Sep 18, 2020
EH 106 - English Composition I
EH 106 is the first of two sequential composition courses required for all students who have not completed an equivalent college-level course. The focus of EH 106 is on the fundamentals of grammar, usage, and mechanics, and the application of those concepts to written communication. Students are introduced to effective writing strategies and compose a variety of paragraphs in preparation for the culminating writing experience, the short essay.
Prerequisites & Notes
NOTE: EH106 will not satisfy Humanities requirements.
Assignments: 5 Units
Interactivity: Discussion Board
Final Assessment: None
Course Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to do the following:
- Review the principles of basic grammar, usage, and mechanics.
- Apply these principles of basic grammar, usage, and mechanics as a basis for effective written communication.
- Compose short essays for varying audiences and purposes written in clear, focused, well-organized, grammatically correct, and mechanically sound prose.
- Apply APA formatting and documentation standards to compositions.
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