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Las Positas College
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Eng 1a - Critical Reading and Comp
Critical Reading and Comp Documents

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Las Positas College 3000 Campus Hill Drive Livermore CA 94551 7650 925 424 1000 925 443 0742 Fax Course Outline for English 1A CRITICAL READING AND COMPOSITION I CATALOG DESCRIPTION ENG 1A CRITICAL READING AND COMPOSITION 3 units Integrated approach to reading writing and critical thinking intended to develop ability to read and write complex college level prose Examination of ideas in relation to individual s worldview and contexts from which these ideas arise Some research required Integrated approach to reading writing and critical thinking intended to develop ability to read and write complex college level prose Prerequisite English 100B 104 or 102 with a Pass ESL 25 with a C or better equivalent course or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the English assessment process also acceptable 3 lecture hours 1 laboratory hour II NUMBER OF TIMES COURSE MAY BE TAKEN FOR CREDIT One III PREREQUISITE AND OR ADVISORY SKILLS Before entering this course the student should be able to From A B C D E F G H I J K English 100B 104 annotate a text during the act of reading employ strategies that enable a critical evaluation of a text respond critically to a text through class discussions and writing use concepts of paragraph and essay structure and development to analyze his her own and others essays write effective objective summaries of texts that avoid wording and sentence structure of the original respond to texts drawing on personal experience and other texts organize coherent essays around a central idea or a position provide appropriate and accurate evidence to support positions and conclusions demonstrate academic integrity and responsibility particularly when integrating the exact language and ideas of an outside text into one s own writing utilize effective grammar recall to check sentences for correct grammar and mechanics proofread his her own and others prose From ESL 25 Reading A understand complex and abstract issues in written discourse generally derive



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