In the English part of the course you will continue to develop and practice the reading, writing and critical thinking skills that you were introduced to and worked on during first year English (ENG101-102).
Some of the skills we will work on include how to deal with unfamiliar language/ writing styles, how to identify the different parts of arguments, and how to better communicate your own views on the topic being analyzed.
In the second semester, you will continue to build upon the language skills you began to develop in Social and Political Philosophy I. As reading, analyzing, discussing and writing on philosophy are no longer new to you, we do expect a higher standard of work in Social and Political Philosophy II.
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