Professor Bonnie Markowski
Rhetoric & Composition
First Year Writing
A.A., Penn State, Wilkes-Barre
B.A., University of Maryland
M.A., The University of Scranton
Professor Markowski joined the Department of English and Theatre in 2007. Prior to joining the University of Scranton faculty, she earned her A.A. from Penn State, Wilkes-Barre, her B.A. from the University of Maryland and her M.A. from the University of Scranton. Prof. Markowski is a Teaching Specialist in the Writing Program.
Professor Bonnie Markowski currently teaches the following courses:
WRTG 105 College Writing Iplus or minus
3 cr. (Placement into 105 required)
The first of a two-course sequence that fulfills the EP Level I: Foundational First-Year Writing, this course combines the study of the elements of style and grammar with instruction in structuring and supporting argumentative essays. Students develop techniques for making effective contributions to intellectual discussions, academically and in other cultural settings.
WRTG 106 FYW College Writing IIplus or minus
3 cr. (Prerequisite: WRTG 105)
The second of a two-course sequence that fulfills EP Level I: Foundational First-Year Writing, this course concentrates on investigating problems, creating arguments, and providing evidence in academic essays. Students develop techniques for making effective contributions to intellectual discussions, academically and in other cultural settings.
WRTG 107 FYW Compositionplus or minus
Students develop techniques for making effective contributions in writing to intellectual discussions, academically and in other cultural settings. Students are tasked with forming the strong foundation in critical reading, thinking, writing, researching, and reflecting necessary for expressing ideas in a variety of rhetorical situations.
WRTG 140 Digital Writingplus or minus
3 cr. (FYOC, FYDT)
Students will enhance their rhetorical awareness as they compose in a variety of genres and media (visual, audio, and digital) beyond basic print text. Drawing on Rhetoric and Composition theories, multimedia writing highlights the process of "act composing" and increases the modalities students use to communicate effectively with different audiences.
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