ESL 100

 
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOME CURRENT
1.Compose thoughtful, well-organized, grammatically-correct, multi-paragraph essays, using properly documented outside sources and personal experiences
2.Distinguish and analyze basic elements of fiction and non-fiction found in introductory college readings.
Course Objectives
 
READING:
Read college-level texts and primary source reading materials.
Identify the example, comparison/contrast, cause-effect, process, and argumentation rhetorical modes
Utilize learned reading skills in the analysis of texts
Ideas
Paraphrase, conclude, and synthesize in the analysis of texts.
Analyze and clearly articulate his/her own opinion on the text
 
 
DISCUSSION
Employ academic discussion techniques such as Interrupting, Clarifying, Repeating, Asking for Clarification, Disagreeing, and Summarizing in response to academic prompts.
 
WRITING:
Write multi-paragraph essays in a variety of rhetorical structure with clear unity, coherence, and structure.
Write in accurate academic English with minimal grammatical mistakes.
Use advanced grammatical structures with a high level of accuracy.
 
 
 

 

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