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Italian With Michel Thomas: The Language Teacher To Corporate America And Hollywood (Deluxe Language


ENGL 570: Program for Writers: Poetry WorkshopCRN: 33612Days/Time: M 2:00-4:450Instructor: Daniel BorzutzkyThis class welcomes graduate student poets, and writers of other genres as well. Writers with different aesthetic styles are also welcomed. Our workshops will be generative in nature and our workshopping format will focus less on editorial critiques and more on questions of process, poetics, aesthetics, language, voice, and helping each writer develop individualized approaches to writing about what is most important to them. Students will be encouraged to write from research, to create documentary projects, to employ unconventional formal constraints, to use found text, to write across genres, to write in response to visual art, to translate or write in multiple languages, to write for performance, to incorporate video and sound, among other approaches. We will read a broad range of poems by canonical and contemporary authors with the aim of figuring out how we can apply what we learn about this writing to our own poetry. We will look for ways of finding excitement, wonder, pain, joy, beauty, force, and intensity in the writing we make. And we will hold on tightly to the idea that poetry should be exciting, ambitious, and transformative. In collaboration with the newly formed Initiative for Latinx Literature and the Americas, we will have the opportunity to meet with, both virtually and in person, contemporary writers who might help us think even further about how to develop vibrant, electrifying poems.




Italian With Michel Thomas: The Language Teacher to Corporate America and Hollywood (Deluxe Language



ENGL 160: Academic Writing I: Writing in Academic and Public ContextsCRN: 46865Days/Time: TR 2:00-3:15Instructor: Ling HeENGL160 aims to reinforce writing in academic and public contexts through rhetorical awareness of audiences, purposes, and the use of language. The course is structured around four major writing projects through which you develop effective writing strategies for social media, an academic summary, a reading response, argumentation, a rhetorical analysis, and reflection. These writing skills help ensure your success in writing for your university coursework. Reading scholarly articles is integrated into discussions of each genre for topical knowledge and as writing modeling. ENGL160 features student-centered learning, offering frequent opportunities to write with ongoing instructor feedback on multiple drafts and teacher-student interactions in decisions.


ENGL 160: Academic Writing I: Writing in Academic and Public ContextsCRN: 45820Days/Time: TR 3:30-4:45Instructor: Ling HeENGL160 aims to reinforce writing in academic and public contexts through rhetorical awareness of audiences, purposes, and the use of language. The course is structured around four major writing projects through which you develop effective writing strategies for social media, an academic summary, a reading response, argumentation, a rhetorical analysis, and reflection. These writing skills help ensure your success in writing for your university coursework. Reading scholarly articles is integrated into discussions of each genre for topical knowledge and as writing modeling. ENGL160 features student-centered learning, offering frequent opportunities to write with ongoing instructor feedback on multiple drafts and teacher-student interactions in decisions.


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