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Composition II - English 1102

What can I hope to learn in English 1102?

Upon completion of English 1102, you will be able to

  • write from sources.
  • organize written information in a unified, coherent style, free from egregious surface errors.
  • analyze and produce written, oral, visual, and electronic modes of communication.
  • edit papers for style, grammar, and punctuation.
  • understand texts and genres across the curriculum.
  • understand different kinds of evidence that disciplines use to make their arguments.
  • apply theoretical concepts to evaluate or interpret phenomena.
  • practice the ethics of language use.
  • know that your voice counts.

How is English 1102 different from English 1101?

English 1102 extends and reinforces the objectives in English 1101 but focuses on writing from sources.

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