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Office:Cypress Campus Rm 1103.10ENGL1302.110 DIL (36641)Phone: 512-223-2051Spring 2022e-mail: [email protected]Prof Christopher ArevaloENGLISH 1302is a continuation of English 1301 with intensive study of and practice in the strategiesand techniques for developing research-based expository and persuasive texts. The course will emphasizeeffective and ethical rhetorical inquiry, including primary and secondary research methods; criticalreading of verbal, visual, and multimedia texts; systematic evaluation, synthesis, and documentation ofinformation sources; and critical thinking about evidence and conclusions through structural analysis ofthe rhetoric of short stories and the seven elements of fiction.In addition to classes offered on campus, English Composition II is offered via Distance Learning.Distance Learning gives ACC students the opportunity to earn credit through non-traditional courses suchas online and hybrid classes. Course content and transferability are identical to classes offered on campus.PREREQUISITE:English 1301 or the equivalent is the prerequisite course for English 1302.If I cannot verify your eligibility for Comp II, you will be required to submit proof to me(please refer tothe course schedule for the specific dates).Required Texts/Materials:The Story and Its Writer.Ann Charters. 10th EditionAnalyzing Short Stories.Joe Lostracco and George Wilkerson. 10th Edition RevisedCourse Objectives/RationaleThe goals of Composition II are to promoteCritical thinking, reading, writing, and research within an intercultural contextClear, coherent, confident, and effective communicationCollaborative learningLiterary analysisRhetorical methods, research strategies, and conventions of documentationStudent Learning OutcomesUpon completion of English 1302, students willAnalyze and discuss parts of a short story and show the ways in which they relate to the story as awholeWrite objectively, concisely, and analytically about short stories in a style that clearlycommunicates meaning, builds credibility, and inspires belief or actionDiscuss central idea, character, conflict, setting, point of view, language, and toneRelate elements of fiction to the short story as a wholeDemonstrate knowledge of individual and collaborative research processesDevelop ideas and synthesize primary and secondary sources within focused academicarguments, including one or more research-based essaysAnalyze, interpret, and evaluate a variety of texts for the ethical and logical uses of evidenceApply the conventions of style manual appropriate to the English discipline (MLA)Course Learning OutcomesUpon completion of English 1302, students should be able toThink, read, research, and write criticallyEffectively use referential (interpretive/analytical) writingCritically analyze fictionAppreciate and understand how the elements of fiction work together

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