This course provides instruction and practice in the fundamentals of English grammar and usage in addition to the processes of writing: invention strategies, drafting, critical reading, researching, collaborating, sharing, revising, editing, and copy editing. In particular, this course provides extensive practice in narrative, descriptive, and expository writing, using supplementary readings as models of form and to generate subject matter for composition. This course does not fulfill the English General Education Requirements, but it can be used as elective credit.
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