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Spring 2022
Jan 16,2022
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Studies in argumentation and research. A second of two sequential freshman composition courses, this course is designed to help students learn to identify, critically read, analyze and evaluate, and write arguments using logic and appropriate rhetorical techniques. Students construct thesis-driven academic essays, synthesizing and incorporating the words and ideas of others and using formal documentation. Students learn to identify audience as well as employ effective tone, word choice, and sentence patterns. (ENGF) To comply with Maryland state requirements for English Foundation (ENGF), ENGL 102 must be completed with a final grade of C or better for a student to graduate with an associate's degree. PREREQUISITE: A grade of C or better in ENGL 101 or ENGL 101A or consent of department. Three hours each week.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Bill Hours

Levels: Credit
Schedule Types:

English & Reading, RV Department

Course Attributes:
English Foundation, General Education Elective, General Elective

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