Monday, August 31st -- Pre-assessment response due! Discuss assigned reading, writing exercises Homework for September 4th Read pages 87-114, 119-121 (no exercises) in Bedford, "What in the World is a Rhetorical Analysis" and Anne Lamott's Shitty First Drafts
Presentation | c. Manuscript | d. Key word | e. Rough | Hint: p. 38 | SLO1:Describe public speaking and identify effective communication skills, such as strategic planning. | LO1H:name the different ways of outlining a speech. | | 1 | 18. | The limits placed upon the speaker's choices by the rhetorical situation are called: a. opportunities. | b. constraints.
Similarities (mention briefly) k. Differences (illustrate thoroughly) C. Discuss concept of succession planning 4. Present broad reasons for succession planning 5. Discuss narrow implications and uses of succession planning 6. Illustrate a succession planning process l. Provide a graphic with source cited (research online) m. Explain each step of succession planning process from graphic Task 3 Continued D. Present summary of presentation 7. Extract 6 – 9 key points to restate that you most want reader to remember n. 2 – 3 points from individual performance appraisal o.
Bring two copies of the essay with you to class and post a copy to the page of the course Blackboard site. ● HW2 – Two parts. Part 1, Bring a copy of one annotated page of the Lind article (see RW pages 70-73). Part 2, Create a properly formatted works cited page entry for the Lind article SATURDAY, 02/09 ● Quiz 2 4 FRI 02/15 ● RW – “Planning,” p.2-23 and “Drafting,” p.23 – 29 ● RW – “Writing about texts,” p.70-79 ● BB – Murray, “Should the Obama Generation Drop Out?” ● BB – How to Write an Editorial or Opinion Column” ● BB – Essay Assignment 2 ● Discuss Murray essay ● Discuss writing a an editorial ● Workshop response to Murray Op-ed ● Peer Review 1 ● HW3 -- Two parts. Part 1, Create a bullet list of the following from the Murray Op-ed: key words, key phrases, key ideas Part 2, Create a properly formatted works cited page entry for the Murray Op-ed.
Workshopping of Analysis Essay 11/19 MON Discussion of Outlining, Summarizing and Paraphrasing. Read in Hacker p. 373-388(MLA 1- MLA3c:Supporting a Thesis, Citing Sources, Integrating Sources) NEW YORK MINUTE: Selected columns from “Metropolitan Diary” from Monday’s NYTimes. 11/22 THURS Thanksgiving -
GCSE 4202/04 ENGLISH LITERATURE UNIT 2b (Contemporary drama and literary heritage prose) HIGHER TIER P.M. THURSDAY, 24 May 2012 2 hours Question 1. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) The History Boys Blood Brothers A View From The Bridge Be My Baby My Mother Said I Never Should Pages 2 - 3 4 - 5 6 - 7 8 - 9 10 - 11 Question 2. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) ADDITIONAL MATERIALS Twelve page answer booklet. Silas Marner Pride and Prejudice A Christmas Carol Lord of the Flies Ash on a Young Man’s Sleeve 12 14 16 18 20 - 13 15 17 19 21 INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES Use black ink or black ball-point pen. Answer Question 1 and Question 2.
Chapter 1 pp. 4-11 Topics: Characteristics of Genres p. 5 Arranging and composing ideas into familiar patterns p. 9 Chapter 2 pp. 14-24 Topics: Concept maps p. 16 What defines what genre the writer most likely will follow p. 19 Which form of thesis statement is used when the writer’s purpose is to share information p. 20 Thesis statement types p. 20 - 21 Using Genres p. 23 Chapter 3 pp. 27-37 Topics: Using Angle p. 35 Chapter 4 pp. 42-56 Topics: Using Memoir p. 42 Chapter 5 pp.
16-35 | | 8/27 | Middle Ages | pp. 36-53 | | 8/29 | Middle Ages | | BB Quiz due by Sunday 8/31 11:59pm | | | | | 9/1 | Renaissance | pp. 54-70 | | 9/3 | Renaissance | pp. 71-84EOM Discussion Board Due by Wednesday 9/3 11:59pm | | 9/5 | Renaissance | | BB Quiz by Sunday 9/7 11:59pm | | | | | 9/8 | Baroque | pp. 85-117 | | 9/10 | Baroque |
|Repeat the steps in Question 9 for a subordinate sentence. | | |11. |Write out two examples of transitions from the essay. Give the paragraph numbers where the examples are located. | | | |Explain what the transition indicates about relationships among ideas.
Bibliography Flower, Linda “Writing for an Audience”. Language Awareness, Ed. Eschholz, Rosa and Clark. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s 2005 (88-90) Zinsser, William “Simplicity”.