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EG372_Syllabus and Study Guide

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EG372 Written Analysis SYLLABUS AND STUDY GUIDE
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TABLE OF CONTENTS SYLLABUS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 1 Course Summary ........................................................................................................................................................ 2 Learning Materials and References ........................................................................................................................... 4 Course Outline ........................................................................................................................................................... 5 Evaluation and Grading ........................................................................................................................................... 10 Study Guide ................................................................................................................................................................. 12 Week 1 ..................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Week 2 ..................................................................................................................................................................... 15 Week 3 ..................................................................................................................................................................... 20 Week 4 ..................................................................................................................................................................... 22 Week 5 ..................................................................................................................................................................... 24 Week 6 ..................................................................................................................................................................... 26 Week 7 ..................................................................................................................................................................... 28 Week 8 ..................................................................................................................................................................... 31 Week 9 ..................................................................................................................................................................... 34 Week 10 ................................................................................................................................................................... 36 Week 11 ................................................................................................................................................................... 38 APPENDIX A PROJECT ............................................................................................................................................ 39
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-1- EG372 Written Analysis Credit hours: 4 Contact /Instructional hours: 45 (45 Theory) Prerequisites: EG371 Research Methods or equivalent, GE217 Composition II or equivalent
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Written Analysis SYLLABUS -2- COURSE SUMMARY COURSE DESCRIPTION This upper level writing course focuses on writing analytical documents. Areas of study include principles and techniques of drafting and refining an analysis of a complex document or situation. MAJOR INSTRUCTIONAL AREAS 1. Applying critical analysis and evaluation 2. Using a critical writing process 3. Synthesizing information from a variety of sources 4. Drafting and refining analytical documents COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. Describe how creative thinking and critical thinking are applied to daily situations. 2. Evaluate the critical elements of a source document. 3. Critically analyze and summarize complex documents. 4. Participate in a collaborative writing process. 5. Use the ITT Tech Virtual Library to locate issue and/or problem-solution documents. 6. Synthesize information from multiple source documents. 7. Use primary and secondary research sources to support analysis. 8. Apply creative thinking to propose a set of solutions to a problem. 9. Apply critical thinking to select a viable and innovative solution to a problem or issue. 10. Create a research document intended to persuade an audience to support a position on an issue or a solution to a problem. 11. Critically evaluate peers work with respect to a standard rubric. 12. Develop a research document intended to persuade an audience to support a position or issue. LEARNING OUTCOMES 1. Describe how creative thinking and critical thinking are applied to daily situations. 2. Evaluate the critical elements of a source document. 3. Critically analyze and summarize complex documents. 4. Participate in a collaborative writing process. 5. Use the ITT Tech Virtual Library to locate issue and/or problem-solution documents. 6. Synthesize information from multiple source documents. 7. Use primary and secondary research sources to support analysis.
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