A Writer's Perspective: How Writers Read, Reflect, Create, and Write - and Why

School of Undergraduate Studies BIS 1500 3.00

Satisfies expository writing requirement. This course introduces students to writing practice by allowing them to use critical reflection as a way to help them think and read as writers. They pay special attention to the important elements of writing (such as voice, perspective, structure, and theme, and the awareness that writers have of these elements in their work). Students use what they learn to create finished work of their own. Texts include novels, short fiction, poetry, film, and/or essays. BIS student

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