Sylabus Essay

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Course Syllabus Fall Semester 2014 School of Liberal Arts Course Name: Composition II Course Number: ENG 112 Section Number: 064 Credits: 3 Contact Hours: 3 Credits: 3 Contact Hours: 3 Instructor’s Name: Dr. Joy Ellen Parker Office Hours & Location: MW 12:30-1:30; 3:30-5:30/TR 3:30-5:30 in FH 1026 Campus Phone: 567.661.7680 Campus E-mail: joy_parker@owens.edu Additional Contact Information: Reminder: You must email me using your Owens email, or I will not be able to respond to you. Catalog Description: A directed writing course, which continues the process of learning to read and critically engage various texts. Students write papers that summarize, critique, and synthesize sources, leading to researched and…show more content…
Collaboration Throughout the second writing course, students should build upon these foundational outcomes from the first course: • Work with others to improve their own and others’ texts • Balance the advantages of relying on others with taking responsibility for their own work 5. Knowledge of Conventions Throughout the second writing course, students should build upon these foundational outcomes from the first course: • Employ appropriate conventions for structure, paragraphing, mechanics, and format • Acknowledge the work of others when appropriate • Use a standard documentation format as needed • Control syntax, grammar, punctuation, and spelling In addition, by the end of the second course, students should be able to • Employ appropriate textual conventions for incorporating ideas from sources, e.g., introducing and incorporating quotations; quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing 6. Composing in Electronic Environments Throughout the second writing course, students should build upon these foundational outcomes from the first course: Developments in digital technology are expanding our understanding of “writing.” To the extent that technology is available and appropriate, by the end of their first

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