Intoduction to academic reading and writing. Close examination of a variety of texts (personal, popular, literary, professional, academic) from culturally diverse traditions. Practice in comon rhetorical strategies used in academic writing. Composition of clear, well-organized, and well-developed essays, with varying purposes and differing audiences, from personal to academic.
English Writing 100B and Reading 100; or Language Arts 100; or English as a Second Language 24 and 72 and consent of English Department Chair; or equivalent placement (normally based on results of English Placement Test).
Instructor Information: Marc Coronado
I grew up in New Mexico and West Texas, went to school at UCSB, and have a PhD in American Literature and Culture. I am the current Chair of Women's Studies at De Anza. I also teach Language Arts, and Chicana/o Studies. I serve as the Community Coordinator for LEAD, Latina/o Empowerment at De Anza, and as the LEAD Club Advisor. I paint, sew, and enjoy spending time with my family and friends. I also love to laugh, watch silly tv shows, and work for social justice.
Office Location: MCC14