English 2089 (Intermediate Composition) reinforces what students learn in first-year Composition, introduces higher-level learning about writing and reading, and focuses students’ attention on how meaning is made, understood and communicated across and within discourse communities. The course emphasizes critical reading and writing, advanced research and argumentative skills, and rhetorical sensitivity to differences in academic, professional, and/or public writing.
Contributor: Rhiannon Scharnhorst, University of Cincinnati, firstname.lastname@example.org
Created on: May 23, 2021
Last updated on May 24, 2021
Institution: University of Cincinnati
Type of Institution: Public University
Highest Degree Awarded: Doctoral Degree
Course: 2089: Intermediate Composition
First Used: Summer 2020
Most Recently Used: Fall 2020
Thematic Course: No
Required Course: Yes
Prerequisites: Completion of 1001, 1012, or the transfer equivalent, plus 30 semester credits.
General Education Course: Yes
Course Level: Second Semester
Personal Control Over Syllabus Design: Full Control
Comments: The syllabus was designed with departmental outcomes in mind, but the course theme and assignments were developed by me.
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