Service Learning Courses in English

Spring 2014


ENG 101 - College Composition | Course Descriptions | Monroe Community College
ENG 101 - College Composition

A course emphasizing college-level, source-based writing (summary, analysis, synthesis, research), with special attention to critical reading and thinking skills. Students will draft, revise, and edit multiple thesis-driven essays. They will also study and practice argument and persuasion. (ENG 101 or ENG 200 satisfy the composition requirement for graduation.) Three class hours. (SUNY-BC)

3 Credits

Prerequisite(s): Waiver of accuplacer reading and sentence level tests; placement into ENG 101 or ENG 200 (minimum score of 81 on reading test and minimum score of 65 on sentence level test); or completion of TRS 200 with a C or better; or completion of TRS 105 with a C or higher; or completion of ESL 201 with a C or higher, or ENG 200 placement.

Co-requisite(s): REA 100 is required for students scoring between 71 and 80.9 on the Accuplacer reading test. Students may take REA 100 concurrent with ENG 101 or may take it prior to ENG 101. Students who take REA 100 before ENG 101 will need to earn a C or better in REA 100 in order to enroll in ENG 101.

Course Offered Fall and Spring

  • Service Project (ENG 101-020):
    Students will prepare and present College presentation materials for the Boys & Girls Club.
    (10 hours) S-14

  • Service Project (ENG 101-C02, C08, C09, C12):
    Students will prepare and present College presentation materials for Democracy Days at DCC.
    (10 hours) S-14

  • Service Project (ENG 101-C03, C11):
    Students will participate in a RACE project where RACE is looked at from several different views (biological, sociological, cultural, historical, etc. Research will be shared with the community via a video and a blog maintained by the students.
    (10 hours) S-14

 
ENG 210 - Literature of the Black Experience | Course Descriptions | Monroe Community College
ENG 210 - Literature of the Black Experience

Provides insight into the Black experience through the writings of such representative authors as Dumas, Pushkin, DuBois, Hughes, Wright, Ellison, Cleaver, and Baldwin. Three class hours. (SUNY-H)

3 Credits

Prerequisite(s): English 101 with a C or better, placement into English 200, or instructor permission.

Course Offered Fall and Spring

  • Service Project (ENG 210-CC2):
    Students will be creating a gallery space of Rochester's history that will be transported to the new MCC building.
    (10 hours) S-14

 
ENG 215 - Children's Literature | Course Descriptions | Monroe Community College
ENG 215 - Children's Literature

A survey of classic and contemporary children's works from Aesop to Rowling. Students will analyze a variety of different genres such as fables, poems, myths, fairy tales, picture books, and novels with themes such as evil, escape, individuality, and the demands of society. Critical approaches such as historical, psychological, feminist, and Marxist theories may be discussed and applied to texts. Three class hours. (SUNY-H). Three credits.

3 Credits

Prerequisite(s): ENG 101 with a C or better, or placement into ENG 200, or instructor permission.

Course Offered Fall and Spring

  • Service Project (ENG 215-003, 004):
    Students will create fairy tales for 1st graders and present them to School #44.
    (10 hours) S-14

mcc-web03.monroecc.edu