SPC ENGL 1301 - Study Notes (4 pages)

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South Plains College
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Engl 1301 - Composition I

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SOUTH PLAINS COLLEGE Reese Campus South Plains College Mission Statement South Plains College exists to educate students in an academically challenging learning focused environment for professional success and lifelong learning Course Name ENGL 1301 Composition and Rhetoric Term and Year Spring 2012 Full Name of Instructor Rob Knight Phone and Email 806 543 7301 rknight southplainscollege edu Office Hours Building and Location Tuesday 6 30 PM Class Meeting Time Tuesday 7 PM Catalog Description Principles of clear correct effective expository writing with illustrative readings and frequent essays and conferences Prerequisite Appropriate scores on entrance tests or completion of appropriate introductory courses Required Textbook and Resources Diana Hacker A Writer s Reference 5th or 6th edition Optional Materials A flash drive would be helpful as well Course Outcome Competencies Upon the conclusion of this course students actively engaged in learning will be able to 1 Apply standard rules and conventions of the English language to written expressions 2 Summarize the steps and components of the writing process 3 Compose academic nonfiction essays or responses in at least four different rhetorical modes or style 4 Demonstrate basic college level research skills 5 Employ active reading strategies The more the student puts into the course the higher his or her outcome competencies will be Attendance Requirements As stated in the South Plains College Catalog students enrolled at one of the University s external campuses should make every effort to attend all class meetings All absences must be explained to the instructor who will then determine whether the omitted work may be made up When a student reaches that number of absences considered by the instructor to be excessive the instructor will so advise the student and file an unsatisfactory progress report with the campus dean Any student who misses 25 percent or more of the regularly scheduled class meetings will receive



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