In this course students learn to write clearly and effectively for defined audiences through a variety of strategies. Emphasis is on the writing process, from drafting through pre-writing, revision and editing. This course places reading at the core of the writing curriculum by including interaction with reading selections as the vehicle for idea development, analytical and interpretive skills, and research, and to serve as writing models. Prerequisite: Placement testing or a minimum grade of C or better in ENGL095G or ENGL099G. *COLLEGE COMPOSITION I POLICY: Students must pass the research component of ENGL110G College Composition I in order to pass the course. Students cannot receive credit for both English 110G and English 111G. All semesters