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"In CO300 Writing Arguments, students develop their argumentative skill in multiple contexts—academic, public, personal—by analyzing and creating a variety of texts. Students learn key concepts in rhetoric, including: audience, the rhetorical situation, Toulmin-based analysis, Rogerian argument, visual/aural argumentation and others. Special emphasis on writing processes, accessing and evaluating sources, peer critiquing, and revising. Students gain writing experience that they can apply to their roles as scholars, citizens, consumers and aspiring professionals."