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|Williams English Composition Syllabus|
|Title:||First-Year English Composition: World War I and the Culture of Persuasion|
World War I
|Abstract:||In this first-year writing course, students will develop a capacity for undertaking academic research and analysis through an original research project and presentation of the results of their work to an audience of your peers. Students will identify an area of interest within the course theme—analyzing the development and global implications of World War I visual propaganda—and will find materials to analyze, develop analytical research questions, explore secondary texts, and make claims that are connected to the evidence they have discovered.|
|Citation Info:||Williams, E. (2017). "First-Year English Composition: World War I and the Culture of Persuasion." Syllabus was submitted for the International Studies Research Lab, Champaign, IL.|
|Date Available in IDEALS:||2017-09-20|
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Results of the work done by community college educators as part of the Title VI Department of Education Grant.