Template:1102 SLOs

From Gerald R. Lucas

Student Learning Outcomes

ENGL 1102 students will:

  • read critically and communicate ideas in well-developed written forms (MGA General Education Learning Goal A1 [Communications]),
  • read and respond to various texts for purposes of interpretation, analysis, synthesis, evaluation, and judgment,
  • have a working knowledge of literary terms and understand the effect of narrative, dramatic, and poetic conventions upon meanings,
  • use recursive processes that include collecting information, focusing, ordering, drafting, revising, and editing,
  • apply the techniques and skills of research, integration of source material, and documentation,
  • use conventions of writing mechanics, usage, and style to communicate effectively for the given audience, purpose, and format (guidelines recommended by the Board of Regents Advisory Committee on English).
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