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Unformatted text preview: and think out loud. Apart from occasional mini-lectures, I will act primarily as a guide
and referee to make sure that our discussions stay on track and respectful. Beyond that, you are
in charge of the direction of discussion, and the more engaged you are, the more interesting and
rewarding the class will be for all of us. Readings
The readings for this course fall into three groups: the ﬁrst is the primary texts, the subject of our
course; the second is the secondary text, an academic work related to our primary texts; and the
third is a selection of writings about reading and writing. The ﬁrst provides the subject matter for
your own writing, the second provides a model for academic writing in the discipline and on the
subject, and the third offers instruction on how to write effectively. The following texts are required, and will be available in the Penn Book Center, 34th and
Sansom. If you choose to get your books elsewhere, please be sure to order the same edition by
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2014 for the course WRIT 026 taught by Professor Traweek during the Spring '10 term at UPenn.
- Spring '10