Modeled on "Molding Your Prose", this course involves developing a sequence of arguments from the same topics by varying their structure to correspond to a range of pre-defined forms, from simple thesis statements and simple paragraphs, through the five-paragraph essay, the Thomistic scholastic model, and the Roman rhetorical outline applied by Cicero and his contemporaries.
Instructor: Bruce McMenomy
Starts: June 17, 2015
Ends: August 12, 2015
Wednesday 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM ET
None, though this course naturally builds on "Molding Your Prose". The course may be re-taken with profit.
Some familiarity with writing about expository matters is useful, but not required.
No materials are required for this course.
The course has been offered to enthusiastic classes for almost a decade.
Textbooks and MaterialsThere are no textbook or materials currently required for this course. Check instructor's notes above for additional information, or contact the instructor.
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Classes start August 31, 2020. Enroll by August 20 to attend orientation to avoid late enrollment fees.