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Course SyllabusCM107 COLLEGE COMPOSITION ICOURSE INFORMATIONCourse Title:COLLEGE COMPOSITION ICredit Hours:5Prerequisites:NoneCOURSE DESCRIPTIONBuilding on your existing writing strengths will help develop a foundation for a successfuleducation and career. You will learn strategies to express yourself with confidence andcommunicate your ideas effectively in personal, academic, and professional situations.LEARNING OUTCOMESBy the end of this course, you should be able to:CM107-1:Apply reading skills to determine the elements of effective writing.CM107-2:Use language appropriate to audience and situation in a personal document.CM107-3:Apply strategies to write effective academic documents.CM107-4:Demonstrate when, how, and why to support your writing with appropriateresearch.CM107-5:Apply strategies to write effective professional documents.GEL-1.02:Demonstrate college-level communication through the composition of originalmaterials in Standard English.PC-1.1:Engage in a team setting with professional integrity and respect.COURSE MATERIALSFor courses with Digital Books, click on the module titled Digital Book in the Table ofContents. For more information on how to access your book, select the VitalSourceBookshelf Video Tutorial Site from within the Digital Book area.
2For Undergraduate courses — if your course has a physical book that you have notreceived, please contact your Education Adviser if you have not done so previously.TEXTBOOK INFORMATIONTitle:No TextEdition:Author:Publisher:Book ISBN:Ebook ISBN:SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTSThe following software requirements are required in this course beyond the ones listed in thecatalog:No additional technology requirements beyond those in the Purdue Global Catalog.GRADING CRITERIA/COURSE EVALUATIONGradebookUnit 1Unit 2Unit 3Unit 4Unit 5Unit 6Unit 7Unit 8Unit 9Unit 10TotalDiscussion40404040404040404020380Assignments5060100120100430Seminar10101010101010101090Quiz555555555550Journal101010101050Total6510565115651556517516525 1000PURDUE UNIVERSITY GLOBAL GRADING SCALEGradePointsPercentGrade PointA930-100093-100%4.0
3A-900-92990-92%3.7B+870-89987-89%3.3B830-86983-86%3.0B-800-82980-82%2.7C+770-79977-79%2.3C730-76973-76%2.0C-700-72970-72%1.7D+670-69967-69%1.3D600-66960-66%1.0F0-5990-59%0.0INSTRUCTOR’S GRADING CRITERIA/TIMETABLEAll course assignments submitted on time will be graded within 5 days of their due date (theSunday of the following unit). Late work will be graded within 5 days of the submission date.Discussion Board grades will be updated each week no later than Sunday of the week followingthe unit’s completion.POLICIESStudents who wish to review current policies (academic appeals, attendance/tardiness,plagiarism, etc.) should refer to the currentPurdue University Global Catalog.

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