30:090 Composition [Glendinning]

Prerequisite: Permission of English Department Chair.
This is a remedial course for those students who have serious problems in the basics of good writing. A workshop approach provides instruction and drill in the fundamentals of reading comprehension and composition, including spelling, vocabulary, grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and paragraphing. Essays are written toward the end of the course. Composition is designed for first-year students who do not have English 40S or who had difficulty in English 40S. It is also appropriate for writers seeking additional instruction in ESL. Students are strongly advised to take 30:151 after successfully completing this course.
Note: Students may count for credit a maximum of 6 credit hours of 090/091 level courses within any undergraduate degree.

3 lecture hours per week, one term.

Instructor: Lesley Glendinning