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Using descriptive linguistic theory, this course examines basics of English grammar with emphasis on hands-on examples. Also includes exploration of politicization of English grammar. Prerequisites: three hours of English, Communication Sciences & Disorders, or Linguistics. Cross-listed with ENGS 101. 101.
Julie Roberts ()
Dates: May 20 - June 14, 2013;
This is a basic grammar course, beginning with parts of speech and ending with clauses and a bit of diagramming. No previous knowledge of grammar is required.
Students are expected to log onto the website and do a reading and complete 3-4 assignments per day, every day, five days per week. They may log on any time of the day, but it must be done every day. This is not an at-your-own-pace online course. No textbook is required. All materials will be available online.
Assessment is by online homework and quizzes, including multiple choice, matching, and discussion assignments.
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