ffd8ffe000104a4649460001010100a800a70000ffdb004300 English 0302020302020303030304030304050805050404050a07070 6080c0a0c0c0b0a0b0b0d0e12100d0e110e0b0b10161011131 Spring2009 Course Code: 41515150c0f171816141812141514ffdb00430103040405040 ENG 101(6) Course

Title: Basic 509050509140d0b0d14141414141414141414141414141414 English Credits: 3 Prerequisite: 1414141414141414141414141414141414141414141414141 Research ENG 099 Office: 4141414141414141414ffc0001108005e02520301220002110 (311) Building 2nd floor Classes: Sunday & 1031101ffc4001f00000105010101010101000000000000000 Tuesday (1150-1.20) Office 00102030405060708090a0bffc400b51000020103030204030 Hours: Sunday: 1.30-3.00 50504040000017d0102030004110512213141061351610722 Room: 7114328191a1082342b1c11552d1f02433627282090a16171 Monday: ADMN: 1101 9.30-11.30 Course 8191a25262728292a3435363738393a434445464748494a53 Instructor: Faria Tofail Tuesday: 5455565758595a636465666768696a737475767778797a838 9.30-11.30 Contact: 9882308, 485868788898a92939495969798999aa2a3a4a5a6a7a8a9aab Ext: 107 Wednesday: 9.302b3b4b5b6b7b8b9bac2c3c4c5c6c7c8c9cad2d3d4d5d6d7d8d 11.30 Email: 9dae1e2e3e4e5e6e7e8e9eaf1f2f3f4f5f6f7f8f9faffc4001f0100 faria@ewubd.edu Thursday: 0301010101010101010100000000000001020304050607080 12.00-1.30 90a0bffc400b51100020102040403040705040400010277000 102031104052131061241510761711322328108144291a1b1 Course Objectives: c109233352f0156272d10a162434e125f11718191a26272829 2a35363738393a434445464748 This course is primarily
designed to provide the opportunity for understanding and improving communications skills especially reading and writing. Students are expected: 1.To become an informed reader and critic of any text in English. 2.To gain an understanding of the underlying principles of effective writing styles. 3.To develop strategies for writing paragraphs. These strategies will include generating ideas, organizing thoughts in a paragraph, rewriting and proofreading. 4.To demonstrate an ability to prepare and deliver effective spoken responses. 5.To improve skills in critical listening and thinking. Course Description: The Basic English Course is designed to help students develop their competence in reading, writing, listening and presentation skills for academic purposes. The approach at all times will be communicative and interactive and will involve individual, pair and group work. Students will be exposed to different types of texts to develop efficient reading skill. Reading will also involve activities and discussions leading to effecting writing. Students will write paragraphs and will also be trained to edit and revise their own as well as their peer’s writing.

Department of Course Outline

Content: : Reading: Reading Passages, Skimming, Scanning, Inference, Vocabulary Building and S Summarizing. Writing: -Important factors in writing: Prewriting, Outlining (Drafting), Revising, Editing, Proofreading. - Paragraph Development: Paragraph Structure, Transitional Devices/ Connectives

• Grammar: Grammar teaching will involve remedial work. .-Writing Formal letters. Speaking: Individual and collaborative presentations. Much of the language will be c contextualized and will encourage students to study meaning as well as form.

EWU Textbooks: 1. 3.English Skills by John Langan. Portfolio: Students will be asked to maintain a journal. The Course Instructor will grade the journal at the end of the semester. which will contain their homework. -Existing reading materials will be used in tutorial classes for additional reading exercises.English Brush-up by John Langan. m Exam Schedule: 1st Midterm: 15th February. Oxford U University Press. 2009 Marks Grade (%) Grade Scale: 97-100 A+ 90-96 Assessment: Class attendance and participation 05% Quiz and A Presentation: 15% Tutorial: 10% Portfolio: 10% Term I: 15% (30) Term II: 15% (30) 87-89 Final: 30% (30) Total: 100% A? 83-86 B+ 80-82 B 76-79 B? 73-75 C+ 70-72 C 66-69 C? 63-65 D+ 60-62 D Below 60 F . 4th edition. McGraw-Hill Publications. This will be regularly monitored and checked by instructors.Interactions 1 (Reading). 7th edition. 2009 Final Exam: 26th April. 7th edition. McGraw-Hill Publications. Reading Materials (for 101) of the Dept. of English. McGraw-Hill Publications. 2.R Reference Books and Materials: New Headway (Intermediate and Upper Intermediate Level) by Liz and John Soars. 2009 2nd Midterm: 15th March.

5. 1.Students must follow these rules: 1Maintain an attendance record of 80% throughout the semester.). 3Students will not be allowed to sit for any make up exam except for emergency medical grounds. 2. Students who have more than four unauthorized absences from classes will be asked to withdraw from the course. . both up and down. 4The Department will show ‘zero tolerance’ to a student adopting any unfair means (copying in the exam. on the basis of student’s participation and performance. Applications in this connection must be supported by medical certificates.Submit assignments on due dates. Approval in this connection depends on the discretion of the Department Chair. LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. plagiarism in preparing assignments etc. 2Students who are more than ten minutes late for a class will be marked absent.The Instructor reserves the right to adjust final course grades. Students can apply for an ‘I’ (incomplete) Grade only when they are barred from appearing at the final exam on genuine medical grounds.

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