Syllabus ENGL 1113.075

Syllabus ENGL 1113.075 - Syllabus for ENGL 1113-Section 075...

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Syllabus for ENGL 1113-Section 075 10:30-11:45 TR—CLBN 201 Course Description In this course, we will learn the basic skills for producing college-level writing and critical analysis. This particular section of Freshman Composition will focus on the theme of “the real,” and how questions of the real intersect with issues of rhetoric and argumentation. We will work with a variety of texts, including written, aural, and visual forms. This course will also emphasize pre-writing, re-writing, revision, and peer editing as part of the writing process. Course Texts Andrea A. Lunsford, John J. Ruszkiewicz and Keith Walters, eds. Everything’s an Argument . 5 th ed . Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2007. Hacker, Diana. Pocket Style Manual . 5 th ed. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2008. Please bring relevant texts to class. *Any other texts will be made available either in class or on D2L. Other Necessary Materials You will need 1 folder marked on the outside with your first and last name, section, and time. Contacting Me There are three ways to contact me outside of class: email, office hours, and telephone. Do not leave messages for me at the English Department office. Also, do not leave messages at my office with other teachers. Such messages are often lost. I encourage you to contact me via email with your questions or concerns. If you are absent, you are responsible for contacting a classmate you trust for accurate information about the day’s events. Cell phones Please turn off and put away your cell phones before class. I expect that your cell phones will not ring during class. In fact, to avoid temptation, cell phones should not leave your purse, bookbag, or pocket. Should this occur, I reserve the right to lower your participation grade, mark you tardy for the day or, should the problem occur frequently, ask you to leave class. Text messaging counts as cell phone use. Submission of Drafts Instructor: Chelsey Crawford Office: Morrill Hall 404 Office Phone: 744-1982 Office Hours: TR 12:00-1:00, W 12:30-1:30 Email: [email protected] Email: [email protected]
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Rough and final drafts will be submitted to me via turnitin.com and are due by class time on the due date listed. All final drafts must be turned into this site so that they may be checked for originality. The log in information for your section is: Class ID: 3344940, Password: Crawford.
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