Through a lens of cultural identities and diversity, students will explore modes of discourse by reading and analyzing contemporary, critical discourse.  English 111 will guide students through invention, research, writing, and revision methods in order to develop rhetorical skills including description, narration, explanation, research, and documentation. Students completing this course should be able to compose descriptive, researched, and documented essays (of, at least, 1000 words) demonstrating the conventions of standard, written English and manuscript presentation.

Through a lens of cultural identities and diversity, students will explore modes of discourse by reading and analyzing contemporary, critical discourse.  English 111 will guide students through invention, research, writing, and revision methods in order to develop rhetorical skills including description, narration, explanation, research, and documentation. Students completing this course should be able to compose descriptive, researched, and documented essays (of, at least, 1000 words) demonstrating the conventions of standard, written English and manuscript presentation.

Through a lens of cultural identities and diversity, students will explore modes of discourse by reading and analyzing contemporary, critical discourse.  English 111 will guide students through invention, research, writing, and revision methods in order to develop rhetorical skills including description, narration, explanation, research, and documentation. Students completing this course should be able to compose descriptive, researched, and documented essays (of, at least, 1000 words) demonstrating the conventions of standard, written English and manuscript presentation.

Through a lens of cultural identities and diversity, students will explore modes of discourse by reading and analyzing contemporary, critical discourse.  English 111 will guide students through invention, research, writing, and revision methods in order to develop rhetorical skills including description, narration, explanation, research, and documentation. Students completing this course should be able to compose descriptive, researched, and documented essays (of, at least, 1000 words) demonstrating the conventions of standard, written English and manuscript presentation.

Through a lens of cultural identities and diversity, students will explore modes of discourse by reading and analyzing contemporary, critical discourse.  English 111 will guide students through invention, research, writing, and revision methods in order to develop rhetorical skills including description, narration, explanation, research, and documentation. Students completing this course should be able to compose descriptive, researched, and documented essays (of, at least, 1000 words) demonstrating the conventions of standard, written English and manuscript presentation.

Through a lens of cultural identities and diversity, students will explore modes of discourse by reading and analyzing contemporary, critical discourse.  English 111 will guide students through invention, research, writing, and revision methods in order to develop rhetorical skills including description, narration, explanation, research, and documentation. Students completing this course should be able to compose descriptive, researched, and documented essays (of, at least, 1000 words) demonstrating the conventions of standard, written English and manuscript presentation.