English Composition 2
- Credits: 3
- Course Code: ENGL 102
A course that seeks to help students develop additional writing and critical reading abilities.
Written work focuses on textual response and analysis.
Readings and written assignments will address texts of varying genres.
- Week One Preview
- Overview of They Say, I Say
- They Say, I Say Chapter One: “They Say”
- They Say, I Say Chapter Two: “Her Point Is”
- How to Write Anything Chapters 45-46: Summarizing and Paraphrasing
- Week Two Preview
- They Say, I Say Chapter Fourteen: “What’s Motivating this Writer?”
- How to Write Anything Chapter 22: Critical Thinking
- They Say, I Say Chapter Three: “As
HeHimself Puts It”
- How to Write Anything Chapter 47: Integrating Sources
- Week Three Preview
- They Say, I Say Chapter Four: “Yes. No. Okay, But”
- How to Write Anything Chapter 12: Synthesis Papers
- Week Four Preview
- They Say, I Say Chapter Five: “And Yet”
- They Say, I Say Chapter Six: “Skeptics May Object”
- How to Write Anything Chapter 37: Writing Style
- Writing Assignment #1: First Draft
- Writing Assignment #1: First Draft Peer Review
- Week Five Preview
- Writing Assignment #1: Final Draft
- How to Write Anything Chapter 7: Literary Analysis
Courses consist of 12 units over a 16-week period. The above is only a sample.
English Composition 1 must be taken and passed before English Composition 2.
How to Write Anything, 2nd Ed.
John Ruszkiewicz | ISBN 9780312674908
They Say, I Say with Readings* 3rd Edition
Graff, Birkenstein, and Durst | ISBN 9780393617443 (page numbering accurate) or 9780393937510 (page numbering may vary)
60% — Papers
20% — Forum Posts
10% — Assignments
10% — Quizzes
Lyle Witt, MA
Chair: Professional Studies
- BAR in Missions, Kansas City College & Bible School
- MA in Education, University of Kansas