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Grade: 12

Credit: 1 unit
Teacher approval; strongly recommend a B in a junior level English class; completed application with parent

This course provides the literary analysis/writing skills and basic forms of professional communication that students will encounter
in post-secondary/career pursuits. During the first semester students complete English 101, a writing intensive college credit
course in which students move from reflective comparison to critical analysis through writing. In semester 2 students complete
English 215, a technical writing course in which students use a writing process to research and produce various professional
documents including proposals, research reports/papers, user documentation, and customer communications. Additional
emphasis will be on collaboration and oral presentations. A tuition fee is required for each semester of this course. Students must
enroll for the full year. Course will be open only to students seeking dual credit. Dual credit information can be found
under the Advanced Studies section.