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RDG 125 CRITICAL AND ANALYTICAL READING

This course will engage students in active reading strategies and best practices for comprehending college reading materials.  Included will be reading process skills, vocabulary development, and recognizing text features and organizational patterns, which will enable students to master skills for reading critically across the curriculum, creating study tools from texts, and retaining college reading material. Three credit hours. Prerequisites and/or Special Considerations: This course is required for and limited to all students who place within the specified range on the placement test. This course can be used as a Liberal Arts and Sciences Elective.  NOTE: Registration for and attendance of both the lecture (RDG125) and supplemental instruction (RDG125-SI) are required. The RDG 125-Supplement Instruction is worth 25% of the overall RDG 125 grade. Offered fall and spring semesters.