2014 Summer Term
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A continuation of English 680-101. Study of plays, poems and essays. Composition of substantial papers and a library research paper.
CHICAN@ LITERATURE TO 1980 (DV)(GH)
Identifies and interprets Chican@ literature in a social and historical context with emphasis on texts written befor 1980. All Spanish language texts are provided in translation.
CREATIVE WRITING (GH)
Study, discussion and writing of description, narration, verse and the short story.
A course in advanced exposition and argumentation. Conventional grade basis only if course is required in the College of Business for major.
TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC WRITING
Practice in expository, descriptive, and report writing, with special application to technical and scientific subject matter.
CURRENT THEORIES OF COMPOSITION FOR TEACHERS
A course in theories and methods of teaching composition, including practice in the evaluating of student writing. Recommended for Juniors and Seniors only.
Variable credit course offering with a defined topic. Repeatable with a change of topic.
APPLIED STUDY: INTERNSHIP IN WRITING
Offered on a satisfactory/no credit basis only. Internships, as available, in business or government for suitably prepared students wishing to make careers as writers. Repeatable for a maximum of six credits in degree.
Variable topics. Group activity. Not offered regularly in the curriculum but offered on topics selected on the basis of timeliness, need, and interest, and generally in the format of regularly scheduled Catalog offerings. Repeatable only with change of topic.
INTEGRATED ACADEMIC ENGLISH SKILLS 2
In English 061, students develop academic English skills in the four language skills areas: listening, speaking, reading, and writing, with an emphasis on academic reading and writing. Students also develop improved control of grammatical structures. Students must pass this course with a C- or better to advance IEP. Prereq: Based on placement criteria, and/or successful completion of previous level of instruction.
ACADEMIC VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT
In English 063, students use a variety of learning strategies to improve academic vocabulary. Special attention is given to identifying morphological features that pose challenges to speakers of languages that do not use Latinate roots and affixes. Prereq: Based on placement criteria, and/or successful completion of previous level of instruction.
CULTURE AND ACADEMIC CONVERSATIONS
Students use a comparative approach in the study of U.S. culture. Discussion and written work introduce students to language and concepts within the academic contests of the social sciences and cultural studies. Students must pass this course with a C- or better to advance in the IEP program. Prereq: Based on placement criteria, and/or successful completion of previous level of instruction.
English 079 is a special topics course at the advanced intermediate level. Topics are developed based on IEP needs and student interest. Students must pass this course with a C- or better to advance in the IEP. Prereq: Based on placement criteria, and/or successful completion of previous level of instruction.