HOW WRITERS READ
Prerequisites: College Composition II (COMP 01112)
This sophomore-level course introduces students to theoretical methods of reading complex and sophisticated texts. Students will study theories of reading and writing that concern structure, register, genre, intertextuality, and rhetorical concerns. The course presents these theories and correlative methods through readings, and students then practice applying these methods during class discussions and in writing using a series of self-selected texts as the objects of study.
3.00 Credit Hours
The official Rowan catalog entry for this course can be found here.