AENG100Z%20Syllabus%20and%20Lesson%20Plan

AENG100Z%20Syllabus%20and%20Lesson%20Plan - Fall 2010 AENG...

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Fall 2010 AENG 100Z-0010 – Introduction to Analytical Writing Mr. Hozefa Haveliwala Office: HU370 Tel.# 518-729-3439 Office Hours: By Appointment Class Meeting Times: Mon, Wed, & Fri, 8:15am-9:10am Class Meeting Location: Humanities Building, Room 112 Email: harveyhavel@hotmail.com Required Texts : The Blackboard System All Lectures for the course will be posted on Blackboard after the lecture is given in class. Course Description: Introduction to Analytical Writing is a critical writing course designed to help the student learn the basics of composition through the writing of college essays . Students will have ample opportunities to write as different aspects of the writing process are reviewed and worked on throughout the semester. Particular attention will be given to acquiring writing techniques that will enable the student to communicate successfully in the papers that are assigned. This course also satisfies The University's General Education Requirement for Written Discourse . Students must satisfactorily complete with grades of C or higher or S a lower division Writing Intensive course, which is expected to be completed within the freshman or sophomore year, and a Writing Intensive course at or above the 300 level, normally completed within the student's major. These courses use writing as an important tool in the discipline studied and are not designed primarily to teach the technical aspects of writing. The emphasis is on using writing
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