Jun 05, 2023
ENGL& 237 - Creative Writing II Credits: 5
Develops skills in using techniques for writing poetry (metaphor and simile, use of diction, irony, imagery, sound, and structure) and develops skills in using techniques for writing fiction (generating ideas; controlling viewpoint; and exploring development of theme, tone, symbols, and style).
Enrollment Requirement: ENGL& 236 .
Satisfies Requirement: Humanities/Fine Arts/English
Course Fee: $2.00
Students who successfully complete this class will be able to:
- Create original written work in a range of styles by refining and elaborating on skills developed in an introductory creative writing course.
- Apply strategies, literary concepts, and critical theories drawn from a range of established writers in composing and revising original works.
- Generate and respond to peer feedback in a collaborative and recursive writing process.
- Survey and compare outlets for publishing in alignment with your author identity and readership, such as literary journals, small/micro presses, chapbooks, digital media, and/or self-publishing.
- Differentiate between the various processes and roles within the publishing profession, including author representation, developmental editing, copyediting, distribution, and promotion.
- Become familiar with literary websites, awards, readings, workshops, and publication opportunities, and submit manuscripts for publication or performance.
Produce effective written communication, which demonstrates critical thinking; writing and research processes; and knowledge of genres for workplace, expository, or research writing.
- Written Communication - Written Communication encompasses all the abilities necessary for effective expression of thoughts, feelings, and ideas in written form.
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