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ENGLISHCODE:ENG-101TITLE:College Composition IDIVISION:Liberal ArtsCOURSEDESCRIPTION:This course develops skills in expository writing. It emphasizesthe writing process, organization, methods of development, and diction. It requires aresearch essay using the MLA documentation format.PREREQUISITE:Successful completion of ENG 075 or assessment and completion of allrequired Developmental Reading or concurrent enrollment in REA 095CREDITS:3cr.REQUIREDMATERIALS(CHECKBOOKSTORE FORLATESTEDITION):Click on this link for the list of materials for this class.COURSELEARNINGOUTCOMES:1. Express thoughts logically, clearly and coherently in a variety of essays;2. Demonstrate mastery of the stages of the writing process;3. Critically revise and edit their own compositions;4. Identify mechanical, grammatical and spelling errors;5. Critically evaluate and respond to selected essays;6. Compose an argumentative research essay using MLA format.
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GENERALEDUCATIONOUTCOMES 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 ofthought, and mastery of an approved style of sourcedocumentation.Society and Human Behavior:Social Science*Students will demonstrate a general knowledge ofpolitical, social and economic concepts and systemsand their effects on society.Technological Competency orInformation Literacy:Technology*Students will demonstrate competency in officeproductivity tools appropriate to continuing theireducation.*Students will use critical thinking skills forcomputer-based access, analysis, and presentation ofinformation.*Students will exhibit competency in library onlinedatabase tools appropriate to accessing information inreference publications, periodicals and bibliographies.

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English, The MLA Style Manual, student support, related concepts
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