ENG1200 Written Communication
Educational Level: Lower undergraduate, Associate
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Phillip Grayson
Introduces the craft of creative writing. Using a variety of genres, students will examine various literary conventions, writing approaches and styles, and tools that are crucial to effective creative writing and editing. The focus is both fiction and poetry. Students will be encouraged to explore analyze the various styles and literary devices, while completing their creative texts. Students will share their creative writing with peers and share feedback.
How This Course Benefits Students:
The creative writing activities will flourish students insights to think creatively, which will strengthen self confidence and develop a new and deeper passion for writing. Taking a creative course is indeed a good career move. Many creative writers do get their texts published for a price.
Why This Course Is Important:
The content and activities in this course will encourage you to explore your creative ideas, feelings, and thoughts and put them into writing. Your message can possibility enlighten others.