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Syllabus COMPOSITION 1 Fall 08 - UNDERGRADUATE COOPERATION...

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UNDERGRADUATE COOPERATION PROGRAM FALL SEMESTER 2008 Subject code: ENGL 1301 Instructor: Toâ Minh Thanh, Ph.D. Subject name: Composition 1 E-mail: [email protected] Office hours: Thursday afternoons from 14:30 to 17:25 Cell phone: 090 8688 903 SYLLABUS AIMS AND OBJECTIVES This course is designed to give participants a sound grasp of the mechanics of academic writing and to enable them to write for academic purposes. Participants will become familiar with the precise use of language, the logical organization and effective communication of ideas. By the end of the course, participants will be able to: To understand expository and persuasive discourse ; To express thought through drafting, composing, revising and editing a number of common types of essays, especially expository and persuasive essays ; To integrate technology into the writing process . ESSENTIAL COMPETENCIES Participants are supposed to Read and interpret all the assigned chapters in response to writing assignments of various kinds in and out of class, including an in-class group oral presentation; Use the computer for composing, reviewing, and revising essays . REQUIREMENTS AND GRADING Participants are required to complete the following writing tasks, all being accumulatively submitted for their final score: Do four writing assignments ( 20%
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