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b.Learn to critique one’s own work and the work of others. 3.Develop Critical and Creative Thinking a.Identify context. b.Present a position. c.Establish a conclusion indicated by the context that expresses a personal interpretation. 4.Use Sources and Evidence a.Select appropriate evidence. b.Consider the relevance of evidence. 5.Develop Application of Composing Conventions a.Apply genre conventions, including structure, paragraphing, tone, mechanics, syntax, and style. b.Use appropriate vocabulary, format, and documentation Competencies and Student Learning Outcomes for [GT-C01]GT-CO1 COMPETENCY & STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Competency: Written Communication:Students should be able to: 1.Employ Rhetorical Knowledge a.Exhibit a thorough understanding of audience, purpose, genre, and context that is responsive to the situation. 2.Develop Content a.Create and develop ideas within the context of the situation and the assigned task(s).
3.Apply Genre and Disciplinary Conventions a.Apply formal and informal conventions of writing, including organization, content, presentation, formatting, and stylistic choices, in particular forms and/or fields. 4.Use Sources and Evidence a.Critically read, evaluate, apply, and synthesize evidence and/or sources in support of a claim. b.Follow an appropriate documentation system. 5.Control Syntax and Mechanics a.Demonstrate proficiency with conventions, including spellings, grammar, mechanics, and word choice appropriate to the writing task. Online Learning Expectations FRCC is committed to helping you succeed in your online courses. Please read the following section for a better understanding of expectations specific to online courses. If you have questions or concerns about course content and activities, contact your instructor right away. If you have questions or concerns related to support services or the student code of conduct, contact your Pathways Advisor or a member of the Online Learning team at 970-204-8250 or 303-404-5513. You can also email us ([email protected]). Required Introduction to Online Learning All students who are taking their first online course at FRCC are required to complete the “Introduction to Online Learning.” You will learn strategies for succeeding in online courses at FRCC, including how to use the online learning management system (D2L). Look for the “Introduction to Online Learning” under the “My Courses” heading on the home page when you login to D2L (). Interacting in Online Courses Online classes provide opportunities for you to interact with your instructor and peers in a variety of online formats. Despite what is often modeled in public forums and social networks, civility and etiquette are important aspects in creating deep and meaningful learning. Personal attacks, monopolization, and bullying can stop valuable discussion and are harmful to academic discourse. For this reason, it is important that interaction in an online class is civil, respectful, and focused on the topic presented. If you notice behavior that violates this conduct, be sure to contact your instructor.

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Term
Fall
Professor
Ms. Heath
Tags
E learning, Virtual learning environment, Learning management system

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