ENG 1101 Fall 2020 OL20 (26956)

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ENG 1101 Fall 2020 OL20 (26956)
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Professor(s)
Department
English
Course Code
ENG 1101
Semester / Year
Fall 2020
Course Description

English Composition I is a course to help student improve their writing skills through various activities and assignments.

Writing well is essential for all college students regardless of their majors or future plans.

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Student Survey

Faculty: You can use this survey to understand the technology and working spaces available to […] See MoreStudent Survey

Discussion: Introductions

Faculty: Below is a recommended activity that helps build community in your class and introduces […] See MoreDiscussion: Introductions

Student Post (Example)

Faculty: This example student post and comment demonstrate how students can contribute and […] See MoreStudent Post (Example)

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Christian, You sound like you enjoy your life and that is great! Remember, let's all stay […] See More

Christian, You sound like you enjoy your life and that is great! Remember, let's all stay […] See More

Christian, You sound like you enjoy your life and that is great! Remember, let's all stay […] See More

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Discussion questions on 4,5,6

4. A Rose for Emily A) - “A sort of respectful affection for a fallen monument,” -“The gasoline pumps-an eyesore among eyesores.” B) “You’re speaking gibberish,” “That was a piece of cake,” “Life is a journey,” and “Don’ […] See MoreDiscussion questions on 4,5,6

Discussion questions on 3 of the 6 readings

1) “Why I Want a Wife” a) Syfers argues that women and men in marriage are not equal. She states that women are the bottom in a relationship and wanting a wife will mean equality in a relationship instead of conformity to a man. Thi […] See MoreDiscussion questions on 3 of the 6 readings

Works Cited Practice

Liu, Melinda, and Leila Aboud. “Generation Superpower.” Newsweek, 11 April 2001. McInerney, Francis, and Sean, White. FutureWealth: Investing in the Second Great Wave of Technology. New York: St. Martin’s, 2000. Junn, N. Ellen and Chris […] See MoreWorks Cited Practice

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