English Adolescence Inclusive Generalist Education Major

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Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the program,

Creative Writing Track students will be able to:

  1. Analyze the relationship between literary form and meaning, taking into consideration literary techniques and devices.
  2. Construct arguments about literary works using historical contexts.
  3. Apply basic elements of creative writing craft, including such elements as control of form and figurative language.
  4. Identify reputable and relevant sources, and incorporate the words and ideas of others without misrepresentation and with appropriate documentation practices.
  5. Write in conformity with standard usage and grammar.

Literature Track students will be able to:

  1. Analyze the relationship between literary form and meaning, taking into consideration literary techniques and devices.
  2. Construct arguments about literary works using historical contexts.
  3. Argue with a command of the rhetorical strategies, terms, and major interpretive methods characteristic of academic writing in the Humanities.
  4. Identify reputable and relevant sources, and incorporate the words and ideas of others without misrepresentation and with appropriate documentation practices.
  5. Write in conformity with standard usage and grammar.
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