Professor Rodgers ENG1101 Fall.2013.Schedule

 Week Topic Reading WritingHandouts
 1What Is Writing?: Object, Action, Process     
Read:

Course Syllabus

Introduction to What Is Writing?

Norton Introduction to Rhetorical Situations



Assignment:
RWA1

Journal: 
LJ1: Yourself

Group Work:
GA1

What Is Rhetoric?

What Is the MLA?

Taking Notes


 2Reading Is a Conversation: Reading as a Writer       

Active Reading

Norton Reading Strategies

Reading Like a Writer

Personal Essay: “Lost and Found” by Colson Whitehead

Interactive Graphic Essay: "Reshaping New York"

Photo Essay: "Before and After Bloomberg"

"Student Essay"
Assignment: 
RWA2: Responding to Reading

RWA3:
Journal:
LJ2: Place
LJ 2.5: Reading Notes

Group Work:


Norton Reading Strategies


 3Writing Is a Process:  Writing for Readers
Norton Writing Literacy Narratives

Norton Beginnings and Endings

Lamott

Essays on Dialects

Mellix


Assignment:
RWA3: Reviewing What You Have Written and Brainstorming

Journal:
LJ3: Strengths as Communicator
LJ3.5: A Story

Group Work:
GA3: What Is Grammar?
 Critical Reading
 4Writing Is a Conversation:  Brainstorming, Drafting, Revision
 Norton: Assessing Your Own Writing

 
  
 5Writing Is a Conversation:  Writing With and About Texts
Norton:  Writing Textual Analyses
Tan
  
 6Introduction to Argumentation
Norton: Thesis Statements

Norton: Arguing a Position
  
 7Midterm Exam
 Norton: Taking Essay Exams  
 8Writing About Texts
 They Say I Say
  
 9Research for Advocacy
 Norton: Research
  
 10Research for Advocacy Norton: Research  
 11Research for Advocacy
 Norton: Research  
 12Research Projects
 Norton: Research  
 13Research Projects
 Norton: Research  
 14Research Projects
 Norton: Taking Essay Exams  
 15Final Exam
   
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