Reading and Writing Schedule

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Reading and Writing Schedule (Fall 2016) August 24: Course introduction and orientation August 26: Words that Confuse Read:  Little Seagull  pp. 299-303 Read: “Words that Trouble Us”  (Blackboard) Due: Exercise I (print this and all exercises from Blackboard, complete and  bring to class) August 29: Sentence Elements  Read:  Little Seagull , pp. 252-259 Due:  Exercise II (Blackboard) August 31: Topic Sentences No assignment; we will do an in-class exercise September 2: Topic Sentences and Development No assignment; we will read an essay in class September 5: Labor Day: no class September 7: In-class Writing I September 9: Writing Process:  Generating Ideas Read:   Little Seagull  pp. 9-11 In-class review September 12: Writing Process:  Generating a Thesis In-class work on Essay I September 14: Reading an Essay No assignment; we will read an essay in class September 16: Reading an Essay II No assignment; we will work on an essay in class September 19: In-class peer workshop for Essay I:  Bring to class two copies of a draft.   Bring also all assigned essay parts. You will turn in one copy of your draft  and all essay parts.  The other copy will be read by a classmate.
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  • Fall '06
  • Doig
  • pp., Little Seagull

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