ESL 3202W: Academic Reading and Composition

5 CreditsOnline AvailableWriting Intensive

This course is designed for students who are enrolled in degree programs at the University of Minnesota. In this course students will build and refine advanced-level skills and strategies, including audience awareness and incorporating sources, for reading authentic college-level texts and writing multi-draft papers in English. Students will read essays and articles on a variety of topics from multiple sources. Students will improve their ability to identify main ideas and details, analyze and critique support, and respond with their own ideas in writing and discussion. Students will plan and develop multi-draft papers to practice applying persuasive and expository modes of writing to accomplish specific purposes as writers and also develop informal writing skills. Prerequisite: a first language other than English. prereq: non-native speaker of English.

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