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Writing and Grammar 5Fall 2021 ESOL 51-80Class Schedule:Asynchronous Online August 23- December 17This course isinteractive and has weekly deadlines for assignments, but you are not required to beonline at specific times.Course Description:This is an advanced language course for multilingual studentswhose native language is not English.This course focuses on helping you understandand use aspects of grammar, style and organization that cause unique problems fornon-native English speakers. You will learn a variety of writing skills necessary tosucceed in entry-level college writing courses. This course must be taken Pass/NoCredit.Instructor:Linda GreenE-mail:[email protected]Office Hours:Myoffice hours via zoom are Mondays 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.and Thursdays 9:45-11:45a.m.oZoom link: This works for bothphone and video conferences.Please note that this link only works duringoffice hours.oYou can also call(312) 626-6799 and enter Meeting ID # 821 271 8516during office hours.oWatch:Video on How to Connect to ZoomI am also available for a phone or video conference by appointment.Office:T5065Phone:(612) 659-6039Learning Outcomes:1. Organize, write, and revise 3-4-page typed essays using different genres (i.e.narrative, analytical, argumentative)2. Demonstrate sufficient mastery of advanced English grammar and mechanics3. Employ standard technical tools of academic writing4. Begin mastery of MLA citation methods5. Identify personal writing weaknesses; develop improvement plan6. Recognize the connections between audience, purpose and context
REQURED COURSE MATERIALSUNDERSTANDING+USING ENGLISH GRAMMAR ACCESS CODEAuthor:AZAREdition:5TH 17Published Date:2017ISBN:9780134275420Publisher:PEARSONNote that all textbook ordering takes place online. Textbooks are available for delivery orfor pickup on campus in the College Store (T.1800). To order your textbooks and othercourse supplies, visit theMinneapolis College Store. (Or go to minneapolis.edu andscroll down to the bottom of the page to find “Bookstore” in the “Quick Links” area.)Also, seeHow to order course materials.TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS:You will need to have basic typing and wordprocessing skills. You will also need high-speed access to the Internet via a supportedWeb browser (Chrome or Firefox) on a laptop or desktop computer running eitherMicrosoft Windows 10 or Apple OS 10.INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICESTechnology support is available to all Minneapolis College students. Online questions,service requests or incidents can be reported anytime attechnology.minneapolis.edu.You may also contact technology support by phone: 612-659-6600. Note: If you reachvoicemail, please leave your name, contact information, StarID and a brief description ofwhat you are calling about.

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