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Writing 2

Note: In compliance with the vote in the Student Senate requesting warning to student populations regarding “trigger” topics, notice is given here that materials in this class will most likely contain/make mention of/raise issues of sex, race, violence, gender, sexuality, and/or disability. Instructor will make every reasonable effort to accommodate those who are genuinely uncomfortable with representations touching upon these areas, but instructor also offers here clear notification that such topics will most likely arise in course materials and in discussion.


All course materials are on this page. Just follow the schedule.

Writing 2 Course Syllabus (11-12:50)

Writing 2 Course Syllabus (1-2:50)

Instructor email:
Office: 1308 Girvetz
Office Hours: 2:00-3:00 Tuesdays and Thursdays
WEEK 1                                                                                                                      

Tuesday     01.06.15    Introduction

  • In-class reading Sagan. Receive “Invitation to Collaborate” to discussion board by Wednesday at noon.
  • Notes:
    • For list of work to be completed by the beginning of a class, see the links listed on the day of that class.
    • All discussion board responses are due the evening before class by 9pm.
    • Always check to see what work is due on a given day.
    • Most readings are short. Some are extremely short, so read thoroughly.
  • For Th.:
    • Read (click on link) John Pollack from The Pun Also Rises.
    • Listen to excerpt Pinker Lunacy of Language (warning! some profanity-or dysphemisms)
    • POST Discussion Board Response to both Pinker and Pollack (and Sagan, if it comes up) by 9pm Wednesday

Thursday   01.08.15  Pollack, Pinker, and the “linguistic brain”

  • Due: A1 Sagan/Pollack Discussion Board Response
  • In-class Concept Map.
  • For T.:
    • Read Chapter 2 (short) Reason to Write (Vallis 2012)
    • Read Paulo Friere from “The Banking Concept of Education” in Pedagogy of the Oppressed and post discussion board response by 9pm Wednesday
WEEK 2                                                                                                                     

Tuesday  01.13.15       “The Banking Concept” and Stating the Obvious

  • Due: A2 Reading Discussion Board Response Friere.
  • View in class: “Changing Academic Paradigms.”
  • In-class exercise: Introducing a Question.

Thursday  01.15.15     Culture and Analysis

  •   Due: A3 Opening Exercise
  •   Due: A4 Reading Discussion Board Response Geertz.
  •   Exercise: In-class Analysis.
WEEK 3                                                                                                                     
“I don’t know what you mean by ‘glory,'” Alice said.
Humpty Dumpty smiled contemptuously. “Of course you don’t — ’til I tell you. I meant ‘there’s a nice knock-down argument for you!'”
“But ‘glory’ doesn’t mean ‘a nice knock-down argument,'” Alice objected.
“When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less.”
“The question is,” said Alice, “whether you can make words mean so many different things.”
“The question is,” said Humpty Dumpty, “which is to be master — that’s all.”
- Lewis Carroll Through the Looking Glass

Tuesday  01.20.15   Defining Your Terms 

  • Due: A5 3+ page Analysis Exercise
  • In-Class Exercise: Definition
  • For Th.:
    • Read Stanley Fish from Is There a Text in this Class? and post Discussion Board Response

Thursday 01.22.15      Percy and Rhetorical Analysis-SAMIaM

  • Due: A6 Discussion Board Response Percy.
  • In-Class Exercise: SAMIaM
  • Sign up Conferences [schedule posted asap]

For T.:

WEEK 4                                                                                                                       

Tuesday 01.27.15          Class canceled

Thursday  01.29.15           The Critical Question

 WEEK 5                                                                                                                     

Tuesday 02.03.15            Conferences

Thursday 02.05.15            No Class/Office Hours-Instructor out of town

WEEK 6                                                                                                                      

Tuesday 02.10.15  

  • conferences

Thursday 02.12.15  Conferences in Classroom

  • conferences 
WEEK 7                                                                                                                      

Tuesday 02.17.15           Conferences

  • conferences

Thursday 02.19.15          Article draft/Metacognitive Reflection 

  • Due A8: Analysis/Opening (beginning of draft of final article)
  • Due A9: Metacognitive Reflection
  • Lecture: F.D.
WEEK 8                                                                                                                       

Tuesday 02.24.15      Workshop

Thursday 02.26.15         Workshop

WEEK 9                                                                                                                      

Tuesday 03.03.15           Workshop

Thursday 03.05.15         Workshop

WEEK 10                                                                                                                     

T 03.10.15               !!!!! ATTENDANCE MANDATORY !!!!!!

Th 03.12.15        Final Day of Course

      • Due: PORTFOLIO in first ten minutes of class.



March 21, 2015 by midnight Due:  Article, 7+ pages, formatted

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