Search

Back


English

ENG 101


Register Now Online

Credit Hours

(3-0) 3 Cr. Hrs.

Section Start Dates


Section NoStart Date
017701January 12, 2015
017786January 12, 2015
111303January 12, 2015
111304January 12, 2015
111305January 12, 2015
111306January 12, 2015
111308February 2, 2015
111309January 12, 2015
111310February 2, 2015
111311January 12, 2015
111313January 12, 2015
111314January 12, 2015
111315January 12, 2015
111316January 12, 2015
111318January 12, 2015
111322January 12, 2015
111323January 12, 2015
111324January 12, 2015
111325January 12, 2015
111326January 12, 2015
111346January 12, 2015
111349February 2, 2015
111362January 12, 2015
111363January 12, 2015
111364January 12, 2015
112302January 12, 2015
112365January 12, 2015
112371January 12, 2015
112396February 2, 2015
112721March 16, 2015
112737March 16, 2015
112738March 16, 2015
112743March 16, 2015
112747February 2, 2015
112945January 12, 2015
112955January 12, 2015
112967January 12, 2015
112991January 12, 2015
118607January 12, 2015
118627January 12, 2015
141341October 21, 2014
142372October 21, 2014
142455October 21, 2014
142477October 21, 2014
216129January 12, 2015
216130January 12, 2015
216132January 12, 2015
216135January 12, 2015
216180January 12, 2015
216185January 12, 2015

View Course Schedule

English Composition 1


Course Description

This course teaches students to prepare and write a number of clear, well-developed essays using exposition and other rhetorical modes. This process assists students to build writing strategies and methodologies for college and professional writing.

Prerequisites

(A requirement that must be completed before taking this course.)

  • Satisfactory high school English background or
  • ENG 55 with a minimum grade of 2.0.

Course Competencies

Upon successful completion of the course, the student should be able to:

  • Analyze types of writing, audiences, and purposes.
  • Apply prewriting strategies such as brainstorming, idea mapping, and outlining to plan writing tasks.
  • Employ techniques, such as observing, recording, summarizing, analyzing, classifying, interpreting, comparing, defining, arguing, and/or instructing for effective college-level writing.
  • Examine student and professional writing for rhetorical elements, strengths, and weaknesses.
  • Write unified essays whose central ideas are expressed by clear thesis statements and topic sentences.
  • Provide support for thesis statements and topic sentences through the use of relevant details, examples, reasons, facts, data, and quotations.
  • Demonstrate appropriate writing competencies in advancing, addressing, and expressing ideas within academic disciplines.
  • Evaluate writing through revising, editing, and proofreading effectively to achieve coherence and avoid grammatical errors.
  • Apply rules of standard grammar and usage to writing.
Scroll
to Top
Content