Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Day 8

English 102 Winter 2011 Day 8

1. Check the blog for snow days other than school announced (very, very rare).

2. Library workshops starting.

3. Wednesday bonus points: Open Mic Allied Arts 7pm (5000 Lincoln Ave—Gilbert Park)

4. Homework: Read TWIF “The Quiet Crisis”
Write: A ten question quiz (5 True/False and 5 Multiple Choice) over "The Right Stuff" (please provide a key)

5. Debate debrief
a. Did anyone argue against what they believed?
b. What were the big points?
c. Logos, Ethos, Pathos

6. Where do good ideas come from?

7. The Writing Process—C1

a. Planning
i. Assess the situation.
ii. Exploring ideas
iii. Formulating a tentative thesis
iv. Sketching a plan

b. Drafting
i. Introductions and thesis
ii. Body
iii. Conclusion

c. Revising
i. Global
ii. Revising and editing sentences
iii. Proofreading

d. Presenting
i. Layout and format.
ii. Headings.
iii. Lists
iv. Visuals
v. Academic formatting

8. Assessing the writing situation

a. Subject
b. Sources
c. Purpose and Audience
d. Length and format
e. Reviewers and deadlines

9. Warming Up: Exploring Ideas
a. Talking and Listening
b. Annotating Texts
c. Listing
d. Clustering
e. Freewriting
f. Asking Journalist's Questions
g. Read/Research

10. Organization for a persuasive essay.

4 comments:

EmilyMurphy said...

Going over the debate today was very interesting and i enjoyed refreshing my mind on pre writing.

JoeTFischer said...

just finished writing my quiz questions for "the right stuff." it was harder to come up with good questions than i initially thought. good thing i'm not considering a career is making tests or textbooks. plus, it's not a flat-world-friendly job.

cmgardner713 said...

Wow! Quiz writing encourages you to read thoroughly through the text looking for just the "right stuff" to question. A very interesting approach to learning. And I might add that this is the first quiz I've ever had to write.

Katie said...

The quiz writing was very interesting. I had a lot of fun trying to come up with good questions and answers! It made me read the text a lot more closely than I probably would have if I had just read because I was searching for key facts.