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This website has links to a dozen lessons that I created for a freshman composition class. Material covered includes:Understanding the Rhetorical Situation (Lesson #1)Entering Academic Conversations (Lesson #2)Developing and Revising Your Essay (Lesson #4)Making Connections for Your Reader to Follow (Lesson #5)Five Types of Claims and Style: Unity, the Lead and the Ending (Lesson #6)Arguments in College: the Goal is Inquiry (Lesson #7)Finding Support for Your Arguments (Lesson #8)Critical... More
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Date Added to MERLOT: May 24, 2012
Date Modified in MERLOT: June 09, 2014
Submitter: Doc McGrail

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Avatar for Carol Helton
3 years ago

Carol Helton (Faculty)

This site contains ideas for writing assignments for freshman composition classes.  The assignments are laid out in detail and could be useful to those teaching freshman comp or AP English classes.