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Engl 101 / Winter 2012Page 1 of 4English Composition I(Engl 101)Credit Hours:3Semester:Fall 2014Class Times:Eng 101 Sec 01:Mon Wed Fri 8:00 am to 9:00 am.Sec 02: Mon Wed Fri 11.00am to 12.00amSec 03: Tu Th 10.00am to 11.30amSec 04: Tu Th 12.00 noon to 1.30pmInstructor:Mary Varghese[E-mail:[email protected]]Office:ADP Staff Room #12Consultation Times:Thurs 9:00 am to 10:00 am(excluding class times)Other times, bypriorappointmentsPRE-REQUISITE:EPTCOURSE DESCRIPTIONEnglish Composition 1 is a writing workshop. This course involves writing, editing,revising and critical reading. Students will be introduced to the principles of essay writingas well as some rhetorical modes. At the end of the course, students should be able to writeacademic essays of about 800 words on various contemporary issues.COURSE OBJECTIVES1. To know the basic principles of essay writing and use them effectively2. To be able to infer, synthesize and evaluate information from readings3. To prepare for research writing (English 102).STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES1. Use appropriate essay format in essay writing.2. Apply the steps in essay writing to compose a short essay.3. Identify question and purpose of essay.4. Prepare outlines of essays to show logical development of points.5. Read critically to extract relevant points of support from identified texts.6. Acknowledge sources referred to through the use of MLA documentation.
Engl 101 / Winter 2012Page 2 of 47. Write a minimum of 2 short essays of 750 words each as well as 2 reflective essays and 2 impromptuessays of 500 words each.TAYLORS GRADUATE CAPABILITIES1.0Discipline-specific knowledgeAble to put theories into practiceUnderstand ethical issues in the context of the field of studyUnderstand professional practice within the field of study2.0Lifelong LearningLearn independentlyLocate, extract, synthesize and utilize information effectivelyBe intellectually engaged3.0Thinking and Problem Solving SkillsThink critically and creativelyDefine and analyze problems to arrive at effective solutions4.0Communication SkillsCommunicate appropriately in various settings and modes5.0Interpersonal SkillsUnderstand team dynamics and mobilize the power of teamsUnderstand and assume leadership6.0Intrapersonal SkillsManage oneself and be self-reliantReflect on one’s actions and learningEmbody Taylor’s core values7.0

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