The Writing Across Technology curriculum includes five major learning objectives that students will develop throughout the course. In essence, these objectives are the things students should be able to do by the end of the course, and will affect the way students engage with composition broadly and over the course of not only their college coursework, but also their non-academic lives. The Learning Objectives are each built on the course moves. You can find out more about these course moves by navigating through each course move's tab.
First-Year Writing courses fulfill and assess each course move's major Learning Objectives, with additional recommended objectives for developing more specified evaluative criteria, in-class activities, and/or scaffolding activities.