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WRIT 2302 - Writing & Rhetoric II

This course prepares students for college-level research-based writing practices in three distinct ways: (1) critical analysis of scholarly texts for research-based purposes, (2) adaptation of (previous) research and research-based writing practices, and (3) rigorous revision. This course builds on students’ vocabulary and awareness of writing as a social and rhetorical activity (begun in WRIT 1301) by asking them to develop their abilities to ask questions about how writing works as a way of knowing in discourse communities. Students will use the writing and research produced in various discourse communities as artifacts (or objects) of study in the writing course. Students will develop and refine their research-based writing practices, including reading (scholarly) sources, collecting and analyzing data, and presenting findings. Class work includes rhetorical analyses of writing and data, development of research practices and procedures suited for a research question and appropriate for a revision-centered workflow, and presentation of findings in multiple genres for various audiences. Prerequisite: WRIT 1301 and 30 hours of college credit.
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