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ERH102: Writing and Rhetoric II

This guide is maintained for the Spring 2020 ERH102 courses at VMI.

Welcome

Welcome to the ERH102 Research Guide! 

Use the tabs on the left to navigate to your course's LibGuide for assignment detailshelpful tips, and useful resources for completing your research.

 

ERH102 engages cadets in reading, thinking, and writing about contemporary civic issues from a rhetorical perspective. Cadets learn to write persuasive essays for public audiences in which they ethically incorporate research from appropriate secondary sources, as well as to critically reflect on their writing processes.

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