eng100 | undergraduate
Critical Reading And Composition
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Getting Organized and Creating a Thesis
- Create a proper thesis statement to be used in an essay.
- Develop main ideas, implied main ideas, and supporting details to be used in an essay.
- Conduct research to use as supporting documentation for your chosen essay topic.
The Writing Process and Selecting a Topic
- Identify a broad topic, narrowed idea, and research question.
- Explain the reason for selecting a specific topic for an essay.
Combining Your Ideas and Research
- Develop effective body paragraphs that include supportive topic sentences and relevant details.
- Demonstrate the use of appropriate grammar and writing mechanics.
Putting It All Together
- Demonstrate inventing, drafting, revising, and editing strategies for a written work.
- Develop effective introduction and conclusion paragraphs.
- Demonstrate the use of correct spelling.
Revising and Composing a Final Essay
- Construct a properly organized academic essay.
- Demonstrate the use of appropriate academic English, grammar, word usage, mechanics, punctuation, and the required APA guidelines within a written work.
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