ENC1101 - Syllabus - NGCSU ENG 1101-B2 FALL 2011 DIEHL 1...

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SYLLABUS Table of Contents Faculty Contact Information Return to Table of Contents Course Description ENC 1101 will introduce you to disciplinary writing at the college level by providing you with instruction and practice in the skills of clear and effective writing. Research methods and library skills are introduced and documented papers are required. You will accomplish these goals by writing and revising several pieces of text, reading short essays and critically analyzing them, and evaluating your writing and thinking throughout the semester. The writing you produce in this class will teach forms of writing you will be expected to produce later in your college career as well as in your subsequent professional and public lives. A student must earn a grade of "C" or higher to meet the requirements of the Gordon rule. Special fee charged. Return to Table of Contents General Course Outcomes 1. The student shall be able to compose units of discourse and provide ideas and information suitable to the Course Name ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Course Number ENC 1101 Term and Reference Number Fall 2010 392701 and 392702 Meeting Days & Times Fully Online Faculty Contact Information Course Attendance Policy Course Description Course Schedule and Assignments ( Week 1 , Week 2 , Week 3 , Week 4 , Week 5 , Week 6 , Week 7 , Week 8 , Week 9 , Week 10 , Week 11 , Week 12 , Week 13 , Week 14 , Week 15 , Week 16 ) General Course Outcomes Grading and Exam Policy Course Prerequisites Communication Policy Course Requirements Getting Help Required Course Materials Other Policies and Procedures Methods of Instruction Course Facilitator Karen Sims Parker Office Location: Building 47 Office 322 (English Department 3 rd Floor) Office Phone: 954-201-2393 Department Phone: 954-201-2385 Department Fax: 954-201-2492 Email: [email protected] (All email communication should be through Blackboard. Use this only if you have an emergency and are unable to access Blackboard email.) Office Hours: Monday and Thursday 9:45 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. AND 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday 9:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. BC's Emergency Hotline Number: 954-201-4900 Page 1 of 16 BCC SyllabusTemplate 8/23/2010 https://elearning.broward.edu/webct/urw/lc1191468515011.tp1199457754061/RelativeRes. ..
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purpose and the audience. 2. The student shall be able to transmit ideas and information in effective written language by employing good diction, conventional sentence structure, and standard written American English grammar and usage. 3. The student shall be able to locate and evaluate primary and secondary sources and incorporate the relevant information into papers documented internally and bibliographically. 4.
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ENC1101 - Syllabus - NGCSU ENG 1101-B2 FALL 2011 DIEHL 1...

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