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English 105: College Composition II

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Take English 105: College Composition II to earn 3 college credits that can be transferred to over 2,000 colleges and universities. You'll develop skills that will help you outline research proposals, write research papers and craft strong essays. This course is conveniently self paced and mobile friendly.
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9 chapters in English 105: College Composition II

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Lesson 1 - How to Write a Research Paper Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[162099].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[162099].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 2 - Basic Essay Structure: The Five-Paragraph Essay Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1358].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1358].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 3 - Essay Introduction: Write a Thesis and Capture Your Audience Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1359].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1359].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 4 - Thesis Development: Steps and Instructions Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[15529].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[15529].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 5 - Thesis Statement Examples for Research Papers
Lesson 6 - Writing: Main Idea, Thesis Statement & Topic Sentences Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1322].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1322].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 7 - How to Write a Strong Essay Body Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1360].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1360].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 8 - How To Write Effective Conclusions: Importance and Elements Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[15902].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[15902].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 9 - Supporting Your Writing with Examples and Evidence Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[21678].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[21678].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
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Lesson 1 - Quoting, Paraphrasing and Summarizing Your Research Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[21118].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[21118].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 2 - What is MLA Format? Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1346].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1346].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 3 - What is APA Format? - Style & Definition Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[3339].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[3339].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 4 - Journal Article Citations Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1340].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1340].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 5 - Citations from Authored Books, Edited Books and Revised Books Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1341].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1341].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 6 - Citations from Magazines Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1342].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1342].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 7 - How to Cite Online Sources Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1343].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1343].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 8 - How to Cite an Online Article with No Author Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[180703].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[180703].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 9 - How to Read Citations in Texts and Bibliographies Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1339].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1339].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 10 - How to Use Parenthetical Citations Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[157601].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[157601].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 11 - What Is a Bibliography and When Should I Write One? Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1337].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1337].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 12 - Annotated Bibliography: Definition & Examples Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[3335].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[3335].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 13 - How to Make a Works Cited Page Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1350].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1350].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 14 - How to Avoid Plagiarism: When to Cite Sources Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1338].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1338].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
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Lesson 1 - Capitalization Rules in Writing Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[10917].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[10917].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 2 - Correct Spelling in Written Work: Strategies & Tips Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[22074].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[22074].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 3 - Commas: Correct Usage & Basic Rules Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[2746].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[2746].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 4 - Comma Usage: Avoid Confusion in Clauses & Contrasting Sentence Parts Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[2985].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[2985].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 5 - The Purposes of the Ellipsis and Dashes Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[21819].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[21819].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 6 - Punctuation: Using Colons, Semicolons & Periods Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1309].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1309].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 7 - Using Hyphens, Brackets, Ellipses & Quotation Marks Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[31418].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[31418].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 8 - How to Use and Interpret Hyphenation Conventions Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[22076].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[22076].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 9 - Peer Reviewing an Essay: Reviewing an Essay for Grammar
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Lesson 1 - Identifying Errors in Agreement for Nouns & Pronouns Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[54168].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[54168].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 2 - Identifying Subject-Verb Agreement Errors Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[10911].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[10911].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 3 - Identifying Errors of Verb Tense Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[10912].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[10912].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 4 - How to Write Better by Improving Your Sentence Structure Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1327].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1327].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 5 - Parallelism: How to Write and Identify Parallel Sentences Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1310].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1310].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 6 - How to Edit and Improve Essay Content Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1369].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1369].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 7 - Peer Reviewing an Essay: Copyediting a Peer's Work
Lesson 8 - How to Proofread an Essay for Spelling and Grammar Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1370].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1370].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 9 - How to Determine if Your Essay Addresses its Purpose Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[26330].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[26330].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 10 - How to Determine if Your Essay Addresses its Audience Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[26331].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[26331].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 11 - Peer Reviewing an Essay: Providing Feedback
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