ENC 1102

Course Student Learning Outcomes

  • Learn and apply effective strategies that advance your critical reading, drafting, reviewing, collaborating, giving helpful peer feedback, revising, rewriting, rereading, and editing skills.
  • Summarize research sources through effective annotation, note-taking, quotation, citation, and paraphrase.
  • Compose several academic genres and adhere to their academic conventions, including structure, citation, and linguistic features.
  • Identify and develop organizational strategies that contribute to the effective delivery of information and argument.
  • Demonstrate responsiveness within an establish disciplinary context to new information, experiences, and ideas through a process of re-evaluating ideas and/or approaches.
  • Analyze rhetorical effectiveness from a variety of print and non-print sources.
  • Evaluate relevant sources according to their contexts, rhetorical situation, usefulness, and credibility for specific research tasks.
  • Synthesize disparate or conflicting thoughts when evaluating questions/problems to form cohesive and collaborative solutions.

Assignment Weights

Attendance and Participation: 10%

Classwork and Homework: 15%

Project 1: 20%

Project 2: 25%

Project 3: 30%

Syllabus

ENC 1102 Fall 2018 Syllabus