Prerequisites: DSP 211 & 212
Credits: 11 - 12

In this course students are exposed to and practice a variety of writing styles as recognized writers share expertise on narrative and thematic writing, fiction, feature articles, and editing. Daily writing assignments, discussion groups, and critique are woven throughout the program as the following topics are covered: becoming a professional writer, communicating to a defined target audience, writing a scene, using anecdotes and flashbacks, structuring an article or short story, interviewing effectively, and writing for free-lance markets. Although many of the communication principles taught are universal, this course emphasizes the conventions of writing in the English language.

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CMC 213 University of Nations - YWAM Kona 12 09 Apr 2025 28 Jun 2025

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