Eng1101c/d300spring2017

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Eng1101c/d300spring2017
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Department
English, Humanities
Course Code
1101
Semester / Year
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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