Study Guide Essay

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Composition I

SYLLABUS AND STUDY GUIDE

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SYLLABUS.......................................................................................................................................................................1 Course Summary........................................................................................................................................................2 Learning Materials and References ...........................................................................................................................4 Course Outline
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C. Critical reading Summarization

D. Writing for multiple purposes E. F. Voice, tone, and register Descriptive writing

G. Genres H. Cause and effect I. J. Point of view Process analysis—visuals

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Introduction to Research A. Various citation formats—APA B. C. Plagiarism and ways to avoid it Evaluating sources
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Composition I

SYLLABUS

D. Conducting research E. F. Information literacy Annotations

G. Exploration H. Using the ITT Tech Virtual library

COURSE OBJECTIVES
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Demonstrate mastery of the writing process, from invention to revision. Apply principles of composition to evaluate the effectiveness of multiple rhetorical strategies. Apply standard writing conventions to produce original essays, research papers, and other compositions. Explain and apply the concepts of purpose, audience, and tone to compositions. Apply critical reading skills to analyze and interpret written and visual texts. Locate, analyze, evaluate, and use information from a variety of sources, including the ITT Tech Virtual Library. 7. 8. 9. Formulate and execute a practical research plan. Apply peer review techniques to provide feedback on written work. Create and deliver an oral presentation of research findings to peers and faculty.

LEARNING OUTCOMES
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Demonstrate mastery of the writing process, from invention to revision. Apply principles of composition to evaluate the effectiveness of multiple rhetorical strategies.

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