Being One with Your Horse Men and women have had a long historical relationship with horses.
Composing in-class paragraphs gives students practice with the writing process and engages students with the WRIT course material. Building Basic Writing Skills. Building Basic Writing Skills introduces students to critical reading practices by focusing on textual analysis of non-fiction works and to writing for academic purposes by focusing on the development of the paragraph.
The course also provides, in the context of writing, a review and reinforcement of principles of English grammar and punctuation associated with successful college-level writing. The goal of this course is to develop confidence and the ability to write clear and effective paragraphs and to read college-level texts.
Developmental Writing introduces students to critical reading practices within thematic non-fiction, fosters students' critical thinking based on textual analysis, and encourages questioning and exploration.
Composing paragraphs and short essays provides a review and reinforcement of principles of English grammar and punctuation associated with successful college-level writing.
Ability to write clear sentences is assumed. Admission to the Hilleman Scholars Program. Assists new college students' transition from high-school to college writing situations by focused inquiry into the concepts of writing ecology, multimodality, process, and revision.
This course reviews the basic elements of grammar and language arts skills in business writing.
Emphasis is placed on writing business letters, memos, emails, and reports for a variety of business applications as well as giving oral presentations. Letters of application and resumes are also covered.
Studies writing as a practice, process, and tool of inquiry in various academic domains. Bridges general study of writing in WRIT and later discipline-specific study of writing.
Emphasizes how to conduct inquiry through writing, and how to learn to write in new situations.
Intro to Writing Studies. Overviews the Writing Option and the field of Writing Studies, its areas and methods of inquiry, and questions and issues of interest to writers an writing researchers and theorists from historical, cultural, social and psychological perspectives.
Focuses on kinds of writing done in technical or business environments: Prepares students for technical writing in a range of disciplines and with attention to the social implications of technology. None required but some may be determined necessary by the department.
Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one-time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number. Consent of instructor and approval of department head. Directed research and study on an individual basis.
WRIT or equivalent. Advanced writing study and practice, with attention to topics like research writing and style. Digital Rhetorics and Multimodal Writing. Junior standing or consent of instructor.
Covers topics concerned with rhetoric and writing in digital environments. Students will study theories, principles, and techniques of writing in blended modes and alternative usually electronic genres, e. Science Writing for Popular Non-Fiction.
Study of science journalism and nonfiction that reports scientific research to non-specialist audiences. Students will study research, reporting, and narrative writing techniques and consider ethical challenges and industry practices in professional science writing. News and Pub Relations Writing.
Familiarizes students with the professional news and public relations writing environment. In writing breaking and feature news stories and press releases, students will master processes by which written information is disseminated to the public, both through news media and government and corporate public information operations.
One WRIT course level or above Magazine Editing and Production creates a studio-driven experience for students to walk through editorial considerations, design, and production of themed periodical publications such as magazines, journals, and websites.
Public Rhetorics and Writing. WRIT or equivalent, and by enrollment in the Writing option Study of ways citizens compose and use writing and rhetoric for civic ends.
Students will study theories, principles, and practices of public discourse, including publics, counterpublics, and community; public dissent; and visual rhetorics pertaining to public memory and social movements.
Intended for students who already have considerable skill and experience in expository writing.The Certified Horsemanship Association is a membership organization, operating internationally, whose purpose is to advance excellence in horsemanship safety and education for the entire horse industry.
Course Description. This course examines the history and issues of federal- and state-level crime control initiatives and explores the development of effective anticrime policies. Horsemanship in general terms is the art, ability, skill, or manner of a horseman both on and off the horse.
Horsemanship starts with your attitude and trust toward the horse; I believe these are the two most important aspects of horsemanship.
Kevin Dinh 11/12/13 Period: 4 Too much Compassion puts oneself in danger In To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee tells the story of a little girl, scout, growing up in . Syllabus information is only available for a single course. Enter a specific course number or select a specific course ID from the drop down list, to view syllabus information.
Stephen DiCicco WR Prof. C. Agatucci (Out-of-Class) Essay #1 23 October There's Always Sunshine. Perri Klass says in her essay, "Ambition," that "one of the worst things ambition can do is tell you you're a failure" ().