Writing for Academic Success (INTS 103.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
INTS 103 WS1 May 2018 Carleigh Brady
 
INTS 103 62 January 2018 Celene Sidloski
INTS 103 64 January 2018 Kali Brazier-Tompkins
INTS 103 66 January 2018 Kali Brazier-Tompkins
INTS 103 WS2 January 2018 Jessica McDonald
 
INTS 103 61 September 2017 Celene Sidloski
INTS 103 91 September 2017 Jade McDougall
INTS 103 WS1 September 2017 Kylee-Anne Hingston
 
INTS 103 W61 May 2017 Kylee-Anne Hingston
 
INTS 103 62 January 2017 Celene Sidloski
 
INTS 103 61 September 2016 Celene Sidloski

Description

The purpose of this course is to help students become stronger writers. To the end of sculpting effective essays, the course will teach students the principles of good reading; essay structure; editing and revision; and the effective use of rhetoric. The course proceeds upon the premise that clear writing is rooted in sound grammar, and that even analysis cannot properly proceed without this basis. For this reason, the course will necessarily include instruction in grammar.

Note

Students are encouraged to take this course in their first year to maximize the opportunity to increase success in later courses. However, it may be taken as an elective requirement at any time.

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