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SCLA 101

Cornerstone provides Purdue students with the skills that will serve them throughout their lives: to write and speak with clarity and precision, to think critically and creatively, to assimilate and analyze information, to adapt to change and connect in multi-cultural environments, to make sound ethical judgments, and to understand the implications of decisions in both a historical and societal context.

 

SCLA 10100 - Transformative Texts, Critical Thinking & Communication I: Antiquity to Modernity

This course is dedicated to developing the ability of students to write in a variety of genres. It emphasizes engaged learning through class discussion, debate, and peer review. SCLA 101 introduces students to foundational texts from antiquity to the birth of the modern era. Students will explore readings that include fiction, drama, historical writing, essays, and more, to understand both the contexts in which they were produced and their relevance today.

Credits: 3

Summer 2021 SCLA 101 Course Schedule

SCLA 10100 Transformative Texts, Critical Thinking and Communication I: Antiquity to Modernity (3 credit hours) -  UCC: Written Communication; Information Literacy.

 

CRN

Time

Room

Instructor

In-Person

 5 -weeks (Early Start July 12-Aug 13) 

 

 

13147

MTWTF 1:00 – 2:30  

 TBD

Ibrahim Marazka

14101

MTWTF 2:45 – 4:15 

TBD

John Tompkins

       
Online Asynchronous  5 weeks (July 12-Aug 13)    Instructor 

29661

Online/Asynchronous

 

Jeffrey Turco

30047

Online/Asynchronous

 

Li Wei

 

 

 

 

Online and Asynchronous  8 weeks     Instructor 

 29659

Monday, May 17- Friday, July 9        

 

 Jeffrey Turco

29660

Monday, June 14 - Friday, August 6 

 

Daniel Conner