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English Composition II – ENGL 1102

Description

A composition course that develops writing skills beyond the level of proficiency required by English Composition I. English Composition II emphasizes interpretation and evaluation, and incorporates a variety of more advanced research methods.


ENGL 1102 - Summer 2024

Course Instructor
ENGL 1102 1AGBrittney Beth Baxter
bdrummon@westga.edu
ENGL 1102 1BGAshley Dycus
adycus@westga.edu
ENGL 1102 1CGMichelle James
michelle.james@ung.edu
ENGL 1102 1DGBilly Reynolds
billy.reynolds@ung.edu
ENGL 1102 1EGJoseph Milford
jmilford@highlands.edu
ENGL 1102 1FGCarmine Palumbo
cpalumbo@ega.edu
ENGL 1102 1GGDuane Theobald
dtheobal@westga.edu
ENGL 1102 1HGLaura Chambers
lmchambers@ega.edu
ENGL 1102 1IGHeather Bodiford Hartness
heather.hartness@ung.edu
ENGL 1102 1JGJesse Russell
jesse.russell@gsw.edu
ENGL 1102 1KGAndrew DiNicola
andrew.dinicola@sgsc.edu
ENGL 1102 1LGCarla Chwat
carla.chwat@ung.edu
ENGL 1102 1MGAsha Warren
asha.warren@fvsu.edu
ENGL 1102 1NGRobert Stiles
robert.stiles@ung.edu
ENGL 1102 1OGKristl Commander
kristl.commander@ung.edu
ENGL 1102 1PGTim Payne
tpayne@westga.edu
ENGL 1102 1QGAustin Riede
austin.riede@ung.edu
ENGL 1102 1RGRachael Price
rprice@abac.edu
ENGL 1102 1SGMary Lamb
marylamb@clayton.edu
ENGL 1102 1TGGina Denton
gdenton@ega.edu
ENGL 1102 1UGWhitney Porter
whitney.porter@ung.edu
3

Credit Hours


Prerequisites

  • See your home institution's prerequisite requirement.

Free Textbook

  • Open educational resources (OER)

Course Equivalency

After completing this course, you will be able to

  • Enhance your appreciation of various types of texts, both visual and written.
  • Reflect upon and respond to the ideas of others.
  • Refine your thinking, reading, and writing skills.
  • Use the writing process to understand different texts.
  • Increase your working vocabulary of literary terms.
  • Improve your research and documentation skills.
  • Improve your electronic communication skills.
  • Apply critical perspectives to various genres.
  • Demonstrate critical thinking skills in reading and writing assignments.
  • Write well-developed and logically organized essays.
  • Plan and conduct a research project using a variety of research sources.
  • Navigate and communicate effectively online.
  • Expand your awareness of these themes and explore the connections between these themes and your own experiences.
  • Critically evaluate resources and assess varied perspectives and viewpoints.
  • Unit 1: Introduction to Literary Analysis
  • Unit 2: Analyzing Poetry
  • Unit 3: Analyzing Short Stories
  • Unit 4: Analyzing Drama

Your final grade will be based on the following breakdown. Please note that each instructor may choose to make modifications.

  • Discussions - 20%
  • Unit 1 Literary Criticism Assignment - 10%
  • Unit 2 Thesis and Outline Assignment - 10%
  • Unit 3 Essay - 17%
  • Unit 4 Essay - 17%
  • End-of-Course Reflection - 8%
  • Major Project - 10%
  • Plagiarism Quiz and Discussion - 7%
  • Attendance Verification - 1%

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