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ELL1090 – Editing for College Writing pdf

Credits: 2 (2/0/0)
Description: This support course is for non-native speakers of English enrolled in ENGL1101: College Writing. Students will practice applying linguistic structures for integrating source material, identifying patterns of error and applying strategies for increasing sentence-level accuracy in their writing.
Prerequisites: successful completion of ELL1080, ENGL0097, or ENGL0096, or placement by assessment
Corequisites: ENGL1101
Competencies:
  1. Choose appropriate methods for integrating source material into writings: generalizations, summaries, paraphrases and direct quotations.
  2. Apply collocated structures (i.e., structural templates) for integrating sources.
  3. Use a discipline-appropriate style guide to credit and document source material.
  4. Apply editing skills that enhance style and voice in writing.
  5. Increase grammatical accuracy.
  6. Work with peers to reinforce editing skills and processes.
MnTC goal areas: (N/A)

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