Syllabus - Victoria Olsen [email protected] office 411 Lafayette...

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[email protected] office: 411 Lafayette, rm 3D office hours: Wed 3-5 and by appt. WRITING THE ESSAY Expository Writing Program New York University Fall 2007: Monday/Wednesday In this class we will read, discuss, view, listen, and above all, write and rewrite.  We will  approach writing as something that we can all learn to do and to do better.  For this class, we are  all writers and our main focus of attention will be on the essay, which we will define together as  we move through our course work.  Welcome! Required Texts  (available at NYU Bookstore) Occasions for Writing  Ed. Pat C. Hoy II and Robert DiYanni Mercer Street 2007-08 The Little, Brown Essential Handbook Course Requirements Three 6-pp. final essays, submitted after two drafts.  These must be submitted on paper,  double-spaced and typed, with legible margins and fonts. Portfolio of all your graded essays submitted at the end of the semester, with one optional  revision.  Please buy a folder or loose-leaf binder to save and organize this material. At least two individual conferences with the instructor Good attendance Regular participation in class discussion and workshops, including one presentation of  your own writing for workshopping Class Meetings All readings are in  Occasions  unless stated otherwise.  All writing assignments will be posted on  Blackboard. Wed 9/5: In-class writing about art; diagnostic essay
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENG V40.100 taught by Professor Olsen during the Fall '07 term at NYU.

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