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ENC 1101 - Prof. Ebert

LibGuides to support the course work and assignments for Professor Valorie Ebert's classes at Broward College

Course Objectives

In this class, students will:

  1. Identify, construct, and use grammatical conventions of Standard Written American English.
  2. Compose essays that provide ideas and information suitable to the audience and purpose of writing.
  3. Students will critically analyze course materials and revise other student writing with a view to their content, tone, grammar, logic, thesis statement, and thoroughness of citations (if any). The student will be able to identify the main idea or thesis of the text; recognize and evaluate the supporting details; and comment on the effectiveness of the writer's overall technique.
  4. Locate, evaluate, and incorporate research material in print and/or electronic format for use in a research essay.

Contact Professor Ebert if you have questions or concerns: 

  • Email:    vebert@broward.edu 
  • Phone:    (954)201-2137