Courses, 2003

Writing I English 105-053
In everyday life, we write not only to communicate, but also to learn. These principles will be fundamental to everything we do in this class. Much of our time will be spent writing: either in “freewriting” or in responding to what we have read. We will also discuss your writing, so that you can learn to discern what your readers may expect from you. Through regular short assignments and a few longer essays, I hope that you will become more comfortable—and more fluent—writers and that you will be prepared to face the rigors of the university.
Loyola University Chicago, Fall

This page contains the courses that I taught in 2003