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Posting Reference #: 1837
|Course Name/Section:||Fundamentals of Clear WritingSUM - 1A||Course Number:||ENGL 1103|
|Faculty / Department:||Dept. of English||Campus:||Fredericton|
|Start Date:||May 01, 2014||End Date:||Jun 23, 2014|
|Application Deadline:||Jan 29, 2014||Posting Date:||Jan 14, 2014|
|Applications to be submitted via:||Email Address:||email@example.com|
|Requested By:||Dr. J. Andrews, Chair||Term:||Summer|
|Number of Positions Available:||1||Total Credit Hours:||3|
|Mode of Delivery:||Face to Face||Location:||On Campus|
Emphasizes the elements of clear writing--stresses sentence structure, mechanics, and paragraphing. A service course meant to review the elements of clear, effective expression.
Developed and modified for First Nations students.
A study of the basic principles of clear prose writing, focusing on essay structure and organization, paragraph structure, sentence structure, grammar, punctuation, and word choice, as well as revising and proofreading. Students will submit numerous written assignments.
A graduate degree in English, preferably the PhD. Experience in working with First Nations students.
Registration for this particular section of ENGL 1103 is restricted to First Nations students only.
Preference in competition will be to persons holding Right of First Refusal in the course first.
Other applicants can still apply and will be considered at the end of posting if no persons with Rights of First Refusal apply.