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English: 101 - Walsh

English 101 - College Reading & Composition I

English 101 is a reading and composition course designed to prepare students to handle a wide range of college writing assignments and to acquire the analytic skills necessary for effective academic preparation. Stress is placed on the organization and composition of objective expository and argumentative essays, including the research paper.


This is a paper for which you research a subject, small in scope, and then write a report, analyzing and evaluating the subject. Your style must be objective, not subjective; your sources must be balanced (not just one perspective); and your information must be professional in nature.

Books (Print & Electronic)

Print Books

  1. Use OneSearch from the library homepage
  2. From the Refine Results menu on the left side, click In the Library.



  1. Use OneSearch from the library homepage
  2. Use the Refine Results menu on the left side
  3. Under the Available at LAHC - click Online
  4. Click the down arrow for the Resource Type heading - click Books


Ebsco eBooks




Assignment Requirements

Type: Essay

Length: 2,200 words

Required Sources: Ten professional sources are required. They include at least two books, two periodicals, and one internet source.


Stem cell research offers opportunities for cures but also ethical problems.
President Franklin Roosevelt’s breaking of the Japanese code and subsequent knowledge of the impending Pearl Harbor attack offers a new perspective on his plans for World War II.
Cancer “cures” through the use of food and supplements offer alternatives to traditional cancer “treatments.”
Form as a reflection of philosophy and function is exemplified in the buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Multiple language acquisition at an early age in some countries provides information on the thinking capabilities of young children.
Shakespeare’s discussion of mental and physical disorders reveals an extraordinary knowledge of medicine.



Navigate to the Find Books tab and use the library catalog search box. 


Connect to the catalog by viewing the books below:

  1. Click on the blue link or image to open the item record in the library catalog. Take note of the school location, call number, and status
  2. To find similar books, click on Catalog Record and look at the Subject Terms to see how the item was cataloged. 
  3. Click on the Subject Term to navigate to items cataloged with that term and view results. 

To begin a new search after viewing a book, click Search/Home on the top left bar. 


Individual Databases