9.Create and deliver an oral presentation of research findings to peers and faculty.
Writing today . Boston, MA: Pearson Custom Publishing. TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS Hardware Pentium III or equivalent PC-compatible; Macintosh- or Unix-based machines are not supported 256-MB RAM; 512 MB preferred CD-ROM 2-GB free space on master hard drive; 5 GB preferred 56-KB modem; cable or DSL connection preferred Software Windows XP or 2000 (or higher) Microsoft Office Professional 2003 (or higher) Internet Explorer 6.0 (or higher) Functional e-mail address with file attachment capabilities RECOMMENDED RESOURCES ITT TECH VIRTUAL LIBRARY (ACCESSED VIA STUDENT PORTAL) Log on to the ITT Tech Virtual Library at to read the following recommended resource: Self-Assessment Library To access this resource, click Reference to access Reference Resources. Next, under Additional reference resources, click Careers Self-Assessment to access the link to Self-Assessment Library. This library provides access to tools that allows you to assess your knowledge, beliefs, and actions in regard to a wide range of personal skills, abilities, and interests. Professional Organizations On the home page of the ITT Tech Virtual Library, look for the tab showing the name of the school in
Composition I SYLLABUS -5- which you are enrolled. Here, you will find a link titled “Professional Organizations.” Click this link and you will find recommended organizations related to your field of study. Grammar: Writing and Style: APA Links Click Reference > under Additional reference resources, click Grammar: Writing and Style. Read from the three APA links that appear, one for the Purdue OWL Web site (APA Formatting and Style Guide) and two for the American Psychological Association (APA Style and Basics of APA Style Tutorial). COURSE OUTLINE Week Number Course Objective Number Assessment Labs, Projects, and Exams Topical Outline Text Books Reading Assignment (Chapter #, pp.) 1 2, 3, 4 Forum 1.1: Why write? Exercise 1.1: Thinking about Audience Project Introduction Concept Presentation Chapter 2: pp. 12 – 19 Chapter 3: pp. 22 – 31 2 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Forum 2.1: Stories That Stay With Us Exercise 2.1: Prewriting Exercise 2.2: What Makes a Memoir? Concept Presentation Chapter 14: pp. 328 – 339 Chapter 21: pp. 412 – 421 Chapter 33: Select one of the following page range: 589 – 592 593 – 596 597 – 598 599 – 604 3 1, 2, 3, 4 Exercise 3.1: I’m stuck…Now What? Essay 3.1: Memoir Memoirs Investigate and Analyze Your Past Chapter 4: pp. 36 – 50 Chapter 15: pp. 341 – 346 Chapter 19: pp. 392 – 398
Composition I SYLLABUS -6- Week Number Course Objective Number Assessment Labs, Projects, and Exams Topical Outline Text Books Reading Assignment (Chapter #, pp.) Walk Through the Steps to Create a Memoir Effective and Ineffective Examples of a Memoir Concept Presentation Essays: Introductions and Conclusions Effective and Ineffective Examples Tips 4 1, 2, 3,4, 6, 7 Exercise 4.1: Reference Page
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