UWRT 1103 - Writing and Inquiry in Academic Contexts I and II
Students write extensively as they explore literacy and writing. They engage critically with the opinions and voices of others while developing an extended inquiry project that integrates materials from varied sources and includes writing in multiple genres. Students write, revise, edit, and reflect on their writing with the support of the teacher and peers. Students also immerse themselves in a conversation about a topic through reading, questioning, and process writing. Students learn to distinguish rhetorical contexts, practice different conventions, and develop positions in relation to research. They also adopt digital technologies to network, compose, and/or critique and disseminate their work.
Credit Hours: (3)
Restriction(s): Appropriate Score on ACT or SAT Critical Reading and high school performance.
General Education Requirement(s) Satisfied: First-Year Writing
Grading Method: Grades are derived primarily from portfolios that include work generated throughout the term.
Most Recently Offered (Day): Fall 2019, Second Summer 2019, Spring 2019
Most Recently Offered (Evening): Spring 2018, Fall 2017, Spring 2017
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