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Juliana Cardenas
Julie Cardenas

Julie Cardenas

English Instructor


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Phone: 619-644-7486
Office: Bldg. 52, Room 568A
Office Hours: Monday 6pm-7, Tuesday & Thursday 12:30pm-2, Wednesday 11:30am-12:30

 

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ENGL 110  College Composition

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COURSE OBJECTIVES


This course is designed specifically to help you:
  1. Improve your competence in writing short expository and argumentative compositions.
  2. Develop critical thinking and reading skills in response to various forms of writing.
  3. Write prose that conforms to the conventions of English spelling, punctuation and grammar.
  4. Learn to revise, edit, and improve your own writing. To meet these goals, my English 110 course is primarily an English writing workshop with an emphasis on the relationship between reading and writing, the process of writing and revision, and the importance of students as their own best teachers and critics.
ENGL 122  Introduction to Literature

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This course is designed to introduce you to the major literary genres through reading, analysis, and discussion. These genres will include the novel, short story, drama, and poetry. You will be required to write critical and appreciative essays in response to the works presented this semester.
ENGL 126  Creative Writing

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English 126 is a course designed to provide you with practice in writing short prose, dramatic and poetic literature. You will also study and analyze techniques in the works of professional writers and in the works of students. In addition, there will be an opportunity for publication of your work.
ENGL 145  The Acorn Review: Editing & Production I

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In this course you will be responsible for reading, selecting, editing, proofreading, and arranging student manuscripts for Acorn Review, the Grossmont College literary magazine.
ENGL 236  Chicano/Chicana Literature

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This course is a survey of folk, traditional, and contemporary Chicano and Mexican literature. You will read and analyze selected works from the following literary genres: the novel, short story, poem, and drama
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Education

BA CSU Sacramento
MA University of San Diego
  • GCCCD
  • Grossmont
  • Cuyamaca
A Member of the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District