Rhetoric and Composition 101

Course Description

Students in Rhetoric and Composition 101 study the logical, rhetorical, and linguistic structures of expository prose; develop strategies for analyzing purposes, audiences, and conventions; and engage with processes for drafting, revising, and editing.

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Course Details

Lindsey Joyce taught this course for the English Department in the School of Arts and Humanities for West Virginia University. The stats for this course are as follows:

Semester: Fall 2008

Sections taught: 2

Class level: Undergraduate

Credit hours: 3

Instruction mode: Face-to-face

Activity type: Lecture

Enrollment cap per session: 25

Semester: Spring 2009

Sections taught: 2

Class level: Undergraduate

Credit hours: 3

Instruction mode: Face-to-face

Activity type: Lecture

Enrollment cap per session: 25


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