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reyqua
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Mechanical Engineering Technology

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ENG1101D365SP2020

ENG1101D365SP2020

English 1101 is a writing- intensive course designed to strengthen your composition skills. Writing a variety of essays, in addition to a research paper, will help you develop skills such as building an argument, adopting your writing for different needs and situations, interpreting and responding to a text, incorporating secondary source material effectively, and mastering the mechanics of quoting, citing, and documenting sources. The poems, short stories, essays, and newspaper articles we will read together are focused on New York City and urban issues. We will be reading pieces both for their inherent literary value and also as models of composition that you may employ in your writing assignments. Reflecting on your own experiences alongside these texts will ensure active discussion regarding communities, public space, urban art forms, education, class, race, gender, crime, gentrification, and other topics of debate.

IND1112 Engineering Drawing

IND1112 Engineering Drawing

Course Website: openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/engdrawing-one/ Course Profile (this page): openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/groups/engineering-drawing-i/ Time: M 10:00 – 11:40 AM, M 12:00 – 1:40 PM Room: V/0507A Instructor: Masato R. Nakamura (Office: V532) Description: Introduction to CAD working environment, Basic 2-D geometric construction and orthographic projections utilizing CAD systems.

ENG1101-C/D405(M) English Composition I-Clarke, Fall 2019

ENG1101-C/D405(M) English Composition I-Clarke, Fall 2019

English 1101 is the introductory college composition course. Its goal is to develop your reading, writing, and analytical skills while fostering awareness of your own discursive practices. By reflecting critically on literacy practices and engaging in your own, you will become more nuanced practitioners of language. You will begin the course by writing literacy narratives that focus on such concerns as language diversity, orality, and language and technology. While academic discourse is important in this course, the primary emphasis is on your ability to negotiate multiple contexts and writing situations rather than becoming familiar with only academic language. Prerequisite: CUNY proficiency in reading and writing.

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