|WR 115W - Introduction to College Writing: Workplace Emphasis|
A passing grade (C- or better) in WR 93 or 97 or a placement test.
This course introduces students to the expectations of workplace reading, writing, and project management. Students will be introduced to rhetorical concepts and engage in a collaborative writing process to produce projects with a variety of purposes and audiences across multiple genres. Projects may include job letters, memos, technical reports, and other documents and multimodal projects drawn from students' chosen fields. Students will produce 2000-2500 words of revised, final draft copy or appropriate multimodal analogs for this amount of text; at least one of the projects will incorporate source material and practice attribution conventions. This course fulfills writing requirements for some Lane programs. Note: This three-credit writing course will count as a prerequisite for WR 121 at Lane only. Students who plan to transfer should be aware that most other colleges and universities in Oregon will not accept WR 115W as a prerequisite for WR 121.
3.000 Credit hours
30.000 TO 36.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Arts & Humanities Division