EN 1110 - Composition I
This is the first course in the English Composition sequence and serves as an introduction to college-level reading, writing, discussion, and critical thinking. Students engage in a variety of academic texts and literature, as well as literary, aesthetic, and social criticism. By exploring a variety of writing styles, analyzing elements of form and mechanics, and engaging all aspects of the writing process, students find and demonstrate their writing voice to write with greater authority, clarity, and insight. Upon successful completion of this course, students will develop their writing and critical thinking skills through critical reading, class discussion, and their own writing.
Notes: (Formerly CCT 1020)
Required textbook from this course also used in EN1111.
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Understand strategies relevant to each of the stages of the writing process: generating material, shaping a first draft, revising, and editing the final draft.
- Identify, describe and correct grammatical errors.
- Understand writing as a process involving multiple drafts and thorough revision.
- Understand the uses of tone and style in both personal and academic genres.
EN 1110 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
ON CAMPUS: Arlington Reader, 4th Edition - ISBN: 9781457640452
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