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Provides students with practical skills in reading, writing, and communicating that will provide credit towards their Adult Graduation Diploma. This course is for students who do not intend to take university level English classes as it is not recognized as a prerequisite for post secondary courses.

This 30 hour course is designed to refresh basic English and academic writing skills for mature learners targeting successfully completion of academic programs. This course is a no credit course and will operate for 2 weeks at 15 hours a week (3 hours a day, 5 days a week). 

Terrace Campus | August 22 - September 2, 2016

Monday -...

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Learning to read and write at the university level demands much patience and repetition. English 100 intends to help students master the skills necessary for correct sentence and paragraph formation. There are weekly exercises on grammar and syntax, then on the paragraph and types of development. At the end of the term, there is also...

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3.0

The course teaches the fundamentals of writing in the university context, with particular emphasis on the research essay. All aspects of composition are reviewed, and the methods and tools of research are introduced and practiced in a variety of assignments. Concentrating on specific topics and interdisciplinary approaches, the course will...

Credits:
3.0

This course is a survey of representative examples of literary production, including fiction, prose essays, poetry, drama and film . Composition skills are also practiced through the writing of critical essays on literature. (3,0,0)

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3.0

The course will introduce students to the art and practice of speaking in public. Through an understanding of the theory and modes of rhetoric, or the art of oral delivery, students will develop their capacity to address a variety of topics in a variety of circumstances.

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3.0

Methods and forms of technical writing, including letters, resumes, short reports, and communications with media. Lectures and exercises in grammar, vocabulary and style. (3,0,0)

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3.0

Advanced development of English communications skills for career and technical work settings. Applications include technical report writing, field notes, long technical reports, presentation skills, proposal writing and topics relevant to the professional work place. (3,0,0)

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1.0

English 190 is designed to familiarize students with the academic skills necessary to be successful at the university level. Within a multicultural context, students will develop skills in the following areas: library research, editing, writing, studying, time management, word processing, interpersonal relationships, and oral presentations. By...

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3.0

Survey of major writers in English literature from the Anglo-Saxon period, through the medieval, the Reformation, the Renaissance and Elizabethan, the civil strive of the 17th century, to the restoration period and the neoclassicism of the 18th century. (3,0,0)

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3.0

Survey of major writers in English literature from the Romantics in the late 18th century, through the Victorians of the 19th century and into the 20th century with modernism and postmodernism to the present. (3,0,0)

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3.0

A study of Greek and Roman mythologies both in themselves and for their Artistic and ethical influence on the development of western literature. (3,0,0)

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3.0

A study of the Bible as a work of literature, together with a consideration of how it has influenced the development of western literature. (3,0,0)

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3.0

Study of First Nations literature in Canada, from the beginnings with the oral tradition to the present literary production in poetry, novels, essays, and drama. Discusses the literature as it pertains both to the First Nations' experience in Canada and to the traditional and evolving concerns of literacy study. (3,0,0)

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3.0

Study of literature that reflects Canada's ideal of multiculturalism. The emphasis is on fiction and essays as an individual and social concern. History, law, and ethics also direct this consideration of pluralism in literature. (3,0,0)

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3.0

Reading and criticism of student writing. Lyric poetry, short fiction, myths, autobiography, local history and journalism. (3,0,0)

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3.0

Continuation of ENGL 209. (3,0,0)

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3.0

This is an introductory creative writing course with a focus on fiction. It includes exploring creative techniques through writing exercises, developing a writing portfolio, examining representative examples of current fiction, and researching writing markets. Students writing practice will include three short stories, workshopping other...

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3.0

English 212 is an introductory creative writing course with a focus on poetry. Students will explore creative techniques through writing exercises, develop a writing portfolio, and examine representative examples of contemporary poetry and research writing markets. Student writing practice will include writing a series of poems exploring...

Credits:
3.0

ENGL 213 is a creative writing course that provides students with an opportunity to explore and develop their skills in writing major non-fiction forms such as features, memoir, travel, personal essay, history and social analysis. Students will develop creative techniques through writing exercises, examining representative examples of current...

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3.0

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