ENGH 100: Composition for Multilingual Writers

ENGH 100-K01: Composition Multilingl Writers
(Fall 2022)

04:00 PM to 05:45 PM MW

Mason Korea (119 Songdomunhwa-ro, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, Korea) G205

Section Information for Fall 2022

ENGH 100 - K01: Composition Multilingl Writers

The English 100 curriculum works to create engaged citizens who understand that writing is a social, rhetorical act and can effectively analyze and respond to the writing situations they encounter within and beyond the university walls.  This courses help student writers--who may be developing their confidence, critical thinking, flexibility, control of language, and sense of ownership--learn to analyze, research, and produce texts of varying genres that engage a range of audiences.

The theme for this section of ENGH 100 is 'Social Justice'.  Simply put, the notion of social justice is that people should have the same opportunities and be treated equally by governments and organizations regardless of their religion, the color of their skin, their sexual orientation or identity, and any other distinguishable traits or characteristics.  We often think about social justice in terms of the opposite - social injustice, or the lack of equal treatment given to people and groups.  We see injustices in the world around us in countless ways, and in this section of ENGH 100 we will read and write texts that identify and respond to a variety of injustices in the world.  

ENGH 100 K01 is reserved for Patriot Plus Program students.


Course Information from the University Catalog

Credits: 4

Provides student writers with the skills and mindsets needed to effectively respond to a range of academic and public writing situations with a special focus on the role of language in written communication. Multilingual students—students who are fluent in English and/or students for whom English is an additional language—develop rhetorical reading and writing strategies that attend to the linguistic features and moves enacted in a range of non-fiction genres. Students learn to: engage in a process of discovery and consider diverse perspectives before making a judgment, taking a stance, or proposing a solution; locate, evaluate, and synthesize source material to discover and answer complex questions; and reflect on their linguistic choices and research and writing processes. Note: Students must attain a minimum grade of C to fulfill degree requirements. Equivalent to ENGH 101, ENGH 122.
Schedule Type: Lecture, Recitation
This course is graded on the Undergraduate Regular scale.

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