ENG 271: Creative Writing II
Students apply their knowledge of how writers discover ideas through writing and revising original poetry, fiction, drama or non-fiction. They become more adept at using a literary vocabulary both in class discussions and in their writing. Students will recognize the elements of good writing, such as concrete and sensory details, and utilize these elements in their own writing. They will be able to provide an in-depth analysis, such as explanations and interpretations, of writing samples. Students may choose to focus on a specific genre or continue their exploration of all genres.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; ENG 270 minimum grade "C"
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