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Unformatted text preview: Final project process CM220 is designed to develop the writer’s skills in:ResearchAnalysis of research Application of critical thinking skills Development of effective arguments Supporting arguments with credible sources APA citationCollaborationPrewriting, editing, and revision process Glenda Jones[21:04 ET]: Report Glenda Jones[21:04 ET]: controversial Glenda Jones[21:04 ET]: kaplan library Topic of for or against Glenda Jones[21:05 ET]: For or against the legalization of marijuana Glenda Jones[21:07 ET]: argument paper 5-8 plus the works cited Glenda Jones[21:07 ET]: letter to the editor Glenda Jones[21:08 ET]: multimedia Glenda Jones[21:08 ET]: reflective essay Glenda Jones[21:08 ET]: 18 pages on the same topic Glenda Jones[21:08 ET]: commit to something you want to research CM220 takes the theme of invention and the exploration of BIG IDEAS that impact the world, our communities, and our lives, while situating these themes within a persuasive writing framework. Students explore and practice several persuasive forms of writing throughout the course and examine writing as...
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This note was uploaded on 07/26/2011 for the course ACC MT 140 taught by Professor Magoo during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.
- Spring '11