ENGL 101

A digital anthology of the classroom readings, assignments, extra material for Adam Heidebrink's ENGL 101 composition class.

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1. Week One

1.1. T 1/10 - No assignment

1.2. Th 1/12

1.2.1. Watch: South Park, Season 11, Ep. 12 - Minutes 13:00 - 14:30

1.2.2. Discuss: James Purdy, "Wikipedia is Good for You!?"

1.2.3. Discuss: Chapter One, from The Academic Writer

1.2.4. Assign: Wiki-Exploration

2. G.Docs Syllabus

3. Week Two

3.1. T 1/17

3.1.1. Watch: Colbert, On Definition/contention

3.1.2. Discuss: TAW, Chapter Three

3.1.3. Due/Discuss: Wiki-Exploration

3.1.4. Assign: Definitions

3.2. Th 1/19

3.2.1. SNOW DAY!!

4. Week Three

4.1. T 1/24

4.1.1. In class reading: Aristotle

4.1.2. WikiExplore Wordle

4.1.3. Discuss: Wiki Ethos

4.1.4. Discuss: Wiki Pathos

4.1.5. Discuss: Wiki Logos

4.1.6. Assign: Article Research

4.1.7. Assign: Final Unit Project- Rhetorical Analysis

4.1.7.1. Questions to Consider

4.1.7.2. Rhetorical Analysis Wiki

4.1.7.3. An essay detailing what a Rhetorical Analysis does

4.1.7.4. A short handout defining Rhetorical Analysis

4.1.7.5. WSU: AFOSP Handout

4.1.7.6. Sample Analysis

4.1.8. Due/Discuss: Definitions

4.2. Th 1/26

4.2.1. Discuss: Peer Review Practices

4.2.2. Due/Discuss: Article Research

5. Week Four

5.1. T 1/31

5.1.1. Due/Discuss: Rough Draft One- Rhetorical Analysis

5.1.2. Small group peer review

5.1.3. Sign-up for conference time

5.1.4. Assign: Reflective Paper One

5.2. Th 2/2

5.2.1. **No class** Please show up for your mandatory conference instead.

5.3. Sun 2/5

5.3.1. Due via GoogleDocs Share: Draft Two- Rhetorical Analysis

6. Week Five

6.1. T 2/7

6.1.1. Discuss: MLA formatting

6.1.1.1. Citation Made Simple, Rhetorical Analysis sheet here

6.1.2. Discuss: Nicolas Carr "Is Google Making Us Stupid"

6.1.3. Due/Discuss: Reflective Paper One

6.1.4. Assign: Techno-Literacy Group Project

6.2. Th 2/9

6.2.1. Discuss: Excerpts from Is the Internet Changing the Way You Think

6.2.1.1. Shirky's "The Invisible College"

6.2.1.2. Smolin's "Hunter-Gatherers . . ."

6.2.1.3. Rheingold's "Attention, Crap Detection . . ."

6.2.2. Discuss: "The Future of Reading"

6.2.3. Watch (in class): Interview with Carr

6.2.4. Group-work time

7. Week Six

7.1. T 2/14

7.1.1. Due/Present: Techno-Literacy Project

7.1.2. Assign: Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives (DALN) Genre Study

7.1.2.1. DALN Website

7.2. Th 2/16

7.2.1. Discuss/Define: Literacy Narrative

7.2.2. Discuss Style

7.2.2.1. Vonnegut On Style

7.2.2.2. Orwell On Style

7.2.2.3. Nabokov On Reading/Writing

7.2.3. Due/Discuss: DALN Genre Study

7.2.4. Assign: Literacy Narrative Abstract

7.2.5. Assign: Unit Two Final Project: Literacy Narrative

7.2.5.1. Literacy Narrative, Alt. Assignment Sheet

7.2.5.2. Norton Guide to Writing Literacy Narrative

8. Week Seven

8.1. T 2/21

8.1.1. Due/Discuss: Literacy Narrative Abstract

8.1.2. Video: Creative Nonfiction

8.1.3. Peer Review Exercise

8.1.4. Assign: Reflection Paper two

8.2. Th 2/23

8.2.1. Due: Draft One Literacy Narrative

8.2.2. Peer Review day: Bring your essays

8.3. Sunday 2/26

8.3.1. Due via GoogleDocs Share: Draft Two- Literacy Narrative

9. Week Eight

9.1. T 2/28

9.1.1. Due/Discuss: Reflection Paper Two: LN

9.1.2. Introduce Unit Three: Research

9.1.3. Interpreting Data Exercise

9.1.3.1. Close Reading Info, Harvard

9.1.3.2. Close Reading info. Cambridge

9.1.3.3. Milton Excerpt

9.2. TH 3/1

9.2.1. Finish Discussing Data Interpretation

9.2.2. Assign: Unit Three Final Project: Annotated Bibliography

9.2.2.1. Sample Annotated Bib.

9.2.3. Assign: Unit 3.5 Final Project: Argumentative Research Paper

9.2.3.1. Sample Argumentative Research Paper (Beginning on page 120)

9.2.3.2. Argumentative Paper Info.

9.2.4. Assign: Research Proposal

9.2.4.1. Research Proposal Guidelines

9.2.4.2. Research Proposal Example

9.2.5. Multimodal Research exercise

9.2.5.1. Multimodal Research Guide

10. Week Nine

10.1. T 3/6

10.1.1. Library Day (Terrell Room 105)

10.2. Th 3/8

10.2.1. Due/Discuss: Research Proposal

10.2.2. Refining Topics Exercise

10.2.3. (Afternoon class Observation)

11. Week Ten

11.1. SPRING BREAK!

12. Week Eleven

12.1. T 3/20

12.1.1. Due: Draft One Annotated Bib.

12.1.2. Peer Review / Workshop day

12.2. Th 3/22

12.2.1. Due via GoogleDocs Share: Annotated Bib., Draft Two

12.2.2. Discuss: Constructing an argument

12.2.2.1. Essay Writing Resource

12.2.2.2. Jerz's Argument Page

12.2.2.3. Seven Rules of Argument

12.2.2.4. Gulliver Example (Ongoing)

12.2.3. Example Essay w/ Commentary

13. Week Twelve

13.1. T 3/27

13.1.1. Quote Integration Basics

13.1.2. Quote Integration Do's and Don'ts

13.1.3. Quote Integration Exercise (In class)

13.2. Th 3/29

13.2.1. No Formal Class - Extended Office Hours for help with Argumentative Research Paper (Sign up in advance or stop by when nobody else is there)

14. Week Thirteen

14.1. T 4/3

14.1.1. Proofreading Order

14.1.1.1. Concise Sentences

14.1.2. Error Checking

14.1.2.1. Twelve Common Errors

14.1.3. Effective Conclusion Handout

14.1.3.1. Example Conclusion

14.2. Th 4/5

14.2.1. Due: Draft One Argumentative Research Paper

14.2.2. Peer Review Day

14.3. Sun 4/8

14.3.1. Due via GoogleDocs Share: Argumentative Research Paper, Draft Two

15. Week Fourteen

15.1. T 4/10

15.1.1. Assign: Final Portfolio

15.1.2. Assign: Portfolio Cover Letter

15.1.3. Discuss: Revision Strategy

15.1.3.1. Space

15.1.3.2. Content

15.1.3.3. Grammar / Mechanics

15.1.3.4. Tone / Purpose

15.1.4. Evaluation Guidelines

15.2. Th 4/12

15.2.1. Example Portfolios

15.2.2. Workshop: Bring any essay you want to revise

16. Week Fifteen

16.1. T 4/17

16.1.1. No Class; Instructor out of town

16.2. Th 4/19

16.2.1. Due/Present: Portfolio Cover Letters

17. Week Sixteen

17.1. T 4/24

17.1.1. Portfolio Workshop Day

17.1.2. Argumentative Logic

17.1.2.1. Onion bad logic

17.1.2.2. 3 common illogical errors

17.1.2.3. False Dichotomy

17.1.2.4. Chapter on Argumentative Logic

17.2. Th 4/26

17.2.1. Due: Final Portfolio Project

17.2.2. Class Assessment

18. Chronicle Article