Course Descriptions 2012-2013 by Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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course id 004846 analyzes material previously studied in the program and prepares students for the national board for respiratory care examination addresses job seeking skills prerequisite rcp 200 and rcp210 and rcp 212 and rcp 225 with a grade of c or better or consent of instructor lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours components lecture rct realtime captioning technology rct 270 3 realtime vocabulary course id 004497 this course provides instruction in writing the spoken word with punctuation by means of a conflict-free reporting theory and principles as approved by ncra to provide instantaneous translation an in-depth study of vocabulary development and increased knowledge of terminology through dictation will be given the student will receive instructions on using a computer-aided realtime theory system and teacher interaction the student should also be able to take dictation at a minimum of 140 words per minute transcribed with 95 percent accuracy by the end of the semester prerequisite rct 260 rct 261 or consent of instructor must pass with at least a c grade in the prerequisite courses components lecture rct 271 2 realtime vocabulary lab course id 004480 this course will enable the student to practice realtime vocabulary writing and increase the user’s machine shorthand speed and accuracy this course must be taken in conjunction with rct 270 realtime vocabulary laboratory 2 credits 90 contact hours prerequisite rct 260 and rct 261 or consent of instructor student must receive at least a c grade in the prerequisite courses components laboratory rct 272 3 judicial technology course id 004496 provides the student with instruction in writing the spoken word with punctuation by means of a conflict-free reporting theory as approved by ncra to provide instantaneous translation hands-on instruction in computer-aided transcription includes instruction in operating a computer-system basic care and maintenance system support understanding of computer-aided transcription terminology and application of computer functions such as producing a transcript reading translating editing printing using parentheticals dictionary management computer operating systems windows formatting an ascii disk computer terminology overview of related software packages realtime application operating a realtime translation system setting up and operating realtime related hardware speaker identification realtime transcript composition and formatting students will learn the psychology and available resource materials for writing realtime the student will receive live practice dictation instruction in realtime reporting in components lecture rct 280 3 realtime skill development course id 004534 provides instruction in writing the spoken word with punctuation by means of a realtime translation theory as approved by ncra to provide instantaneous translation continued theory instruction is provided and the use of tutorial and/or realtime technology and teacher interaction dictation practice for 2-voice multi-voice testimony including literary jury charge current events and technical materials will assist in speed and accuracy development special emphasis is placed on dictionary building/management upon successful completion of this course students will be able to take dictation at 120 words per minute transcribed with 95 percent accuracy by the end of this term prerequisite rct 260 and rct 261 student must achieve at least a c grade in the prerequisite courses corequisite rct 281 student must receive at least a c grade in the prerequisite courses lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture rct 281 2 course id 004495 realtime skill development lab provides skill development in realtime dictionary building management and increase the user’s machine shorthand speed and accuracy this course must be taken in conjunction with rct 280 realtime skill development prerequisite rct 260 and rct 261 or consent of instructor student must achieve at least a c grade in the prerequisite corequisite rct 280 laboratory 2 credits 90 contact hours components laboratory rdg transitional reading rdg 20 3 improved college reading course id 002286 improves proficiency in reading comprehension vocabulary and critical thinking skills and prepares students for college and career reading through individualized and/or group instruction practice prerequisite as determined by kctcs placement policy lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes course also offered in modules rdg 30 3 course id 002287 reading for the college classroom improves critical reading skills by developing vocabulary techniques active reading strategies comprehension accuracy and interpretation of visual elements in text applies theories and strategies taught in the course to college and career reading materials prerequisite as determined by kctcs placement policy or successful completion of rdg 020 lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes course also offered in modules rdg 41 1 reading laboratory course id 006805 designed to improve reading comprehension vocabulary and critical thinking skills strategies taught in this course will be applied to college level materials pre-requisite compass score 81-83 lab 1.0 credit 15 contact hours components laboratory rdg 185 3 college reading course id 000301 designed to improve critical reading thinking and writing at the college level by identifying the components of expository persuasive argumentative and research text including the author’s use of tone purpose biased language and writing patterns apply strategies to college level text prerequisite kctcs placement policy lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes course also offered in modules rdg 201 0.5 active reading course id 006737 applies active reading metacognitive self-evaluation and reading rate strategies for proficiency in reading comprehension includes topics such as the reading process self-monitoring and self-correcting comprehension and adjusting reading strategies for various comprehension purposes pre-requisite as determined by kctcs placement policy lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours components lecture campus bsc rdg 202 0.75 transitions thought patterns course id 006738 construct meaning from texts through analyzing transitions and patterns of organization to improve comprehension and critical thinking skills pre-requisite as determined by kctcs placement policy lecture .75 credits 11.25 contact hours components lecture campus bsc rdg 203 1 basics of argument course id 006739 recognize basic argument components analyze contradictions to prior learning and draw valid conclusions about claims and supports for claims to improve critical reading and thinking skills use main ideas to accurately summarize texts pre-requisite as determined by kctcs placement policy lecture 1.0 credits 15 contact hours components lecture campus bsc rdg 204 0.75 words and visual elements course id 006740 rdg 301 0.75 critical reading course id 006741 rdg 302 0.75 text structures and supports course id 006742 rdg 303 0.75 logic and evidence course id 006743 rdg 304 0.75 words and visual elements course id 006744 rdg 1851 0.75 critical reading course id 006933 rdg 1852 0.75 valid supports course id 006934 rdg 1853 0.75 bias and fallacies course id 006935 expands vocabulary through examining word parts and context clues and infers tone and purpose through word combinations constructs meaning from visual elements to improve comprehension of text pre-requisite as determined by kctcs placement policy lecture .75 credits 11.25 contact hours components lecture campus bsc uses active learning prior knowledge and metacognitive strategies to quickly enhance comprehension uses active learning prior knowledge and self-assessment strategies to quickly enhance comprehension of text pre-requisite as determined by kctcs placement policy or successful completion of rdg 020 lecture .75 credits 11.25 contact hours components lecture campus bsc analyzes text structures paragraphs longer passages and arguments for central ideas supporting examples reasons and evidence to construct meaning from texts pre-requisite as determined by kctcs placement policy or completion of rdg 020 lecture .75 credits 11.25 contact hours components lecture campus bsc analyzes text for logical reasoning and valid supports to quickly detect key information in texts pre-requisite as determined by kctcs placement policy or completion of rdg 020 lecture .75 credits 11.25 contact hours components lecture campus bsc construct meaning from word parts context clues connotation and denotation for accurate comprehension of text evaluate word combinations to determine the author’s view tone and purpose for writing the texts infer meaning from visual elements such as diagrams charts and photos pre-requisite as determined by kctcs placement policy or completion of rdg 020 lecture .75 credits 11.25 contact hours components lecture campus bsc apply active reading metacognitive processes and analyze common text structures and supporting details to improve basic critical reading skills pre-requisite current kctcs placement policy lecture .75 11.25 contact hours components lecture identify patterns of writing and discern facts from opinions to determine valid supports use patterns and valid supports to organize ideas for a summary or concept map pre-requisite rdg 1852 lecture .75 11.25 contact hours components lecture interpret the author’s devices for expressing the writing purpose point-of-view and bias in informative persuasive and literary texts use this information to draw valid 337 course descriptions rcp 260 1 respiratory care seminar