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    Saint Joseph's College: Online Programs
   
 
  Sep 22, 2017
 
 
    
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EH 107 - English Composition II


EH 107 is the second of two sequential composition courses required for all students who have earned a C or above in EH 106 or its equivalent. The course is intended to expand and refine the student’s writing skills by focusing on the importance of the writing process itself, the relationship of reading to writing, and the fundamental skills required to communicate meaning to an audience through clear, credible, concise, and correct prose. Additionally, students will learn strategies and techniques for writing argument and using evidence to support one’s claims.  

Prerequisites & Notes
EH 106 or its equivalent. EH 107 will not satisfy Humanities requirements.

Assignment Overview
Assignments: 6 Units

Interactivity: Discussion Board

Final Assessement: None

Course Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to do the following:

  • Utilize the writing process to compose essays for different audiences and purposes.
  • Recognize that effective writing is clear, complete, concise, and correct.
  • Conduct library research, evaluate sources, integrate appropriate material into a composition, and document outside content appropriately.
  • Demonstrate the ability to comprehend, summarize, synthesize, analyze, and evaluate information.

 

Credits: 3




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