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Assignment& - Table of Contents English 414 Course Reader Fall 2010 Instructor Nathan Wirth Course Description I Sentence Combining 1 Quick

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Table of Contents – English 414 Course Reader – Fall 2010 – Instructor: Nathan Wirth Course Description 2 I. Sentence Combining Page 1. Quick Review of Some Basics 5 2. Quick Review of Coordinating Conjunctions 6 3. Subordination 7 4. Concession 9 5. Practice 10 6. Conjunctive Adverbs/Transitional Phrases 12 7. Practice 14 8. Punctuating Conjunctive Adverbs/Transitional Phrases 15 9. Sentence Combining Exercise 1 16 10. Adjective Clauses 17 11. Practice 20 12. Sentence Combining Exercise 2 21 13. Noun Phrase Appositives 22 14. Practice 24 15. Sentence Combining Exercise 3 25 16. Clause Modifying Verbal Phrases 27 17. Practice 29 18. Absolute Phrases 30 19. Practice 31 II. Other Handouts Page 1. Sentence Focus – Guidelines 32 2. Sentence Focus – Worksheet 1 34 3. Sentence Focus – Worksheet 2 35 4. Sentence Focus – Worksheet 3 36 5. PIE (Point, Illustration, Example) 37 6. PIE Exercise 38 7. Integrating Sources 39 8. In Text Citations 42 9. Works Cited Page 45 10. Quotation Marks – Rules of Punctuation 46 11. Titles 47 12. List of How to Format Various Sources 47 13. Commas, commas, and more commas 51 1
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Course Description — English 214 — Fall 2010 Instructor: Nathan Wirth — Email: [email protected] — Phone: use email — Office: HUM 584 Office Hours: T/TH – 12pm-1pm and By Appointment English 214 focuses on reading and thinking critically as much as it focuses on writing. With this in mind, you will be closely reading a variety of texts and viewing several films and responding to them critically. We will also be focusing on (A) how to formulate a thesis and then introduce, develop and bring it to a conclusion (B) strategies for combining clauses and adding detail in order to build syntactically more mature sentences (as well as other writing concerns) and (C) a variety of research strategies and methods. Required Texts and Materials: (1) Reefer Madness by Eric Schlosser (2) A series of articles and handouts that will be made available on iLearn. It is your responsibility to check iLearn regularly for updates and to download, print, read and bring to class the required articles. I will likely send out emails to let you know when new material is uploaded, so it is essential that you check your SFSU email account regularly (make sure that it is working). (3) A journal for taking notes, in class writing, and out of class writing. (4) A folder with pockets for submitting essays. (5) Access to iLearn. You will be completing a variety of tasks on iLearn. GE Segment 1 – Written Communication – Student Learning Outcomes: After completion of a GE Segment 1 Written Communication Course, students should be capable of: (1) Attaining writing skills suitable for upper division course work. (2)
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Assignment& - Table of Contents English 414 Course Reader Fall 2010 Instructor Nathan Wirth Course Description I Sentence Combining 1 Quick

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