WRIT 5 Expository Writing
Founded upon the principle that thinking, reading, and writing are interdependent activities, WRIT 5 is a writing-intensive course that uses texts from various disciplines to afford students the opportunity to develop and hone their skills in expository argument. Instruction focuses on strategies for reading and analysis and on all stages of the writing process. Students actively participate in discussion of both the assigned readings and the writing produced in and by the class.
Note: Enrollment limited to 16. WRIT 5 (or its two-term equivalent WRIT 2 - WRIT 3 or HUM 1) is required for all first-year students. It never serves in partial satisfaction of the Distributive Requirement.
Individual section descriptions for WRIT 5 are posted prior to registration for a given term. Links to these descriptions can be found on the registrar's website at the bottom of this page: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~reg/registration/
Offered14F, 15W, 15F, 16W: 9L, 10, 10A, 11, 12, 2, 2A, 3B