English 101 Syllabus
Course Description: Expository and argumentative essays and the research paper. Special interest sections described in schedule of classes. Students may be referred to the Learning Center.
Textbook Information: Ways of Reading, 9th ed.; MLA Handbook, 8th ed.
Additional Course Information: Revisable assignments are in bold in the syllabus.
Student Learning Objectives:
- Students will be able to read critically for literal and implied meaning, identify main ideas, organizational strategies and authors’ writing strategies as well as summarize, paraphrase, and analyze written works.
- Students will use the writing process to write, in proper MLA format, academic essays, including a documented research paper, using appropriately chosen details, organizational strategies, more complex sentence variety, and sufficiently correct grammar, punctuation, effective word choice, and style.
- Students will evaluate and ethically use primary and secondary sources to avoid plagiarism and will use the library’s resources, including online databases, to locate appropriate academic source material.
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