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The Handmaid’s Tale(graphic novel) (finish)R 28 NovemberThanksgivingT 3 DecemberCourse ConclusionFINALSPAPER 4 DUE AT FINAL EXAMR 5 December8:00 ENG 2210 T268F 6 December2:00 ENG 1020 T268Appendix A: English Department Goals and ObjectivesGoals: The Department of English and Writing has three goals, and courses listed with an ENG or WRIprefix are designed to support one or more of these goals. Outlined below are all the department’sgoals, an indication of which goal (or goals) this course is designed to support, this course’s objectives,and a set of evaluation practices that instructors will apply to assess the success of student work inachieving the objectives.Goal 1: Students who complete core requirements will demonstrate that they have an understanding ofthe basic principles of grammar and composition and that they have an exposure to literature and toanalysis and interpretation of literature.Goal 2: Graduates who majored in English will demonstrate basic knowledge of British, American, andworld literature and the ability to analyze literature logically and persuasively in well-written, researchedessays.Goal 3: Graduates who have majored in Writing will have become acquainted with major forms,rhetorical structures, and styles that govern contemporary work in at least three of the following genres:Business, Drama, Advanced Expository/Nonfiction, Feature, Fiction, Poetry, and Technical. Students alsowill have had experience in three genres with editing, revising, and submitting their work for publicationor for professional use.Objectives:Students will demonstrate1.the ability to interpret literature logically and appropriately2.comprehension of assigned textsENG 1020 004 F19 Syllabus KCWC | 8
3.the ability to write literary-critical papers characterized by a clear sense of purpose, coherentorganization, thorough, detailed, appropriate, and accurate support, relatively few Dirty Dozenerrors, conformity to MLA style, and, as applicable, effective use of secondary sources.Relationship of Objectives to Goals:These objectives are primarily designed to support Goal 1. ForEnglish majors, they also support the latter part of Goal 2. For Writing majors, they provide generalsupport of Goal 3.Appendix B: Avoiding plagiarismBelow is some general advice on avoiding plagiarism from the helpful folks at the Purdue OWL().Research-based writing in American institutions, both educational and corporate, is filled with rules thatwriters, particularly beginners, aren't aware of or don't know how to follow. Many of these rules have todo with research and proper citation. Gaining a familiarity of these rules, however, is critically important,as inadvertent mistakes can lead to charges ofplagiarism, which is the uncredited use (both intentionaland unintentional) of somebody else's words or ideas.

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