105年第2學期-0123 英文作文（一） 課程資訊
|Graded Writing Assignments||60||In-Class and Take-home Assignments|
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Upon completion of this course in Spring Semester, students should be able to
1) write polished and organized essays on familiar topics in an academic way;
2) recognize and produce writing that includes a controlling idea, organizing patterns, and detailed evidence;
3) use transitions and structures to make their writing coherent and unified; and
4) understand that writing is a process.The first semester of the course was focused on paragraph writing with a variety of methods of support. The second semester is focused on the five-paragraph essay (introduction, three body paragraphs, and a conclusion) that can be used for basic academic writing and that can provide a platform from which to develop more advanced kinds of writing. Students will do numerous activities and exercises both in and out of class to help them recognize and execute the rhetorical structures commonly found in English composition. Students will also work on sentence-level and word-level difficulties. In order to pass this class, students must be able to exhibit their ability to execute the course skills.
CompOral 1 is a required first-year writing and speaking course. The composition component, which introduces students to the writing process and to the conventions of written English, teaches students to write grammatically accurate sentences, well-formed paragraphs with clear topic sentences and supporting details, and coherent short essays. The oral component helps students improve their ability to communicate in accurate, fluent English. Written assignments may include journals, paragraphs, and short essays while oral assignments may include pronunciation exercises, role－play activities, panel discussions, group discussions, impromptu presentations, and planned speeches.
Office HourTuesday 2:10 ~ 3:00 & Thursday 4:20 ~ 5:10 pm at FLLD Office # 17
Smalley, R. L., Ruetten, M. K. & Kozyrev, J. R. (2010). Refining Composition Skills: Rhetoric and Grammar (6th edition). Heinle and Heinle Publishers.