The Lucas/Pyne Freshmen Composition Page


1102 Course Information and Projects


This page is designed to facilitate the teaching of Freshmen Composition at the University of South Florida by making course policies, syllabi, and specific assignments readily available to the student. This page also offers the instructors a chance to experiment with alternative modes of pedagogy in an attempt to alleviate environmental concerns and headaches that printed material has a penchant for causing. We welcome any constructive criticisms and suggestions concerning the instruction of English Composition and Literature or anything that augments one's love for the language . . . or at least decerases the Angst.

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Reference Locate texts electronically at Project Gutenburg, at Project Bartleby, at Wiretap, at the Oneline Book Initiative, at The Online Literature Library, and at the University of Maryland's Online Books Page.
Reference Consult Strunk and White's Elements of Style to fix those little errors before they cost you an "A." Craig Waddell offers guidance for beginning writers in his Basic Prose Style and Mechanics.
Reference The Reference Shelf contains other resources that a good writer occasionally needs. For a more thorough reference library, consult the Internet Public Library's Reference Center.
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This page created and maintained periodically by Gerald R. Lucas with assistance from Tara Starr Pyne; it was last modified on 3 April 1996. Best viewed by Netscape. Designed entirely on an Apple Macintosh PowerPC 7500/100.
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