CrystalBallard.WhatIsLCC History

Hide minor edits - Show changes to output - Cancel

Changed line 1 from:
Learning Community C (LCC) has been designed to provide you with an integrated learning experience. This means that you will be learning about history, communicating ideas, and the business of being a second-semester college freshman in all of your LCC courses. "An Inclusive America?" is the theme for our learning community for Spring 2018. Looking back in time, we will find ways to apply this theme to the men and women you study in Dr. Martin's class. Examining the present, we will find to ways to apply this theme to your personal experiences as a learner encountering new writing situations and tasks. By the end, you should have a rich understanding of the ways in which people throughout history fought for their inclusion in American social, political, and economic spheres.
to:
Learning Community C (LCC) has been designed to provide you with an integrated learning experience. This means that you will be learning about history, communicating ideas, and the business of being a second-semester college freshman in all of your LCC courses. "An Inclusive America?" is the theme for our learning community for Spring 2018. Looking back in time, we will find ways to apply this theme to the men and women you study in Dr. Martin's class. Examining the present, we will find to ways to apply this theme to your personal experiences as a learner encountering new writing/speaking situations and tasks. By the end, you should have a rich understanding of the ways in which people throughout history fought for their inclusion in American social, political, and economic spheres.
Changed line 1 from:
Learning Community C (LCC) has been designed to provide you with an integrated learning experience. This means that you will be learning about history, communicating ideas, and the business of being a second-semester college freshman in all of your LCC courses. "An Inclusive America?" is the theme for our learning community for Spring 2018. Looking back in time, we will find ways to apply this theme to the men and women you study in Dr. Martin's class. Examining the present, we will find to ways to apply this theme to your personal experiences as a learner encountering new communicative situations and tasks. By the end, you should have a rich understanding of the ways in which people throughout history fought for their inclusion in the American social, political, and economic spheres.
to:
Learning Community C (LCC) has been designed to provide you with an integrated learning experience. This means that you will be learning about history, communicating ideas, and the business of being a second-semester college freshman in all of your LCC courses. "An Inclusive America?" is the theme for our learning community for Spring 2018. Looking back in time, we will find ways to apply this theme to the men and women you study in Dr. Martin's class. Examining the present, we will find to ways to apply this theme to your personal experiences as a learner encountering new writing situations and tasks. By the end, you should have a rich understanding of the ways in which people throughout history fought for their inclusion in American social, political, and economic spheres.
Added line 1:
Learning Community C (LCC) has been designed to provide you with an integrated learning experience. This means that you will be learning about history, communicating ideas, and the business of being a second-semester college freshman in all of your LCC courses. "An Inclusive America?" is the theme for our learning community for Spring 2018. Looking back in time, we will find ways to apply this theme to the men and women you study in Dr. Martin's class. Examining the present, we will find to ways to apply this theme to your personal experiences as a learner encountering new communicative situations and tasks. By the end, you should have a rich understanding of the ways in which people throughout history fought for their inclusion in the American social, political, and economic spheres.