ENG 100 :: Composition I
Fall 2010 @Leeward CC

Credit Hours:
Donna Matsumoto
455-0637 (Ph)
455-0640 (Fax)
Instructional Mode:
Instructional Mode:
08/23/2010 - 12/09/2010
Course Requirements:
*Students will be contacted by their instructor by UH email before the first day of instruction. Students must check their UH email for course correspondence before the first day of instruction.
Course Prerequisites:
"Grade of "C" or higher in ENG 21 and ENG 22, or equivalent reading and writing courses; or placement into ENG 100 and ENG 102; or approval from the Language Arts Division."

Recommended Preparation: Typing or computer experience.
Course Description:
Practice in writing clear, effective university-level prose with attention to all stages of the writing process-generating
ideas, drafting, revising, and editing.
Required Textbooks:

Maimon, E., J. Peirtz, and K. Yancey. The New McGraw-Hill Handbook with Student Access to Catalyst. 1st ed. Boston: McGraw-Hill, 2007.

Trimmer, Joseph. A Guide to MLA Documentation with Password to Smarthinking. 6th ed. Boston/New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2004.

Required Resource:
Smarthinking. (Password packaged with Trimmer's textbook)

UH Outreach Bookstore: 1-800-UHBOOKS
Technical Requirements:
Computer hardware should be at least a Pentium MMX II with 64 MB of RAM.
Preferred hardware is Pentium III with 128+ MB of RAM.
Software must be Netscape Communicator or Explorer 4.0 including RealAudio
G2 (RealPlayer 7 or 8) and Internet access with at least a 56Kbps modem.
Preferred access is through RoadRunner, ISDN or DSL high-speed Internet
Additional preferred software is AOL Instant Messenger, Microsoft Office
2000 and Microsoft NetMeeting. Mactintosh systems should be comparably
Additional Notes:
DE AA Degree core

Alternate Technology Access Plan: In registering for a Distance Education course (Cable or Web) the student is responsible for finding immediate alternate access to a computer with Internet connectivity or cable television should that student experience technical difficulties. Technical difficulties can include but are not limited to problems with a student's computer hardware/software; inoperability of a student's VCR or DVR; or lack of service by a student's Internet Service Provider (ISP) or Cable Provider. Technical issues do not constitute the extension of an assignment, project, quiz or exam deadline unless agreed upon by the instructor.
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