505-508. Be able to discuss the Questions on Meaning, Writing Strategy and Language which follow the essay 10/29 MON FIRST draft of Documented Essay due. Bring 4 copies 11/1 THURS MIDTERM - Persuasive essay Annotated Bibliography due 11/5-11/8 MON-THURS Student conferences – assessment and discussion of the documented essay– details to follow 11/12 MON 1ST draft of Essay #2 –Analysis.. Your choices are “Too Much Pressure,” “Safety through Immigration Control,” “Not Your Homeland,””Supporting Family Values,” and “Bassackwards: Construction Spanish and Other Signs of the Times.”You will analyze one essay, including a discussion of the author’s evidence, emotional appeal and ethical appeal.. 11/15 THURS . Workshopping of Analysis Essay 11/19 MON Discussion of Outlining, Summarizing and Paraphrasing.
Step 2: Read ― Read the entire short story, trying to identify the writer’s main idea. Step 3: Review ― Summarize the story in your own words, using no more than two sentences. Step 4: Read the story a second time to analyze how the author has supported his or her ideas. Take notes,
Syllabus English 21a English Fundamentals 1 3 units Fall, 2012 Section 2066 2:15-3:35 MW HSS 206 Professor: Gordon Dossett, Ph. D. Dossett_Gordon@smc.edu (310) 434 4525 The prerequisite for the course is English 81B or Group B on the Placement Test. This course is the first semester of a two-semester course, English 21AB. It consists of a review of and drill in the fundamentals of English grammar, punctuation, spelling, reading, and composition. Text: Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser Student Learning Outcomes (for all sections of English 21a): 1.
Document Based Essay Question Put on your "historian" hat to demonstrate your ability to analyze source materials and develop an essay based on those materials. Your goal: a unified essay that integrates your analysis of four to ten given documents with your treatment of the topic. Comparative topics on the major themes will provide one of the focuses of the DBQs, including comparative questions about different societies in situations of mutual contact. The DBQ begins with a mandatory 10-minute reading period. Then you'll have 40 minutes to write the essay.
(To write on Character, See pages 93-95 of Backpack Literature.) 3. Choose any of the stories we have discussed in this class and write an essay on the themes explored in the story. (To write on themes, see pages 206-207 of Backpack) Guide on Prompt 1: To write on POV, you will need to address the following first by thinking, annotation, free-writing, then by crafting one main claim/thesis sentence to
YES NO For example: StudentNameCourseSectionEssay2PeerReviewDraft.rtf What is your name as the peer reviewer? Cecilio Martinez Essay 2 Peer Review Form Does the student writer provide the following information in the top left hand corner of the paper? His or Her Name Instructor’s Name Course and Section Date Essay 2: Peer Review Draft What is the title of the student writer’s essay? ___Peer Review Shell___ The Introductory Paragraph Attention Getter: Indicate which of the 6 openings does the writer use as an attention getter in his or her introduction? See Document 17 in the “ParagraphStuffPDF” folder for details Long ago, many people have been immigrating to America from everywhere across the world, which each individual brought with them different customs, beliefs, and cultures that
Muller, The McGraw-Hill Reader: Issues across the Disciplines, 11th edition Jane E. Aaron, The Little, Brown Compact Handbook with Exercises, 7th edition A college dictionary Equipment: A flash drive or device to save your work is required. A print card for copies Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course the student will be able to: 1. Demonstrate an understanding of the differences among academic, civic, and professional audiences and purposes for
Use the “Explaining Relationships Essay Thesis & Outline Template” to complete the assignment. 3. Review “The Writing Process” media piece for instruction on how to develop a thesis statement and outline. 4. Your outline should be a paragraph-by-paragraph breakdown of your paper to help you clarify its structure. 5.
Jolanda Shivers October 16, 2013 ENC 1102-10 Composition II Part 1: Generate a list of narrative essay components (refer back to pages 46-59 in your textbook). Write a one two sentence description of each component. -Thesis/main point of the paper. Thesis is the starting point you can give the readers some idea of what they are about to read in the body paragraphs. -Narration in your own words retell the story.