Argumentation

WRITING 312

This advanced composition course examines the strategies of argumentation, exploring such elements of argument as the enthymeme, the three appeals, claim types, and fallacies. Students will learn to evaluate a wide range of arguments (including their own), considering the rhetorical strategies that make for effective argumentative performance in a given situation. The course will involve regular practice in both written and oral argument. Prerequisites: Writing 1 and junior standing. This course does not count toward the Creative Writing Concentration.
Course Attributes: EN H; BU Hum; AS HUM; AS WI I; FA HUM; AR HUM

Section 01

Argumentation
INSTRUCTOR: Thomas
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Section 02

Argumentation
INSTRUCTOR: Iler
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Section 03

Argumentation
INSTRUCTOR: O'Bryan
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Section 04

Argumentation
INSTRUCTOR: O'Bryan
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Section 05

Argumentation
INSTRUCTOR: Windle
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Section 06

Argumentation
INSTRUCTOR: Finneran
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Section 07

Argumentation
INSTRUCTOR: [TBA]
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