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EN102-01 Spring 2009 Weekly Assignment & Reading Schedule for eCampus(2)

EN102-01 Spring 2009 Weekly Assignment & Reading Schedule for eCampus(2)

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EN102-01 College English II Spring 2009 Weekly Assignment and Reading Schedule Please note that all readings and assignments are due on the dates indicated below. Remember to check eCampus regularly for assigned articles and RR prompts. W January 21 Welcome to College English II Distribution and discussion of syllabus, course requirements, grading criteria, sample MLA guidelines, eCampus Guidelines for RR Prompts What is an argument, and why should I care? Homework: Diagnostic essay prep. M January 26 Diagnostic essay (in-class) Homework: CI p. 3-19 W January 28 Snow Day M February 2 Chapter 1 –Critical Thinking: reviewing the writing process, audience awareness/REALM, brainstorming, pre- writing strategies, overcoming writer’s block Homework: CI p. 31-41 “On Racist Speech” –Lawrence p. 55-59 “On the Justice of Roosting Chickens” –Churchill “Conspiracy Theories 101” –Fish p. 63-65 RR Prompt 1 W February 4 Cancellation M February 9 RR 1 Due - Discussion Chapter 2 –Critical Reading: appeals, the rhetorical triangle Writing Center Orientation Homework: CI p. 325-333, 453-455 W February 11 Chapter 8 –A Philosopher’s View: The Toulmin Model Chapter 12 –A Psychologist’s View: Rogerian Argument Classical Argument structure “The Great Australian Cat Dilemma” –Hartwell In-class exercise: Constructing a Toulmin diagram Homework: CI p. 177-182 “A Modest Proposal” –Swift p. 211-218 “A Modest Proposal for Holding Fathers Equally Accountable” – Pollitt RR Prompt 2
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