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Creative Writing Projects: Writing for Children and Adolescents

Creative Writing Projects: Writing for Children and Adolescents
Individual major creative writing projects: novel, novella, play, poetry collection, short stories, or essays.
ENGL
419R
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesENGL 317R; or ENGL 318R; or ENGL 319R
 TaughtFall Contact Department, Winter Contact Department
Course Outcomes: 

Reading Literary Models Analytically

Read creative writing models analytically and synthetically, with an eye to authorial intention and technique as well as be able to articulate the same.

knowledge

Students will demonstrate an understanding of writing for children and adolescence.

Production

Produce both the print and the on-line versions on schedule.

Production

Produce both the print and the on-line versions on schedule.

Production

Produce both the print and the on-line versions on schedule.

Production

Produce both the print and the on-line versions on schedule.

Production

Produce both the print and the on-line versions on schedule.

Reading Critical Theory Models Analytically

Read critical theory models analytically and synthetically and apply critical theories to literary texts.

Community

Develop camaraderie with the other staff members.

Community

Develop camaraderie with the other staff members.

Community

Develop camaraderie with the other staff members.

Community

Develop camaraderie with the other staff members.

Community

Develop camaraderie with the other staff members.

Successful Writing using Literary and Critical Theory Models

Write creative and critical texts using literary and critical models and following explicit instructions from the teacher.

Revising, Editing, and Sharing

Revise intelligently, edit carefully, and share one's work with others in the class.