ENG100H1F L0201 TR2-5
Instructor: Noa Reich
Office Phone: TBD
Office Location: Jackman Humanities Building, Room TBD
Brief Description of Course: The ability to write well is reciprocally connected to abilities to read and think well. This course will teach students to read, think, and write analytically, developing practical skills for writing in the university and beyond. Through multiple assignments, students will be actively involved in different stages of the writing process, from generating ideas to revisions. Students will learn to identify and implement techniques for constructing well-reasoned and persuasive arguments; shaping coherent paragraphs; and honing clarity and style at the level of sentence structure.
Required Reading: The McGraw-Hill Handbook. Flynn, Maimon, Peritz, and Yancey. 2010
First Three Authors/Texts: TBA.
Method of Evaluation: TBA.