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Writing 1


(all information subject to revision at instructor’s discretion)

****NOTE!  EARLY DROP DEADLINE FOR WRITING 1: FRIDAY, APRIL 4TH****

Click for: Writing 1 Spring 2014 Syllabus 

Click for: WRITING 1 DISCUSSION BOARD

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE HERE

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SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE WRITING 1

week 1: Introduction and Questions of Education

  • Tuesday April 1.
    • Introduction. Knowledge is Power.
    • Please order your print or NOOK textbook by the end of the day. Textbook information at top of page.
    • For next class:
  • Thursday April 3
    • Due: Response to Friere posted on discussion board.
    • Discussion: Questions of Education
    • Watch: “Changing Educational Paradigms”
      • For next class:
        • Read ch 9 . I will provide all further course readings.
        • Read Gorn OR Loewen
        • Before 8 pm the night before class, post Response to Gorn OR Loewen on the  Discussion Board
        • Note that Critical Question Assignment (Chapter 3 textbook) is due in one week.

week 2: Questions of History and Linguistics

  • Thursday April 10: Questions of Linguistics 
    • Due: Post Pinker on discussion board.
    •  In-class: Paradigmatic Analysis. Sign up for Conferences.
    • For next class:
      • Reading 2: Critical Thinking
      • Due Tuesday: Critical Question Assignment (in chapter)

 

EXTRA CREDIT–Arts and Lectures University of California Santa Barbara presents:

An evening with: Gary Shteyngart, Writer in Residence. Author Super Sad True Love Story

Thursday April 10, 8pm Campbell Hall

For credit, you must also attend: “Meet the Author” —

Open only to invited students (you are, as one of my students, invited)

MEET GARY SCHTEYNGART

Friday 10-11:30 a.m.

McCune Room, Interdisciplinary Humanities Center (6th floor, HSSB)

See his satirical YouTube Video introduction to the novel

For explanation and excerpt, see about Super Sad True Love Story

week 3: Critical Question and Question Map/Conferences

  • Tuesday April 15: Critical Question
    • Due: Critical Question (in class). Discussion.
    • Final Sign Up for Conferences.
      • Conference schedule will be posted on website
      • If you are not on the schedule, please notify me immediately.

For your conference date:

  • Read textbook Chapter 3.
  • Due: Question Map (Ch. 3) at your scheduled conference.
    • Alert! Revised Question Map due on day we return from Conferences.
    • NOTE! Conferences with instructor begin next Tuesday. Check your date and time.
    • You MUST attend your scheduled conference, as it counts not only as a credit assignment, but as attendance for the days we are in conference.
    • All conferences are held IN THE CLASSROOM
    • Your Question Map is DUE on the day of your Conference. I will ask you for it.

week 4: Conferences

week 5: Conferences

  • Tuesday April 29: No class or office hours. Instructor at Seminar.
  • Thursday May 1: SCHEDULED CONFERENCES in classroom.

week 6: Revised Question Map and Workshops

  • Tuesday May 5: Revised Question map due.
  • Thursday May 8: 

    • For next class:
      • Read Chapter 6 “Performing Analysis”
      • “Performing Analysis” due Tuesday.

week 7: Analysis and Workshops

  • Tuesday May 13: Analysis Assignment due. Workshop.
    • Note: 3+ page draft of final academic article is due in one week.
  • Thursday May 15:
    • NO CLASS. BY THE END OF THE DAY: BY EMAIL, SEND ME A .DOCX WITH YOUR QUESTION AS IT IS CURRENTLY WORDED. INCLUDE NOTES ON ANY CONCERNS/REQUESTS FOR HELP. I WILL RESPOND TO THIS DOCUMENT OVER THE WEEKEND AND RETURN IT TO YOU TUESDAY. THIS ASSIGNMENT COUNTS FOR CREDIT, AND CANNOT BE TURNED IN AFTER THE END OF THE DAY (BY 6 PM).

week 8: Draft and Workshops

  • Tuesday May 20: Workshop
  • Thursday May 22:Workshop

week 9: Workshops/Film Screening

week 10: Draft and Workshops

  • Tuesday June 3:
    1. Course materials will be returned to you by instructor during class time.
    2. You will return all course materials for your final course portfolio on the last day of classes (Th)
  • Thursday June 5:
    • Last Day of Classes.
    • DUE: final portfolio cover page (content list) and content within first TEN MINUTES of class. Please put in soft cardboard bifold folder.

Due: FINAL ARTICLE  DUE OVER EMAIL BY 06.15.13 at MIDNIGHT.

It is your responsibility to follow these guidelines

It is your responsibility to ensure you receive confirmation of receipt of your paper by the instructor.

  1. CLICK FOR ARTICLE 2 GUIDELINES
  2. CLICK FOR DIRECTIONS FOR TURNING IN YOUR PAPER BY EMAIL