In English 101, students will improve their writing by learning about the integrated relationship between critical reading and writing skills. Students will explore how genres of communication shape the acts of reading and writing, and in the process, will learn how to become responsible and ethical readers, writers, and designers of various kinds of texts. Students gain exposure to a wide range of tools and skills available and necessary to 21st century readers and writers, including collaboration techniques, visual design principles, and how to effectively control surface features of their writing.
In English 102, students will put rhetorical principles into useful cultural practice via researching, designing, creating, and sharing multimodal composition projects that contribute to real academic or career purposes and audiences. Concpetual knowledge of genre, textual control, document design, writer responsibility, and collaboration will be applied as students research academic or career interests. Students will learn and apply both primary and secondary research skills, and will compose projects that successfully employ genre-appropriate reasoning, formats, and structures.
First Semester - Fall Period Class Location 1st Conference 37 2nd Blended Dual Credit ENGL 101 33 3rd Blended Dual Credit ENGL 101 33 4th Conference 37 5th Blended Dual Credit ENGL 101 33 6th Lunch 7th Blended Dual Credit ENGL 101 33 8th Blended Dual Credit ENGL 101 33Second Semester - Spring Period Class Location 1st Conference 37 2nd Blended Dual Credit ENGL 102 33 3rd Conference 37 4th English 4 33 5th Blended Dual Credit ENGL 102 33 6th Lunch 7th Blended Dual Credit ENGL 102 33 8th English 4 33