1302 fall 2011 syllabus

1302 fall 2011 syllabus - Collin County Community College...

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Collin County Community College District Composition/Rhetoric II ENGL 1302.S15 TR 8:30-9:45 a.m. I-214 ENGL 1302.S.16 TR 10-11:15 a.m. I-115 ENGL 1302.S25 TR 1-2:15 p.m. G-211 Instructor: Dr. Marta K. Moore e-mail: mmoore@collin.edu Office: H 231,SCC Office hours : W 10:15-12 p.m., W 1-3:15 p.m., TR 2:15-3:15 p.m. Phone: 972-881-5821 Your class contact _____________________________________________________ Phone _________________________ e-mail _________________________________ REQUIRED TEXT Pike, David L. & Ana M. Acosta, Literature: A World of Writing 1 st edition. OPTIONAL: Hult, Christine, and Thomas Huckin, The Brief New Century Handbook, 4 nd OPTIONAL: Book in Common: Clint Van Winkle, Soft Spots: A Marine’s Memoir of Combat and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder OTHER MATERIALS A good college-level dictionary. College-ruled paper for in-class writing. Folder to store lab activities Access to computer word processor and internet connection Blue book for final exam COURSE DESCRIPTION The continued development of writing skills acquired in English 1301 and development of critical thinking skills in argumentation, analysis, and interpretation of various types of literature. The course includes extensive reading and writing, MLA documentation, study of research methods and materials, and preparation of the documented research paper. PREREQUISITE ENGL 1301 College Repeat Policy: A student may repeat this course only once after receiving a grade, including W. 1
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Collin County Community College District COURSE COMPONENTS Overview of course Research orientation Tour of LRC Study of argumentation and analysis Research process MLA style documentation Critical reading, writing, and thinking Close reading of literary texts Studying various issues Summarizing and critiquing literature COURSE FORMAT Lectures, class discussion, small group discussions, computer-assisted instruction, library orientation, oral presentations, and personal conferences. Expected Student Learning Outcomes – Because English 1302 focuses on research skills, students successfully completing the course should also be able to demonstrate the following: A. Defend an informed position or argument within the context of a specific discipline with explanations and answers to relevant counterarguments. B. Comprehend writing as a series of additional research tasks that include finding, evaluating, analyzing, and synthesizing appropriate primary and secondary sources. C. Practice appropriate conventions of documenting their work with the MLA format. D. Continue to build upon the Student Learning Outcomes for English 1301 – 1. Students should be able to demonstrate rhetorical knowledge in the following ways: a. Read and interpret a prompt for a writing assignment. b.
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