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English Skills – Group C

Courses below are open to English Placement Group C students. Assessment is required to determine class placement. See www.smc.edu/assessment. Course credit for Group C courses may not be applied towards the A.A. Degree.

ENGL 80, Reading Laboratory    3 units

Prerequisite: None.

This course is designed for students with below-average reading skills. The course provides a comprehensive laboratory approach to developmental reading. It is addressed primarily to students who need long-term individualized work in reading. Following assessment, an educational plan and learning objectives will be designed for each student. Emphasis will be placed on word attack skills and comprehension. English 80 is offered Pass/No Pass.

2126   2:15p-4:20p TTh   DRSCHR 312   Shapiro E P

ENGL 84W, The Basic College Essay    3 units

Prerequisite: Credit in English 81B or English 85.

English 84W focuses upon the basic college essay and the prewriting techniques useful in its creation. Varieties of essays are studied as well as those sentence skills that aim to locate and correct major sentence errors. This class features a scheduled group lab of one hour per week.

2127   8:00a-9:20a TTh   MC 4   Tateri J S

   9:30a-10:20a T   DRSCHR 315   

ENGL 85, Reading and Writing 1    5 units

Prerequisite: None.

Each section listed below includes 5 hours per week of lecture (listed first), and 1 hour per week of lab (listed second). The lab hour will begin meeting in the second week of the semester.

This course is designed to improve basic reading and writing skills necessary for college success. Students will develop reading comprehension, vocabulary, patterns of organization, and inferential techniques, and employ these skills in the prewriting and writing process. The integration of reading and writing enables students to apply what they have read to the writing process, starting with the paragraph and expanding to the basic essay. The course requires classroom work, lab work and homework. English 85 is offered as a credit/ no credit class.

2128   8:00a-10:25a MW   LA 204   Wright N E

   10:35a-11:25a M   DRSCHR 308   

2129   8:00a-10:25a MW   LA 115   James K R

   10:35a-11:25a W   DRSCHR 312   
Above section 2129 is part of the Black Collegians Program. See Special Programs section of schedule for program information. Above section is part of the Latino Center Adelante Program. See Special Programs section of schedule for program information.

2130   8:15a-10:40a MW   MC 3   O’Hara D M

   12:45p-1:35p W   DRSCHR 315   

2131   8:30a-10:55a MW   LA 136   Davison IV G S

   11:30a-12:20p W   DRSCHR 313   

2132   8:30a-10:55a TTh   LA 217   Weatherford K C

   11:10a-12:00p T   DRSCHR 308   

2133   8:30a-10:55a TTh   DRSCHR 201   James K R

   11:10a-12:00p Th   DRSCHR 308   

2134   11:00a-12:30p TThF   DRSCHR 212   Tateri J S

   12:45p-1:35p T   DRSCHR 315   

2135   11:00a-1:25p MW   MC 5   Weatherford K C

   1:35p-2:25p W   DRSCHR 308   

2136   12:15p-1:45p MWF   LA 200   Nichols E

   1:50p-2:40p M   DRSCHR 312   

2137   12:45p-3:10p MW   HSS 206   James K R

   3:20p-4:10p W   DRSCHR 313   

2138   12:45p-3:10p MW   LA 204   Hioureas E C

   3:20p-4:10p M   DRSCHR 308   
Theme: Financial Literacy. In this class, students will learn and write about personal finance skills in order to improve their financial literacy and live an economically sustainable life.

2140   12:45p-3:10p TTh   HSS 207   Weatherford K C

   3:20p-4:10p Th   DRSCHR 308   

2141   12:45p-3:10p TTh   LA 200   Hioureas E C

   3:20p-4:10p T   DRSCHR 315   

Above section 2141 is part of the First Year Experience (FYE) Program. See Special Programs section of class schedule or www.smc.edu/FYE for additional program information. Theme: Financial Literacy. In this class, students will learn and write about personal finance skills in order to improve their financial literacy and live an economically sustainable life.

2142   2:15p-4:40p MW   HSS 203   Shapiro E P

   4:50p-5:40p M   DRSCHR 312   

2143   2:15p-4:40p TTh   MC 3   Hioureas E C

   1:15p-2:05p Th   DRSCHR 308   

4167   6:45p-9:10p TTh   DRSCHR 215   Shapiro E P

   5:45p-6:35p T   DRSCHR 308   

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