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Course OutlineSchool:AdvancementDepartment:English and ESLCourse Title:College Communications 2 (ESL)Course Code:COMM 171Course Hours/Credits:42Prerequisites:COMM 151, COMM 161, COMM 162,EN 161, ENGL 161Co-requisites:N/AEligible for Prior Learning,Assessment and Recognition:YesOriginated by:Geri Dasgupta,Jennifer Mei,PatrickMuldoon, and Nell WaldmanCreation Date:Winter 2014Revised by:Emilda ThavaratnamRevision Date:Summer 2014Current Semester:Summer 2021Approved by:Chairperson/DeanStudents are expected to review and understand all areas of the course outline.Retain this course outline for future transfer credit applications. A fee may be charged foradditional copies.This course outline is available in alternative formats upon request.
COMM 171CENTENNIAL COLLEGECollege Communications 2 (ESL)THIS COURSE ADHERES TO ALL COLLEGE POLICIES (See College Calendar)2Acknowledgement of Traditional LandsCentennial is proud to be a part of a rich history of education in this province and in this city. Weacknowledge that we are on the treaty lands and territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nationand pay tribute to their legacy and the legacy of all First Peoples of Canada, as we strengthen ties withthe communities we serve and build the future through learning and through our graduates. Today thetraditional meeting place of Toronto is still home to many Indigenous People from across Turtle Island andwe are grateful to have the opportunity to work in the communities that have grown in the treaty lands ofthe Mississaugas. We acknowledge that we are all treaty people and accept our responsibility to honor allour relations.Course DescriptionThis course focuses on the refinement of reading and writing skills to enable students to complete theiracademic and professional tasks in a Canadian context. The course emphasizes clear, correct writingbased on the process of composing, revising, and editing. It will include a review of sentence structure,grammar, diction, and punctuation. All essays written in the course will analyze assigned readings. Thestudent will recognize and use a variety of structural and stylistic techniques, analyze audience, purpose,and tone, and develop critical reading and thinking skills. This course is designed for second languagelearners and is taught by a T.E.S.L. (Teacher of English as a Second Language) trained professor.Program OutcomesN/ACourse Learning OutcomesThe student will reliably demonstrate the ability to:1. analyze assigned material to evaluate and demonstrate comprehension of each source's thesis,explicit or implicit, and its development within that source;2. write coherent and grammatically correct essays in response to readings, developing andsupporting a thesis appropriate to the intended audience and purpose;3. apply the knowledge of essay structure, mechanics of writing, and the function of introductory,supporting, and concluding paragraphs to his or her own essay writing;

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