Pfefferle, William ENG 1101-302

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ENGLISH 1101: College Writing Dr. W.T. Pfefferle              Section 302 505-353-2205 TTh 7:30-8:45 am [email protected]                     WSI - 215 Office Hours:  TTh 9:00-10:15 AM (WSI-201 - #9) Course Credit Hours:  3 COURSE DESCRIPTION:   English 1101 is a course in essay writing based on readings.  Assignments  include critical reading, summary, and essay writing.  English 1101 is an expository writing course with  readings designed to provide topics for discussion and writing and to improve students’ accurate use of  language.  The course emphasizes learning how to organize and support ideas clearly and completely in  written form.  Students review English grammar, usage, and punctuation. LEARNING OUTCOMES:   Students will  write clear, grammatically correct sentences concentrating especially on producing sentences  with few boundary errors such as fragments and run-ons; students’ writing will avoid mixed  constructions, including parallelism errors, faulty predications, shifts, and mixed sentences; and  students’ writing will avoid subject-verb and pronoun agreement errors. organize and develop ideas in writing summarize, paraphrase, quote from, and analyze written sources incorporate ideas and language from source materials into academic essays. PREREQUISITES:   Credit in English 100, or Accuplacer Sentence Skills score between 85 and 109, or  ACT score between 16 and 22;  credit in Reading 100 or Accuplacer Reading Score of 80 or above.    COURSE REQUIREMENTS:   Students will write five essays including the final exam. One essay will  require integrating ideas and quotations from multiple sources and using formal documentation. Students  will also write a diagnostic essay, write several reading journal entries, be expected to work on grammar  and prewriting exercises, and group projects, and attend workshops and conferences as assigned. TEXTBOOKS:
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2010 for the course ENG 1101 taught by Professor Shearer during the Fall '08 term at Central New Mexico Community College.

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