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What do teachers teach? English 1B Course Descriptions

Every instructor chooses specific topics for discussion in English 1B; scroll down and discover what topics teachers teach.

Not all instructors teach every semester; check the "Schedule of Classes" first to identify who is teaching that semester, then read the course description here.

Schessler S. - "Composition and Literature"-Porter Gulch Review Spring 2014

Review short stories, screenplays, poems, paintings, drawings, photographs, and other texts for the Porter Gulch Review, Cabrillo College's Literary Arts Magazine. Look over and select the pieces submitted in order to create a diverse anthology of writing and artwork. Students in the course may serve as the production crew for editing manuscripts.

Introduces literature through reading, writing, and discussion to develop critical and analytical skills; satisfies Humanities and Fine Arts requirement for UC/CSU. Students write a minimum of 6,000 words, focusing on literary interpretation and research.

Sullivan D. - "Composition and Literature"-Porter Gulch Review

Review short stories, screenplays, poems, paintings, drawings, photographs, and other texts for the Porter Gulch Review, Cabrillo College's Literary Arts Magazine. Look over and select the pieces submitted in order to create a diverse anthology of writing and artwork. Students in the course may serve as the production crew for editing manuscripts.

Introduces literature through reading, writing, and discussion to develop critical and analytical skills; satisfies Humanities and Fine Arts requirement for UC/CSU. Students write a minimum of 6,000 words, focusing on literary interpretation and research.

Carter J. - "Composition and Literature"

Introduces literature through reading, writing, and discussion to develop critical and analytical skills; satisfies Humanities and Fine Arts requirement for UC/CSU. Students write a minimum of 6,000 words, focusing on literary interpretation and research.

Martin T. - "Composition and Literature"

Introduces literature through reading, writing, and discussion to develop critical and analytical skills; satisfies Humanities and Fine Arts requirement for UC/CSU. Students write a minimum of 6,000 words, focusing on literary interpretation and research.

Najarro A. - "Composition and Literature"

Introduces literature through reading, writing, and discussion to develop critical and analytical skills; satisfies Humanities and Fine Arts requirement for UC/CSU. Students write a minimum of 6,000 words, focusing on literary interpretation and research.

Raney B. - "Composition and Literature"

Introduces literature through reading, writing, and discussion to develop critical and analytical skills; satisfies Humanities and Fine Arts requirement for UC/CSU. Students write a minimum of 6,000 words, focusing on literary interpretation and research.

Scott-Curtis C. - "Composition and Literature"

Introduces literature through reading, writing, and discussion to develop critical and analytical skills; satisfies Humanities and Fine Arts requirement for UC/CSU. Students write a minimum of 6,000 words, focusing on literary interpretation and research.

Scott-Curtis L. - "Composition and Literature"

Introduces literature through reading, writing, and discussion to develop critical and analytical skills; satisfies Humanities and Fine Arts requirement for UC/CSU. Students write a minimum of 6,000 words, focusing on literary interpretation and research.

 

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