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FND1002 - Critical Reading and Research 2
Critical Reading and Research 2 introduces key topics in the humanities as a way to facilitate critical debate and introduce a more extensive and formal engagement with academic argumentation and writing. Throughout the course, readings and assignments support the continued development of the reading, research, writing, and presentation skills introduced in Critical Reading and Research 1. Seminar-like discussions and an iterative process of writing, presentation, and peer review immerse students in the culture, aims, and conventions of academic writing. As they work towards a final research paper and oral presentation on a particular aspect of the topic at hand, students learn how to construct original and persuasive arguments while situating their own claims and methods within existing bodies of knowledge.

Prerequisites FND1001 / Lecture <min grade = D, min credit = 3.00>
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Academic

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