ENG 120 College Writing II
Prerequisite: ENG 110 College Writing I
An emphasis on academic writing in order for students to develop competency
in the areas of research and analysis. Particular emphasis is placed upon
the collection of information through varying sources, the citation of that
information and student response to such information in the appropriate
By the end of this class, you will:
- Be able to write effectively in an academic setting, using sources,
formatting, and syntax properly.
- Understand and respond appropriately to the needs of your audience.
- Critique your own writing and analysis, and provide insightful
feedback on fellow students’ work.
- Locate, analyze, synthesize, and skillfully use primary and
- Demonstrate a basic familiarity with the terms and components of
cinema, and feel comfortable analyzing films based on technical
excellence and content.
Wilson holds a B.A. from University of California, Irvine and earned her
M.Div in Teaching and Exposition from International school of Theology.
Kirsten is a speaker and writer living in Colorado. She previously served as
Teaching Artist at LifePoint Church in northern Nevada, infusing creativity
into both the arts team and the teaching team. She has worked on
international curriculum writing teams, written scripts for stage
production, and authored devotional books.