Corequisite English Composition Course

English Composition with Integrated Review

We’re thrilled to announce the newest English course, English Composition with Integrated Review.

English Composition with Integrated Review encourages students to thoughtfully craft, defend, and polish arguments while offering targeted remediation of foundational reading and writing concepts. Student learning of core composition topics is supported by a contextualized review of study skills, grammar, reading, writing, and research.

Through consistent application and real-world connections, students sharpen their existing writing tools while also engaging with new and challenging ideas. Students in the corequisite classroom will learn how to tactfully communicate to a 21st century audience with awareness of purpose, tone, and genre.

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Table of Contents

Integrated Review: Study Skills
0R.1 Understanding Different Learning Styles
0R.2 Determining Your Personal Learning Styles
0R.3 Stress Management
0R.4 Keeping Yourself Organized
0R.5 Time Management
0R.6 Study Strategies
0R.7 Test-Taking Strategies
0R.8 Taking Advantage of Campus Resources
0R.9 Writing with Technology
Chapter Review
Integrated Review: Why We Write
1R.1 Understanding Purpose
Why We Write
1.1 Writing Situations and Purposes
1.2 Writing to Respond
1.3 Writing to Summarize
1.4 Writing to Propose
1.5 Writing to Discuss
1.6 Writing to Describe
1.7 Writing to Argue
1.8 Writing to Analyze
1.9 Writing to Evaluate
Integrated Review: Modes of Writing
2R.1 Locating Key Information
2R.2 Classifying Major and Minor Details
2R.3 Identifying Organizational Patterns
Chapter Review
Modes of Writing
2.1 Descriptive Writing
2.2 Narrative Writing
2.3 Expository Writing
2.4 Persuasive Writing
Integrated Review: The Writing Process
3R.1 Writing a Paragraph
3R.2 Writing a First Draft
3R.3 Refining a Paragraph
3R.4 Strengthening Sentences
3R.5 Proofreading Strategies
3R.6 Finalizing a Paragraph
Chapter Review
The Writing Process
3.1 Pre-Writing
3.2 Drafting
3.3 Revision
3.4 Peer Review
3.5 Editing
3.6 The Final Draft
Integrated Review: Parts of the Essay
4R.1 Sorting General and Specific Information
4R.2  Determining a Paragraph Focus
4R.3 Writing a Topic Sentence
4R.4 Organizing a Paragraph
4R.5 Drafting a Paragraph
Chapter Review
Parts of the Essay
4.1 Common Essay Structures
4.2 The Introduction
4.3 Thesis and Purpose Statements
4.4 Body Paragraphs
4.5 Transitions
4.6 The Conclusion
Integrated Review: Reading Critically
5R.1 Pre-Reading Strategies
5R.2 Finding Meaning through Visual Clues
5R.3 Active Reading Strategies
5R.4 Finding Connections and Patterns
5R.5 Finding Meaning through Context
5R.6 Finding Meaning through Word Parts
5R.7 Finding Meaning through Inference
5R.8 Types of Main Ideas and Evidence
5R.9 Identifying Purpose and Tone
Chapter Review
Reading Critically
5.1 Taking Notes and Annotating Texts
5.2 Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details
5.3 Identifying Organizational Patterns
5.4 Understanding Purpose, Audience, and Tone
5.5 Recognizing Rhetorical Appeals
5.6 Analyzing Word Choice
5.7 Understanding the Basics of Logic
5.8 Recognizing Logical Fallacies
5.9 Evaluating Evidence
5.10 Analyzing Visuals
Integrated Review: Writing Critically
6R.1 Determining Essay Focus
6R.2 Writing a Thesis or Purpose Statement
6R.3 Organizing and Outlining an Argument
6R.4 Combining Words or Sentences
6R.5 Emphasizing Words or Phrases
6R.6 Using Inclusive Language
Chapter Review
Writing Critically
6.1 Understanding an Argument
6.2 Considering Purpose and Audience
6.3 Recognizing Your Constraints
6.4 Employing Rhetorical Appeals
6.5 Using Consistent Tone
6.6 Choosing the Right Words
6.7 Using Word and Sentence Variety
6.8 Polishing an Argument
Integrated Review: Research
7R.1 Introduction to Research
7R.2 Tools for Purposeful Research
Chapter Review
Research
7.1 Understanding the Research Paper
7.2 Planning and Tracking Your Research
7.3 Identifying Different Types of Sources
7.4 Evaluating the Credibility of Sources
7.5 Understanding and Avoiding Plagiarism
7.6 Integrating Sources into Your Writing
7.7 The Annotated Bibliography
7.8 Basics of MLA
7.9 Basics of APA
7.10 Basics of CMS
7.11 Basics of CSE
Integrated Review: Unique Forms of Writing
8R.1 Considering Style
8R.2 Considering Visuals
Chapter Review
Unique Forms of Writing
8.1 Writing Across the Disciplines
8.2 Visual and Digital Arguments
8.3 Oral Presentations
8.4 Etiquette in Social Media
Integrated Review: Basics of Grammar & Mechanics
9R.1 Nouns
9R.2 Pronouns
9R.3 Basic Verb Types and Tenses
9R.4 Verb Forms and Functions
9R.5 Perfect and Progressive Tenses
9R.6 Adjectives and Adverbs
9R.7 Prepositions
9R.8 Clauses and Conjunctions
9R.9 Using Capitalization and Italics
9R.10 Using Abbreviations and Numbers
9R.11 Using Basic Spelling Rules
9R.12 Spelling Commonly Confused Words
Chapter Review
Basics of Grammar & Mechanics
9.1 Parts of Speech
9.2 The Characteristics of a Sentence
9.3 Using Commas
9.4 Using Semicolons and Colons
9.5 Using Quotation Marks, Parentheses, and Brackets
Integrated Review: Grammatical Sentences
10R.1 Identifying the Characteristics of Sentences
Grammatical Sentences
10.1 Common Sentence Errors
10.2 Using Consistent Subjects and Verbs
10.3 Using Consistent Pronouns and Antecedents
10.4 Using Correct Pronoun Reference and Case
10.5 Correcting Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers
10.6 Using Active and Passive Voice
10.7 Maintaining Consistency in Tense and Person
10.8 Using Parallelism, Coordination, and Subordination
10.9 Proofreading Sentences for Grammar

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