More Approaches to the Op-Ed [Kathleen Alcala]
This class will take place via video-conferencing (Zoom), Pacific Time.
Intermediate/Advanced | In this class, a follow-up to Writing the Op Ed, we will delve into the persuasive essay. We will analyze this form, discuss the merits of your ideas, and hone what you have already drafted. For this class, we may work with drafts of earlier work or start fresh. Students have the option of sharing up to five pages of work prior to the class for discussion and critique. Recommended text: Take a Stand! Art Against Hate from Raven Chronicles Press, 2020.
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