ENG111 & ENG112 english COMPOSITION 1 & 2
ENG111 ENGLISH COMPOSITION 1
As an introduction to university writing, this course will take students through the necessary elements of writing for academic purposes. This includes the writing process, factual and analytical writing, organizing various essay types, developing a thesis, evaluating information, providing supporting evidence, and citing and referencing outside sources. Students will write something for or in every class. Students are also expected to take notes on assigned readings. These notes will be used in in-class discussions and they will be graded.
This course is offered every semester for degree students in the Faculty of Liberal Arts. It is required in the first semester of full time study, or after successful completion or placing out of ENG001.
ENG112 ENGLISH COMPOSITION 2
This course will allow students to further develop their writing skills and advance them into more complex structures for academic purposes. Perspectives on the way genre and rhetoric unify individual and community activity will be applied in order to better understand English use through meaning and to build appropriate language structures. Students will choose a research topic to explore throughout the semester in various writing assignments (including a blog) culminating in a final research project that includes research that students will conduct themselves.
This course is offered every semester for degree students in the Faculty of Liberal Arts. It is required in the second semester of full time study, after successful completion or placing out of ENG111.
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