DISC 100 Discourse I: Reasoning and Values (Speech and Writing) Credits: 3

“Discourse” refers to the language, images, styles, genres, behaviors and other forms of communication used by specific social and professional groups. The techniques of discourse analysis and language awareness taught in this course will enable you to position yourself socially and professionally, helping you understand the discourse conventions, reasoning, and "commonsense" assumptions that create and define academic, political, professional, and other discourse formations and communities. Students will produce, perform, and analyze college-level, oral and written texts; and they will learn how written and oral performances function together in specific discourse communities.

Co-requisites: Anchor I.

University College


...100 , ANCH 101 , UNIV 102 , UNIV 202 , DISC 100 , DISC 200 , and/or MATH (100...

Applied Language Institute (ALI)


...prepares students for DISC 300. Prerequisites: DISC 100. Co-requisites: Anchor II. DISC 300 Discourse...