These learning outcomes are meant only as sample and are not representative of Santa Ana College's learning outcomes.
English 269AB: Foundations in Reading and Writing
Demonstrate and apply appropriate study skills for college success, including but not limited to annotation, note taking, completion of assignments, and reflective journal writing.
Use a variety of reading strategies to foster comprehension and to construct personally meaningful and culturally relevant connections to the text.
Employ a writing process and demonstrate the ability to write clear sentences and construct paragraphs and essays that effectively make use of supporting details, examples, and evidence.
English 1A: Composition and Reading
Analyze prose to identify main and subordinate ideas, distinguish various modes of argument, define audience and purpose, and outline methods of development.
Develop individual perspectives in essays that demonstrate critical thinking skills, logical organization, and command of standard grammar.
Locate and appropriately cite information from print and electronic sources— from libraries, the Internet, databases, and elsewhere—evaluate its relevance and reliability, and incorporate it effectively into essays.
English 1B: Composition and Reading
Analyze and evaluate literary works using appropriate critical vocabulary.
Cite from the text to support their analyses in a discussion of literature.
Analyze, and compare and contrast three or more literary genres.
English 5 Critical Thinking
Apply fundamentals of critical thinking to reading, writing, and communicating.
Formulate and communicate persuasive arguments for particular audiences and specific outcomes.
Conduct appropriate research and synthesize outside sources into writing.
Source: Laney College