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    spam filter. I am not responsible for responding to messages that I do not receive! Student Learning Outcomes for this course: Given an out-of-class writing task in which students find multiple sources related to a particular topic, students will write a research report that shows the ability to...
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    8/7/13 Free Essay Home About Contact Me Publish Your Essay M ar 16, 2013 Member Submission Contents FAQ Letter Enter your email address: Search TOP VIDEOS | CLASS 1 TO 10 My Favourite Cartoon Character (Shinchan) Essay Class 7 Subscribe FREE Delivered by FeedBurner ...
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    English 101: Critical Thinking and Writing TTH 9:30am to 10:50 am Laurence E. Musgrove Office Hours: 11am to noon and by appointment Office: N416 Office Telephone: 773 298-3241 Office E-mail: musgrove@sxu.edu General Course Description English 101: Critical Thinking and Writing (3)...
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    Intellectual Prose ENWR 105 Fall 2011 Joining the Conversation of Ideas: Exploring Identity Instructor: [ Susan Lago ] Section: ENWR-105-17 Class Meeting Times: WF   08:30-09:45AM Classroom: BO 494 First-Year Writing page address: www.montclair.edu/writing/firstyearwriting ...
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  • Scc Fall 2012 Syllabus English 101
    teaching:                 1.  rhetorical and logical principles related to development of significant expository content in intelligently organized essays, paragraphs, and sentences;                 2.  critical reading;                 3.   acceptable diction and sentence mechanics;                ...
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  • Education
    journal and relate it to the class in which it was for. They have always been about everyday activities, or a specific event that I remembered. Currently, I am in the library listening to music trying to think of how to relate this to what we learned in class today, and my brain cannot relate. All that...
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    DE ANZA COLLEGE – WINTER 2011 – READING AND COMPOSITION EWRT 1A (9) – M/W 11:00-1:15 in G10 on the De Anza Campus EWRT 1A (61) – M/W 5:30-7:45 in S72 on the De Anza Campus Instructor: Dr. Deborah Garfinkle Office: F61e (Randolph Splitter’s Office) Phone: 650-378-7301 x 19106 (for messages...
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    Required for English majors. In English 101 we will focus on strengthening your critical thinking abilities and argumentative skills. All formal essays will be thesis-driven, with support drawn from the readings. The writing you do for this course will allow you to develop a more sophisticated style...
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  • HeHe
    1301-20162 English Composition I, Fall 2013 Class Meets: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9:05am-10:00am Instructor: Dr. Hart Office: NFAC 3114 A Email: krystal.hart@my.tccd.edu Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 11:00am-12:00pm, and by appointment Required Materials How to Write Anything...
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    Perspective The Role of Ethos in Rhetorical Practice Pathos in Rhetoric, its Theory and Interpretation Writing Workshop I: The Writing of a Critical Essay Categories of Reasoning and Their Application Fallacies and Refutation: Special Problems of Reasoning Fallacies in Public Address: Some Examples...
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  • First Day
    Skills COURSE NUMBER: ENG 1021-40269 QUARTER CREDIT HOURS: 4.5 CONTACT HOURS: 45 lecture hours PREREQUISITE(S): ENG 1020 CLASS DETAILS: Thursdays 6PM – 9:45 PM, Taco 219 INSTRUCTOR: Ms. Eve Wartenberg Condon OFFICE: John Hazen White 507 OFFICE HOURS: Tuesdays & Thursdays 3 PM –...
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  • ENGLISH as a second lang
    Wednesday, 8:00-9:40 AM Room F309 (Mon.) /Room F341 (Wed.) Instructor: Kathleen Reynolds Office: F340A E-mail: kreynold@harpercollege.edu Phone: (847) 925-6752 Text Message: (847) 447-6752 Office hours: Monday: 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM Tuesday: 9-9:45 AM; 12-1:15...
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    English 2000 Fall 2009; Tureaud 108 Section 9: TuTh 9:10-10:30 Section 3: TuTh 10:40-12:00 Professor: Dr. Rollins Office: 212-J Allen Hall Office Hours: TuTh 1:30-3:30 and by appointment Professor: Dr. Rollins Office: 212-J Allen Hall Office Hours: TuTh 1:30-3:30 and by appointment Email:...
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    College - Fall 2013 END 101 C6C - English Composition I S 9:10-1:00, H333 Prof. Richard Tayson (Office Hours: M 10-11; F 2-3 HU-425) Phone: 718-631-6302 Required Texts Fifty Great Essays by Robert Diyanni (ISBN:  978-0-321-84849-9) Handouts as necessary Course Overview The objectives...
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    Narrative essay assignment (Unit I essay): A personal object and its significance This essay is about a personal object and its significance. More specifically, in this essay, you will describe an object, its significance, how it represents you, how it is (or isn’t) representative of your generation...
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  • Sylabus
    Course Requirements By the end of their second writing course, students will have written • A variety of texts, including at least one researched essay, with opportunities for response and revision • A minimum of 5000 total words (roughly 20 total pages of written work), as made clear by the grading...
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    the one-year composition sequence. Introduces students to college-level writing as a process of developing and supporting a thesis in an organized essay. Requires students to read and think critically. Emphasizes using appropriate style and voice as well as the conventions of standard English and citation...
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  • Sample Addendum
    on.ca/fulltime). This addendum is your guide to the subject requirements and activities in my class. TEXTS & MATERIALS o Gaetz, Lynne & Suneeti Phadke. The Canadian Writer's World: Paragraphs and Essays, “Canadian” 2010. o A good quality English-language dictionary, such as Oxford or Merriam...
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    dates throughout the semester. I will advise you of any changes and additions. All assignments should be ready to be turned in at the beginning of class on the day they are due. Readings and other day-to-day work will be assigned as we go. A Sequence for Academic Writing (SAW) A Writer's Reference...
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    English 111: McKinley Unit 1 (Narrative: Identity and Learning) Reading Schedule & Essay Assignment Please Note: Schedule is subject to change; please keep up with announcements in class and on Bb. Numbers in parentheses refer to page numbers in Ideas that Matter. For each selection, write answers...
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