ENG COURSE LEVEL OUTCOMES 1

June 10, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Arts & Humanities, Communications
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ENG COURSE LEVEL OUTCOMES 1 SUBJECT

COURSE #

ENG

10

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Analyze basic knowledge of introductory linguistic concepts, such as phonology, morphology, and syntax. Given a particular sound pattern in languages with emphasis on English, interpret these sound patterns based on psycholinguistic and sociolinguistic theories. Given a particular sound pattern in languages with emphasis on English, interpret these sound patterns based on psycholinguistic and sociolinguistic theories. Given a particular sound pattern in languages with emphasis on English, interpret these sound patterns based on psycholinguistic and sociolinguistic theories.

ENG

101

SLO 1: Describe, paraphrase, and summarize college-level material accurately. Students should be able to summarize an article from their textbook or the popular press and identify and evaluate main ideas, audience, purpose, organization, strength of evidence, and critical thinking strategies and use information essay. SLO 2: Write focused, coherent, well-developed largely text-based essays appropriate to the developmental level SLO 3: Demonstrate understanding of the recursive nature of the writing process.

ENG

17

Students will measure Shakespeare’s work meaningfully in the context of the history of world culture Students will assess Shakespeare’s work as an expression of Early Modern culture Students will evaluate interpretations/adaptations of Shakespeare’s plays on stage and on film Students will compare and contrast the structure and function of various dramatic genres

ENG

1A

Write longer and more complex essays compared to English 101, built from a combination of several rhetorical patterns that pursue answers to challenging questions or advance substantial arguments that are supported with relevant, thoughtful, and sufficient evidence drawn (as appropriate) from written texts and the writer's own experience and knowledge. Intended Outcome using #3, #4, and #8 from outline: Gather, evaluate, and incorporate diverse resources into purposeful and coherent research paper with sources documented in MLA

ENG COURSE LEVEL OUTCOMES 2 format.

ENG

1B

SLO1: Apply literary terms and interpreting techniques to read, discuss, and write competent academic prose about literature. SLO 2: Critique and evaluate the formal elements of poetry, fiction, and drama. SLO 3: Produce an analytical research project on a literary work using MLA format that demonstrates understanding of acknowledged methods of critical thinking and writing.

ENG

2

Write coherent, well developed essays appropriate to the second semester transfer level on the study of various advanced argumentation forms. Analyze, interpret, evaluate, and discern the arguments and possible fallacies in non-fiction publications.

ENG

22

Write poems with strong use of voice, imagery, and poetic conventions of form and sound, using original language (poems, beginning level). Write analytical papers on poetry demonstrating an understanding of its formal presentation of word choice, imagery, figurative language, sound sense, irony, paradox, rhyme and rhythm. Write a well sequenced collection of poetry of at least 24 pages, with strong use of voice, imagery, and poetic conventions of form and sound, using original language (poetry collection of 24+ pages)

ENG

24

Identify, analyze, evaluate, and write about major themes found in short fiction. Critically read, discuss, and interpret various short stories.

ENG

253

SLO1: not measured with this assessment. SLO 2: Produce an essay by the end of semester which has a thesis, an introduction, body, and conclusion driven by a purpose that responds to a rhetorical situation. SLO 3: Demonstrate knowledge of writing as a process that includes revision. Draft, revise, and edit an essay which demonstrates meaningful use of sources; has a thesis, an introduction, body, and conclusion; and is driven by a purpose that responds to readings and rhetorical situation. Demonstrate knowledge of writing as a process that includes

ENG COURSE LEVEL OUTCOMES 3 revision.

ENG

26

Identify, analyze, evaluate, and write about major themes and literary techniques in the reading. Critically read-- , discuss, and interpret various works.

ENG

31

Students will gain critical insight to evaluate their own writing and the writing of others Students will analyze literary genres and their conventions to produce imaginative writing that shows an increase of skill in creative vision.

ENG

32

Students will gain critical insight to evaluate their own writing and the writing of others Students will analyze literary genres and their conventions to produce imaginative writing that shows an increase of skill in creative vision.

ENG

33

Students will gain critical insight to evaluate their own writing and the writing of others Students will analyze literary genres and their conventions to produce imaginative writing that shows an increase of skill in creative vision.

ENG

41

Identify, analyze, evaluate, and write about major themes and literary techniques in the reading. Critically read, discuss, and interpret various works.

ENG

44A

Identify, analyze, evaluate, and write about major themes and literary techniques in the reading. Critically read--, discuss, and interpret various works.

ENG

44B

Identify, analyze, evaluate, and write about major themes and literary techniques in the reading. Critically read, discuss, and interpret various works.

ENG COURSE LEVEL OUTCOMES 4 ENG

46A

Given the course material, the student will identify, analyze, evaluate, and write about major themes and literary techniques in the reading Given any of the assigned works, students will critically read (in literature circles), discuss, and interpret various works Given the course material, the student will identify, analyze, evaluate, and write about major themes and literary techniques in the reading Given any of the assigned works, students will critically read (in literature circles), discuss, and interpret various works

ENG

47A

Given a variety of works of literature, the student will be able to place any in meaningful historical context. Given any of a variety of American works of literature, the student will be able to choose appropriate interpretive strategies to read the work. Given the diverse range of American literature in this period, the student will be able to distinguish the significant characteristics of the literary movements covered in this course.

ENG

47B

Given a variety of works of literature, the student will be able to place any in meaningful historical context. Given any of a variety of American works of literature, the student will be able to choose appropriate interpretive strategies to read the work. Given the diverse range of American literature in this period, the student will be able to distinguish the significant characteristics of the literary movements covered in this course.

ENG

48

Identify, analyze, evaluate, and write about major themes and literary techniques in the genre. Critically read, interpret, and discuss the literary elements of various literary works.

ENG

50

Given any film, the student will evaluate the technological elements being employed and assess how they contribute to the film's overall effect Given any film, the student will identify artistic choices made in its production and assess how these choices contribute to the film's overall effect Given any film, the student will appraise it in terms of its artistic and technological merits

ENG COURSE LEVEL OUTCOMES 5 ENG

51

Given any film, the student will evaluate the technological elements being employed and assess how they contribute to the film's overall effect Given any film, the student will identify artistic choices made in its production and assess how these choices contribute to the film's overall effect Given any film, the student will appraise it in terms of its artistic and technological merits

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