|ENGL C102H Content Review|
Reading Level 1
Writing Level 1
Students must be able to write clearly structured academic essays on complex ideas presented in university-level sources, such as academic articles about literature, philosophy, and culture, as well as challenging and complicated literary texts by, for example, Homer, Aeschylus, Shakespeare, John Milton, John Stuart Mill, Herman Melville, Friedrich Nietzsche, Joseph Conrad, and Anthony Burgess. They also must be able to explain, analyze, and synthesize ideas in university-level reading materials.
Additionally, students must learn to distinguish among facts, premises, inferences, judgments, implications, and fallacious reasoning in academic articles and challenging literary texts, as well as use sound reasoning and relevant supporting details in their own written arguments.