College Writing I sections 204 and 210 Autumn Semester 2012 Instructor: Tracy Michaels Class ScheduleCollege Writing I sections 204 and 210 Autumn Semester 2012 Instructor: Tracy Michaels Class Schedule
Compose well-organized 900-2000 word essays with an introduction, well-developed body, satisfactory conclusion and effective transitions
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Explain Winn’s argument and discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with her analysis. Support your position, providing reasons and examples from your own experience, observations, or readingExplain Winn’s argument and discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with her analysis. Support your position, providing reasons and examples from your own experience, observations, or reading
This is one reason people talk about their television viewing so ruefully, so apologetically. They are aware that it is an unproductive experience, that almost any other endeavor is more worthwhile by any human measure
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Write Through The Semester Report for English Subject Centre and Keele Innovations FundWrite Through The Semester Report for English Subject Centre and Keele Innovations Fund
Another advantage in this early bird approach was plenty of time in which to do other work which I didn’t start in week 6
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Paper #2: Central pa lgbt history Archive: Essay + Blog PostPaper #2: Central pa lgbt history Archive: Essay + Blog Post
Length: 4-5 pages or 950-1200 words plus a 1-2 page or 250-500 word blog post version of your essay
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Essay Due Monday, April 23, 12: 00 noon my office (215 Miller Library). Extra Office Hours: Friday April 20th 1: 00-4: 00 Please note: citation format should be correct in this essayEssay Due Monday, April 23, 12: 00 noon my office (215 Miller Library). Extra Office Hours: Friday April 20th 1: 00-4: 00 Please note: citation format should be correct in this essay
Note the examples available to you listed below and do not hesitate to use easybib com. Two different, good, peer-reviewed research sources are optional
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Noon (My office): Turn in Single Body Paragraph Hard Copy, and as attachment toNoon (My office): Turn in Single Body Paragraph Hard Copy, and as attachment to
Two different, good, peer-reviewed research sources should be integrated into the final essay
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Course Syllabus: English 104 c (Thursdays and Fridays 5: 30—9: 30 p m.) Introduction to Poetry & Drama (theme: Youth and Authority)Course Syllabus: English 104 c (Thursdays and Fridays 5: 30—9: 30 p m.) Introduction to Poetry & Drama (theme: Youth and Authority)
Students will continue to develop their academic prose, with attention to advanced grammar, diction, phrasing, organization and argument-building in the thesis-driven essay
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Argumentative essayArgumentative essay
Cons (opposing ideas) of an argumentative issue. We should clearly take our stand and write as if we are trying to persuade an opposing audience to adopt new beliefs or behavior
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Pitch to PolishPitch to Polish
Gsw fall 2013 Assignment, Canvas Module Image, Topic Proposal Stages and Student Drafts
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12 ap literature & Composition Poetry Project in 4 parts Overall directions12 ap literature & Composition Poetry Project in 4 parts Overall directions
The dates will be from 4/7to 4/14 (each student will be given a specific date according to the geography of the tour.) All students will take a test on April 15 from the poems presented in your class
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Writing Assignment Life Choices- controlling Idea EssayWriting Assignment Life Choices- controlling Idea Essay
I chose. After completing their essays, they will compose their own poems using the theme of life choices. The poems can be about a personal choice they have made in their own lives or they can choose to write the poems about another person who has made an
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English 120: College Writing Fall 2012 crn: 15192English 120: College Writing Fall 2012 crn: 15192
The mission of Concordia University, a university of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, is to prepare students for thoughtful and informed living, for dedicated service to God and humanity, and for enlightened care of God's creation
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Course Syllabus: English 103 A3 (TThF 5: 30—9: 30 p m.) Introduction to Fiction (theme: Humanity and Nature)Course Syllabus: English 103 A3 (TThF 5: 30—9: 30 p m.) Introduction to Fiction (theme: Humanity and Nature)
Students will continue to develop their academic prose, with attention to improving foundational grammar, diction, phrasing, organization, and argument-building in the thesis-driven essay
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