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Minnesota State Community and Technical College

ENGL 0097 - English Strategies - 3 credits
Pre-requisites: Course placement is determined by assessment or successful completion of ENGL 0091. This course is designed to prepare students for college-level reading and writing tasks across the disciplines. Students will practice strategies in order to develop reading proficiency and writing skills. They also will engage in all stages of the writing process, from invention and drafting to revising and editing, as they respond to texts and specific writing situations
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South Central College

ENGL 0090 - Writing and English II - 4 credits
This course consists of a review of Standard English grammar, including English usage, sentence structure, punctuation, grammar, and spelling. Students will also study the writing process as it applies to writing both paragraphs and essays. The final project of this class will consist of developing, writing, and editing a persuasive essay. (Prerequisite: Next-Generation Accuplacer Reading score of 237 to 249 or Classic Accuplacer Reading score 56 to 77 or completion of ENGL 0080 with a grade of C (2.0) or higher).
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St. Cloud Technical and Community College

ENGL 0900 - Writing Fundamentals - 3 credits
This composition course emphasizes foundational principles of writing, including focus, development, organization, clarity, unity, and coherence in paragraphs and brief essays. Students will practice how to generate documents that are understandable for audiences, including how to identify and correct common errors. Emphasis will be placed on increasing written fluency and responding to texts. By the end of the semester, students will have written 4500 words of revised work. This is a college readiness course and does not fulfill college writing requirements. Student Learning Outcomes: * Write unified, coherent and well developed short essays including but not limited to description, narration, exposition and persuasion. * Develop controlling ideas with specific and relevant examples and details. * Organize ideas, anticipating audience expectation. * Apply editing control as a result of peer and instructor feedback. * Demonstrate general digital literacy appropriate for college courses using Word files and online learning platforms like D2L Brightspace. * Select appropriate topics for academic/professional writing. * Identify characteristics of diverse audiences. * Respond effectively to various published sources.
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