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Wednesday, January 19, 2011 (4/28) MComm 320 – Winter 2011 – Sections 3 & 21 1. Announcements : Class time for Grammar Group meetings : I realize it is difficult to arrange for meeting time outside of class due to different class, work, and personal schedules, but do the best you can. I will give you most of the class time on Wednesday, January 26, for groups to meet. 2. Homework : Due today, Wednesday, January 19 Reading: W & S : pages 163 – 168 “Sentence Basics” Assignment: Ober Lab 6 Application of Commonly Confused Words (open-book) [found on Blackboard in Grammar Assignments folder] Due Monday, January 24 Reading: W & S : Chapter 1 “Communicating in Business” Business Etiquette Article found on Blackboard in Course Materials/Required Reading folder Assignment: Work on Grammar Group Presentations Due Wednesday, January 26 Reading: W & S: Chapter 10 “Giving Oral Presentations”
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Unformatted text preview: Assignment: Work on Grammar Group Presentations 3. Today’s lecture/activities : • Lecture on sentences: Sentence elements Subject/verb/complement Phrase/clause Independent/dependent clause Coordinating/subordinating conjunction Subject variations Sentence types 1 Simple Compound Complex Compound-complex Sentence guidelines Subjects Verbs Modifiers Parallel parts • Distribute optional Sentence Basics Quiz with Key. This is simply for your own use to test your understanding of concepts discussed today. Do not turn this in. • Distribute/discuss Grammar Group assignment description, document titled “Proper Points of Punctuation & Good Guidelines to Grammar,” and view samples of prior Grammar Group Presentations on DVD. • Meet briefly with Grammar Groups. 2...
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