ENGL1205 - Writing About Literature

Credits
3 (3/0/0)
Description
Meets MnTC Goal Area 1. This course builds on the foundations of College Writing and provides students with additional opportunities to develop fluency in their writing through a process approach. Students will read critically from a variety of literary genres, explore meaning through academic research and respond through discussion and writing.
Prerequisites
Competencies
  1. Define genres of literature.
  2. Identify the conventions of literary genres.
  3. Analyze literature from various perspectives.
  4. Exhibit an awareness of context when analyzing a text.
  5. Exhibit increased openness to literary inquiry.
  6. Formulate informed questions about literature.
  7. Draw inferences from multiple primary and secondary academic resources.
  8. Respond critically via discussion and writing.
  9. Establish a position and synthesize information from sources to support that position.
  10. Apply ethical standards when writing.
  11. Document sources according to the standards of a discipline.
  12. Refine drafting, revising and editing skills.
  13. Develop style and voice through writing.
Goal Areas
1. Communication
Degrees that use this course

Engineering

Associate of Science (AS)

Environmental Science

Associate of Science (AS)

History Transfer Pathway AA

Associate of Arts (AA)

Liberal Arts and Sciences

Associate of Arts (AA)

Music

Associate of Fine Arts (AFA)

Political Science Pathway

Associate of Arts (AA)

Psychology Transfer Pathway

Associate of Arts (AA)

Theatre Transfer Pathway

Associate of Fine Arts (AFA)