EWRT SLO Statements
Faculty Greensheet Directions:
1. Scroll to your course
2. Copy your SLO statements into your greensheet
3. Make sure at least one assignment in your course addresses each SLO.
If you have questions, e-mail your SLO Dept. Rep, Amy Leonard, at email@example.com
EWRT Course SLO Statements
EWRT 200: Fundamentals of Writing
- Recognize and generate effective writing at the sentence level.
- Follow a writing process in order to convey focused, developed ideas in paragraph form.
- Approach and interact confidently with a variety of texts.
EWRT 211: Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills
- Clear ability to respond critically to one’s own and others’ experiences and ideas.
- Clear sequential relationship between supporting ideas and central argument/controlling idea.
- Evidence of strong synthesis, argumentation, analysis, and/or problem-solving skills.
EWRT 1A: Composition and Reading
- Practice writing as a multi-step process including planning and revising with attention to varying purposes, audiences, and rhetorical strategies.
- Read and analyze rhetorically and culturally diverse narrative and expository texts from a variety of perspectives.
EWRT 1B: Reading, Writing, and Research
- Demonstrate analytical skills in the reading of literary (and non-literary). texts linked by common theme or issue.
- Demonstrate analytical, organizational, verbal, and research skills in writing focused on common theme or issue.
- Comparatively evaluate multiple points of view and integrate them in analytical research paper.
EWRT 1C: Literature and Composition
- Identify the multiple levels of meaning of literary texts in journals, discussion, and essays.
- Analyze the cultural and historical background of literary texts.
- Demonstrates a progressive knowledge of the literary texts in essays and discussion through increasing length and/or the inclusion of appropriate quotations and close readings.
- Write effectively organized, academic (analytical, argumentative) essays based on literary texts.
EWRT 2: Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking
- Demonstrate academic (analytical, argumentative) writing based on reading of complex texts.
- Apply critical thinking skills to writing and complex readings.
- Demonstrate analysis, comparison, synthesis, and documentation of independent research.
EWRT 30: Introduction to Creative Writing
- Demonstrate a personal creative process in multiple literary genres.
- Identify and apply major technical and stylistic elements of imaginative writing
- Evaluate one's peers' and one's own imaginative writing.
EWRT 40: Introduction to Fiction Writing
- Demonstrate a personal creative process in fiction writing.
- Identify and apply major technical and stylistic elements of fiction.
- Evaluate one's peers' and one's own stories.
EWRT 41: Introduction to Poetry Writing
- Demonstrate a personal creative process in poetry writing.
- Identify and apply major technical and stylistic elements of poetry.
- Evaluate one's peers' and one's own poems.
EWRT 42: Writing it Real: Creative Nonfiction and Memoir Writing
- Demonstrate a personal creative process in the writing of memoir and creative non-fiction.
- Identify and apply major technical and stylistic elements of creative non-fiction.
- Evaluate one's peers' and one's own creative non-fiction.
EWRT 65: Literature Magazine
- Establish and apply aesthetic criteria to selection of material for magazine.
- Apply design principles and production skills to publish a literary magazine.
- Comprehend and analyze the descriptive systems of phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics.
- Analyze language universals contrasted by variations in social class, gender, age, ethnicity, geographic area, and idiosyntactic usage.