English 101E covers the same content as ENG 101, adding a linked studio component (ENG 101L) that complements learning experiences by providing additional individualized instruction and assistance with the development of course assignments, emphasizing invention, revision, and reflection within the writing process.
We recommend this course for those students who work better with frequent feedback on the writing process.

Student Learning Outcomes:

In ENG 101E, students will demonstrate the ability to

  • Understand the term rhetorical situation, analyzing audience and purpose in order to compose in multiple genres
  • Develop ideas and content appropriate to specific rhetorical situations, establishing control of thesis, paragraphs, and larger organization of the essay
  • Develop drafts and revise writing based on feedback from others, recognizing that writing involves collaboration with others
  • Write about and reflect on the strengths and weakness of their own reading and writing processes
  • Understand and employ research methods at an introductory level, documenting sources appropriately
  • Read and analyze arguments with an awareness of rhetorical situations, exploring persuasive strategies and possible consequences
  • Enhance language skills, establishing control of surface features such as syntax, grammar, and punctuation

ENG 101L: Extended Studio

The studio component complements the English 101E learning experiences by providing additional individualized instruction and assistance with the development of course assignments, emphasizing invention, revision, and reflection within the writing process.

Student Learning Objectives of the Studio:

In the extended studio space, students will receive individualized supplemental instruction and practice in writing skills that may include the following:

  • Invention Strategies
  • Drafting of Content
  • Revision
  • Editing and Conventions
  • Collaboration
  • Rhetorical Analysis
  • Reflection