First-Year Composition 2.0

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First-Year Composition 2.0

First-Year Composition 2.0 will help you to develop a better process and gain confidence in written, visual, and oral communication and to create and critique college-level documents and presentations.

Details: https://www.coursera.org/course/gtcomp
Language: English
Starts : 2013-05-27

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Corresponds to an introductory, two-semester course in English Composition. Measures the ability to persuade a reader; to understa…

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