||Consider this . . .
||Enrich your pathway!
||Do you need
guidance pronouncing and understanding words and sentences?
||If you have
time, take these classes together along with college success classes.
want to improve your vocabulary and get more out of your reading?
focusing on understanding what you read and the various ways that
paragraphs are shaped?
speech class with 9 to improve your organization skills and
written few if any essays in school? Is it hard to organize your ideas
and write about your reading?
Do you guess whether or not a sentence is written correctly or a
paragraph is organized well?
your chance to take what would have been 9 and 90 together but as one
6-unit class with a modified
lab component built into the schedule. If you want lots of class
contact and integrated reading-writing support, take 91.
passed 90 or 91? Are you more ready to explore active reading and
thesis-support writing and go deeply into a course theme? Successful completion of this class will
also mean that you will be eligible to take 96 or the accelerated 961A.
||Get ready for a deep exploration of an issue by
following a driving question in this 6-unit accelerated course.
ready to learn more about argumentation and push deeper into academic
writing and critical reading?
taking English 8, 19, or 26 along with 93? Perhaps you could put
your 93 skills to great use in a speech, humanities, women’s
studies, or IDST class!
ready to read and write much more in order to do well in English 1A,
the next course in the English sequence--and a graduation requirement?
taking English 16 to enhance your 96 progress and eventual
transfer-level writing? Of course, 8, 19, or 26 go well with
96. Put your 96 skills to great use in other courses requiring
96 placement makes you eligible to take this 6-unit intensive course in
the accelerated pathway. Successful completion of this class will
also mean that you have fulfilled the English 1A graduation
||As with 9293, get ready for an even deeper
exploration of an issue by following a driving question in this 6-unit
ready to read and write more complex arguments and integrate more
sophisticated research? This course is also a graduation requirement.
a bit more help succeeding in English 1A/1B/1C, take 26 to strengthen
your grammar, 19 to strengthen your reading, and/or 16 to focus on your
to read more literature or try “creative” writing, you are
prefer to take 1A, 1B, or
||If you have
completed 1A, then you are eligible for 1B and 1C. In 1B you will
write critically about fiction, poetry, and drama. In 1C you will
focus on nonfiction, expanding your critical writing style,
argumentation skills, and research strategies.
in an elective that will take you deeper into the history and evolution
this be a great class to take with other English classes helping you to
expand your vocabulary?
||Do you need
more of a workshop setting to gain more control over what you’ve
been introduced to during the composition sequence?
||If you need
more specialized attention in order to be more successful in your
professional life and/or your university-parallel composition classes,
take 16 with 19 or 26, or take it before or with 96/1A/1B/1C.
completed 9 or 91or placed into a higher English course? How about
taking a class that will advance your critical reading abilities?
||This is a
great class to take when you want to work more intensely on your
reading skills. It is also a great companion to 16 or 26, and it
is really great to take before 96/1A/1B/1C, the humanities courses, and
the literature electives. Since this is a reading class, imagine
how well it could go with your other courses: history, film, sociology
. . .
like to focus on grammar to improve yourself academically and
students find that this class helps them succeed in 93/96/1A/1B/1C,
creative writing and literature electives. Even better—take
26 and 16 at the same time to boost your mechanics and idea development!
ever tried creating your own literary masterpiece? Would you like to
try writing a “creative” work while helping others in the
writing done in other English classes also takes creativity, the
English 35 classes enable you to build on the skills acquired in your
reading and writing classes—and elsewhere—to produce your
eligible for English 1A? Do you want to read, study, and discuss
literature in a range of cultural and historical contexts?
you’re considering majoring in English
at CCSF or elsewhere, take
advantage of our literature electives. Take more than one, and
look for ways to connect the literature, as well as ways to build on
the contexts explored in your other college courses.