EAP 116: English & Disciplinary Skills for Multilingual Students

EAP 116-K02: English & DiscSkillsMultiLing
(Fall 2022)

04:30 PM to 06:20 PM T

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Section Information for Fall 2022

EAP 116 - K02: English & DiscSkillsMultiLing

Course Description

Whereas EAP 110 is a composition course that integrates language instruction with composition instruction, EAP 116 is a language and academic skills class that focuses on developing strong English language, critical thinking and studentship skills employed by successful students and professionals, in short the habits of mind used when writing about academic and critical topics in academic setting.

 

In addition to continued development of the language skills focused on in EAP 116, we will work on developing scientific and reasoning habits of mind as well as time and project management skills that are required by each academic discipline.




The class is based on investigating a problem from an academic stance. Potential solutions
to the problems will be developed in teams and presented by those teams in project reports and posters.

In the process of creating these presentation materials, you will apply the analytical reading and academic writing skills you developed last semester and continue to develop this term. Additionally, you will further develop your research and notetaking skills and continue to develop vocabulary and studentship skills. The collaborative nature of the project will require you to use interpersonal communication and problem-solving skills as well as collaborative use of technology and resources.

 

 

 

 

Course Goals

If you actively participate in this class, you will learn about:

  • Rhetorical Knowledge (Developing a project):
    • Effectively identify object of study, purpose, problem, key concept, main findings and relevance in other’s work as well as your own
    • Build relationships among key concepts
    • Summarize and analyze texts
  • Language Knowledge (Developing a key concept):
    • Identify complex noun phrases
    • Build a coherent paragraph
    • Identify and build key concepts
  • Process Knowledge (Sustaining a project):
    • Produce drafts that effectively responds to a writing task
    • Respond to feedback on course work  
    • Engage in peer-review
    • Produce and follow a project plan/timeline
    • Product a group project report (inclusive of individual student resumes) and poster

 In addition, by the end of the course, you will be able to…

  • Demonstrate effective note-taking strategies
  • Demonstrate effective reading/annotation strategies 
  • Identify and differentiate main ideas and supporting information
  • Interpret context clues and employ strategies to understand the meaning of unfamiliar words/concepts
  • Integrate course-related vocabulary in writing and in class discussions
  • Demonstrate improved ability to read, analyze, and integrate concepts in written, visual, and oral formats
  • Revise work based on self-assessment as well as feedback from others

 

 

 

EAP 116 K02 is reserved for Patriot Plus Program students.

Course Information from the University Catalog

Credits: 2

This is a language and academic skills course that focuses on developing English language, critical thinking and studentship skills employed by successful engineers, scientists, computer scientists, mathematicians and other STEM professionals; that is, the habits of mind used when writing and producing work within a discipline. In addition, to continue development of the language skills acquired in EAP 110, students will work on developing project analysis habits of mind as well as time and project management skills. This class is based on investigating a problem/theme/issue/situation from a disciplinary stance. Potential approaches to the problems will be developed in teams and presented by those teams in project reports and posters. Limited to three attempts.
Registration Restrictions:

Required Prerequisite: EAP 110C.
C Requires minimum grade of C.

Schedule Type: Lecture
Grading:
This course is graded on the Undergraduate Special scale.

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