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NIAGARA COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY Academic and General Studies Course Information Sheet Course Number: ENGL1133 Academic Year: 2005-2006 Course Name: College English Academic Term: 2005F Prerequisite Number/Name: None Equivalency Number: ENGL1104 Corequisite Number/Name: None Equivalency Name: Communications I Corequisite Name: None Program: Art and Design Fundamentals – Graphic Design Production Broadcasting – Radio, Television and Film Business – Accounting Business – International Business Business – Sales and Marketing Business Administration Business Administration – International Business Business Administration – Professional Golf Management Child and Youth Worker Computer Engineering Technician/Technology Computer Programmer/Analyst Construction Engineering Technology – Architecture Correctional Worker Early Childhood Education Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technician Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology Educational Assistant - Special Needs Support Environmental Technician – Field and Laboratory Fitness Assessment and Health Promotion General Arts and Science Greenhouse Technician Horticultural Technician Hotel and Restaurant Management Landscape Technician Law Clerk Mechanical Engineering Technician/Technology Motive Power Operations - Automotive Part-time Studies Pharmacy Technician Photonics Engineering Technician Photonics Engineering Technology Pre-Health Sciences – One Year Recreation and Leisure Services Social Service Worker Tourism Marketing and Operations Winery and Viticulture Technician Prepared by: English Department Committee Co-ordinator: N. Bisson Approved by: Credits: 3 Barry Sharpe, Dean Promotion and Graduation Requirements: A minimum grade of 50% is required to proceed from a pre-requisite course to the next course. A minimum grade of 50% in all courses and a weighted average of 60% are required for promotion to the next level or year of the program and for graduation. (Please refer to the Niagara College practices on Grading and the Transcript and Graduation and Promotion Requirements.) Course Description: This course develops the student's ability to compose clear, accurate and effective expository prose. Emphasis is placed on the composition process: initial concept; research, analysis and synthesis of information; preparation of various drafts; proofreading and production of the final product. It stresses the importance of adapting communication to the needs of the intended audience, selecting the appropriate organization, and incorporating good English usage.
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Course Number: ENGL1133 2 Academic Year: 2005-2006 Textbooks and Materials Required: Note: Do not purchase your textbooks until you have attended your first English class. Your professor will instruct you to purchase the appropriate text from the following list : Kerrigan, Donna, and Gary Webb. From Thought to Finish . Scarborough: Nelson Thomson Learning, 2003.
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