English 3202

English 3202 is intended to prepare students for lifelong learning by engaging them in practical and interesting learning experiences closely related to their lives and to the world that they will experience as adults. Experiences in this course should be based on the interests and abilities of the students and should provide support to meet their individual and diverse learning needs.

Assessment and Evaluation Plan:

Writing and Representing Outcomes 45%
Speaking and Listening Outcomes 20%
Reading and Viewing Outcomes 35%

Students in this course will have a test during the midterm session and the finals session.


Materials commonly used in English 3202 at PWC:

‘The Hunger Games’ by Susanne Collins (novel)
‘Heist Society’ by Ally Carter
‘Face-Off’ by Michael Betcherman
‘No Choirboy’ by Susan Kuklin (selections)



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