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Students will focus on reading, writing, and speaking as an academic practice. Through texts drawn from various disciplines, students will explore and recognize common rhetorical and structural patterns in contemporary academic writing and will practice employing these patterns in their own written and oral work. Students will also work on the fundamentals of essay writing and the principles of citation as a foundation to academic integrity. Note: This course is intended for students who would benefit from additional preparation for university writing classes such as English 1100. Students completing WRTG 1100 will receive undergraduate credit, but the course does not satisfy program writing-intensive course requirements.
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