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ENG 101 - College Writing I

Rockland / Community College | Spring 2020
March 30, 2020 — 
Section: FT2S
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ENG 104 - Freshman Composition and Literature II

Onondaga / Community College | Spring 2020
March 25, 2020 — 
Teaches students to comprehend, respond to and use the ideas of others in their own writing. Skills such as analytic and critical reading and writing, summarizing, and paraphrasing are developed through the study of literature. Term paper form will also be taught.
Section: 201W
3
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ENG 101 - Writing I

Niagara County / Community College | Spring 2020
March 24, 2020 — 
To view the course description and catalog entry you will need to go to the following link, select the term from the drop down list and click on the submit button.  NCCC Course Descriptions All NCCC online and hybrid courses are run on the NCCC Blackboard learning management system. To access the course visit the NCCC website at: NCCC Website and select Blackboard Learn from the quick links menu. 
Section: W2WK
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ENGL 120 - Communications

Hudson Valley / Community College | Spring 2020
March 23, 2020 — 
This course is designed to introduce the student to the principles and psychology involved in interpersonal and group communication. The program enables the student to express ideas effectively to the public on a personal and professional basis in both the written and oral processes of communication.
Section: 620
1
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ENGL 117 - Mastering Grammar and Punctuation

Hudson Valley / Community College | Spring 2020
March 23, 2020 — 
A command of English grammar, usage and punctuation is essential for success both in academia and the workplace. This course provides students with an overview of the conventions of Standard American English with a goal of improving written communication skills. This course is intended for students who have successfully completed at least one college-level composition course (or equivalent) and would like in-depth study of correct English grammar and punctuation.
Section: 620
1
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ENGL 115 - Library Skills for Research

Hudson Valley / Community College | Spring 2020
March 23, 2020 — 
This course provides an introduction to library research and information literacy. Content will focus on how to create a research strategy for finding, retrieving, using and evaluating information in print and electronic formats including the Internet. Also covered will be many of the academic, legal and ethical issues relating to information. Skills gained can be applied to research papers, projects, professional and personal information needs.  
Section: 620
1
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ENGL 115 - Library Skills for Research

Hudson Valley / Community College | Spring 2020
March 23, 2020 — 
This course provides an introduction to library research and information literacy. Content will focus on how to create a research strategy for finding, retrieving, using and evaluating information in print and electronic formats including the Internet. Also covered will be many of the academic, legal and ethical issues relating to information. Skills gained can be applied to research papers, projects, professional and personal information needs.  
Section: 621
3
credits

ENG 205 - Poetry Writing

North Country / Community College | Spring 2020
March 18, 2020 — 
An introduction to the creative process of writing poetry, in which students will study a variety of work from published poets, as well as the movements associated with them. They will study the basic elements and forms of poetry and develop their own skill in writing a collection of poems.
Section: Z2
3
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ENG 210 - Children's Literature

North Country / Community College | Spring 2020
March 18, 2020 — 
A survey of literature for children, including critical analysis and study of the history of this genre.
Section: Z2
3
credits

ENG 250 - Nature Writing

North Country / Community College | Spring 2020
March 18, 2020 — 
Introductory study of creative nature writing. Students will write their own nature pieces, using classic and contemporary nature texts, as well as writings particular to the Adirondacks, as models of artistic technique.
Section: Z2