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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. Recommended Textbook: Harbrace Essentials, ISBN 978-0-495-90836-4 (Many students used this book in ENGL 1101. For those who don't have it already and prefer not to buy it, alternative online resources are included in the course.)
  3.  Internet Access—at home or school
  4. Microsoft Office 2007/2010 or equivalent word processing program

Major Assignments

  • 4 Literary Analysis Essays (2 pages each, one timed)
  • Source List and Plan (used to complete the Research Paper)
  • 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: April 30, 2014