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REA 0007   DEVELOPMENTAL READING I

credits: 4  

This course # was formerly REA 0001.  College Preparatory credits (0### designations) may not be used towards graduation credits or to satisfy degree requirements. Prerequisite: Appropriate score on the SPC placement test. This is a college preparatory reading course designed to develop basic vocabulary skills, reading comprehension and study skills. Three class hours and two lab hours for a total of five hours weekly are required. (NOTE: A student cannot earn credit in REA 0007 after receiving credit for REA 0017 or REA 1105. ) 77 contact hours.

REA 0017   DEVELOPMENTAL READING II

credits: 4  

This course # was formerly REA 0002.  College Preparatory credits (0### designations) may not be used towards graduation credits or to satisfy degree requirements. Prerequisite: REA 0007 or an appropriate score on the SPC placement test. This college preparatory reading course improves vocabulary skills, reading comprehension, and study strategies. Three class hours and two lab hours for a total of five hours weekly. (NOTE: A student cannot enroll in REA 0017 after receiving credit for REA 1105.) 77 contact hours.

REA 0056   READING TECHNIQUES II: MY BRIDGE TO SUCCESS

credits: 2  

This course # was formerly REA 0990. College Preparatory credits (0### designations) may not be used towards graduation credits or to satisfy degree requirements. Prerequisite: REA 0007 with a minimum grade of C or REA 0001  with a minimum grade of C or appropriate score on the SPC placement test or approval of a Communications Department program administrator. This flexible entry/exit college preparatory course is designed to improve academic vocabulary skills and proficiency in college-level comprehension skills using course modules. Course strategies will include one-on-one instruction,small group instruction, and computer instruction in a lab setting. This course is intended to prepare students for successful completion of college-level courses. 30 contact hours.

REA 1105   CRITICAL READING AND THINKING

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: REA 0017 or EAP 1695 or appropriate score on the SPC placement test. This course is designed to develop and enhance literal and critical reading skills and vocabulary. Emphasis is also on critical thinking skills: analysis, interpretation, synthesis, and evaluation. (Note: A student cannot earn credit in REA 1105 after receiving credit for REA 1205.) 47 contact hours.


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