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PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Curriculum & Instruction Recommendations

November 2008

Educational Services

Office of the Vice Chancellor

Presented and Approved at Board Meeting of November 18, 2008



PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Berkeley City College College of Alameda Laney Merritt

CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS



November 2008

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Berkeley City College 1
College of Alameda 3
Laney College 7
Merritt College 17

PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT


CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS
College: Berkeley City College Date Submitted for

CIPD Approval: November 3, 2008

COURSE ADDITIONS

DATE SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: November 18, 2008

ADD:

TOP #

JUSTIFICATION:










ENGL 258A, Writing Workshop

1.0 unit, 0.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lab

(GR or CR/NC)
Individualized instruction in writing: Thesis control and essay organization.

4930.21



S’09


This course provides instruction in English composition skills for students enrolled in composition courses who need supplemental work; there is a high demand among BCC students for this kind of help; this course helps student achieve one of the institutional student learning outcomes: Communication. It also supports the goals of the statewide Basic Skill Initiative.

New CB00 needed.




ENGL 258B, Writing Workshop

1.0 unit, 0.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lab

(GR or CR/NC)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL 258A
Individualized instruction in writing: Thesis control, essay organization, and idea development.

4930.21



S’09


This course provides instruction in English composition skills for students enrolled in composition courses who need supplemental work; there is a high demand among BCC students for this kind of help; this course helps student achieve one of the institutional student learning outcomes: Communication. It also supports the goals of the statewide Basic Skill Initiative.

New CB00 needed.




ENGL 258C, Writing Workshop

1.0 unit, 0.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lab

(GR or CR/NC)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL 258B
Individualized instruction in writing: Thesis control, essay organization, idea development, and sentence structure.

4930.21



S’09

This course provides instruction in English composition skills for students enrolled in composition courses who need supplemental work; there is a high demand among BCC students for this kind of help; this course helps student achieve one of the institutional student learning outcomes: Communication. It also supports the goals of the statewide Basic Skill Initiative.

New CB00 needed.




ENGL 258D, Writing Workshop

1.0 unit, 0.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lab

(GR or CR/NC)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL 258C
Individualized instruction in writing: Thesis control, essay organization, idea development, sentence structure, and editing/proofreading.

4930.21



S’09


This course provides instruction in English composition skills for students enrolled in composition courses who need supplemental work; there is a high demand among BCC students for this kind of help; this course helps student achieve one of the institutional student learning outcomes: Communication. It also supports the goals of the statewide Basic Skill Initiative.

New CB00 needed.




ESL 218A, ESL Writing Workshop

1.5 units, 1.25 hours lecture, 1.25 hours lab

(GR or CR/NC)
Individualized instruction in writing: Emphasis on pre-writing, thesis control, and essay organization.

4930.81



S’09

This course provides instruction for all levels of ESL students needing supplemental work in writing for academic classes. This class directly addresses the needs of English language learners, through specialized instructors and assistants, and extended time for writing and individual conferences.

New CB00 needed.




ESL 218B, ESL Writing Workshop

1.5 units, 1.25 hours lecture, 1.25 hours lab

(GR or CR/NC)

Recommended Preparation: ESL 218A
Individualized instruction in writing: Emphasis on essay organization and idea development.

4930.81



S’09

This course provides instruction for all levels of ESL students needing supplemental work in writing for academic classes. This class directly addresses the needs of English language learners, through specialized instructors and assistants, and extended time for writing and individual conferences.

New CB00 needed.




ESL 218C, ESL Writing Workshop

1.5 units, 1.25 hours lecture, 1.25 hours lab

(GR or CR/NC)

Recommended Preparation: ESL 218B
Individualized instruction in writing: Emphasis on sentence structure and mechanics.

4930.81



S’09

This course provides instruction for all levels of ESL students needing supplemental work in writing for academic classes. This class directly addresses the needs of English language learners, through specialized instructors and assistants, and extended time for writing and individual conferences.

New CB00 needed.




ESL 218D, ESL Writing Workshop

1.5 units, 1.25 hours lecture, 1.25 hours lab

(GR or CR/NC)

Recommended Preparation: ESL 218C
Individualized instruction in writing: Emphasis on editing and proofreading strategies.

4930.81



S’09

This course provides instruction for all levels of ESL students needing supplemental work in writing for academic classes. This class directly addresses the needs of English language learners, through specialized instructors and assistants, and extended time for writing and individual conferences.

New CB00 needed.




ANTHR 3, Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology
(Distance Education Addendum)
100% Internet

2202.00



S’09

This mode of delivery allows a wider range of students, including those with logistical, physical or geographical barriers, to take the course. It also allows for an increase in the amount of reading and writing assigned, and allows students to work at their own pace.



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