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Web-Based ENGL 1102... 

  • is designed for those who need flexibility in their schedule and are self-motivated
  • requires at least a minimum comfort level with email and D2L
  • teaches basics of literary analysis (poetry/fiction/drama) and research paper skills
  • continues the ENGL 1101 focus on improving college-level writing skills
  • typically involves 3-12 hours of student work each week 
  • has set due dates, but schedule flexibility because students can work ahead when needed and only need to log-in twice weekly
  • requires no on-campus meetings (mandatory individual conferences with instructor can be completed via Collaborate)

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Required Materials

  1. Required Textbook: The Norton Introduction to Literature (11th ed.)ISBN 978-0-393-91338-5
  2. Internet Access—at home or school
  3. Microsoft Office or equivalent word processing program

Major Assignments

  • 4 Literary Analysis Essays (2 pages each, one timed)
  • Weekly Online Discussion
  • Research Paper (5-7 pages)

**The number and type of assignments in this list is subject to change.  This list is intended as a general guide only.**

Am I ready for an online class? Will you be successful in this course?

If this is your first online course, I would highly recommend that you take the Readiness for Education At a Distance Indicator (READI) to assess your readiness, your goals, and your learning preferences.  

You can find the READI at  http://goml.readi.info/

On that page you will find several User Names and Passwords.  Select and use the one that best fits your major area of study.  When the READI opens, you will notice a navigation bar on the left side. The items listed in the bar are the areas that you will be measured on by the indicator.  At the end, a report will be displayed which you can use to help you prepare to be successful as a distance-learning student.

 

  

Page last updated: January 16, 2015