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ENG 105: English Composition I

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ENG 105: English Composition I

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ENG 105: English Composition I

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Course Description

This course introduces you to the essential foundations of college level writing. Our Composition I course provides an overview of the various types of college writing, such as personal, expository, persuasive, and argumentative and describes the characteristics of each. The basic fundamentals are covered from the ground up; from structuring and developing a paper, crafting topics, creating outlines and revising, editing and proofreading skills. You will be introduced to the general processes of communication through writing and reading.

 

Materials

There is no extra cost for textbooks or materials. All materials are included with this course.

 

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  • Recognize the fundamental elements of writing and active reading
  • Recall brainstorming techniques and pre-writing skills
  • Identify how to structure and develop a paper
  • List the components of editing, revising and proofreading writing
  • Define personal, persuasive, argumentative and expository writing
  • Create several methods of persuasion in order declare your position to be accurate
Access Timeframe
You will have access to your course for 4 months (120 days) from the time of purchase.
Type of Certification
Certificate of Completion
Format of Certification
Digital
Professional Association/Affiliation
Ed4Credit courses are recommended by ACE (American Council on Education) and approx. 2,000 colleges and universities accept ACE CREDIT's® recommended courses.
Method of Obtaining Certification
Credits are displayed on the Certificate of Completion which can be downloaded upon successful completion of a course. Official transcripts must be requested from ACE via a ACE Account.
Additional Details
Students are awarded course credits upon successful completion of a course.

Course Outline

Module Subtopics:

  • Common Misconceptions About Writing
  • Becoming a Good Writer
  • Common Elements in All Writing
  • The Writing Situation and Context
  • Rhetoric
  • Tools of the Trade
  • General Writing Resources ? Plagiarism
Module Learning Objectives:
  • Recall common misconceptions about writing
  • Recognize techniques for becoming a good writer
  • Identify common elements in all writing
  • Recall the writing situation and context
  • Define rhetoric
  • Identify tools of the trade
  • Recall general writing resources
  • Define plagiarism
Assignments:
  1. Read Chapter 1
  2. View PowerPoint
  3. Listen to Textbook Audio
  4. Practice the Learning Activities
  5. Watch the Videos
  6. Review the Webliography (Web Links)
  7. Submit Assignment
  8. Take the Exam
Learning Outcomes:
  • 1, 2

Module Subtopics:

  • Reading to Write and Learn
  • Strategies for Active Reading
  • Annotating and Note Taking
  • Read, Recite and Review
  • Reading Visuals
  • Reading for Academic Success
  • Critical Reading: Putting it into Practice
Module Learning Objectives:
  • Recall reading to write and learn
  • Recognize strategies for active reading
  • Identify how to annotate and take notes
  • Recall how to read, recite, and review
  • Identify the fundamentals of reading visuals
  • Recognize how to read for academic success
  • Identify critical reading techniques
Assignments:
  1. Read Chapter 2
  2. View PowerPoint
  3. Listen to Textbook Audio
  4. Practice the Learning Activities
  5. Watch the Videos
  6. Review the Webliography (Web Links)
  7. Submit Assignment
  8. Take the Exam
Learning Outcomes:
  • 2

Module Subtopics:

  • The Purpose and Types of College Writing
  • Personal Writing
  • Expository Writing
  • Persuasive and Argumentative Writing
  • Writing Research Papers
  • Writing Combination Papers
  • The Writer’s Voice
Module Learning Objectives:
  • Recall the purpose and types of college writing
  • Define personal writing
  • Define expository writing
  • Identify techniques for persuasive and argumentative writing
  • Recognize how to write research papers
  • Identify how to write combination papers
  • Recall basics of the writer’s voice
Assignments:
  1. Read Chapter 3
  2. View PowerPoint
  3. Listen to Textbook Audio
  4. Practice the Learning Activities
  5. Watch the Videos
  6. Review the Webliography (Web Links)
  7. Submit Assignment
  8. Take the Exam
Learning Outcomes:
  • 5

Module Subtopics:

  • Selecting a Subject
  • Consider the Audience
  • Developing the Topic
  • Generating Ideas
  • Journaling and Brainstorming
  • Organizing Ideas
  • Outlining
  • Reverse Outlining
  • Prewriting: Putting it All Together
Module Learning Objectives:
  • Recall how to select a subject
  • Recognize how to consider the audience
  • Identify how to develop a topic
  • Recall how to generate ideas
  • Recognize how to journal and brainstorm
  • Identify how to properly organize ideas
  • Recall the basics of outlining
  • Recognize reverse outlining
  • Identify basics of prewriting
Assignments:
  1. Read Chapter 4
  2. View PowerPoint
  3. Listen to Textbook Audio
  4. Practice the Learning Activities
  5. Watch the Videos
  6. Review the Webliography (Web Links)
  7. Submit Assignment
  8. Take the Exam
Learning Outcomes:
  • 2

Module Subtopics:

  • Capture the Reader’s Attention
  • Crafting the Thesis Statement
  • Main Points
  • The Body of the Paper
  • Crafting Topic Sentences
  • Conclusion
  • Structure Across Paper Types
Module Learning Objectives:
  • Recall how to capture the reader’s attention
  • Identify how to craft a thesis statement
  • Recognize main points
  • Recall how to develop the body of the paper
  • Identify how to craft topic sentences
  • Recognize how to structure a conclusion
  • Recall how to structure across paper types
Assignments:
  1. Read Chapter 5
  2. View PowerPoint
  3. Listen to Textbook Audio
  4. Practice the Learning Activities
  5. Watch the Videos
  6. Review the Webliography (Web Links)
  7. Submit Assignment
  8. Take the Exam
Learning Outcomes:
  • 3

Module Subtopics:

  • The Purpose of Personal Writing
  • Personal Writing Conventions
  • Tone and Language
  • Narrative Writing Pattern
  • Use Language and Dialogue Effectively
  • Maintain Clear Narrative Order
  • Descriptive Writing Pattern
  • The Purpose of Description
Module Learning Objectives:
  • Define the purpose of personal writing
  • Identify personal writing conventions
  • Recall the basics of tone and language
  • Recognize narrative writing patterns
  • Identify how to use language and dialogue effectively
  • Recall how to maintain clear narrative order ? Identify basics of the descriptive writing pattern ? Recall the purpose of description
Assignments:
  1. Read Chapter 6
  2. View PowerPoint
  3. Listen to Textbook Audio
  4. Practice the Learning Activities
  5. Watch the Videos
  6. Review the Webliography (Web Links)
  7. Submit Assignment
  8. Take the Exam
Learning Outcomes:
  • 5

Module Subtopics:

  • The History of Persuasion
  • Persuasive and Argumentative Writing Assignments
  • Position and Response Papers
  • Persuasive Writing Pattern
  • Three Means of Persuasion
  • Argument Writing Pattern
  • Argument Conventions
  • Toulmin’s Model of Argument
Module Learning Objectives:
  • Recall the history of persuasion
  • Identify persuasive and argumentative writing assignments
  • Recall position and response papers
  • Recognize the persuasive writing pattern
  • Identify three means of persuasion
  • Recall the fundamentals argument writing pattern
  • Identify argument conventions
  • Define Toulmin’s model of argument
Assignments:
  1. Read Chapter 7
  2. View PowerPoint
  3. Listen to Textbook Audio
  4. Practice the Learning Activities
  5. Watch the Videos
  6. Review the Webliography (Web Links)
  7. Submit Assignment
  8. Take the Exam
Learning Outcomes:
  • 5

Module Subtopics:

  • Understanding Expository Writing
  • Conventions of Expository Writing
  • Informative Writing
  • Comparison and Contrast Writing
  • Structure of Comparison-and-Contrast Papers
  • Cause-and-Effect Writing
  • Analytical Writing
Module Learning Objectives:
  • Recall how to understand expository writing
  • Identify conventions of expository writing
  • Recognize informative writing
  • Identify comparison and contrast writing
  • Recall cause-and-effect writing
  • Define analytical writing
Assignments:
  1. Read Chapter 8
  2. View PowerPoint
  3. Listen to Textbook Audio
  4. Practice the Learning Activities
  5. Watch the Videos
  6. Review the Webliography (Web Links)
  7. Submit Assignment
  8. Take the Exam
Learning Outcomes:
  • 5

Module Subtopics:

  • The First Draft
  • Revising with Feedback
  • Revising Specific Components of the Essay
  • Editing
  • Style and Language
  • Clarity and Conciseness
  • Proofreading
  • The Final Draft
Module Learning Objectives:
  • Recall the first draft
  • Identify how to revise with feedback
  • Recognize how to revise specific components of an essay
  • Identify the basics of editing
  • Recall basics of style and language
  • Recognize fundamentals of clarity and conciseness
  • Define proofreading
  • Recognize components of the final draft
Assignments:
  1. Read Chapter 9
  2. View PowerPoint
  3. Listen to Textbook Audio
  4. Practice the Learning Activities
  5. Watch the Videos
  6. Review the Webliography (Web Links)
  7. Submit Assignment
  8. Take the Exam
Learning Outcomes:
  • 4

Module Subtopics:

  • Final Exam
  • Course Survey
  • Certificate of Completion
Module Learning Objectives:
  • N/A
Assignments:
  1. Take the Optional Cumulative Practice Final Exam
  2. Review the Proctored Exam Information
  3. Create an Account with Proctor U
  4. Schedule an Exam Time
  5. Take the Cumulative Proctored Final Exam
  6. Submit the Course Survey
  7. Print Your Certificate of Completion
Learning Outcomes:
  • 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Technical Requirements

Internet Connection

  • Broadband or High-Speed - DSL, Cable, and Wireless Connections

*Dial-Up internet connections will result in a diminished online experience. Classroom pages may load slowly and viewing large audio and video files may not be possible.

 

Hardware Requirements

  • Processor - 2GHz Processor or Higher
  • Memory - 1 GB RAM Minimum Recommended

 

PC Software Requirements

  • Operating Systems - Windows 7 or higher
  • Microsoft Office 2007 or higher. Also, you could use a general Word Processing application to save and open Microsoft Office formats (.doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt, .pptx)
  • Internet Browsers - Google Chrome is highly recommended
    • Cookies MUST be enabled
    • Pop-ups MUST be allowed (Pop-up Blocker disabled)
  • Kindle Reader App is needed for many of our courses (No special equipment needed. This can be downloaded for FREE onto your computer.)
  • PowerPoint Viewer (if you do not have PowerPoint)
  • Adobe PDF Reader
  • QuickTime, Windows Media Player &/or Real Player

 

MAC Software Requirements

  • Operating Systems - Mac OS x 10 or higher with Windows
  • Mac office programs or a Word Processing application to save and open Microsoft Office formats (.doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt, .pptx)
  • Internet Browsers- Google Chrome is highly recommended
    • Cookies MUST be enabled
    • Pop-ups MUST be allowed (Pop-up Blocker disabled)
  • PowerPoint Viewer (if you do not have PowerPoint)
  • Adobe PDF Reader
  • Apple QuickTime Media Player

Course Features

Learn on Your Own
135 Hours
Certification Course

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We can send you everything you need to know about this course through email.

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