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1 English 101/101H - Freshman English/Honors Freshman English 10 to 35 pages of reading per week occasional handouts a minimum of 8 essays per semester (approximately 500 words each), at least half of which will be written in class revisions of essays may be required/allowed 1 argumentative research paper (10+ pages), which incorporates at least 6 outside sources some sections may require 1 to 2 individual or group oral presentations (5 minutes) per semester some sections may include a number of short-answer exams a final essay exam, responding to one or more assigned readings English Creative Writing Workshop Skills Expected: Reading 5; Writing 6; Listening-speaking 5; Math 1 30 pages of reading from text per week outside reading, amount varies often, depending on instructor, descriptive pieces, creative exercises, and written assignments will be required 3 to 4 poems per semester 8 to 12 pages of fiction per semester 20 pages of drama per semester some sections may require 3 individual oral presentations per semester some sections include midterm and final exams which consist of essay, short-answer, multiple-choice and true-false questions English Critical Thinking and Argumentation Skills Expected: Reading 7; Writing 7; Listening-speaking 7; Math 1 40 to 80 pages of reading per week 1 to 2 books in addition to textbook reading per semester 2 to 3 in-class essays ( words) per semester 4 to 5 outside-of-class essays (2-5 pages) per semester 1 term or research paper (8-10 pages) per semester (total writing 6,000 to 8,000 words) occasional individual oral presentations 2 to 4 group presentations per semester 2 essay exams per semester English Survey of English Literature From the Anglo-Saxon Period to 1780 Skills Expected: Reading 6+; Writing 6+; Listening-speaking 6+; Math 1 1 to 30 pages of reading per week 1 to 3 in-class essays ( words each) per semester 3 to 5 outside-of-class essays ( words each) per semester 4 essay exams ( words each) per semester English Survey of English Literature From 1780 to the Present Time Skills Expected: Reading 6+; Writing 6+; Listening-speaking 6+; Math 1

2 1 to 30 pages of reading per week 3 to 5 outside-of-class essays ( words each) per semester 4 essay exams ( words each) per semester English Introduction to Literature of the Western World 60 to 90 pages of reading per week 3 to 4 outside-of-class essays (3-4 pages each) per semester 1 term or research paper (5-6 pages each) per semester 1 essay exam per semester English Introduction to Literature of the Western World 60 to 90 pages of reading per week 3 to 4 outside-of-class essays (3-4 pages each) per semester 1 term or research paper (5-6 pages each) per semester 1 essay exam per semester English Introduction to Poetry Skills Expected: Reading 5+; Writing 6; Listening-speaking 5; Math 1 12 to 15 poems per week reading poems from various sources besides text 2 to 3 in-class essays (2-3 pages) per semester 2 to 3, outside-of-class essays (5-7 pages) per semester 1 term or research paper (5-7 pages) per semester possibly completing assignments writing in poets' styles 1 to 3 individual oral presentations (10 minutes each) midterm and final exams will consist of essay, short-answer, multiple-choice and true-false questions English Introduction to Fiction 40 to 60 pages of reading per week daily interactive journal entries (1-2 pages each) 4 in-class essays ( words) per semester write 1 story per semester (10-20 pages) English Introduction to Drama Skills Expected: Reading 6+; Writing 6+; Listening-speaking 6+; Math 1 40 to 60 pages of reading per week 4 to 6 outside-of-class essays ( words each) per semester 1 term or research paper (6-8 pages) per semester 3 plays must be attended per semester 4 essay exams ( words each) per semester English Composition and Reading

3 10 to 30 pages of textbook reading per week 40 to 200 pages of reading for research paper (a minimum of 4 sources) 3 in-class essays ( words each) 3 outside-of-class essays ( words each) 3 to 6 sessions of group work on essays (1 hour each) per semester 1 essay ( words) for final exam English American Literature to to 150 pages of reading per week 2 outside-of-class essays (4-5 pages) per semester 2 combination individual and group oral presentations (10 minutes each) per semester 4 essay exams (1 1/2 hours each) per semester 2 short-answer exams (20 minutes each) per semester English American Literature from 1865 to the Present 60 to 150 pages of reading per week 2 outside-of-class essays (4-5 pages) per semester 2 combination individual and group oral presentations (10 minutes each) per semester 4 essay exams (1 1/2 hours each) per semester 2 short-answer exams (20 minutes each) per semester English Shakespeare extensive reading: 8 plays and many poems per semester number of in-class essays varies from semester to semester 3 outside-of-class essays (3-4 pages each) per semester class discussions; language skills are part of grading consideration in-class essay (3-4 pages) for final exam English Children's Literature 15 to 20 children's books per semester 20 to 100 pages of outside reading per semester 1 to 3 outside-of-class essays (300 to 500 words each) per semester 1 research project (3 to 5 sources - 3 to 5 pages written or 10 minutes oral) per semester some sections may require 1 to 3 group discussions/projects per semester 4 to 6 quizzes/exams per semester, objective and essay questions essay questions for final exam English The Bible as Literature 60 to 150 pages of reading per week 2 term or research papers (3-4 pages) per semester 2 essay exams per semester

4 5 exams combining multiple-choice and true-false questions per semester English Science Fiction Literature 200 to 500 pages of reading per week quizzes for each novel 8 outside-of-class essays (2-3 pages each) per semester 1 multiple-choice exam per semester (midterm) 1 final essay exam per semester (students answer 4 of the essay questions given) additional resources include slides, motion pictures, records, tapes, computer games, movie previews, and conventions English Reading Skill Building for Adults with Learning Disabilities Skills Expected: Reading 4; Writing 5; Listening-speaking 5; Math 1 6 to 8 pages of textbook reading per week 4 to 6 pages of handout reading per week 2 outside-of-class essays (2 pages each) per semester 1 book review or report (2 pages) per semester 1 term or research paper (4 pages) per semester 1 individual oral presentation (debate) per semester 3 mixed format exams, including essay, objective-type, short-answer, multiple-choice and true-false questions, per semester English Developing Fundamental Writing Skills for Adults with Learning Disabilities 4 to 6 pages of reading per week 2 to 3 journal entries (1 page each) per week 1 in-class essay (1 page) per week 1 outside-of-class essay (2 pages each) per week 1 term or research paper (5 pages) per semester 1 individual oral presentation (2 pages) per semester 5 short-answer exams (25-40 questions each) per semester English Vocabulary Building I Skills Expected: Reading 4; Writing 3; Listening-speaking 4; Math 1 3 pages of reading per week 2 practice worksheets (1 page each) per week 1 oral group presentation per week 8 mixed format exams, (40 questions each) including essay, objective-type, short-answer, multiple-choice and true-false questions, per semester English Vocabulary Building II 2 outside-of-class essays (1 page each) per 9 weeks 1 individual oral presentation (15 minutes) per 9 weeks 3 multiple-choice exams per semester

5 English Essential Spelling Skills Skills Expected: Reading 3; Writing 3; Listening-speaking 4; Math 1 12 pages of reading per week much discussion and verbal presentation 9 short-answer exams (25 questions each), one per week English Basic Communication-Spelling Skills Expected: Reading 3; Writing 2; Listening-speaking 3; Math 1 These Mini Courses are different from other regular courses taught in a classroom. Students go through booklets with audio tapes at their own pace. There are 2 tapes with each booklet. Students should finish 1 booklet approximately every 2 weeks. This amounts to approximately 15 pages of reading per week. Students have to memorize the spelling. listening to tapes (5 pages per hour) 1 30-word test after each book, including short-answer and multiple-choice questions 2 50-word tests for final exam, including short-answer and multiple-choice questions English Basic Communication-Vocabulary Skills Expected: Reading 3; Writing 2; Listening-speaking 3; Math 1 These Mini Courses are different from other regular courses taught in a classroom. Students go through booklets with audio tapes at their own pace. There are 2 tapes with each booklet. Students should finish 1 booklet approximately every 2 weeks. This amounts to approximately 16 to 19 pages of reading per week. listening to tapes (6-10 pages per hour) one post-test after each booklet, including short-answer and multiple-choice questions. English Basic Communication-Grammar Skills Expected: Reading 3; Writing 2; Listening-speaking 3; Math 1 These Mini Courses are different from other regular courses taught in a classroom. Students go through booklets with audio tapes at their own pace. There are 2 tapes with each booklet. Students should finish 1 booklet approximately every 2 weeks. This amounts to approximately 16 to 20 pages of reading per week. listening to tapes (6-7 pages per hour) one post-test after each booklet, including short-answer and multiple-choice questions English Basic Reading Lab Skills Expected: Reading 2; Writing 2; Listening-speaking 5; Math 1 9 to 20 pages of reading per week 3 to 9 hours of lab work per week (number of pages varies) 1 in-class writing assignment per week 5 mixed format quizzes per semester English Basic English Lab Skills Expected: Reading 2; Writing 2; Listening-speaking 5; Math 1 9 to 20 pages of reading per week 3 to 9 hours of lab work per week (number of pages varies) 1 in-class writing assignment per week

6 5-7 mixed format quizzes per semester 1 paragraph (essay) writing final English Introduction to Academic Reading Skills Expected: Reading 3; Writing 3; Listening-speaking 5; Math 1 9 to 20 pages of reading per week 2 to 3 hours of lab work per week (number of pages varies) 2 to 3 newspaper reading assignments (1-2 pages) 1 in-class writing assignment per week 1 book review or report (2 to 5 pages) per semester weekly group presentations 2 short-answer exams per semester 5 multiple-choice exams per semester English Writing Workshop I Skills Expected: Reading 3; Writing 3; Listening-speaking 5; Math 1 10 to 28 pages of reading per week daily journal entries in-class writing assignments, 5 to 15 per semester, depending on length and number of revisions required outside-of-class writing assignments, 5 to 15 per semester, depending on length and number of revisions required completion of grammar tutorials in the computer lab (1 to 2 hours per week) completion of writing assignments in the composition computer lab (1 to 2 hours per week) some sections require 1 or more book reviews or reports per semester some sections require 1 to 2 individual or group oral presentations English Intermediate Academic Reading Skills Expected: Reading 4; Writing 4; Listening-speaking 5; Math 1 9 to 15 pages of text reading per week 2 to 3 hours of lab work per week 50 pages of in-depth reading per week weekly journal entries 3 to 5 book reviews or reports per semester weekly group presentations 4 multiple-choice exams per semester English Writing Workshop II Skills Expected: Reading 4; Writing 4; Listening-speaking 5; Math 1 10 to 25 pages of reading per week 2 to 5 pages of journal entries per week 4 to 10 in-class writing assignments per semester, depending on length of assignment and number of revisions required 2 to 12 outside-of-class writing assignments per semester, depending on length of assignment and number of revisions required completion of tutorials on grammar, mechanics, and spelling in the computer lab (1 to 2 hours per week) completion of writing assignments in the composition computer lab (2 to 3 hours per week)

7 some sections may require individual oral presentations most sections will include quizzes on grammar, mechanics, and spelling English Advanced College Reading 15 to 100 pages of text reading per week 50 pages of in-depth reading per week 2 to 3 hours of lab work per week weekly journal entries and/or short essays periodic, short in-class essays 2 to 4 book reviews or reports (3-10 pages) per semester weekly group presentations 4 multiple-choice exams per semester 1 to 2 short essay exams per semester

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