| | |COURSE OUTLINE | |ESSAY WRITING | | | |ENGLISH DEPARTMENT | |FACULTY OF LETTERS | |STATE UNIVERSITY OF MALANG | |The Learning University | | |
Class of 2009
D @ E
Tue. 7-8 @ 9-10; Thurs. 7-8 @ 9-10
Gunadi H. Sulistyo (0817532747)
The main objective of this course is to develop the students’ ability to write various types of essay, comprising example, comparison and contrast, cause and effect relation, classification, and process analysis for descriptive and expository types of essay.
The knowledge and skills offered to the students would cover the components and organization of an essay, including using examples, details, casual analysis, comparison and contrast, cause and effect, classification and process analysis. Besides skill in writing, the students are also expected to learn to judge good essays.
The course assigns class work and outside-class work. In class there are brief lectures, discussions, and writing exercises in application of the given theories. More assignments are to be done outside class, which includes reading texts and writing the assigned topics/themes.
The final grade will consider these the recorded assessments of the products of all the work done by the students (60%), their active and intelligent participation during the class activities (20%), and the completion of the final project (20%). Classroom exercises/assignments must be done in class and students who miss them will get no score for those particular tasks. Students who do not meet the minimum requirement of class attendance according to Buku Panduan Penyelenggaraan Pendidikan (2009 Edition) will not deserve the grade of Essay Writing, and thus automatically fail the course.
Smalley, R.L., Ruetten, M.K., & Kozyrev, J.R. 2001. Refining Composition Skills. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.
Oshima, A., & Hogue, A. 2001. Introduction to Academic Writing. New York: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company.
|Meeting |Focus |Note | |1 |Introduction to the course |Course Outline | |2 |UNIT 1: FREE ESSAY | | | |Thesis statement & Introductory paragraph | | |3 |Developmental paragraph | | |4 |The conclusion...
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