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  Course: ENG 1021
  Title:English Composition I:CO1
  Long Title:English Composition I : GT-CO1
  Course Description:Emphasizes the planning, writing, and revising of compositions, including the development of critical and logical thinking skills. This course includes a wide variety of compositions that stress analytical, evaluative, and persuasive/argumentative writing. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-CO1 category.
  Min Credit:3
  Max Credit:

  Course Notes: Note: Competencies and Outline entered from Core Transfer
   C: Documents.
   C: Modified fall 2000?
   C: Note: Outline details recursive, not linear, activities.
  Origin Notes: ACC
  Status Notes: Competencies revised 10.31.14 JLG
  Course Notes: updated new GT language 8/8/18 dl

 For REQUIRED SYLLABUS information that is to be included on all syllabi starting Spring 2018, 201830 go to https://internal.cccs.edu/wp-content/uploads/documents/GT-CO1-Required-Syllabus-Info.docx.:
 1. Exhibit an understanding of audience, purpose, genre, context, and formatting that is responsive to the situation.
 2. Plan, write, revise and review multi-paragraph compositions that stress analytical, evaluative, exploratory, and persuasive/argumentative writing within various rhetorical situations.
 3. Apply conventions of composition including organization, presentation, and stylistic choices.
 4. Employ critical and evaluative reading skills in order to synthesize evidence and/or sources in support of a claim, using an appropriate documentation system.
 5. Apply genre conventions including structure, paragraphing, tone, mechanics, grammar, syntax, and style

 Note: Outline details recursive, not linear, activities.
 I. Rhetorical Knowledge
 A. Audience
 B. Purpose
 C. Reading strategies
 D. Genre
 E. Reflective strategies
 II. Experience in Writing
 A. Generating ideas
 B. Planning
 C. Drafting
 D. Editing
 E. Proofreading
 F. Revising
 G. Critiquing
 H. Recursive process
 III. Critical and Creative Thinking
 A. Identifying context
 B. Presenting a position
 C. Drawing relevant conclusions
 IV. Sources and Evidence
 A. Selecting appropriate evidence
 B. Evaluating evidence
 C. Integrating evidence
 V. Composing Conventions
 A. Applying genre conventions
 B. Voice, tone, and style
 C. Structuring and paragraphing
 D. Employing appropriate mechanics, syntax, and diction

 Course Offered At:

  Arapahoe Community College ACC
  Community College of Aurora CCA
  Colorado Community College Sys CCCS
  Community College of Denver CCD
  Colorado Northwestern CC CNCC
  Front Range Community College FRCC
  Lamar Community College LCC
  Morgan Community College MCC
  Northeastern Junior College NJC
  Otero College OJC
  Pueblo Community College PCC
  Pikes Peak State College PPCC
  Red Rocks Community College RRCC
  Trinidad State College TSJC
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