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Welcome David Latimer's English Composition I class.

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Websites The Web has a lot of useful information if you know how to discern dependable sources from the undependable! Government sources and professional organizations can be good starting points.


Class Guide

This guide is prepared for David Latimer's English 1301 Class, Spring 2023. 

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