Creating and Producing
Upon completing Writing 5, you should demonstrate the ability to:
Craft a strong, supportable claim to guide your paper, and represent that claim in a short statement (often called a thesis).
Support your claim with an evidence-based argument, choosing the best evidence, organizational structure, and rhetorical strategies for that argument.
Express complex ideas with clear, concise language, paying attention to voice and audience.
Participate in an academic conversation with both peers and scholars by engaging with, responding to, incorporating and appropriately attributing the ideas of others.