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Lord Fairfax Community CollegeENG 112-0W2VCollege Composition IISPRING 2020Professor Cindy Bruchman928-202-9843Email:[email protected](preferred)Office Hours: Wednesday, 4-6p.m. by phoneONLINE: 24-7. Allow 24 hours turnaround.Course DescriptionCollege Composition II continues instruction and practice in writing persuasion and argumentation,adding the elements of analysis and literary criticism through the study of short story, poetry, essay, anddrama. Content includes a research project to teach students to find and evaluate a variety of sources,compile and organize notes, and write and revise a research paper. Instruction provides the student withthe necessary critical vocabulary and speaking and writing experiences that serve as a foundation forhigher-level English courses. ENG 112 is a prerequisite for any literature course. Online 3 hours perweek.General Course Purpose CollegeComposition II introduces the student to analysis of literature and literary criticism through the study ofshort story, poetry, essay, and drama. Content includes a research project to teach students to find andevaluate a variety of sources, compile and organize notes, and write and revise a research paper.Instruction provides the student with the necessary critical vocabulary and speaking and writingexperiences that serve as a foundation for higher-level English courses. Prerequisite Students must havesuccessfully passed ENG 111, or its equivalent, be able to use word processing software, and have areliable internet connection and computer access. (A grade of C or better in ENG 111 is recommended).This is NOT a course in basic grammar. It is expected that you come into this course able to writecomplete sentences using correct grammar and mechanics. Persistent deficiencies in basic grammarand/or mechanics will have a major impact on your final course grade.Writing CenterFREE TUTORING at the Writing Center()through ACE (Academic Centerfor Excellence), which provides free English and writing tutoring services to all LFCC students, includingone-on-one assistance as well as group tutoring and open labs.The Center is located in Room 318(between the library and The Lodge).The online component include interactive exercises, a self-assessment quiz, practice games, and more.Additionally, students may send their papers to tutors via email for feedback.Your draft is reviewed andreturned within 2 business days.Send your draft, the assignment instructions, and a completed requestform (found on the website) to [email protected]Take advantage of the free tutoring!
Required Texts and MaterialsMeyer, Michael.Literature to Go. 4th edition. Bedford/St. Martin’s. ISBN: 9781319037260Recommended textHacker, Diana.Rules for Writers,7th ed. Bedford/St. Martin’s. ISBN: 9781319083519Since this is an online course, you are expected to check your VCCS student email account and thecourse’s Canvas site () at least two times per week. VCCS email and Canvas will be

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Term
Fall
Professor
Tracey Kaminer
Tags
Literature, Writing, Literary Theory, E mail, Lord Fairfax Community College

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