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WRT 102 - English Composition II [SUN# ENG 1102]

3 Credits, 3 Contact Hours
3 lecture periods 0 lab periods

Continuation of WRT 101 . Includes critically reading, analyzing,
and discussing college texts; writing analytical and critical
college essays; and developing college-level academic research
skills. Also includes writing a research essay.

Prerequisite(s): With a C or better: WRT 101 , or WRT 101S   or WRT 101SE  
Gen-Ed: Meets AGEC - ENGL; Meets CTE - OTHER.




Course Learning Outcomes
  1. Respond to and analyze a variety of texts with regard to context and form.
  2. Practice writing processes including prewriting, drafting, revising, peer reviewing, editing, and proofreading to produce college-level essays.
  3. Locate and evaluate a variety of primary and secondary research materials and write an academic research essay using the techniques of quotation, paraphrase, summary, and documentation
  4. Compose texts using appropriate technology to develop academic literacy

Outline:
  1. Respond to and analyze a variety of texts with regard to context and form
    1. Explore contexts
      1. Biographical
      2. Social
      3. Political
      4. Economic
      5. Cultural
    2. Examine the conventions of various forms of writing
  2. Practice writing processes including prewriting, drafting, revising, peer reviewing, editing, and proofreading to produce college-level essays.
    1. Engage in multiple strategies and stages of writing
    2. Reflect on writing progress and process
    3. Use feedback to address higher-order and lower-order concerns in writing
    4. Engage in recursive processes to strengthen writing outcomes
  3. Locate and evaluate a variety of primary and secondary research materials and write an academic research essay using the techniques of quotation, paraphrase, summary, and documentation
    1. Locate resources using academic databases, library research, and other in-depth, cresible sources to support claims
    2. Compose college-level academic essays and a final academic research paper of 7-10 pages using MLA citation format
    3. Produce polished academic texts of at least 3500 words with a minimum total semester output of 7000 words
  4. Compose texts using appropriate technology to develop academic literacy
    1. Identify, evaluate, and utilize credible academic digital sources
    2. Use technology strategically with a clear purpose to enhance writing for the audience
    3. Adapt writing for changing electronic environments


Effective Term:
Spring 2021



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