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ENC 1101: English Composition I
Objective for this Guide
ENC 1101 is a course in which students gain experience in writing essays using varied patterns of development. While the specific focus and assigned readings for each course section may vary, it is very common for instructors to give students assignments in which they write about personal experiences or non-fiction texts that deal with contemporary social issues or popular culture. Students are also expected to demonstrate mastery of standard American English spelling, grammar, and punctuation and MLA citation. This guide suggests resources that students might find helpful in an ENC 1101 course.