Oct 22, 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. Students are introduced to effective writing strategies and compose a variety of compositions for different audiences and purposes. The course also provides a review of basic grammar, punctuation, and mechanics, and the application of those concepts to written communication.
Prerequisites & Notes
NOTE: EH 106 will not satisfy Humanities requirements.
Assignments: Varied Throughout the Term
Interactivity: Discussion Forums
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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