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Writing II SP

Writing II SP - Writing II Methods of Inquiry(T01.2002...

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Writing II: Methods of Inquiry (T01.2002) email: [email protected] David Damstra office:726 Broadway, 6th floor Spring 2011 T/R 1:30-3:30 (by appt.) The essay is not about proving a theorem or diagramming a sentence. It is about developing an idea (aka, theme, argument, point) by reflecting on evidence. “Think of yourself, then, as a writer intent on opening a subject up rather than closing one down.” [1] This is especially the case with the research paper, which is the primary focus of Writing II. Reading and writing are twins. Critical reading as a method of inquiry , whether reading with or against the grain, assumes an active reader—highlighting, questioning, responding to text. Required Texts: The Romance of the Renaissance (Course Pak for FQ and PL, Unit III ); King Lear, Penguin edition. A Pocket Style Manual, Diane Hacker, 5th ed. A current dictionary. Webster’s Collegiate, 11th edition, is a great choice. A notebook for classwork and a
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