Mar 30, 2023
ENG 113 - Composition I for International and Multilingual Students (3 units)
Writing the expository essay; development of fluency and emphasis on revision, development, coherence, style, and editing for improvement of target-language accuracy. For non-native English speakers. Satisfies the ENG 101 requirement for non-native English speakers.
Prerequisite(s): Pass composition section of Bridge Placement test.
Grading Basis: Graded
Units of Lecture: 3
Offered: Every Fall, Spring, and Summer
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. apply and explain the writing process: prewriting, composing, revising, responding, editing, attending to language and style, and writing with audience and purpose in mind.
2. engage in critical reading and interpretation of basic texts.
3. summarize, analyze, synthesize, evaluate, and apply what they read—both orally and in writing.
4. frame complex research questions or problems.
5. produce a coherent, well-supported argument that shows critical thinking about of student’s own and alternative viewpoints.
6. recognize, evaluate, and use a variety of information sources: expert people, publications of information agencies, popular and specialized periodicals, professional journals, books, and electronic resources.
7. conduct research that shows evidence of the ability to synthesize, use fairly, and credit the ideas of others using the appropriate citation style.
8. write coherently and observe the standards of academic English.
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