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ENGLISHCODE:ENG 102TITLE:College Composition IIDIVISION:Liberal ArtsCOURSEDESCRIPTION:This course further develops skills in expository writing. Itemphasizes close reading, textual analysis, and appropriate research methods anddocumentation.PREREQUISITE:ENG 101 and completion of all required Developmental ReadingCREDITS:3 cr.REQUIREDMATERIALS(CHECKBOOKSTORE FORLATESTEDITION):Click on the bookstore for the supplies which you are attending each class.Rcbc.edu/bookstoreCOURSELEARNINGOUTCOMES:Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:Use the writing process and conventions of academic writing to composeanalytical and argumentative essaysEmploy the writing process in the completion of an individual research projectLocate, evaluate, appropriately integrate, and document source material into theirwriting using a recognized citation styleEmploy active reading strategies to interpret and evaluate complicated textsGENERALEDUCATIONOUTCOMES INTHISCOURSE:Written and OralCommunication: Communication* Students will logically and persuasively support theirpoints of view or findings.* Students will communicate meaningfully with achosen audience while demonstrating critical thought.* Students will conduct investigative research whichdemonstrates academic integrity, originality, depth of
thought, and mastery of an approved style of sourcedocumentation.Technological Competency orInformation Literacy:Technology* Students will use critical thinking skills for computer-based access, analysis, and presentation of information.* Students will exhibit competency in library onlinedatabase tools appropriate to accessing information inreference publications, periodicals and bibliographies.* Students will demonstrate the skills required to find,evaluate, and apply information to solve a problem.Humanistic Perspective:Humanities: Literature* Students will recognize and assess the contributionsof people from various nations and/or cultures.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Dr.AmandaCaleb
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