ENGH 1010. Introductory Writing. (4 Hours)

Introduces students to the components of the writing process, from generating ideas to drafting and revising. Offers students, in a workshop setting, an opportunity to learn to read texts of some complexity (which in turn serve as the occasion for their own writing) and to write expository prose that makes use of a variety of rhetorical strategies and research methods, while demonstrating a control of the conventions of standard edited written English. Emphasizes the writing process as well as the quality of the finished product. Requires students to write multiple drafts and to keep a portfolio of their work.


ENGH 1020. College Writing. (3,4 Hours)

Offers students an opportunity to move across texts and genres (such as expository essays, fiction, or film), thus focusing on the basics of compositions and the use of metaphor, organization, selection, gaps and silences, tone, and point of view. Through a series of sequenced assignments, students have an opportunity to read fiction and nonfiction texts of some complexity, make the critical interpretation of these texts the occasion for their own writing, write expository prose that makes use of a variety of rhetorical strategies, conduct library research when appropriate, reflect on and assess their writing, and refine their documentation skills. Emphasizes the writing process as well as the quality of the finished product. Requires students to write multiple drafts.