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English
 
Download English course SLOs (N50 through 103H) here.
Course Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) SLOs (download)
​English N50
  • Students will write organized, coherent sentences and paragraphs. Students will read several paragraphs and summarize the point of each paragraph in one sentence.
  • Students will write expository paragraphs that are supported by evidence and are logically organized.

​English N60
  • Students will use the writing process to write, in MLA format, well-organized, supported paragraphs or short essays using appropriately chosen details, sentence variety, and sufficiently correct grammar and punctuation.
  • Students will be able to read critically for literal meaning and identify the main idea of a reading and the author's writing strategies.

​English 061
  • Students will use the writing process to write, in MLA format, essays, including a documented paper, using appropriately chosen details, organizational strategies, sentence variety, and sufficiently correct grammar and punctuation.
  • Students will be able to read critically for literal meaning and identify the main idea of a reading and the author's writing strategies as well as summarize and paraphrase effectively.
  • Students will evaluate and ethically use primary and secondary sources.

​English 101
  • Students will use the writing process to write, in MLA format, academic essays, including a documented research paper, using appropriately chosen details, organizational strategies, more complex sentence variety, and sufficiently correct grammar, punctuation, effective word choice, and style.
  • Students will be able to read critically for literal and implied meaning, identify main ideas, organizational strategies and authors' writing strategies as well as summarize, paraphrase, and analyze written works.
  • Students will evaluate and ethically use primary and secondary academic sources to avoid plagiarism and will use the library's resources, including online databases.

​English 101H
  • Students will use the writing process to write, in MLA format, academic essays, including a documented research paper, using appropriately chosen details, organizational strategies, more complex sentence variety, and sufficiently correct grammar, punctuation, effective word choice, and style.
  • Students will be able to read critically for literal and implied meaning, identify main ideas, organizational strategies and authors' writing strategies as well as summarize, paraphrase, and analyze written works.
  • Students will evaluate and ethically use primary and secondary academic sources to avoid plagiarism and will use the library's resources, including online databases.
*Students in the Honors Program must maintain a 3.0 GPA.​

​English 102
  • Students will read and discuss critically in order to understand literary works on both a literal and symbolic level to identify literary devices and to analyze how they function to reveal theme.
  • Students will apply criteria of literary/artistic excellence developed by the various schools of interpretation; identify premises, assumptions, fallacies, syllogisms, deduction and induction; evaluate evidence, examples, and arguments for soundness; assess authoritative testimony; draw inferences from statistics; and recognize rhetorical devices.
  • Students will synthesize information to produce academic essays and a documented research paper by using resources ethically and MLA format, reflecting collegiate level writing standards.

​English 102H
  • Students will read and discuss critically in order to understand literary works on both a literal and symbolic level to identify literary devices and to analyze how they function to reveal theme.
  • Students will apply criteria of literary/artistic excellence developed by the various schools of interpretation; identify premises, assumptions, fallacies, syllogisms, deduction and induction; evaluate evidence, examples, and arguments for soundness; assess authoritative testimony; draw inferences from statistics; and recognize rhetorical devices.
  • Students will synthesize information to produce academic essays and a documented research paper by using resources ethically and MLA format, reflecting collegiate level writing standards.
*Students in the Honors Program must maintain a 3.0 GPA.​
​English 103
  • Students will read and discuss critically in order to identify premises, syllogisms, deduction and induction; to evaluate evidence, examples, and arguments for soundness; to assess authoritative testimony; to draw inferences from statistics; and to recognize rhetorical devices.
  • Students will synthesize information to produce academic argumentative and persuasive essays and a documented research paper by using resources ethically and MLA format, reflecting collegiate level writing standards.

​English 103H
  • Students will read and discuss critically in order to identify premises, syllogisms, deduction and induction; to evaluate evidence, examples, and arguments for soundness; to assess authoritative testimony; to draw inferences from statistics; and to recognize rhetorical devices.
  • Students will synthesize information to produce academic argumentative and persuasive essays and a documented research paper by using resources ethically and MLA format, reflecting collegiate level writing standards.
*Students in the Honors Program must maintain a 3.0 GPA.​​​
​English 104
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​English 104H

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​English 214
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​English 220
​English 231
​English 232

​English 233 (A,B,&C)
  • Students will be able to identify major genres (including the conventions of those genres as well as departures from them), and trends of the period and culture(s) surveyed and situate literary texts within their historical, social, and literary contexts.
  • Students will apply principles of various critical perspectives and use historical and contemporary critical readings ethically, using correct MLA documentation and citation in creating their own written and oral analyses, explications, and evaluations of literary texts.
  • Students will be able to read critically and to produce academic writing in order to understand literary works on both a literal and symbolic level as well as to identify dramatic devices and literary elements in order to analyze how they function to reveal theme and to create meaning to relate form and content. (Read, understand, and demonstrate an appreciation of literary works that best represent the British Renaissance and Shakespeare's sources).

​English 233B
​English 233C
​English 233D
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