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View : Fall 2024 | Summer 2024


Please print this page for your reference. It contains information on your class, your instructor, the course management system you will be using for the online class as well as information on how to access the class, and contact information if you need assistance.

Note: There may be multiple sections of this class taught online. Please be sure that you have the information for the class that you registered for. The section number, the reference number, and the name of the faculty members should be checked against the information in the printed schedule and on your registration material.

Term :
Fall 2024
Course Name :
English 101-32 (4278)
Course Title :
College Composition
Class Notes :
  • The DE-LEC part of this class requires 4.23 hours per week of online instruction.
  • This section is linked with ENGL 687 section 32 as a part of a learning community. This means that students enrolling in ENGL 101 section 32 MUST ALSO ENROLL IN ENGL 687 section 32. Per SBVC Assessment process under AB 705, these linked classes are designed to provide students with a high school GPA of 1.9 - 2.5 extra support with college-level reading and writing. Note: This is a fully online class. Students will be required to complete online instructional content via Canvas. This class could offer some live online meetings, but students will have options on accessing that content. Students should log on to Canvas the first day of class to access classes. Canvas Log In Page
Instructor :
Y. Lee
E-Mail Address :
Phone Number :
Instructor Comments :
Hello, class. In case you are wondering, online English 101 will not be available until Sunday, 1/10, at 5 p.m. You may log into your class at that time and see what is store for you in the first week. Meanwhile, let me tell you a little about the class. English 101 is a very time intensive and demanding college-level class that involves multiple essays (4 pages each), includes a major research paper (6-8 pages), and requires the MLA style in formatting essays and documenting sources. You should be fine as long as you devote a total of 4 hours each week to this class, pay close attention to instructions, and submit your assignments by the deadline. NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS--INCLUDING ESSAYS--ARE ACCEPTED.

Before you start this online course in the spring, you may want to get a head start and do some required readings. Purchase the reader (relatively slim volume), "Mirror on America: Essays and Images from Popular Culture." Bedford/St. Martin's Press, 4th ed. ISBN 0312613571. MAKE SURE IT'S THE FOURTH EDITION. Start reading chapter 1 and 3. The first week's assignment has to do with chapter 1, and the 2nd week's more time-consuming assignment involves chapter 3.

4 REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS (smart to buy them in advance):

ONE--Philip Eggers. Steps for Writers: Composing Essays Volume Two. Pearson Longman. 2007. ISBN 0321198824.

TWO (bundled together with the #3 book for a lower price available at the Valley College Bookstore)--Elizabeth Nollen and Joan Mims. Mirror on America: Essays and Images from Popular Culture. Bedford/St. Martin's Press, 4th ed.

THREE--Marcia F. Muth. Research and Writing. Bedford/St. Martin's Press, 1st ed.

FOUR--Chang-Rae Lee. Aloft. ISBN 1-59448-070-2

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