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Course Progression ENC1101
Transcript of Course Progression ENC1101
Where have we come from?
What experiences have you had in a writing classroom?
What do you expect from an English class?
What do you expect from a Freshman Composition Course?
Annotated Bibliography: Researching and Summarizing Conversations
What kind of research is expected of me in this new discourse community? How do I do this research? How do I cite sources appropriately?
How do I evaluate sources' credibility? How do I summarize each source appropriately?
How do I determine the conventions of an academic conversation?
How do I determine the article's historical placement within the topic's history?
What are the conventions of peer review in an academic setting?
Project Two: What They Say: Tracing Conversations over Time
How do academic conversations develop over time?
How can I evaluate academic sources to make space for my own argument?
How do I construct a thesis that makes a claim about the conversation over time?
How can I successfully incorporate source material into my own work?
What are the conventions that an academic audience expects from this type of essay, and why are they important?
Project Three: What I Say: Joining the Conversation and Remediating My Argument
How do I make claims that the academic community will pay attention to?
How does research and evidence bolster my argument?
What different forms can an argument take?
How can I attempt to persuade different audiences through changes in medium? How does the medium affect the audience?
How do the choices I make as an author/composer affect my argument, and how can I make these consciously to improve my claim?
By the end of this course, you should have the tools required of an effective composer of texts and should feel comfortable identifying, researching, and participating in academic (or non-academic) conversations--some of the most important skills needed not only for your university education but also in your life, regardless of major/career.
The curriculum for ENC1101 focuses on argumentation, research strategies, and rhetorical analysis in order to prepare you to enter the academic discourse community.