Course Outcomes

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Course Outcomes by Mind Map: Course Outcomes

1. 2. Identify and use rhetorical forms best suited to purpose and thesis, including

1.1. Rhetorical patterns of organization such as problem/solution, cause and effect, and exemplification

1.2. Principles for ordering ideas such as old before new information

1.3. Paragraph development patterns (inductive versus deductive organization)

1.4. Effective introductions and conclusions

2. 1. Identify and use a process approach to writing by learning to

2.1. generate ideas through free-writing, mind mapping, pair and small group discussion

2.2. draft and revise independently, with special emphasis on the ability to

2.2.1. revise ideas for depth, clarity, and organization using ARMS (Add, Remove, Move, Substitute) and other principles for organizing ideas such as mind mapping or outlining

2.2.2. revise writing within and between paragraphs to improve coherence · by recognizing and employing accurate sentence structure · by striving for more accurate and effective word choice

2.2.3. Revise the appearance of your draft by correcting formatting and mechanics

2.3. give and receive feedback in peer evaluation exercises

3. 4. Relate general writing skills to discipline-specific writing requirements

4. 3. Develop self- and audience awareness by learning to use writing as a tool for

4.1. Discovering and exploring what matters

4.2. Aligning feelings, interests, and

4.3. Cultivating personal voice to skillfully express ideas in a manner that meets the expectations of an academic audience

4.4. Aligning feelings, interests, and values with academic pursuits

5. 5. Apply the process approach to the writing of a short research paper

5.1. Integrate source material into your writing

5.2. Use critical reading and thinking to evaluate source material for accuracy, relevance, reliability, and credibility

5.3. Use a variety of attribution techniques

5.4. Use different types of evidence

5.5. Use proper formatting for the style being used (APA or MLA)

6. 6. Learn to recognize and avoid plagiarism