1– revised from Purdue Owl Website

Quotation Mark and Italics and Punctuation Exercise Read the following sentences carefully. Where are the errors of punctuation, quotation, and italicization? Circle them and be prepared to explain why. "Mary is trying hard in […] See MoreExercise # 1Proper quotation marks 1– revised from Purdue Owl Website