Jan 27, 2022
ENG 211H - Advanced CompositionCredits: 3
Continues to practice forms of academic writing such as the summary, report based upon research, and the analytical essay. Emphasizes writing process and examines the origins and purpose of academic discourse. Approaches may include workshop, conferencing, publication and word processing at the discretion of the instructor.
Prerequisite(s): READING LEVEL 4, WRITING LEVEL 4 and a minimum grade of "C" in a college level composition II course or permission of Honors Office
Lecture Hours: 45 Lab Hours: 0
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Outcomes and Objectives
- Produce at least one research paper.
- Locate information.
- Select appropriate source material.
- Integrate and synthesize student's opinion and source material
- Document sources in a conventional style.
- Produce at least one critical paper on several short stories, a novel, or movie
- Demonstrate knowledge of various elements of textual or visual techniques to develop a particular interpretation.
- Produce at least one critical paper on a non-fiction text or documentary film.
- Analyze a range of prose styles.
- Identify such elements as symbol, point of view, tone, and metaphor.
- Identify certain characteristics that make up “personal” “formal,” and “scientific” styles.
- Revise and edit research and critical papers.
- Identify where revisions are needed by considering relevance, focus, effective sequencing and logical development.
- Implement techniques for adding, deleting, combining, and substituting words, sentences and paragraphs.
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