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EGL 102 - Lewis Lazarus - Fall 2019: Getting Started

EGL 101 - Composition I

Course Description: Course introduces strategies for planning, writing, and revising expository essays based on experience and reading. Content includes purpose, context, genre, and the rhetorical situation as elements in the writing process, as well as critical reading and analysis as the basis for essay writing. 

Your Course Instructor: Lewis Lazarus

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Assignment

backpackThis guide is designed to help students in Lewis Lazarus's EGL 102 class discover and retrieve information about topics related to the following research paper prompts:

  • Our Planet
  • Our Bodies/Nutrition
  • Our Social Atmosphere 
  • Use the tabs above to locate background information, articles, and books.

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