The description for this course from our college website is as follows: This college-level course is designed to teach the concepts of critical thinking and reading skills in the context of written response and essay writing. This course introduces and reinforces the skills necessary to complete academic essays and to respond to diverse texts in meaningful ways. 3.000 Credit hours
For me, the main goals of this course are to generate lively discussion, write critical responses, begin working effectively with texts, and to explore materials via analysis and evaluation. The course asks us to consider what critical thinking is and why these skills are so vital in today's society. Be sure to log into our course homepage regularly for all assignments and expectations. Material in this section is supplemental and designed to inspire further exploration of class concepts.
The description for this course from our college website is as follows: This college-level course is designed to enhance writing, research, and speaking skills and to provide academic writing and reasoning skills to foster lifelong learning. 3.000 Credit hours
For many of my students, this is the final English course of the academic program. So, what does that mean? What are the things any professional would need to know to communicate clearly and with mastery and meaning? How does writing, public speaking, and clear thinking impact career trajectories and vocational paths? What final elements do we need as writers and lifelong learners? In Composition, we spend 15 weeks together answering these very questions. Be sure to log into our course regularly for all assignments and expectations. Material in this section is supplemental and designed to inspire further exploration of class concepts.