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Modes of Instruction
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The English Department's mission is to help students develop their reading, writing, and critical thinking skills. Kaskaskia College offers a range of composition classes, creative writing classes, and literature classes, including classes on J.R.R. Tolkien, Shakespeare, Native American Literature, and Classical Mythology.
ENGL 099: Writing Effective Sentences and Paragraphs
ENGL 100: Introduction to College Composition
ENGL 101: English Composition I
ENGL 102: English Composition II
ENGL 178: Creative Writing
LITO 103: Introduction to Literature
LITO 105: Introduction to Poetry
LITO 110: Classical Mythology
LITO 115: Film Appreciation
LITO 117: Film and Literature
LITO 202: English Literature
LITO 205: American Literature
LITO 206: Tolkien
LITO 210: Shakespeare
Discipline Student Learning Outcomes
- Write essays in standard English that are thesis-driven, substantive, and supported by sound evidence and reasoning.
- Analyze and evaluate literary works by using evidence and reasoning based on the texts and relevant cultural knowledge.
Gen Ed Student Learning Outcomes
- Critical Thinking
- Understanding of Diversity
- Research Skills
John OrletProfessor of English
Joshua WoodsProfessor of English
Clint StevensProfessor of English
Lesley BrowerAssistant Professor of English
Phone | 618-545-3040
Fax | 618-545-3393
Location | Main Campus
Office | Health and Business, HB 100