Date Prepared March 3, 1994
Initiating Division Chair Dr. Arthur Dixon
Lead Division Chair Dr. Arthur Dixon
(H&SS, PRC) Other Division Chair Dr.
Roland Moore (A&S, DTC)
Other Division Chair
Samual Mills (Western Campus)
New X Revised Effective Date:
Summer Semester, 1994
NUMBER: ENG 112 CREDIT HOURS: 3
COURSE TITLE: College Composition II
PREREQUISITES: English 111
RATIONALE: English 112 is designed
specifically to assist students in developing and further refining their
communication skills. The emphasis is on writing; this writing will
result primarily from responses to reading material. In this course
students will study fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and drama in order to
learn about writing styles, interpret the writing of others, and
evaluate their relevance. This course should improve their writing and
speaking abilities and teach them ways of responding to writing by
others. Students should also learn new ways to include evidence from a
variety of sources.
CONTENT: (Major Headings)
A. Writing essays
B. Reading, interpreting, and evaluating
writing by others
C. Using primary and secondary research
D. Speaking to a group on an assigned
GENERAL COURSE OBJECTIVES:
To finish the course successfully,
students must demonstrate through their work that they are able to:
A. Read anotherís work and develop
methods and strategies for responding to it.
B. Interpret and evaluate the reading in
a variety of ways.
C. Support their writing with specific
examples from a text.
D. Define relationships and use analysis.
E. Prepare and give an oral presentation
to the class.
All Division Chairs who will be offering
this course have signed at the top of the official course outline, a
copy of which is on file in the Humanities and Social Sciences Division
office, A-201-R at PRC.
(JSRCC Form 112/REV. 8/10/92)
(Outline Revised by both English Depts.
3/1/94) (The official copy is initialed by the PRC and DTC Provosts.)