Aug 05, 2020  
2020-2021 Academic Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Academic Catalog
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CW 2110 - Creative Writing Multi-Genre


Credits: 3

This sophomore-level course examines a wide variety of texts in three genres: poetry, the short story, and creative nonfiction. After analyzing the structure and language of published works, students will apply their analysis to their own writing. Class format will include discussion of published material, writing exercises, and writing workshops. Upon successful completion of this course students will analyze structure, style, and content of literary works; understand how structure and style work together in the service of content, obtain a strong understanding of basic literary terms, provide constructive criticism and apply received critique efficiently in their own work, and work creatively in an environment that involves deadlines, critiques, and collaborative decision-making.

Prerequisites: EN 1111 - Composition II  

Course Learning Outcomes:
  • Understand structure, style, and content of literary works.
  • Understand how structure and style work together in the service of content.
  • Understand basic literary terms.
  • Provide constructive criticism and apply received critique efficiently in their own work.
  • Work creatively in an environment that involves deadlines, critiques, and collaborative decision-making.

CW 2110 Course Learning Outcome Rubric  



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