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ENG 051 A-      1 A student taking the individualized instruction provided in English 51/52 will improve
D                 writing and grammar skills in his/her area(s) of identified need.

ENG 052 A-      1 A student taking the individualized instruction provided in English 51/52 will improve
D                 writing and grammar skills in his/her area(s) of identified need.

ENG 090         1 READING: Identify main ideas and key supporting ideas in paragraphs or short essays.

                2 READING: Draw basic conclusions using evidence in paragraphs or short essays.

                3 GRAMMAR: Identify the parts of speech.
                4 GRAMMAR: Identify the major components of a sentence, including subjects, verbs,
                  phrases, and clauses
                5 GRAMMAR: Use basic punctuation correctly in order to avoid fragments, run-ons, and
                  comma splices
                6 GRAMMAR: Recognize and correct shifts in verb tense and point of view
                7 GRAMMAR: Recognize and correct commonly misused and confused words.
                8 WRITING: Combine simple sentences using coordination, subordination, and modifiers.

                9 WRITING: Compose sentences using coordination and subordination
               10 WRITING: Employ the writing process (invention, drafting, revising, editing, and
                  reflection) to organize and develop a paragraph focusing on one main idea with
                  supporting details.
               11 WRITING: Apply an appropriate level of vocabulary and diction in their own sentences
                  and paragraphs.
               12 PERSONAL DEV: Organize both completed work and work in progress in order to track
                  improvement
               13 PERSONAL DEV: Demonstrate good time management.



ENG 090R        1 Identify main ideas and supporting details in level-appropriate texts. (rev. wording
                  from original #1)
                2 Recognize the difference between key concepts and supporting elements in level-
                  appropriate texts.
                3 Independently select, read, and comprehend fiction and non-fiction materials
                  commensurate with their reading levels.
                4 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate. (rev. wording from original #4)

                5 Use structural analysis and context clues to determine meaning of vocabulary in fiction
                  and non-fiction texts.
                6 Use structural analysis and pronunciation key to facilitate correct pronunciation of
                  words.
                7 Demonstrate an increased appreciation for the value of reading. (rev. wording from
                  original #7)

ENG 098         1 READING: Identify literal and implied main ideas, supporting details, examples, and
                  illustrations in both student and professional writing.
                2 READING: Comprehend various test questions and writing prompts.
                3 READING: Paraphrase and summarize both student and professional writing.
            4 GRAMMAR: Identify and repair common sentence problems such as, but not limited to,
              comma splices, run-ons, fragments, subject-verb agreement errors, ambiguous
              pronoun references, and pronoun agreement errors.
            5 GRAMMAR: Analyze basic sentence patterns in their own writing and the writing of
              others in order to recognize the logic associated with coordination and subordination.

            6 GRAMMAR: Use punctuation correctly.
            7 GRAMMAR: Recognize and correct commonly misused and confused words.



ENG 98      8 WRITING: Compose sentences using the four basic sentence patterns (simple,
              compound, complex, and compound-complex), subordinating minor ideas using
              dependent clauses and emphasizing major ideas using independent clauses.

            9 WRITING: Understand and use the writing process (invention, drafting, revising, editing,
              and reflection) to develop clear, coherent paragraphs controlled by topic sentences,
              supported with adequate detail, completed with appropriate conclusions, and utilizing
              various rhetorical patterns.
           10 WRITING: Recognize and apply the basic principles of grammar, punctuation, and
              mechanics to their own writing.
           11 WRITING: Create a multi-paragraph composition containing a thesis, body paragraphs
              with topic sentences, content developed with adequate supporting material,
              transitions, and an appropriate conclusion.
           12 WRITING: Include smooth transitions between sentences and paragraphs to
              demonstrate a clear connection among ideas.
           13 WRITING: Choose vocabulary to make explanations detailed and precise, descriptions
              rich, and actions clear and vivid (e.g. varied word choices, action words, appropriate
              modifiers, sensory details).
           14 WRITING: Format paragraphs and compositions according to MLA manuscript
              standards.

ENG 098R    1 Identify main ideas and supporting details in level-appropriate texts. (rev. wording from
              original #1)
            2 Independently select, read, and comprehend fiction and non-fiction materials
              commensurate with their reading levels.




ENG 098R    3 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate. (rev. wording from original #4)

            4 Clarify an understanding of a text through the use of previewing, annotating, and
              summarizing skills in level-appropriate texts.
            5 Use inferential and critical thinking skills to respond to, summarize, and evaluate level-
              appropriate materials.
            6 Use context clues to determine meaning of vocabulary in fiction and non-fiction texts.

            7 Demonstrate an increased appreciation for the value of reading in level-appropriate
              texts. (rev. wording from original #7)

ENG 105-    1 Restate the main idea and draw accurate conclusions in level-appropriate texts. (rev.
106-107       wording from original #1)
          2 Independently select, read, and comprehend fiction and non-fiction materials
            commensurate with their reading levels.
          3 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate. (rev. wording from original #4)

          4 Develop and apply inferential skills to identify the difference between fact and opinion
            and to interpret biases as well as the connotative meanings of idioms and figures of
            speech.
          5 Understand, question, and clarify information using annotating, note-taking, and
            summarizing skills at the college textbook level.
          6 Use context clues to determine meaning of vocabulary in fiction and non-fiction texts.

          7 Demonstrate an increased appreciation for the value of reading in level-appropriate
            texts. (rev. wording from original #7)




ENG 108   1 Demonstrate increased usage, in speech and writing, of college-level vocabulary
            introduced in class.
          2 Recognize common roots, prefixes and suffixes, and be able to apply this knowledge to
            new words.
          3 Use the dictionary and thesaurus to build vocabulary.

ENG 110   1 READING: Read critically, identifying the theses/claims and key supporting details in a
            variety of works, emphasizing non-fiction texts.
          2 READING: Identify rhetorical patterns and essay structure as guides to understanding
            content development, taking into account purpose and audience.

          3 READING: Evaluate the extent to which facts and sources are credible, representative,
            and relevant.
          4 READING: For supplemental fictional texts, identify elements of fiction (plot, character,
            theme, tone, etc.) as well as the arguments a piece of literature makes.

          5 WRITING: Understand and use the writing process to develop clear, coherent essays
            controlled by thesis statements, supported with adequate details, and completed with
            appropriate conclusions. (modest rev. of wording from original #5)

          6 WRITING: Make effective choices regarding organization, diction, tone, sentence
            structure, sentence variety, and transitional devices.
          7 WRITING: Develop thoughtful, well-reasoned responses to a variety of expository and
            argumentative writing assignments while implementing different rhetorical modes.

          8 WRITING: Format all assignments according to current MLA manuscript standards.




ENG 110   9 WRITING: Conduct research in response to a question, problem, or issue and be able to
            synthesize information, draw conclusions, and incorporate evidence into assignments,
            documenting such evidence according to current MLA standards (with a Works Cited
            page and in-text parenthetical citations).
ENG 110R   1 Summarize and analyze college-level materials, i.e. short essays, content specific
             articles, textbook chapters, etc. (rev. of wording from original #1)
           2 Independently select, read, and comprehend fiction and non-fiction materials
             commensurate with their reading levels.
           3 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate. (rev. wording from original #3)

           4 Develop and apply inferential skills to identify the difference between fact and opinion
             and to interpret biases as well as the connotative meanings of idioms and figures of
             speech.
           5 Understand, question, and clarify information using annotating, note-taking, and
             summarizing skills at the college textbook level.
           6 Use context clues to determine meaning of vocabulary in fiction and non-fiction texts.

           7 Demonstrate an increased appreciation for the value of reading at the college level.
             (rev. wording from original #7)

ENG 112    1 Define the three major literary genres and use basic literary terminology associated
             with the genres to respond subjectively and objectively to literature.

           2 Distinguish between content and form in literature.
           3 Use literature to better understand the human experience.



ENG 118    1 Acquire and use a wide vocabulary of technical terms relevant to the study of language.

           2 Apply various methods of grammatical analysis, such as traditional and ?
           3 Recognize linguistic diversity and the circumstances producing social and ethnic
             dialects.
           4 Identify the lexical categories, describe them, and practice determining the category to
             which given English words belong.
           5 Demonstrate an active awareness of the structure of the English language by analyzing
             sentences and breaking them down into their constituent parts.

ENG 120    1 READING: Read critically and analytically, identifying central arguments (theses/claims)
             and lines of reasoning in a number of different kinds of texts, emphasizing non-fiction
             texts.
           2 READING: Recognize specific rhetorical strategies writers employ to advance their
             arguments (theses/claims), taking into account purpose and audience.
           3 READING: Locate and evaluate primary and secondary sources for depth, breadth,
             credibility, and relevance, using the library databases and Internet; books and printed
             scholarly articles; and non-print sources such as audio/visual, interviews, site visits, and
             field studies.
           4 READING: Identify, evaluate, and synthesize multiple points of view, noting how various
             perspectives inform, complicate, and/or build upon one another.
           5 READING: Recognize that all writing takes place in contexts, such as historical, cultural,
             biographical, religious, and political.
           6 WRITING: Employ a variety of organizational patterns to support or advance central
             ideas (theses/claims).



ENG 120
           7 WRITING: Make effective choices regarding point of view, tone, and voice in relation to
             audience and purpose.
           8 WRITING: Conduct research in response to a question, problem, or issue, defining and
             articulating the nature and extent of information needed.
           9 WRITING: Synthesize, integrate, and contextualize multiple outside sources (through
             quotations, paraphrasing, and summary) with their own voice, analysis, or position,
             while avoiding plagiarism.
          10 WRITING: Understand the value of accurately formatting papers and citing sources
             applying conventions such as MLA style.

ENG 122    1 Recognize and describe the three major literary genres and use basic literary
             terminology associated with the genres to discuss, summarize, analyze, and interpret
             diverse, canonical literary texts.
           2 Write evidence-based literary analyses demonstrating close reading and interpretive
             skills.
           3 Develop and apply critical and aesthetic criteria to better understand literature and the
             human experience.

ENG 124    1 ANALYTICAL READING: Students will become autonomous readers of various expository
             prose arguments (as well as arguments made in films, television, literature,
             advertisements, photographs, editorials, and cartoons); they will be able to do the
             following:
           2 ANALYTICAL READING: Articulate the argument and ideological assumptions in a
             number of primarily non-fiction texts, explaining the relationship between the
             argument and the ways writers support/advance their main claims.

ENG 124    3 ANALYTICAL READING: Understand and articulate how rhetorical context, especially
             audience and purpose, affects writers’ choices in content, structure, diction, and tone.

           4 ANALYTICAL READING: Analyze and evaluate rhetorical choices made by authors,
             including appeals to needs and values and the use of logical, emotional, and ethical
             appeals.
           5 ANALYTICAL READING: Recognize problems in logic and reasoning, especially through
             understanding of fallacies, induction, deduction, and models such as those of Toulmin
             and Rogers.
           6 ANALYTICAL WRITING: Students will become autonomous writers of expository prose
             arguments (as well as of analyses of arguments made in films, television, literature,
             advertisements, photographs, editorials, and cartoons); they will be able to do the
             following:
           7 ANALYTICAL WRITING: Make effective choices in content, structure, diction, and tone in
             relation to audience and purpose.
           8 ANALYTICAL WRITING: Conduct independently-conceived research in response to a
             question, problem, or issue, defining and articulating the nature and extent of
             information needed.
           9 ANALYTICAL WRITING: Locate, analyze, evaluate, synthesize, and organize source
             information.
          10 ANALYTICAL WRITING: Integrate ideas and information from outside sources (through
             quotation, paraphrase, and summary) with their own voice, analysis, or position.

          11 ANALYTICAL WRITING: Use logical, ethical, and emotional appeals, avoiding logical
             fallacies in thought and language and utilizing a variety of rhetorical strategies.
ENG 124    12 ANALYTICAL WRITING: Acknowledge and evaluate opposing viewpoints and the
              underlying assumptions, using concession and refutation when appropriate.
           13 ANALYTICAL WRITING: Proofread, edit, revise, and reflect upon their writing to achieve
              a high level of proficiency.
           14 ANALYTICAL WRITING: Master and utilize MLA formatting principles for manuscript
              layout and documentation of research.

ENG 126     1 Identify and employ basic elements in literature, working from imagination and
              memory, to invent, draft, revise, and reflect upon creaive writing in the four literary
              genres: poetry, fiction, drama, and creative nonfiction. (rev. of wording from original
              #1)
            2 Recognize writing as a process rather than an immediate product and practice the
              developed habits of a writer, including inventing, drafting, revising, and reflecting on
              one’s own written work
            3 Interpret the poetry, fiction, drama, and creative nonfiction of established and/or
              emerging writers. (rev. of wording from original #3)
            4 Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own manuscript as well as the manuscripts
              of others and work collaboratively instead of competitively to give as well as receive
              constructive feedback (both oral and written)
            5 Understand the benefit of cultivating a community of writers




ENG 130-    1 Employ elements of fiction (i.e., point of view, setting, description, sources of conflict,
131-132-      plot, characters, dialog, and theme) and use specific details from memory, imagination,
133           knowledge, and research to invent, draft, revise, and reflect upon short fictions with an
              understanding of traditional and experimental or innovative approaches. (rev. of
              wording from original #1)
            2 Recognize fiction writing as a craft and practice the habits of a writer, including
              frequent writing, revising, and reflecting
            3 Interpret and assess short fiction of established and/or emerging writers. (rev. of
              wording from original #3)
            4 Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own manuscript as well as the manuscripts
              of others (both orally and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and critic

            5 Understand the benefit of cultivating and supporting a community of writer

ENG 134-    1 Employ elements of creative nonfiction (i.e., setting, character, sources of conflict,
135-136-      description, dialog, plot, tone, diction, rhythm), drawing on a diversity of sources that
137           are personal, cultural, and/or observational, to invent, draft, revise, and reflect upon
              creative nonfiction with an understanding of the various subgenres of the form,
              including memoir, personal essay; literary journalism; cultural criticism; and feature
              articles, including the travel essay, music or nature writing. (modest rev. of wording
              from the original #1)

            2 Recognize creative nonfiction writing as a craft and practice the habits of a writer,
              including frequent writing, revising, and reflecting
           3 Interpret and assess the creative nonfiction of established and/or emerging writers.
             (rev. of wording from original #3)

ENG 134-   4 Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own manuscript as well as the manuscripts
135-136-     of others (both orally and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and critic
137
           5 Understand the benefit of cultivating and supporting a community of writers

ENG 140-   1 Employ elements of poetry (i.e., voice, diction, imagery, sound, rhythm) and use
141-142-     specific details from memory, imagination, knowledge, and research to invent, draft,
143          revise, and reflect upon poems in free verse and traditional forms, as well forms
             considered experimental or innovative. (rev. of wording from original #1)

           2 Recognize poetry writing as a craft and practice the habits of a poet, including frequent
             writing, revising, and reflecting
           3 Interpret and assess the poetry of established and/or emerging poets. (rev. of wording
             from original #3)
           4 Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own manuscript as well as the manuscripts
             of others (both orally and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and critic.

           5 Understand the benefit of cultivating and supporting a community of writers

ENG 145-   1 Analyze and evaluate literary periodicals to demonstrate understanding of the
146-147-     publishing field and strengthen editorial skills.
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           2 Solicit, professionally evaluate, select, edit, assemble, and proofread manuscripts and
             art. (rev. wording from the original #2)
           3 Edit short fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, drama, and novel excerpts and prepare
             and proofread typeset manuscripts
           4 Discuss and select the order of poetry and prose



ENG 145-   5 Evaluate, select, and arrange photographs and drawings in order to design the finished
146-147-     version of a literary journal
148
           6 Manage and publicize a literary journal.
           7 Understand the benefit of cultivating and supporting a community of writers

ENG 160-   1 Employ the elements of playwriting (i.e., dialogue, character, voice and vernacular,
161-162-     stage use, setting, properties, pacing, plot and directions), and apply the conventions of
163          manuscript style with regard to Dramatis Personae, acts and scenes, dialogue tags, and
             directions, to invent, draft, revise, and reflect upon practicable drama for the stage and
             screen. (rev. wording from original #1)

           2 Recognize playwriting as a craft and practice the habits of a playwright, including
             frequent writing, revising, and reflecting
           3 Interpret and assess the scripts and live performances of established and/or emerging
             drama writers. (rev. wording from original #3)
           4 Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own manuscript as well the manuscripts of
             others (both orally and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and critic

           5 Understand the benefit of cultivating and supporting a community of writers and stage
             their original works of drama
ENG 175-     1 Employ elements of novel writing (i.e., point of view, setting, description, sources of
176-177-       conflict, plot, characters, dialog, organization, and theme) and use specific details from
178            memory, imagination, knowledge, and research to invent, draft, revise, and reflect
               upon scenes and chapters with an understanding of traditional and experimental or
               innovative approaches. (rev. wording from original #1)


ENG 175-     2 Recognize novel writing as a craft and practice the habits of a writer, including frequent
176-177-       writing, revising, and reflecting
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             3 Interpret and assess the fiction of established and/or emerging novelists. (rev. wording
               from original #3)
             4 Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own manuscript as well as the manuscripts
               of others (both orally and in writing) to advance growth as writer and critic

             5 Understand the benefit of cultivating and supporting a community of writers

ENG 195 A-   1 Our students will be able to explain the importance of community exposure to English
D              and will help develop community-based learning experiences at appropriate
               community sites or with English students
ENG 198R     1 After engaging in a standardized reading tutoring session that focuses on a textbook,
               the targeted student will apply improved study skills strategies when reading his or her
               textbooks

ENG 198W     1 While engaging in an individualized writing skills tutoring session or sessions, a student
               will work on and improve his or her understanding of one or more of the following
               concepts: The rules of English grammar and/or mechanics; Prewriting; Rhetorical
               methods; Paragraph structure; Essay structure; Citations and MLA format for research
               assignments
ENG 199      1 Conduct individual study, research, or projects in English.
             2 Compose well-supported, coherent, and error-free discourse(s) to communicate
               effectively with a target audience.
             3 Apply the skills necessary to work independently and/or collaboratively (including self-
               monitoring, time management, and resource acquisition).

ENG 201      1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
               interpret diverse images of women in literature.
             2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of images of women in literature demonstrating
               close reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

             3 Recognize and critique how images of women in literature across various cultures and
               time periods both shape and reflect women’s lives.

ENG 203      1 Use literary terminology to analyze, synthesize, and interpret children’s books,
               emphasizing Newberry and Caldecott award winners, for literary and artistic appeal.

             2 Develop and create materials useful for encouraging reading readiness and
               development in children.
             3 Analyze standards of the literary world and child development experts for literature for
               the school-age child, and evaluate theories, research and sound practices relating to
               the use of literature for learning.
ENG 215   1 Use literary terminology related to the study of myth and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret world mythology.
          2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of myth demonstrating close reading and
            interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.
          3 Recognize and critique mythological allusions in literature and popular media such as
            film, television, video games, and the Internet.




ENG 217   1 Use literary terminology within the genres of science fiction and fantasy and basic
            critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret fantasy and science fiction
            literature.
          2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of fantasy and science fiction demonstrating
            close reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

          3 Recognize and critique established and contemporary fantasy and science fiction
            writers, both in terms of the genres themselves and also in comparison with other
            genres, and in their representation in popular media such as film, television, video
            games, and the Internet.

ENG 218   1 Use literary terminology related to the study of drama and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret William Shakespeare’s plays.

          2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of William Shakespeare’s plays demonstrating
            close reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.


          3 Identify Shakespeare’s themes, techniques, philosophies, and conventions in regard to
            comedy, history, and tragedy.
          4 Integrate knowledge of Elizabethan audiences, culture, politics, beliefs, and history into
            one’s appreciation of Shakespeare’s plays.

ENG 219   1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret views of death and dying in diverse literary works.
          2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of views of death and dying in literature
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and
            argumentative strategies.

ENG 219   3 Recognize and critique cultural, social and personal perspectives of death and dying in
            literature that characterize our humanity.

ENG 221   1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret the major writers of the British Isles from the Old English Period through the
            end of the 18th century.
          2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of British literature demonstrating close reading
            and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

          3 Identify relationships between the literature and the linguistic, literary, religious,
            political, philosophical, and social developments of the British Isles from the Old English
            period through the end of the 18th century.
ENG 222   1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret the major writers of the British Isles from the Romantic Period through the
            present.
          2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of British literature demonstrating close reading
            and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

          3 Identify relationships between the literature and the linguistic, literary, religious,
            political, philosophical, and social developments of the British Isles from the Romantic
            period through the present.




ENG 225   1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret the narratives of the Hebrew people.
          2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of the narratives of the Hebrew people from a
            non-sectarian literary perspective demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills,
            logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.
          3 Identify relationships between the literature and the linguistic, literary, religious,
            political, philosophical, and social developments of the Middle East.

          4 Recognize and appraise the Bible’s contribution to other major literary works and
            Western Civilization.

ENG 226   1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret historical texts of the Hebrew people and the writings of the prophets.

          2 Write evidence-based analyses of the Hebrew people and the writings of the prophets
            from a non-sectarian literary perspective demonstrating close reading and interpretive
            skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

          3 Identify relationships between the literature and the linguistic, literary, religious,
            political, philosophical, and social developments of the Middle East.

          4 Recognize and appraise the Bible’s contribution to other major literary works and
            Western Civilization




ENG 227   1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret the literary forms of the Old Testament.
          2 Write evidence-based analyses of the literary forms of the Old Testament from a non-
            sectarian literary perspective demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
            reasoning, and argumentative strategies.
          3 Identify relationships between the literature and the linguistic, literary, religious,
            political, philosophical, and social developments of the Middle East.

          4 Recognize and appraise the Bible’s contribution to other major literary works and
            Western Civilization.

ENG 228   1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret the New Testament.
          2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of the New Testament from a non-sectarian
            literary perspective demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
            reasoning, and argumentative strategies.
          3 Identify relationships between the literature and the linguistic, literary, religious,
            political, philosophical, and social developments of the Middle East.

          4 Recognize and appraise the Bible’s contribution to other major literary works and
            Western Civilization.




ENG 231   1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret the major writers from Pre-Colonial America to the Civil War.

          2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of American literature demonstrating close
            reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

          3 Identify relationships between the literature and the linguistic, literary, religious,
            political, philosophical, and social developments in America from the Pre-Colonial
            period to the Civil War.

ENG 232   1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret the major writers from the Civil War to the present.
          2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of American literature demonstrating close
            reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

          3 Identify relationships between the literature and the linguistic, literary, religious,
            political, philosophical, and social developments of America from the Civil War to the
            present.

ENG 236   1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret Chicano literary works in various genres.

          2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of Chicano literature demonstrating close
            reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

          3 Differentiate the characteristics and thematic content of Chicano literature from Euro-
            American literature and construct an understanding of the Chicano experience through
            Chicano literary works.
ENG 236   4 Identify relationships between the literature and the linguistic, literary, religious,
            political, philosophical, and social developments throughout history to the present.


ENG 237   1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret American Indian literary works in various genres.
          2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of American Indian literature demonstrating
            close reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

          3 Differentiate between American Indian and Euro-American literary themes in terms of
            historical and social significance and assess the social and political impact of American
            Indian literature on American culture and society at large.

          4 Identify relationships between the literature and the linguistic, literary, religious,
            political, philosophical, and social developments throughout history to the present.


ENG 238   1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret Black literary works in various genres.
          2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of Black literature demonstrating close reading
            and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

          3 Differentiate the characteristics and thematic content of Black literature from other
            literatures and describe the issues facing Black writers within American culture: quest
            for authenticity, theme of journey toward social and spiritual freedom, and the
            importance of community, protest, and activism.




ENG 238   4 Identify relationships between the literature and the linguistic, literary, religious,
            political, philosophical, and social developments throughout history to the present.


ENG 241   1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret literature in a wide variety of genres from the Ancient world to the
            Renaissance.
          2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of the literature from the Ancient world to the
            Renaissance demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and
            argumentative strategies.
          3 Compare and contrast the form and content of different literary movements and the
            events which helped to shape those movements.
          4 Identify relationships between the literature and the linguistic, literary, religious,
            political, philosophical, and social developments from the Ancient world to the
            Renaissance.

ENG 242   1 Use literary terminology and basic literary theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret literature of the Western World from the Enlightenment to the present.

          2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of the literature from the Enlightenment to the
            present demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and
            argumentative strategies.
          3 Compare and contrast the form and content of different literary movements and the
            events which helped to shape those movements.
           4 Identify relationships between the literature and the linguistic, literary, religious,
             political, philosophical, and social developments from the Enlightenment to the
             present.



ENG 275    1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
             interpret a body of literature belonging to a specific time period.

           2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of a literary period demonstrating close reading
             and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

           3 Identify relationships between the literature and the linguistic, literary, religious,
             political, philosophical, and social developments of a particular time period.


ENG 276    1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
             interpret the body of literature belonging to a major author.
           2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of the works of a major author demonstrating
             close reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

           3 Identify relationships between the literature of a major author, his/her biography, and
             the linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and social developments that
             influenced the author and his/her work.

ENG 277    1 Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
             interpret a body of literature representing a specific literary theme.

           2 Write evidence-based literary analyses of works representing a specific literary theme
             demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and
             argumentative strategies.
           3 Identify relationships between the theme of the literature and the relevant linguistic,
             literary, religious, political, philosophical, and social developments.




ENG 298    1 Upon successful completion of this course, students will have the skills to describe,
             distinguish, and apply components of the discipline within a specialized topic of the
             discipline.

ENG 299A   1 ENGLISH 299A: Upon successful completion of this course, students will have the skills
             to define and analyze components of the discipline within a specialized topic of the
             discipline.
ENG 299B   1 ENGLISH 299B: Upon successful completion of this course, students will have the skills
             to synthesize components of the discipline within a specialized topic of the discipline.
Students who
complete this
program of
studies will be                                                                                             UA/
able to:          (fill in Program SLOs below):                       PC       I/TL ML   SI   EC       CC   H
                  Understand the uses of language to express
ENGLISH           ideas in a variety of texts.                                                X

                  Develop reading efficiency and appreciation in
                  order to critically engage, analyze, and evaluate
                  multiple genres of texts.                                                   X             X

                  Make effective choices that demonstrate their
                  autonomy as expository and/or creative writers.                             X

                  Critically analyze, assess, contextualize, and
                  synthesize sources within their writing.                     X
                  Recognize, appreciate, and evaluate multiple
                  cultural perspectives.                                                               X
                  Participate in various communities, such as
                  academic, artistic, civic, and professional         X
                  Use literary terminology and basic critical theory
                  (e.g., Reader Response, New Criticism,
                  Biographical, Comparative, New Historicism,
                  Psychoanalytical, Cultural, Gender) to examine
                  and respond subjectively and objectively to
LITERATURE        literature.                                                                 3,4,5         1,2
                  Apply critical thinking and close reading skills to
                  create informed, evidence based, oral and
                  written discourse about literature.                                         3,4,5         1,2
                  Recognize and interpret the ways in which
                  literature is an expression of individual and
                  human values within diverse historical and social
                  contexts.                                                                            X    1,2
                  Develop an appreciation for literature.
READING           Increase reading rate and fluency.                                               3
                  Improve their vocabulary.                                                        3

                   Increase ability to comprehend college
                  textbooks, fiction, and non-fiction readings.                                    3
                  Develop an appreciation for reading.                                             3              2

                  Create literary works, employing the elements
                  appropriate to one or more chosen genres, in an
                  authorial voice that demonstrates authenticity,
CREATIVE          aesthetic ability, and literary sensibility.
WRITING           (MAPPING: AH 2, 4; PC 2)                                 2                                2,4
              Practice—at a high level of efficiency—the habits
              of a writer, including frequent writing, revising,
              and reflecting. (MAPPING: AH 4; EC 4)                               4           4

              Read and infer like a writer, that is, recognize
              and analyze the dynamic relationship between
              content and form in the literary works of classic,
              contemporary, and new literary voices.
              (MAPPING: AH 2; CC1, 3; EC 3)                                       3 1,3       2

              Use skills as a critic to contribute to and benefit
              from a writers’ workshop. (MAPPING: AH 2, 4; CC               1,2,3
              1, 2, 3; EC 1, 2, 3, 4; PC2)                              2   ,4    1,2,3 2,4
              Value and support the local and greater writing
              community through attendance and/or
              participation in various literary arts activities and
              performances. (MAPPING: AH4; CC 1, 2; EC 2; PC
              3, 4)                                                 3,4           2 1,2       4

              Recognize the logic associated with coordination and
              subordination, correct commonly misused and
              confused words, repair common sentence problems,
              and identify major components of a sentence including
COMPOSITION   punctuation.                                                  4,5
              Recognize literal and implied ideas, draw inferences
              and conclusions, comprehend main ideas and key
              supporting details, identify rhetorical modes, and
              evaluate references.                                          X
              Synthesize multiple points of view while reading
              critically and analytically, recognize problems in logic
              and reasoning, articulate arguments, and identify
              ideological assumptions.                                      X
              Apply the writing process to organize paragraphs and
              essays in a variety of rhetorical patterns; utilize
              principles of grammar, punctuation, and mechanics;
              and choose appropriate diction to make explanations
              detailed and precise.                                         X

              Conduct research pertaining to a particular topic; draw
              inferences and conclusions; incorporate, evaluate, and
              synthesize ideas from multiple references; and learn to
              format research papers accurately using MLA.                  X

              Make effective choices regarding content, structure,
              diction, and tone in relation to audience and purpose.        X
              Use logical, ethical, and emotional appeals while
              avoiding logical fallacies; acknowledge opposing
              viewpoints; and use concession and refutation where
              appropriate.                                                  X
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Code   Productive Citizenry
PC1    Identify and analyze
       ethical problems or
       dilemmas as well as
       identify and describe
       those involved.
PC2    Demonstrate academic
       integrity.
PC3    Comprehend and apply
       the rights,
       responsibilities, and
       privileges required of an
       informed citizen in a
       democratic society.
PC4    Demonstrate an
       understanding of civic,
       social, and
       environmental issues.
PC5    Analyze, apply, and
       practice healthy lifestyle
       choices.
PC6    Apply principles of
       personal financial
       planning and
       management.

Code   Understanding of the
       Arts and Humanities
AH1    Analyze and evaluate
       music as well as the
       visual and performing
       arts.
AH2    Demonstrate basic
       knowledge of the arts,
       literature, history, and
       philosophy.
AH3    Utilize knowledge of
       history and philosophy
       in decision-making.

AH4    Develop creative
       expression.
Code   Informational and
       Technological Literacy

IT1    Utilize basic computer
       applications effectively
       when performing tasks
       that necessitate
       computer use.

IT2    Conduct research,
       critically assess, utilize,
       and cite information.

IT3    Synthesize, integrate,
       and contextualize
       multiple outside sources
       with individual voice,
       analysis, or position.

Code   Cultural Competence
CC1    Demonstrate knowledge
       of one’s own culture as
       well as others.

CC2    Demonstrate the ability
       to interact effectively
       within and across
       cultures.
CC3    Analyze and describe
       the impact religion,
       mass media, politics,
       economics, technology,
       environment, and
       history has on society.


       Demonstrate the ability
       to communicate
       effectively in a language
       other than one’s own.


CC4
Code   Effective
       Communication
EC1    Apply oral
       communication skills in
       order to maintain
       relationships, articulate
       perspectives, and solve
       problems within
       interpersonal, small
       group, and public
       contexts.

       Apply listening skills in
       order to understand,
       analyze, and evaluate
       messages and to
       empathize with and
       support others.

EC2    Read critically and
       analytically, identifying
       central arguments and
       lines of reasoning in a
       number of different
       kinds of texts.

EC3    Demonstrate autonomy
       as writers by making
       effective rhetorical
       choices regarding point
       of view, tone, and voice
       in relation to audience
       and purpose.

       Use logical, ethical, and
       emotional appeals,
       avoiding logical
       fallacies in thought and
       language and utilizing a
       variety of rhetorical
       strategies.

EC4

EC5
Code   Mathematical Literacy

ML1    Apply mathematical
       principles to solve
       problems effectively in
       science, business, and
       everyday life.
ML2    Demonstrate a sense of
       number to make
       informed decisions,
       estimate orders of
       magnitude, read a chart
       or a graph, and follow
       an argument based on
       numerical evidence.

       Apply statistical
       numeracy by making
       sensible estimates, use a
       commonsense approach
       when using data to
       support an argument,
       and judiciously apply
       averages and
       percentages.

ML3
Code   Scientific Inquiry
SI1    Analyze and apply the
       principles of the social,
       behavioral, physical,
       and natural sciences.

SI2    Apply scientific
       methods of inquiry and
       analysis through critical
       reading, research, and
       experimentation.

SI3    Employ quantitative
       reasoning to solve
       problems and justify
       conclusions with
       reasoned and
       scientifically sound
       argument.
       Distinguish between
       unverifiable beliefs and
       the knowledge gained
       through the objectivity
       of science.
SI4    Correctly analyze and
       assess cause and effect
       relationships in natural
       phenomena.
SI5
COURSE #     SLO

                     A student taking the individualized instruction provided in
ENG 051 A-           English 51/52 will improve writing and grammar skills in
D                  1 his/her area(s) of identified need.

                     A student taking the individualized instruction provided in
ENG 052 A-           English 51/52 will improve writing and grammar skills in
D                  1 his/her area(s) of identified need.


                     GRAMMAR: Identify the major components of a sentence,
ENG 090            1 including subjects, verbs, phrases, and clauses

                     GRAMMAR: Use basic punctuation correctly in order to
                   2 avoid fragments, run-ons, and comma splices
                     WRITING: Employ the writing process (invention, drafting,
                     revising, editing, and reflection) to organize and develop a
                     paragraph focusing on one main idea with supporting
                   3 details.

                     Identify main ideas and supporting details in level-
ENG 090R           1 appropriate texts.

                   2 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate.
                     Reports an increased appreciation for the value of
                   3 reading.

                     READING: Comprehend various test questions and writing
ENG 098            1 prompts.
                     READING: Paraphrase and summarize both student and
                   2 professional writing.
                     GRAMMAR: Identify and repair common sentence
                     problems such as, but not limited to, comma splices, run-
                     ons, fragments, subject-verb agreement errors,
                     ambiguous pronoun references, and pronoun agreement
                   3 errors.



                     WRITING: Compose sentences using the four basic
                     sentence patterns (simple, compound, complex, and
                     compound-complex), subordinating minor ideas using
                     dependent clauses and emphasizing major ideas using
ENG 098            4 independent clauses.

                     WRITING: Understand and use the writing process
                     (invention, drafting, revising, editing, and reflection) to
                     develop clear, coherent paragraphs controlled by topic
                     sentences, supported with adequate detail, completed
                     with appropriate conclusions, and utilizing various
                   5 rhetorical patterns.
                     WRITING: Recognize and apply the basic principles of
                     grammar, punctuation, and mechanics to their own
                   6 writing.
             WRITING: Create a multi-paragraph composition
             containing a thesis, body paragraphs with topic sentences,
             content developed with adequate supporting material,
           7 transitions, and an appropriate conclusion.

             Identify main ideas and supporting details in level-
ENG 098R   1 appropriate texts.

           2 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate.
             Reports an increased appreciation for the value of reading
           3 in level-appropriate texts.

ENG 105-     Restate the main idea and draw accurate conclusions in
106-107    1 level-appropriate texts.

           2 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate.
             Reports an increased appreciation for the value of reading
           3 in level-appropriate texts.



             Demonstrate increased use, in speech and writing, of
ENG 108    1 academic vocabulary.

             Demonstrate increased comprehension of appropriate-
           2 level texts based on increased word knowledge.


             READING: Read critically, identifying the theses/claims and
             key supporting details in a variety of works, emphasizing
ENG 110    1 non-fiction texts.
             WRITING: Understand and use the writing process to
             develop clear, coherent essays controlled by thesis
             statements, supported with adequate details, and
             completed with appropriate conclusions. (modest rev. of
           2 wording from original #5)

             WRITING: Conduct research in response to a question,
             problem, or issue and be able to synthesize information,
             draw conclusions, and incorporate evidence into
             assignments, documenting such evidence according to
             current MLA standards (with a Works Cited page and in-
           3 text parenthetical citations).


             Summarize and analyze college-level materials, i.e. short
ENG 110R   1 essays, content specific articles, textbook chapters, etc.

           2 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate.
             Reports an increased appreciation for the value of reading
           3 at the college level.
            Define the three major literary genres and use basic
            literary terminology associated with the genres to respond
ENG 112   1 subjectively and objectively to literature.
          2 Distinguish between content and form in literature.
            Use literature to better understand the human
          3 experience.

            Acquire and use a wide vocabulary of technical terms
ENG 118   1 relevant to the study of language.
            Apply various methods of grammatical analysis, such as
          2 traditional and ?
            Identify the lexical categories, describe them, and practice
            determining the category to which given English words
          3 belong.


            READING: Recognize specific rhetorical strategies writers
            employ to advance their arguments (theses/claims), taking
ENG 120   1 into account purpose and audience.
            READING: Identify, evaluate, and synthesize multiple
            points of view, noting how various perspectives inform,
          2 complicate, and/or build upon one another.

            WRITING: Employ a variety of organizational patterns to
          3 support or advance central ideas (theses/claims).
            WRITING: Synthesize, integrate, and contextualize
            multiple outside sources (through quotations,
            paraphrasing, and summary) with their own voice,
          4 analysis, or position, while avoiding plagiarism.


            Recognize and describe the three major literary genres
            and use basic literary terminology associated with the
            genres to discuss, summarize, analyze, and interpret
ENG 122   1 diverse, canonical literary texts.
            Write evidence-based literary analyses demonstrating
          2 close reading and interpretive skills.



            Develop and apply critical and aesthetic criteria to better
ENG 122   3 understand literature and the human experience.

            ANALYTICAL READING: Articulate the argument and
            ideological assumptions in a number of primarily non-
            fiction texts, explaining the relationship between the
            argument and the ways writers support/advance their
ENG 124   1 main claims.
             ANALYTICAL READING: Analyze and evaluate rhetorical
             choices made by authors, including appeals to needs and
             values and the use of logical, emotional, and ethical
           2 appeals.
             ANALYTICAL READING: Recognize problems in logic and
             reasoning, especially through understanding of fallacies,
             induction, deduction, and models such as those of
           3 Toulmin and Rogers.

             ANALYTICAL WRITING: Integrate ideas and information
             from outside sources (through quotation, paraphrase, and
           4 summary) with their own voice, analysis, or position.

             ANALYTICAL WRITING: Acknowledge and evaluate
             opposing viewpoints and the underlying assumptions,
           5 using concession and refutation when appropriate.


             Identify and employ basic elements in literature, working
             from imagination and memory, to invent, draft, revise,
             and reflect upon creaive writing in the four literary genres:
ENG 126    1 poetry, fiction, drama, and creative nonfiction.
             Interpret the poetry, fiction, drama, and creative
           2 nonfiction of established and/or emerging writers.

             Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
             manuscript as well as the manuscripts of others and work
             collaboratively instead of competitively to give as well as
           3 receive constructive feedback (both oral and written)


             Employ elements of fiction (i.e., point of view, setting,
             description, sources of conflict, plot, characters, dialog,
             and theme) and use specific details from memory,
             imagination, knowledge, and research to invent, draft,
ENG 130-     revise, and reflect upon short fictions with an
131-132-     understanding of traditional and experimental or
133        1 innovative approaches.
             Interpret and assess short fiction of established and/or
           2 emerging writers.
             Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own                 transforma
             manuscript as well as the manuscripts of others (both           tional
             orally and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and      generative
           3 critic                                                          grammar.
             Employ elements of creative nonfiction (i.e., setting,
             character, sources of conflict, description, dialog, plot,
             tone, diction, rhythm), drawing on a diversity of sources
             that are personal, cultural, and/or observational, to
             invent, draft, revise, and reflect upon creative nonfiction
             with an understanding of the various subgenres of the
ENG 134-     form, including memoir, personal essay; literary
135-136-     journalism; cultural criticism; and feature articles,
137        1 including the travel essay, music or nature writing.
             Interpret and assess the creative nonfiction of established
           2 and/or emerging writers.
             Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
             manuscript as well as the manuscripts of others (both
             orally and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and
           3 critic




             Employ elements of poetry (i.e., voice, diction, imagery,
             sound, rhythm) and use specific details from memory,
             imagination, knowledge, and research to invent, draft,
ENG 140-     revise, and reflect upon poems in free verse and
141-142-     traditional forms, as well forms considered experimental
143        1 or innovative.
             Interpret and assess the poetry of established and/or
           2 emerging poets.
             Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
             manuscript as well as the manuscripts of others (both
             orally and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and
           3 critic.


ENG 145-     Analyze and evaluate literary periodicals to demonstrate
146-147-     understanding of the publishing field and strengthen
148        1 editorial skills.
             Solicit, professionally evaluate, select, edit, assemble, and
           2 proofread manuscripts and art.
           3 Manage and publicize a literary journal.

             Employ the elements of playwriting (i.e., dialogue,
             character, voice and vernacular, stage use, setting,
             properties, pacing, plot and directions), and apply the
             conventions of manuscript style with regard to Dramatis
ENG 160-     Personae, acts and scenes, dialogue tags, and directions,
161-162-     to invent, draft, revise, and reflect upon practicable drama
163        1 for the stage and screen.

             Interpret and assess the scripts and live performances of
           2 established and/or emerging drama writers.
               Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
               manuscript as well the manuscripts of others (both orally
             3 and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and critic




               Employ elements of novel writing (i.e., point of view,
               setting, description, sources of conflict, plot, characters,
               dialog, organization, and theme) and use specific details
               from memory, imagination, knowledge, and research to
ENG 175-       invent, draft, revise, and reflect upon scenes and chapters
176-177-       with an understanding of traditional and experimental or
178          1 innovative approaches.
               Interpret and assess the fiction of established and/or
             2 emerging novelists.
               Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
               manuscript as well as the manuscripts of others (both
               orally and in writing) to advance growth as writer and
             3 critic.


               Our students will be able to explain the importance of
               community exposure to English and will help develop
ENG 195 A-     community-based learning experiences at appropriate
D            1 community sites or with English students

               After engaging in a standardized reading tutoring session
               that focuses on a textbook, the targeted student will apply
               improved study skills strategies when reading his or her
ENG 198R     1 textbooks

               While engaging in an individualized writing skills tutoring
               session or sessions, a student will work on and improve his
               or her understanding of one or more of the following
               concepts: The rules of English grammar and/or mechanics;
               Prewriting; Rhetorical methods; Paragraph structure;
               Essay structure; Citations and MLA format for research
ENG 198W     1 assignments




ENG 199      1 Conduct individual study, research, or projects in English.
               Compose well-supported, coherent, and error-free
               discourse(s) to communicate effectively with a target
             2 audience.
               Apply the skills necessary to work independently and/or
               collaboratively (including self-monitoring, time
             3 management, and resource acquisition).
            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret diverse images
ENG 201   1 of women in literature.
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of images of
            women in literature demonstrating close reading and
            interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative
          2 strategies.
            Recognize and critique how images of women in literature
            across various cultures and time periods both shape and
          3 reflect women’s lives.


            Use literary terminology to analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret children’s books, emphasizing Newberry and
ENG 203   1 Caldecott award winners, for literary and artistic appeal.

            Develop and create materials useful for encouraging
          2 reading readiness and development in children.

            Analyze standards of the literary world and child
            development experts for literature for the school-age
            child, and evaluate theories, research and sound practices
          3 relating to the use of literature for learning.




            Use literary terminology related to the study of myth and
            basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
ENG 215   1 interpret world mythology.
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of myth
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.
            Recognize and critique mythological allusions in literature
            and popular media such as film, television, video games,
          3 and the Internet.

            Use literary terminology within the genres of science
            fiction and fantasy and basic critical theory to discuss,
            analyze, synthesize, and interpret fantasy and science
ENG 217   1 fiction literature.
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of fantasy and
            science fiction demonstrating close reading and
            interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative
          2 strategies.

            Recognize and critique established and contemporary
            fantasy and science fiction writers, both in terms of the
            genres themselves and also in comparison with other
            genres, and in their representation in popular media such
          3 as film, television, video games, and the Internet.
            Use literary terminology related to the study of drama and
            basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
ENG 218   1 interpret William Shakespeare’s plays.
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of William
            Shakespeare’s plays demonstrating close reading and
            interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative
          2 strategies.
            Identify Shakespeare’s themes, techniques, philosophies,
            and conventions in regard to comedy, history, and
          3 tragedy.



            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret views of death
ENG 219   1 and dying in diverse literary works.
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of views of death
            and dying in literature demonstrating close reading and
            interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative
          2 strategies.
            Recognize and critique cultural, social and personal
            perspectives of death and dying in literature that
          3 characterize our humanity.


            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the major
            writers of the British Isles from the Old English Period
ENG 221   1 through the end of the 18th century.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of British literature
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
            social developments of the British Isles from the Old
          3 English period through the end of the 18th century.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the major
            writers of the British Isles from the Romantic Period
ENG 222   1 through the present.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of British literature
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.
            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
            social developments of the British Isles from the Romantic
ENG 222   3 period through the present.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the narratives
ENG 225   1 of the Hebrew people.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of the narratives of
            the Hebrew people from a non-sectarian literary
            perspective demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
          3 social developments of the Middle East.



            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret historical texts
ENG 226   1 of the Hebrew people and the writings of the prophets.

            Write evidence-based analyses of the Hebrew people and
            the writings of the prophets from a non-sectarian literary
            perspective demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
          3 social developments of the Middle East.




            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the literary
ENG 227   1 forms of the Old Testament.

            Write evidence-based analyses of the literary forms of the
            Old Testament from a non-sectarian literary perspective
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
          3 social developments of the Middle East.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the New
ENG 228   1 Testament.
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of the New
            Testament from a non-sectarian literary perspective
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
          3 social developments of the Middle East.


            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the major
ENG 231   1 writers from Pre-Colonial America to the Civil War.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of American
            literature demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.
            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
            social developments in America from the Pre-Colonial
          3 period to the Civil War.



            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the major
ENG 232   1 writers from the Civil War to the present.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of American
            literature demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.
            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
            social developments of America from the Civil War to the
          3 present.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret Chicano literary
ENG 236   1 works in various genres.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of Chicano
            literature demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.
            Differentiate the characteristics and thematic content of
            Chicano literature from Euro-American literature and
            construct an understanding of the Chicano experience
          3 through Chicano literary works.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret American
ENG 237   1 Indian literary works in various genres.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of American Indian
            literature demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.
            Differentiate between American Indian and Euro-
            American literary themes in terms of historical and social
            significance and assess the social and political impact of
            American Indian literature on American culture and
          3 society at large.



            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret Black literary
ENG 238   1 works in various genres.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of Black literature
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

            Differentiate the characteristics and thematic content of
            Black literature from other literatures and describe the
            issues facing Black writers within American culture: quest
            for authenticity, theme of journey toward social and
            spiritual freedom, and the importance of community,
          3 protest, and activism.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret literature in a
            wide variety of genres from the Ancient world to the
ENG 241   1 Renaissance.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of the literature
            from the Ancient world to the Renaissance demonstrating
            close reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and
          2 argumentative strategies.
            Compare and contrast the form and content of different
            literary movements and the events which helped to shape
          3 those movements.


            Use literary terminology and basic literary theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret literature of the
ENG 242   1 Western World from the Enlightenment to the present.
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of the literature
            from the Enlightenment to the present demonstrating
            close reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and
          2 argumentative strategies.



            Compare and contrast the form and content of different
            literary movements and the events which helped to shape
ENG 242   3 those movements.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret a body of
ENG 275   1 literature belonging to a specific time period.
             Write evidence-based literary analyses of a literary period
             demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
           2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

             Identify relationships between the literature and the
             linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
           3 social developments of a particular time period.

             Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
             discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the body of
ENG 276    1 literature belonging to a major author.
             Write evidence-based literary analyses of the works of a
             major author demonstrating close reading and
             interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative
           2 strategies.

             Identify relationships between the literature of a major
             author, his/her biography, and the linguistic, literary,
             religious, political, philosophical, and social developments
           3 that influenced the author and his/her work.

             Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
             discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret a body of
ENG 277    1 literature representing a specific literary theme.
             Write evidence-based literary analyses of works
             representing a specific literary theme demonstrating close
             reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and
           2 argumentative strategies.




             Identify relationships between the theme of the literature
             and the relevant linguistic, literary, religious, political,
ENG 277    3 philosophical, and social developments.

             Upon successful completion of this course, students will
             have the skills to describe, distinguish, and apply
             components of the discipline within a specialized topic of
ENG 298    1 the discipline.

             ENGLISH 299A: Upon successful completion of this course,
             students will have the skills to define and analyze
             components of the discipline within a specialized topic of
ENG 299A   1 the discipline.

             ENGLISH 299B: Upon successful completion of this course,
             students will have the skills to synthesize components of
ENG 299B   1 the discipline within a specialized topic of the discipline.
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                     A student taking the individualized instruction provided in
ENG 051 A-           English 51/52 will improve writing and grammar skills in
D                  1 his/her area(s) of identified need.                         x       x      x x         x      x     x

                     A student taking the individualized instruction provided in
ENG 052 A-           English 51/52 will improve writing and grammar skills in
D                  1 his/her area(s) of identified need.                         x       x      x x         x      x     x


                     GRAMMAR: Identify the major components of a sentence,
ENG 090            1 including subjects, verbs, phrases, and clauses       x             x      x x         x      x     x

                     GRAMMAR: Use basic punctuation correctly in order to
                   2 avoid fragments, run-ons, and comma splices                  x      x      x x         x      x     x
                     WRITING: Employ the writing process (invention, drafting,
                     revising, editing, and reflection) to organize and develop a
                     paragraph focusing on one main idea with supporting
                   3 details.                                                     x      x      x x         x      x     x

                     Identify main ideas and supporting details in level-
ENG 090R           1 appropriate texts.                                            x     x      x x         x      x     x

                   2 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate.         x     x      x x         x      x     x
                     Reports an increased appreciation for the value of
                   3 reading.                                                      x     x      x x         x      x     x
                                                                                   x     x      x x         x      x     x
                       READING: Comprehend various test questions and writing
ENG 098            1   prompts.                                                  x       x      x x         x      x     x
                       READING: Paraphrase and summarize both student and
                   2   professional writing.                                     x       x      x x         x      x     x
                       GRAMMAR: Identify and repair common sentence
                       problems such as, but not limited to, comma splices, run-
                       ons, fragments, subject-verb agreement errors,
                       ambiguous pronoun references, and pronoun agreement
                   3   errors.                                                   x       x      x x         x      x     x
                       WRITING: Compose sentences using the four basic
                       sentence patterns (simple, compound, complex, and
                       compound-complex), subordinating minor ideas using
                       dependent clauses and emphasizing major ideas using
ENG 098            4   independent clauses.                                              x

                     WRITING: Understand and use the writing process
                     (invention, drafting, revising, editing, and reflection) to
                     develop clear, coherent paragraphs controlled by topic
                     sentences, supported with adequate detail, completed
                     with appropriate conclusions, and utilizing various
                   5 rhetorical patterns.                                                x
             WRITING: Recognize and apply the basic principles of
             grammar, punctuation, and mechanics to their own
           6 writing.                                                         x

             WRITING: Create a multi-paragraph composition
             containing a thesis, body paragraphs with topic sentences,
             content developed with adequate supporting material,
           7 transitions, and an appropriate conclusion.                      x

             Identify main ideas and supporting details in level-
ENG 098R   1 appropriate texts.                                               x

           2 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate.            x
             Reports an increased appreciation for the value of reading
           3 in level-appropriate texts.

ENG 105-     Restate the main idea and draw accurate conclusions in
106-107    1 level-appropriate texts.                                     x   x   x x   x   x   x

           2 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate.      x     x   x x   x   x   x
             Reports an increased appreciation for the value of reading
           3 in level-appropriate texts.                                x     x   x x   x   x   x

             Demonstrate increased use, in speech and writing, of
ENG 108    1 academic vocabulary.                                         x   x   x x   x   x   x

             Demonstrate increased comprehension of appropriate-
           2 level texts based on increased word knowledge.               x   x   x x   x   x   x

             READING: Read critically, identifying the theses/claims and
             key supporting details in a variety of works, emphasizing
ENG 110    1 non-fiction texts.                                          x    x   x x   x   x   x
             WRITING: Understand and use the writing process to
             develop clear, coherent essays controlled by thesis
             statements, supported with adequate details, and
             completed with appropriate conclusions. (modest rev. of
           2 wording from original #5)                                   x    x   x x   x   x   x

             WRITING: Conduct research in response to a question,
             problem, or issue and be able to synthesize information,
             draw conclusions, and incorporate evidence into
             assignments, documenting such evidence according to
             current MLA standards (with a Works Cited page and in-
           3 text parenthetical citations).                               x   x   x x   x   x   x


             Summarize and analyze college-level materials, i.e. short
ENG 110R   1 essays, content specific articles, textbook chapters, etc.   x   x   x x   x   x   x

           2 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate.      x     x   x x   x   x   x
             Reports an increased appreciation for the value of reading
           3 at the college level.                                      x     x   x x   x   x   x
            Define the three major literary genres and use basic
            literary terminology associated with the genres to respond
ENG 112   1 subjectively and objectively to literature.                x      x   x x   x   x   x
          2 Distinguish between content and form in literature.        x      x   x x   x   x   x
            Use literature to better understand the human
          3 experience.                                                x      x   x x   x   x   x

            Acquire and use a wide vocabulary of technical terms
ENG 118   1 relevant to the study of language.
            Apply various methods of grammatical analysis, such as
          2 traditional and ?                                            x    x   x x   x   x   x
            Identify the lexical categories, describe them, and practice
            determining the category to which given English words
          3 belong.                                                      x    x   x x   x   x   x


            READING: Recognize specific rhetorical strategies writers
            employ to advance their arguments (theses/claims), taking
ENG 120   1 into account purpose and audience.                        x       x   x x   x   x   x
            READING: Identify, evaluate, and synthesize multiple
            points of view, noting how various perspectives inform,
          2 complicate, and/or build upon one another.                x       x   x x   x   x   x

            WRITING: Employ a variety of organizational patterns to
          3 support or advance central ideas (theses/claims).             x   x   x x   x   x   x
            WRITING: Synthesize, integrate, and contextualize
            multiple outside sources (through quotations,
            paraphrasing, and summary) with their own voice,
          4 analysis, or position, while avoiding plagiarism.             x   x   x x   x   x   x


            Recognize and describe the three major literary genres
            and use basic literary terminology associated with the
            genres to discuss, summarize, analyze, and interpret
ENG 122   1 diverse, canonical literary texts.                            x   x   x x   x   x   x
            Write evidence-based literary analyses demonstrating
          2 close reading and interpretive skills.                        x   x   x x   x   x   x

            Develop and apply critical and aesthetic criteria to better
ENG 122   3 understand literature and the human experience.               x   x   x x   x   x   x

            ANALYTICAL READING: Articulate the argument and
            ideological assumptions in a number of primarily non-
            fiction texts, explaining the relationship between the
            argument and the ways writers support/advance their
ENG 124   1 main claims.                                                  x   x   x x   x   x   x
            ANALYTICAL READING: Analyze and evaluate rhetorical
            choices made by authors, including appeals to needs and
            values and the use of logical, emotional, and ethical
          2 appeals.                                                      x   x   x x   x   x   x
            ANALYTICAL READING: Recognize problems in logic and
            reasoning, especially through understanding of fallacies,
            induction, deduction, and models such as those of
          3 Toulmin and Rogers.                                           x   x   x x   x   x   x
             ANALYTICAL WRITING: Integrate ideas and information
             from outside sources (through quotation, paraphrase, and
           4 summary) with their own voice, analysis, or position.    x        x   x x   x   x   x

             ANALYTICAL WRITING: Acknowledge and evaluate
             opposing viewpoints and the underlying assumptions,
           5 using concession and refutation when appropriate.            x    x   x x   x   x   x


             Identify and employ basic elements in literature, working
             from imagination and memory, to invent, draft, revise,
             and reflect upon creaive writing in the four literary genres:
ENG 126    1 poetry, fiction, drama, and creative nonfiction.              x   x   x x   x   x   x
             Interpret the poetry, fiction, drama, and creative
           2 nonfiction of established and/or emerging writers.            x   x   x x   x   x   x

             Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
             manuscript as well as the manuscripts of others and work
             collaboratively instead of competitively to give as well as
           3 receive constructive feedback (both oral and written)       x     x   x x   x   x   x

             Employ elements of fiction (i.e., point of view, setting,
             description, sources of conflict, plot, characters, dialog,
             and theme) and use specific details from memory,
             imagination, knowledge, and research to invent, draft,
ENG 130-     revise, and reflect upon short fictions with an
131-132-     understanding of traditional and experimental or
133        1 innovative approaches.                                      x     x   x x   x   x   x
             Interpret and assess short fiction of established and/or
           2 emerging writers.                                           x     x   x x   x   x   x
             Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
             manuscript as well as the manuscripts of others (both
             orally and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and
           3 critic                                                      x     x   x x   x   x   x


             Employ elements of creative nonfiction (i.e., setting,
             character, sources of conflict, description, dialog, plot,
             tone, diction, rhythm), drawing on a diversity of sources
             that are personal, cultural, and/or observational, to
             invent, draft, revise, and reflect upon creative nonfiction
             with an understanding of the various subgenres of the
ENG 134-     form, including memoir, personal essay; literary
135-136-     journalism; cultural criticism; and feature articles,
137        1 including the travel essay, music or nature writing.        x     x   x x   x   x   x
             Interpret and assess the creative nonfiction of established
           2 and/or emerging writers.                                    x     x   x x   x   x   x
             Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
             manuscript as well as the manuscripts of others (both
             orally and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and
           3 critic                                                      x     x   x x   x   x   x
               Employ elements of poetry (i.e., voice, diction, imagery,
               sound, rhythm) and use specific details from memory,
               imagination, knowledge, and research to invent, draft,
ENG 140-       revise, and reflect upon poems in free verse and
141-142-       traditional forms, as well forms considered experimental
143          1 or innovative.                                             x      x   x x   x   x   x
               Interpret and assess the poetry of established and/or
             2 emerging poets.                                            x      x   x x   x   x   x
               Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
               manuscript as well as the manuscripts of others (both
               orally and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and
             3 critic.                                                    x      x   x x   x   x   x

ENG 145-       Analyze and evaluate literary periodicals to demonstrate
146-147-       understanding of the publishing field and strengthen
148          1 editorial skills.                                             x   x   x x   x   x   x
               Solicit, professionally evaluate, select, edit, assemble, and
             2 proofread manuscripts and art.
             3 Manage and publicize a literary journal.                      x   x   x x   x   x   x

               Employ the elements of playwriting (i.e., dialogue,
               character, voice and vernacular, stage use, setting,
               properties, pacing, plot and directions), and apply the
               conventions of manuscript style with regard to Dramatis
ENG 160-       Personae, acts and scenes, dialogue tags, and directions,
161-162-       to invent, draft, revise, and reflect upon practicable drama
163          1 for the stage and screen.                                    x    x   x x   x   x   x

               Interpret and assess the scripts and live performances of
             2 established and/or emerging drama writers.                   x    x   x x   x   x   x

               Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
               manuscript as well the manuscripts of others (both orally
             3 and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and critic x      x   x x   x   x   x


               Employ elements of novel writing (i.e., point of view,
               setting, description, sources of conflict, plot, characters,
               dialog, organization, and theme) and use specific details
               from memory, imagination, knowledge, and research to
ENG 175-       invent, draft, revise, and reflect upon scenes and chapters
176-177-       with an understanding of traditional and experimental or
178          1 innovative approaches.                                       x    x   x x   x   x   x
               Interpret and assess the fiction of established and/or
             2 emerging novelists.                                          x    x   x x   x   x   x
               Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
               manuscript as well as the manuscripts of others (both
               orally and in writing) to advance growth as writer and
             3 critic.                                                      x    x   x x   x   x   x


               Our students will be able to explain the importance of
               community exposure to English and will help develop
ENG 195 A-     community-based learning experiences at appropriate
D            1 community sites or with English students                     x    x   x x   x   x   x
             After engaging in a standardized reading tutoring session
             that focuses on a textbook, the targeted student will apply
             improved study skills strategies when reading his or her
ENG 198R   1 textbooks                                                   x     x   x x   x   x   x

             While engaging in an individualized writing skills tutoring
             session or sessions, a student will work on and improve his
             or her understanding of one or more of the following
             concepts: The rules of English grammar and/or mechanics;
             Prewriting; Rhetorical methods; Paragraph structure;
             Essay structure; Citations and MLA format for research
ENG 198W   1 assignments                                                 x     x   x x   x   x   x


ENG 199    1 Conduct individual study, research, or projects in English.   x   x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x
             Compose well-supported, coherent, and error-free
             discourse(s) to communicate effectively with a target
           2 audience.                                                     x   x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x
             Apply the skills necessary to work independently and/or
             collaboratively (including self-monitoring, time
           3 management, and resource acquisition).                        x   x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x

             Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
             discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret diverse images
ENG 201    1 of women in literature.                                    x      x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x
             Write evidence-based literary analyses of images of
             women in literature demonstrating close reading and
             interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative
           2 strategies.                                                x      x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x
             Recognize and critique how images of women in literature
             across various cultures and time periods both shape and
           3 reflect women’s lives.                                     x      x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x


             Use literary terminology to analyze, synthesize, and
             interpret children’s books, emphasizing Newberry and
ENG 203    1 Caldecott award winners, for literary and artistic appeal.    x   x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x

             Develop and create materials useful for encouraging
           2 reading readiness and development in children.                x   x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x

             Analyze standards of the literary world and child
             development experts for literature for the school-age
             child, and evaluate theories, research and sound practices
           3 relating to the use of literature for learning.

             Use literary terminology related to the study of myth and
             basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
ENG 215    1 interpret world mythology.                                   x    x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x
             Write evidence-based literary analyses of myth
             demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
           2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.                     x    x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x
            Recognize and critique mythological allusions in literature
            and popular media such as film, television, video games,
          3 and the Internet.                                           x        x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x

            Use literary terminology within the genres of science
            fiction and fantasy and basic critical theory to discuss,
            analyze, synthesize, and interpret fantasy and science
ENG 217   1 fiction literature.                                              x   x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of fantasy and
            science fiction demonstrating close reading and
            interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative
          2 strategies.                                                      x   x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x

            Recognize and critique established and contemporary
            fantasy and science fiction writers, both in terms of the
            genres themselves and also in comparison with other
            genres, and in their representation in popular media such
          3 as film, television, video games, and the Internet.       x          x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x


            Use literary terminology related to the study of drama and
            basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
ENG 218   1 interpret William Shakespeare’s plays.                     x         x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of William
            Shakespeare’s plays demonstrating close reading and
            interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative
          2 strategies.                                                x         x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x
            Identify Shakespeare’s themes, techniques, philosophies,
            and conventions in regard to comedy, history, and
          3 tragedy.                                                   x         x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret views of death
ENG 219   1 and dying in diverse literary works.                             x   x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of views of death
            and dying in literature demonstrating close reading and
            interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative
          2 strategies.                                                      x   x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x
            Recognize and critique cultural, social and personal
            perspectives of death and dying in literature that
          3 characterize our humanity.                                       x   x   x x   x   x   x   x   x   x

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the major
            writers of the British Isles from the Old English Period
ENG 221   1 through the end of the 18th century.                             x   x   x x   x   x   x

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of British literature
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.                     x       x   x x   x   x   x

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
            social developments of the British Isles from the Old
          3 English period through the end of the 18th century.              x   x   x x   x   x   x
            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the major
            writers of the British Isles from the Romantic Period
ENG 222   1 through the present.                                             x   x   x x   x   x   x

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of British literature
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.                     x       x   x x   x   x   x


            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
            social developments of the British Isles from the Romantic
ENG 222   3 period through the present.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the narratives
ENG 225   1 of the Hebrew people.                                            x   x   x x   x   x   x

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of the narratives of
            the Hebrew people from a non-sectarian literary
            perspective demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.    x        x   x x   x   x   x

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
          3 social developments of the Middle East.


            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret historical texts
ENG 226   1 of the Hebrew people and the writings of the prophets.       x       x   x x   x   x   x

            Write evidence-based analyses of the Hebrew people and
            the writings of the prophets from a non-sectarian literary
            perspective demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.   x         x   x x   x   x   x

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
          3 social developments of the Middle East.                          x   x   x x   x   x   x

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the literary
ENG 227   1 forms of the Old Testament.                                      x   x   x x   x   x   x

            Write evidence-based analyses of the literary forms of the
            Old Testament from a non-sectarian literary perspective
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.                     x       x   x x   x   x   x

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
          3 social developments of the Middle East.                          x   x   x x   x   x   x
            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the New
ENG 228   1 Testament.                                                   x       x   x x   x   x   x
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of the New
            Testament from a non-sectarian literary perspective
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.                     x       x   x x   x   x   x

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
          3 social developments of the Middle East.                          x   x   x x   x   x   x


            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the major
ENG 231   1 writers from Pre-Colonial America to the Civil War.              x   x   x x   x   x   x

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of American
            literature demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.         x   x   x x   x   x   x
            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
            social developments in America from the Pre-Colonial
          3 period to the Civil War.                                         x   x   x x   x   x   x

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the major
ENG 232   1 writers from the Civil War to the present.                       x   x   x x   x   x   x

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of American
            literature demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.         x   x   x x   x   x   x
            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
            social developments of America from the Civil War to the
          3 present.                                                         x   x   x x   x   x   x

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret Chicano literary
ENG 236   1 works in various genres.                                     x       x   x x   x   x   x

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of Chicano
            literature demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.         x   x   x x   x   x   x
            Differentiate the characteristics and thematic content of
            Chicano literature from Euro-American literature and
            construct an understanding of the Chicano experience
          3 through Chicano literary works.                                  x   x   x x   x   x   x

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret American
ENG 237   1 Indian literary works in various genres.                         x   x   x x   x   x   x
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of American Indian
            literature demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.   x      x   x x   x   x   x
            Differentiate between American Indian and Euro-
            American literary themes in terms of historical and social
            significance and assess the social and political impact of
            American Indian literature on American culture and
          3 society at large.                                          x      x   x x   x   x   x

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret Black literary
ENG 238   1 works in various genres.                                      x   x   x x   x   x   x

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of Black literature
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.                     x    x   x x   x   x   x

            Differentiate the characteristics and thematic content of
            Black literature from other literatures and describe the
            issues facing Black writers within American culture: quest
            for authenticity, theme of journey toward social and
            spiritual freedom, and the importance of community,
          3 protest, and activism.                                     x      x   x x   x   x   x

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret literature in a
            wide variety of genres from the Ancient world to the
ENG 241   1 Renaissance.                                                  x   x   x x   x   x   x

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of the literature
            from the Ancient world to the Renaissance demonstrating
            close reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and
          2 argumentative strategies.                                     x   x   x x   x   x   x
            Compare and contrast the form and content of different
            literary movements and the events which helped to shape
          3 those movements.                                              x   x   x x   x   x   x


            Use literary terminology and basic literary theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret literature of the
ENG 242   1 Western World from the Enlightenment to the present.          x   x   x x   x   x   x
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of the literature
            from the Enlightenment to the present demonstrating
            close reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and
          2 argumentative strategies.                                     x   x   x x   x   x   x

            Compare and contrast the form and content of different
            literary movements and the events which helped to shape
ENG 242   3 those movements.                                        x         x   x x   x   x   x

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret a body of
ENG 275   1 literature belonging to a specific time period.               x   x   x x   x   x   x
             Write evidence-based literary analyses of a literary period
             demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
           2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.                     x       x   x x   x   x   x

             Identify relationships between the literature and the
             linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
           3 social developments of a particular time period.                 x   x   x x   x   x   x

             Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
             discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the body of
ENG 276    1 literature belonging to a major author.                          x   x   x x   x   x   x
             Write evidence-based literary analyses of the works of a
             major author demonstrating close reading and
             interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative
           2 strategies.                                                      x   x   x x   x   x   x

             Identify relationships between the literature of a major
             author, his/her biography, and the linguistic, literary,
             religious, political, philosophical, and social developments
           3 that influenced the author and his/her work.                 x       x   x x   x   x   x

             Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
             discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret a body of
ENG 277    1 literature representing a specific literary theme.         x         x   x x   x   x   x
             Write evidence-based literary analyses of works
             representing a specific literary theme demonstrating close
             reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and
           2 argumentative strategies.                                  x         x   x x   x   x   x


             Identify relationships between the theme of the literature
             and the relevant linguistic, literary, religious, political,
ENG 277    3 philosophical, and social developments.                      x       x   x x   x   x   x

             Upon successful completion of this course, students will
             have the skills to describe, distinguish, and apply
             components of the discipline within a specialized topic of
ENG 298    1 the discipline.                                                  x   x   x x   x   x   x

             ENGLISH 299A: Upon successful completion of this course,
             students will have the skills to define and analyze
             components of the discipline within a specialized topic of
ENG 299A   1 the discipline.                                            x         x   x x   x   x   x

             ENGLISH 299B: Upon successful completion of this course,
             students will have the skills to synthesize components of
ENG 299B   1 the discipline within a specialized topic of the discipline. x       x   x x   x   x   x
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                                                                                    Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11   F11
                     A student taking the individualized instruction provided in
ENG 051 A-           English 51/52 will improve writing and grammar skills in
D                  1 his/her area(s) of identified need.                         ASP        AAR                        x

                     A student taking the individualized instruction provided in
ENG 052 A-           English 51/52 will improve writing and grammar skills in
D                  1 his/her area(s) of identified need.                         ASP        AAR                        x


                     GRAMMAR: Identify the major components of a sentence,
ENG 090            1 including subjects, verbs, phrases, and clauses                                                       X

                     GRAMMAR: Use basic punctuation correctly in order to
                   2 avoid fragments, run-ons, and comma splices                                                           X
                     WRITING: Employ the writing process (invention, drafting,
                     revising, editing, and reflection) to organize and develop a
                     paragraph focusing on one main idea with supporting
                   3 details.                                                                               X          x

                     Identify main ideas and supporting details in level-
ENG 090R           1 appropriate texts.

                   2 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate.                           x
                     Reports an increased appreciation for the value of
                   3 reading.

                     READING: Comprehend various test questions and writing
ENG 098            1 prompts.                                                                                     X
                     READING: Paraphrase and summarize both student and
                   2 professional writing.
                     GRAMMAR: Identify and repair common sentence
                     problems such as, but not limited to, comma splices, run-
                     ons, fragments, subject-verb agreement errors,
                     ambiguous pronoun references, and pronoun agreement
                   3 errors.                                                                                               X


                                                                                    Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11   F11
                     WRITING: Compose sentences using the four basic
                     sentence patterns (simple, compound, complex, and
                     compound-complex), subordinating minor ideas using
                     dependent clauses and emphasizing major ideas using
ENG 098            4 independent clauses.                                                                                  X
                     WRITING: Understand and use the writing process
                     (invention, drafting, revising, editing, and reflection) to
                     develop clear, coherent paragraphs controlled by topic
                     sentences, supported with adequate detail, completed
                     with appropriate conclusions, and utilizing various
                   5 rhetorical patterns.
             WRITING: Recognize and apply the basic principles of
             grammar, punctuation, and mechanics to their own
           6 writing.                                                      ASP     AAR                 x

             WRITING: Create a multi-paragraph composition
             containing a thesis, body paragraphs with topic sentences,
             content developed with adequate supporting material,
           7 transitions, and an appropriate conclusion.                ASP        AAR                 x

             Identify main ideas and supporting details in level-
ENG 098R   1 appropriate texts.

           2 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate.      ASP        AAR
             Reports an increased appreciation for the value of reading
           3 in level-appropriate texts.

ENG 105-     Determine the main idea and draw accurate conclusions in
106-107    1 level-appropriate texts.

           2 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate.
             Reports an increased appreciation for the value of reading
           3 in level-appropriate texts.



                                                                           Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11    F11
             Demonstrate increased use, in speech and writing, of
ENG 108    1 academic vocabulary.                                                           X

             Demonstrate increased comprehension of appropriate-
           2 level texts based on increased word knowledge.                                                X


             READING: Read critically, identifying the theses/claims and
             key supporting details in a variety of works, emphasizing
ENG 110    1 non-fiction texts.                                                                    X
             WRITING: Understand and use the writing process to
             develop clear, coherent essays controlled by thesis
             statements, supported with adequate details, and
             completed with appropriate conclusions. (modest rev. of
           2 wording from original #5)

             WRITING: Conduct research in response to a question,
             problem, or issue and be able to synthesize information,
             draw conclusions, and incorporate evidence into
             assignments, documenting such evidence according to
             current MLA standards (with a Works Cited page and in-
           3 text parenthetical citations).


             Summarize and analyze college-level materials, i.e. short
ENG 110R   1 essays, content specific articles, textbook chapters, etc.

           2 Increase comprehension, vocabulary, and reading rate.                          X
            Reports an increased appreciation for the value of reading
          3 at the college level.




                                                                           Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11   F11
            Define the three major literary genres and use basic
            literary terminology associated with the genres to respond
ENG 112   1 subjectively and objectively to literature.
          2 Distinguish between content and form in literature.
            Use literature to better understand the human
          3 experience.

            Acquire and use a wide vocabulary of technical terms
ENG 118   1 relevant to the study of language.
            Apply various methods of grammatical analysis, such as
          2 traditional and ?
            Identify the lexical categories, describe them, and practice
            determining the category to which given English words
          3 belong.


            READING: Recognize specific rhetorical strategies writers
            employ to advance their arguments (theses/claims), taking
ENG 120   1 into account purpose and audience.                                                           X
            READING: Identify, evaluate, and synthesize multiple
            points of view, noting how various perspectives inform,
          2 complicate, and/or build upon one another.

            WRITING: Employ a variety of organizational patterns to
          3 support or advance central ideas (theses/claims).
            WRITING: Synthesize, integrate, and contextualize
            multiple outside sources (through quotations,
            paraphrasing, and summary) with their own voice,
          4 analysis, or position, while avoiding plagiarism.


            Recognize and describe the three major literary genres
            and use basic literary terminology associated with the
            genres to discuss, summarize, analyze, and interpret
ENG 122   1 diverse, canonical literary texts.
            Write evidence-based literary analyses demonstrating
          2 close reading and interpretive skills.                                                       X

                                                                           Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11   F11


            Develop and apply critical and aesthetic criteria to better
ENG 122   3 understand literature and the human experience.
             ANALYTICAL READING: Articulate the argument and
             ideological assumptions in a number of primarily non-
             fiction texts, explaining the relationship between the
             argument and the ways writers support/advance their
ENG 124    1 main claims.                                                                                        x
             ANALYTICAL READING: Analyze and evaluate rhetorical
             choices made by authors, including appeals to needs and
             values and the use of logical, emotional, and ethical
           2 appeals.                                                                                            x
             ANALYTICAL READING: Recognize problems in logic and
             reasoning, especially through understanding of fallacies,
             induction, deduction, and models such as those of
           3 Toulmin and Rogers.

             ANALYTICAL WRITING: Integrate ideas and information
             from outside sources (through quotation, paraphrase, and
           4 summary) with their own voice, analysis, or position.

             ANALYTICAL WRITING: Acknowledge and evaluate
             opposing viewpoints and the underlying assumptions,
           5 using concession and refutation when appropriate.


             Identify and employ basic elements in literature, working
             from imagination and memory, to invent, draft, revise,
             and reflect upon creaive writing in the four literary genres:
ENG 126    1 poetry, fiction, drama, and creative nonfiction.                        ASP                         x
             Interpret the poetry, fiction, drama, and creative
           2 nonfiction of established and/or emerging writers.                                      X           x

             Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
             manuscript as well as the manuscripts of others and work
             collaboratively instead of competitively to give as well as
           3 receive constructive feedback (both oral and written)                                                   X

                                                                             Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11    F11
             Employ elements of fiction (i.e., point of view, setting,
             description, sources of conflict, plot, characters, dialog,
             and theme) and use specific details from memory,
             imagination, knowledge, and research to invent, draft,
ENG 130-     revise, and reflect upon short fictions with an
131-132-     understanding of traditional and experimental or
133        1 innovative approaches.
             Interpret and assess short fiction of established and/or
           2 emerging writers.                                                                           x
             Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
             manuscript as well as the manuscripts of others (both
             orally and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and
           3 critic                                                                                          X
             Employ elements of creative nonfiction (i.e., setting,
             character, sources of conflict, description, dialog, plot,
             tone, diction, rhythm), drawing on a diversity of sources
             that are personal, cultural, and/or observational, to
             invent, draft, revise, and reflect upon creative nonfiction
             with an understanding of the various subgenres of the
ENG 134-     form, including memoir, personal essay; literary
135-136-     journalism; cultural criticism; and feature articles,
137        1 including the travel essay, music or nature writing.
             Interpret and assess the creative nonfiction of established
           2 and/or emerging writers.                                                                    x
             Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
             manuscript as well as the manuscripts of others (both
             orally and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and
           3 critic                                                                                          X




                                                                             Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11    F11
             Employ elements of poetry (i.e., voice, diction, imagery,
             sound, rhythm) and use specific details from memory,
             imagination, knowledge, and research to invent, draft,
ENG 140-     revise, and reflect upon poems in free verse and
141-142-     traditional forms, as well forms considered experimental
143        1 or innovative.
             Interpret and assess the poetry of established and/or
           2 emerging poets.                                                                  X
             Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
             manuscript as well as the manuscripts of others (both
             orally and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and
           3 critic.                                                                                         X


ENG 145-     Analyze and evaluate literary periodicals to demonstrate
146-147-     understanding of the publishing field and strengthen
148        1 editorial skills.                                                                X
             Solicit, professionally evaluate, select, edit, assemble, and
           2 proofread manuscripts and art.                                                                      x
           3 Manage and publicize a literary journal.

             Employ the elements of playwriting (i.e., dialogue,
             character, voice and vernacular, stage use, setting,
             properties, pacing, plot and directions), and apply the
             conventions of manuscript style with regard to Dramatis
ENG 160-     Personae, acts and scenes, dialogue tags, and directions,
161-162-     to invent, draft, revise, and reflect upon practicable drama
163        1 for the stage and screen.
               Interpret and assess the scripts and live performances of
             2 established and/or emerging drama writers.                                      X

               Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
               manuscript as well the manuscripts of others (both orally
             3 and in writing) and to advance growth as writer and critic                                   X


                                                                              Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11   F11

               Employ elements of novel writing (i.e., point of view,
               setting, description, sources of conflict, plot, characters,
               dialog, organization, and theme) and use specific details
               from memory, imagination, knowledge, and research to
ENG 175-       invent, draft, revise, and reflect upon scenes and chapters
176-177-       with an understanding of traditional and experimental or
178          1 innovative approaches.
               Interpret and assess the fiction of established and/or
             2 emerging novelists.                                                             X
               Use the writers’ workshop to evaluate their own
               manuscript as well as the manuscripts of others (both
               orally and in writing) to advance growth as writer and
             3 critic.                                                                                      X


               Our students will be able to explain the importance of
               community exposure to English and will help develop
ENG 195 A-     community-based learning experiences at appropriate
D            1 community sites or with English students

IDS          1 During an individualized tutoring session, a student will
198R/ESL       work on and improve his or her understanding of one or
               more of the following concepts: Targeted rules of English
               grammar and/or mechanics; Study skills strategies while
               reading a textbook; Functions of specific parts of speech in
               vocabulary sentences                                                                              x

IDS          1 During an individualized tutoring session, a student will
198W/ESL       work on and improve his or her understanding of one or
               more of the following concepts: Targeted rules of English
               grammar and/or mechanics; Prewriting; Rhetorical
               methods; Paragraph Structure; Basic Essay Structure
                                                                                                                 x

                                                                              Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11   F11


ENG 199      1 Conduct individual study, research, or projects in English.
               Compose well-supported, coherent, and error-free
               discourse(s) to communicate effectively with a target
             2 audience.
            Apply the skills necessary to work independently and/or
            collaboratively (including self-monitoring, time
          3 management, and resource acquisition).

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret diverse images
ENG 201   1 of women in literature.                                                                X
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of images of
            women in literature demonstrating close reading and
            interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative
          2 strategies.                                                                                         X
            Recognize and critique how images of women in literature
            across various cultures and time periods both shape and
          3 reflect women’s lives.


            Use literary terminology to analyze, synthesize, and
            interpret children’s books, emphasizing Newberry and
ENG 203   1 Caldecott award winners, for literary and artistic appeal.

            Develop and create materials useful for encouraging
          2 reading readiness and development in children.

            Analyze standards of the literary world and child
            development experts for literature for the school-age
            child, and evaluate theories, research and sound practices
          3 relating to the use of literature for learning.




                                                                           Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11   F11
            Use literary terminology related to the study of myth and
            basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
ENG 215   1 interpret world mythology.                                                      X
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of myth
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.                                               X
            Recognize and critique mythological allusions in literature
            and popular media such as film, television, video games,
          3 and the Internet.                                                                            X

            Use literary terminology within the genres of science
            fiction and fantasy and basic critical theory to discuss,
            analyze, synthesize, and interpret fantasy and science
ENG 217   1 fiction literature.                                                                                 X
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of fantasy and
            science fiction demonstrating close reading and
            interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative
          2 strategies.                                                                            X
            Recognize and critique established and contemporary
            fantasy and science fiction writers, both in terms of the
            genres themselves and also in comparison with other
            genres, and in their representation in popular media such
          3 as film, television, video games, and the Internet.                                              X


            Use literary terminology related to the study of drama and
            basic critical theory to discuss, analyze, synthesize, and
ENG 218   1 interpret William Shakespeare’s plays.                                                 X
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of William
            Shakespeare’s plays demonstrating close reading and
            interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative
          2 strategies.                                                                            X
            Identify Shakespeare’s themes, techniques, philosophies,
            and conventions in regard to comedy, history, and
          3 tragedy.



                                                                             Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10     Sp11   F11
            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret views of death
ENG 219   1 and dying in diverse literary works.
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of views of death
            and dying in literature demonstrating close reading and
            interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative
          2 strategies.
            Recognize and critique cultural, social and personal
            perspectives of death and dying in literature that
          3 characterize our humanity.


            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the major
            writers of the British Isles from the Old English Period
ENG 221   1 through the end of the 18th century.                                                       X

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of British literature
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.                                                                X

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
            social developments of the British Isles from the Old
          3 English period through the end of the 18th century.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the major
            writers of the British Isles from the Romantic Period
ENG 222   1 through the present.                                                                             X
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of British literature
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.




                                                                             Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11   F11

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
            social developments of the British Isles from the Romantic
ENG 222   3 period through the present.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the narratives
ENG 225   1 of the Hebrew people.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of the narratives of
            the Hebrew people from a non-sectarian literary
            perspective demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
          3 social developments of the Middle East.




            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret historical texts
ENG 226   1 of the Hebrew people and the writings of the prophets.

            Write evidence-based analyses of the Hebrew people and
            the writings of the prophets from a non-sectarian literary
            perspective demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
          3 social developments of the Middle East.




                                                                             Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11   F11
            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the literary
ENG 227   1 forms of the Old Testament.
            Write evidence-based analyses of the literary forms of the
            Old Testament from a non-sectarian literary perspective
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
          3 social developments of the Middle East.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the New
ENG 228   1 Testament.
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of the New
            Testament from a non-sectarian literary perspective
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
          3 social developments of the Middle East.


            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the major
ENG 231   1 writers from Pre-Colonial America to the Civil War.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of American
            literature demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.                                 X
            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
            social developments in America from the Pre-Colonial
          3 period to the Civil War.                                                                              X


                                                                             Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11   F11
            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the major
ENG 232   1 writers from the Civil War to the present.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of American
            literature demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.
            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
            social developments of America from the Civil War to the
          3 present.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret Chicano literary
ENG 236   1 works in various genres.                                                                       X
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of Chicano
            literature demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.
            Differentiate the characteristics and thematic content of
            Chicano literature from Euro-American literature and
            construct an understanding of the Chicano experience
          3 through Chicano literary works.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret American
ENG 237   1 Indian literary works in various genres.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of American Indian
            literature demonstrating close reading and interpretive
          2 skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative strategies.
            Differentiate between American Indian and Euro-
            American literary themes in terms of historical and social
            significance and assess the social and political impact of
            American Indian literature on American culture and
          3 society at large.



                                                                            Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11   F11
            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret Black literary
ENG 238   1 works in various genres.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of Black literature
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

            Differentiate the characteristics and thematic content of
            Black literature from other literatures and describe the
            issues facing Black writers within American culture: quest
            for authenticity, theme of journey toward social and
            spiritual freedom, and the importance of community,
          3 protest, and activism.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret literature in a
            wide variety of genres from the Ancient world to the
ENG 241   1 Renaissance.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of the literature
            from the Ancient world to the Renaissance demonstrating
            close reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and
          2 argumentative strategies.
            Compare and contrast the form and content of different
            literary movements and the events which helped to shape
          3 those movements.
            Use literary terminology and basic literary theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret literature of the
ENG 242   1 Western World from the Enlightenment to the present.
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of the literature
            from the Enlightenment to the present demonstrating
            close reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and
          2 argumentative strategies.



                                                                             Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11   F11
            Compare and contrast the form and content of different
            literary movements and the events which helped to shape
ENG 242   3 those movements.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret a body of
ENG 275   1 literature belonging to a specific time period.

            Write evidence-based literary analyses of a literary period
            demonstrating close reading and interpretive skills, logical
          2 reasoning, and argumentative strategies.

            Identify relationships between the literature and the
            linguistic, literary, religious, political, philosophical, and
          3 social developments of a particular time period.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret the body of
ENG 276   1 literature belonging to a major author.                                                  X
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of the works of a
            major author demonstrating close reading and
            interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and argumentative
          2 strategies.                                                                                           X

            Identify relationships between the literature of a major
            author, his/her biography, and the linguistic, literary,
            religious, political, philosophical, and social developments
          3 that influenced the author and his/her work.

            Use literary terminology and basic critical theory to
            discuss, analyze, synthesize, and interpret a body of
ENG 277   1 literature representing a specific literary theme.
            Write evidence-based literary analyses of works
            representing a specific literary theme demonstrating close
            reading and interpretive skills, logical reasoning, and
          2 argumentative strategies.



                                                                             Sp 09   F 09   Sp10   F10   Sp11   F11
             Identify relationships between the theme of the literature
             and the relevant linguistic, literary, religious, political,
ENG 277    3 philosophical, and social developments.

             Upon successful completion of this course, students will
             have the skills to describe, distinguish, and apply
             components of the discipline within a specialized topic of
ENG 298    1 the discipline.

             ENGLISH 299A: Upon successful completion of this course,
             students will have the skills to define and analyze
             components of the discipline within a specialized topic of
ENG 299A   1 the discipline.

             ENGLISH 299B: Upon successful completion of this course,
             students will have the skills to synthesize components of
ENG 299B   1 the discipline within a specialized topic of the discipline.
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