Demonstrate the ability to write competently using a narrative and descriptive genre.

reflect upon each of the following questions, and then prepare a short Self Reflective Essay in which you address them:

How and in what ways do you feel that you improved your knowledge, skills, abilities, and/or yourself in this session through this course?
How well do you feel you performed in this class, and how do feel you can improve your performance in the future?
What topics in this course did you not understand and/or were not able to apply or implement as well as you would have liked, and what suggestions do you have about how to improve the course material on those topics?
How might you measure the future effects of what you have learned in this course on your future progress/improvement?
To what extent do you believe that you achieved the course objectives (listed on the module 6 home page and course syllabus page)?
This Self Reflective Essay is a REQUIRED course component. You need to upload the essay in the corresponding area of CourseNet.


Course Description
Introductory writing skills, continued. Students will develop skills in various types of writing, including descriptive writing, expository writing, narrative writing, discussive writing, and argumentative writing. Students will have at least two graded writing assignments each module.
Significance of the Course within the Program
The General Education objectives are listed here.
Expected outcomes of TUI’s General Education courses should enable students to do the following:
1. Demonstrate Rhetorical Knowledge
o Focus on Purpose
o Respond to the needs of different audiences
o Adopt appropriate voice, tone, and level of formality
2. Demonstrate Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing
o Integrate their own ideas with those of others
o Understand the relationships among language, knowledge and power
o Use writing as a critical thinking method
3. Demonstrate knowledge of Processes
o Be aware it usually takes multiple drafts to create and complete a successful text
o Develop flexible strategies for generating, revising, editing, and proof-reading
o Understand writing as an open process that permits writers to use later invention and rethinking to revise their work
4. Demonstrate Knowledge of Conventions
o Learn common formats for different kinds of texts
o Control such surface features as syntax, grammar, punctuation, and spelling
o Practice appropriate means of documenting their work
Course Overview
The goal of English 102 is to build on skills learned in ENG 101 by having students continue to experience the composing/writing process, rhetorical situation, narrative and description writing as well as the basics of argument and recognizing audience. Students will also experience information literacy and critical reading and writing skills. The course also aims to prepare students to conduct library research using APA format.
Learning Objectives
By the end of this course, the student shall be able to satisfy the following outcomes expectations:
• Module 1
o Demonstrate breadth and depth of understanding of the assigned topic in writing.
o Demonstrate the ability to organize content logically, concisely, and in a manner appropriate to the assignment
o Demonstrate the ability to write competently using a narrative and descriptive genre.
• Module 2
o Prepare a critical narrative using organization, logic, resources, and standard English.
• Module 3
o Prepare a concise argument using comparisons and contrasts, using logic and resources.
o Present an argument that is appropriate for its intended audience.
• Module 4
o Demonstrate the ability to properly cite in-text citations and record them on the list of references.
o Demonstrates the ability to effectively use transitions to aid the reader’s comprehension.
o Demonstrate the ability to appropriately incorporate quality, relevant sources in support of ideas within the document.
• Module 5
o Demonstrate the ability to properly cite in-text citations and record them on the list of references.
o Demonstrate the ability to compose an annotated bibliography in APA format .
o Demonstrate the ability to use one’s own words in support of the text and not be overly dependent on outside sources.
• Module 6
o Reflect upon and integrate course concepts .

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