COURSE OUTLINE Course Code ENG11042A14 Course Title College English 2 Credit Hours 3 Room 29 Semester/Year August-December 2014 Prerequisites ATLIB, Developmental English 1 and/or 2, College English 1 General/Prof course General Education course Instructors Name Mr. Jaime Sanchez Contact Number 824 2102(school) E-mail Address email@example.com Office Hours Tues.Thurs. 500PM -600PM and by appointment Required Textbook(s) A good college level dictionary
Supplementary Material Reinking, J.A. von der Osten, R. (2005) Strategies for Successful Writing, A Rhetoric,
Research Guide, Reader and Handbook (7th ed.). New Jersey Pearson Prentice Hall. Suggested Supplemental Materials (if applicable) internet articles, newspaper clippings Course Description ENG1104 builds on the development of communicative awareness and abilities in the argumentative, expository and research writing process using a variety of literary forms as the subjects for discussion and writing. Continued practiced in listening, speaking, viewing, reading and writing will seek to enhance students mastery of Standard English as well as advance their understanding that they are participants in responsible discourse with others and hence have a moral and ethical responsibility in that discourse. Students completing this course should be able to write expository and argumentative essays of about 800 words demonstrating effective communication, knowledge of literary conventions, and the conventions of standard written English and manuscript presentation. Course Rationale This level of college writing encourages students to continue to apply comprehension skills as well as critical analysis and critical evaluation to a wide range of oral and written material. It also further develops and enhances their ability to express themselves in speech and writing, with precision, accuracy, clarity and fluency. Course Goals Through constant practice of communication skills in a variety of contexts, students will develop The ability to use appropriate organizing and formatting strategies in producing specific types of oral and written communication. The ability to understand and respond appropriately to written, oral and visual communication from a variety of sources. The ability to speak and write English with precision, accuracy, clarity, and fluency. The ability to evaluate communication according to set criteria intention, audience awareness, coherence, mechanics and depth. Course Learning Outcomes Students will Know how to read, write and comprehend the written and spoken word using appropriate academic vocabulary. Understand that all communication has a purpose. Understand the basic conventions of writing. Know at least one style of referencing. Communicate effectively by listening, reflecting and responding appropriately and in context. Understand, analyze, and evaluate spoken and written forms of communication. Make formal written and oral presentations employing correct diction, syntax, usage, grammar and mechanics. Summarize, paraphrase and reference sources in order to avoid plagiarism. Develop appropriate rhetorical patterns using the recursive process of writing. Value the recursive process of communication. Course objectives At the end of ENG1104 students should be able to Effectively analyze and address a range of audiences. Demonstrate knowledge of basic literary terms and conventions. Write informative and argumentative essays. Effectively locate, evaluate and incorporate several sources of information using library resources and electronic media. Demonstrate advance conceptual skills and knowledge of researched essay conventions and documentation (APA). Provide constructive feedback to other students writing and arguments in a workshop setting Identify the characteristic features and organizational strategies of different types of exposition and argumentation. Skills Formulate and support thesis and claims effectively with pertinent and...
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