Analyzing Author Style Using Students will combine three sets of kernel sentences based on the first paragraph of Britt's writing. They will then Sentence Combining: compare their sentences to Britt's. The class will discuss what sentence combining strategy or strategies they used and observe how Britt varies her sentences. Cause and Effect Writing: Students examine the causes and effects presented in a brochure called "Ozone: The Good and the Bad." They
10, 1977 (in biblio) SOUL -Horsford 2010 (Interview---Anna Horsford, September 10, 2010) Missing source Nikki Giovanni 2010 (Interview August 5, 2010) Missing source (Is this an interview?) Lukas 2010 (Interview) Missing source p.2 (press release 1969). Missing source Geraldine Warren, May 1, 1969, Letter Missing source + two more letters – for chapter – need to be cited Memorandum, December 14, 1972. From J. Golden to Jack Lyle, Subject “Data Regarding Black Journal.” NPBA Larry Williams, “Dixie Dialing- Monday’s Black Journal Will Focus On Solution,” The Commercial Appeal, January 24, 1969 BED George Gent, “TV Series for Bedford-Stuyvesant Begins Monday,” New York Times, April 5, 1968. Letters from viewers, BSRC files Melissa Harris Lacewell, Barbershops, Bibles and BET (THIS SHOULD BE IN BIBLIO—look for Lacewell) Wilson Walton, Brooklyn, NY, to IBS, 24 Apr.
Last day for late registration 2 9/2 The Rhetorical Situation Read: FYW “The Rhetorical Situation” pp. xx-xxiii. 3 9/5 No Class: Labor Day Holiday 3 9/6 OneBook Kickoff Talk by Tim Henry at 12:00 noon in Bluebonnet (in UC). 3 9/7 Appeals Read: FYW Ch. 3: Supporting Claims: Appealing to Ethos, Pathos, and Logos; Graff’s, “Hidden Intellectualism” in TSIS pp.
Grossmont College Project Success English 120 Section 5094 Linked with History 109 Section 5680 Professor Lisa Ledri -Aguilar E-mail: email@example.com Class Sessions: T TH 12:30 – 1:45 Office: 590A Office Hours: M 2:00 – 7:00 p.m. W 10:00 – 11:00 Phone #: (619) 644-7246 Room: 574 TEXTS AND MATERIALS Kirzner, Laurie G. and Steven R. Mandell. Patterns for College Writing: A Rhetorical Reader and Guide. 10th ed. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s.
Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness Autor: Styron, William Student Name: Yahaira Cabrera Barreto Course: English Foundations EN001-48 102 Instructor: Ms. Joan Zaun Due Date: April 1, 2015 Information about the author William Styron | Author (1925–2006) Novelist William Styron won a Pulitzer Prize for The Confessions of Nat Turner and wrote Sophie’s Choice, the basis of an Academy Award-winning film. William Styron was born on June 11, 1925, in Newport News, Virginia. He published his first novel, Lie Down in Darkness, in 1952. In 1968 he won a Pulitzer Prize for The Confessions of Nat Turner. In 1979 he published Sophie’s Choice, which was made into a film in 1982 and an opera in 2002.
English 1301: Rhetoric and Composition I Instructor: Yaroslav Malyuta Course Information: ENGL 1301 – 062 TR 7.00-8.20 pm PH 302 Office/Hours: TR 11.00-12.30 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone (Messages Only): 817-272-2692 ENGL 1301 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION I: Introduction to college reading and writing. Emphasizes recursive writing processes, rhetorical analysis, synthesis of sources, and argument. ENGL 1301 Expected Learning Outcomes. By the end of ENGL 1301, students should be able to: Rhetorical Knowledge * Use knowledge of the rhetorical situation—author, audience, exigence, constraints—to analyze and construct texts * Compose texts in a variety of genres, expanding their repertoire beyond predictable forms
• How do the characters in The Book Thief demonstrate the human capacity to overcome adversity? SAC Conditions and Criteria Unit 1 English Assessment Task 1 Area of Study One: Reading and Responding. In this task, you must write a written text response to The Book Thief. CONDITIONS: • You will be given the essay questions in the week before the SAC, and you will be allowed to bring in a one page, handwritten sheet of notes. • Please arrive promptly to class, ready to begin on time.
Virtual Field Trip Project Melissa Adams/ L23069790 Liberty University: School of Graduate Studies EDUC 500: Advanced Educational Psychology August 5, 2013 Virtual Field Trip Project Lesson Plans (1-3) |Grade Level: 11 Grade American Literature (Modern) | |Topic: Book: Mocking-Jay | |A. The Tragic Aspect of this Book and its Meaning | |B. A Virtual
BIOLOGY 106-5T Course Syllabus Spring 2013 Instructor: Leith Adams Office: 315 Gouaux Hall Office Phone: (985) 449-7116 E-mail: email@example.com Course Name, Number, & Title: Biology 106: Basic Biology II -- The Diversity of Life. 3-3-0. Class Meets: 5T Section: 1:30pm to 2:50pm in 101 Gouaux Hall Office Hours: Tuesday: 10:30am-1:30pm Wednesday: 9:30am-12:00pm Thursday: 10:30am-1:30pm Friday: 9:30am-12:00pm Catalog Description: Biology 106: Basic Biology II -- The Principles of Life. 3-3-0. A survey of the structure, function, origin, evolution and relationships of living things including viruses, bacteria, protists, fungi, plants and animals.
Soc 454 Sociological Theory Fall Quarter 2008 MTWR 10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m. Ackerman Hall Room 105 Dr. Rosemary Powers 116 Ackerman Hall Phone: 962-3819; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; webpage at http://www2eou.edu/~rpowers Mailbox in room 202 Ackerman (Social Science Office) Office Hours: Mondays 12 noon – 1:00 p.m., Wednesdays 11:00 – 12:00 noon. and by appointment Course Description: The EOU catalog description for this course reads as follows: "The origin and growth of ideas leading to the development of sociology as a discipline. Study of the principal frames of reference in contemporary sociological theory. Prerequisites: SOC 204 and SOC 205; a minimum of 15 hours of sociology is recommended." Beyond this