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Fall 2018 English 5

ONLINE CALENDAR (updated weekly)

KEY:
WBK = Class Workbook
EDW = Lunsford's The Everyday Writer
KWOK= Kwok's Mambo in Chinatown


DATE COMPLETE BEFORE CLASS COMPLETED IN CLASS
Tue 8/28 Bring:
WBK today and every day
(Check your Saclink email.)
Activity:
Group Discussion WBK p. 21
Activity:
Homophones WBK p. 28
Thu 8/30 Bring:
EDW today and every day
Activity:
U Policy Manual WBK pp. 40-41
Reading:
U Policy Manual Academic Honesty
Activity:
The Writing Process WBK p. 29
Activity:
Intro to Lunsford WBK p. 39
Activity:
Reading between the Lines
WBK p. 27
Tue 9/4 Bring:
A Laptop (Check One Out)
Activity:
Intro to Analyzing a Poem
WBK p. 22
Reading:
"Nothing Gold Can Stay" Frost
Activity:
Literary Terms WBK p. 35-36
Activity:
Computer Orientation
WBK pp. 42-43
Thu 9/6 Paper:
Diagnostic Paragraph Due for Grading
to TurnItIn.com by the beginning of our
class time. See WBK p. 38.
Activity:
Analyzing a Poem 1 - 3
WBK pp. 23-25
Reading:
"When I Heard the Learn'd
Astronomer" Whitman

"'Hope' is the thing with feathers"
Dickinson

"Let Me Tell You What a Poem
Brings" Herrera
Tue 9/11 Activity:
Poets Laureate WBK pp. 44-45
Activity:
Project 1: Part I WBK pp. 46-47
Activity:
Analyzing a Poem 4 - 6
WBK pp. 31-33
Reading:
"Tiger Mask Ritual" Divakaruni
"Still I Rise" Angelou
"Evolution" Alexie
Thu 9/13 Activity:
Reflecting on Group Experience 1
WBK pp. 57-58
Activity:
Group Discussion WBK p. 58
Activity:
Revising Capitalization
WBK pp. 72-74
Activity:
Revising Pronouns WBK pp. 75-77
Tue 9/18 Activity:
Poet Laureate Project Parts II & III
WBK p. 48
OPTIONAL CONSULTATIONS in CLV 132.
Sign up (or wait on stand-by).
Submit your work to TurnItIn.com
before your consultation.
Bring: Hard copy of the draft(s), e-copy of
the draft(s), and WBK.
No class. No office hours.
Thu 9/20 I am ill and am canceling class today.
Note changes to this calendar.
Complete as Homework:
Conducting Research 1 WBK pp. 53-54
Tue 9/25 Paper:
Preliminary Reference Page 1 for workshop.
Hard copy required. See WBK pp. 55.
Every student must bring a complete copy.
WBK will be graded in class.
Activity:
Grading Rubric Group Discussion
WBK pp. 66-67
Activity:
Feedback Sheet Group Discussion
WBK p. 68
Activity:
Instructor Comments WBK pp. 93-94
Thu 9/27 Paper:
Poet Laureate Project Due for Peer Review.
Hard copy required. See WBK pp. 48-51.
Every student must bring a complete copy.
Activity:
Peer Review WBK pp. 59-60
Activity:
Revision Plan WBK p. 61
Tue 10/2 Paper:
Poet Laureate Project Due for Grading
to TurnItIn.com by the beginning of our
class time. See WBK pp. 48-51.
Every student must submit a copy.
(Group-written papers must all be
exactly the same.)
Activity:
Personalized Grammar Activity 1
WBK pp. 69-71
Reading:
EDW chapter ______
Thu 10/4 Bring:
KWOK today and every day
Activity:
Exploring a Major and a Career
WBK p. 152
Activity:
Reading Notes 1 WBK pp. 98-99
Reading:
KWOK Chapters 1-4
Activity:
Group Discussion WBK p. 100
Activity:
Career Project Parts I-IV
WBK pp. 153-156
Tue 10/9 I am canceling class today.
Complete as Homework:
Reading Notes 2 WBK pp. 101-102
KWOK Chapters 5-6
In-Class Writing WBK pp. 104-107
The essay question has been
emailed to you.
Thu 10/11 Activity:
Event Critique 1 WBK pp. 62-65
Activity:
Reading Notes 3 WBK pp. 108-109
Reading:
KWOK Chapters 7-10
Activity:
Group Discussion WBK pp. 103 & 110
Activity:
Personalized Grammar Activity 2
WBK pp. 90-92
Reading:
EDW chapter ______
Tue 10/16 Activity:
Conducting Research 2 WBK pp. 162-164
OPTIONAL CONSULTATIONS in CLV 132.
Sign up (or wait on stand-by).
Submit your work to TurnItIn.com
before your consultation.
Bring: Hard copy of the draft(s), e-copy of
the draft(s), and WBK.
No class. No office hours.
Thu 10/18 Activity:
Reading Notes 4 WBK pp. 115-116
Reading:
KWOK Chapters 11-14
You will write an in-class essay
on KWOK.
Activity:
Group Discussion WBK p. 117
Activity:
In-Class Writing WBK pp. 118-121
If you were absent, email me
for the make-up question.
Tue 10/23 Paper:
Preliminary Reference Page 2 Due
for Workshop. Hard copy required.
See WBK p. 166. Group members
may bring partial copies.
Activity:
Reading Notes 5 WBK pp. 122-123
Reading:
KWOK Chapters 15-18
WBK will be graded in class.
Activity:
Group Discussion WBK p. 124
Activity:
Personalized Grammar Activity 3
WBK pp. 112-114
Reading:
EDW chapter ______
Thu 10/25 Activity:
Reading Notes 6 WBK pp. 125-126
Reading:
KWOK Chapters 19-21
You will write an in-class essay
on KWOK.
Activity:
Group Discussion WBK p. 127
Activity:
In-Class Writing WBK pp. 128-131
If you were absent, email me
for the make-up question.
Tue 10/30 Paper:
Interview Transcripts Due for Workshop.
Hard copy required. See WBK p. 165.
Bring a copy of every interview for
every group member.
Activity:
Reading Notes 7 WBK pp. 145-146
Reading:
KWOK Chapters 22-24 (end of novel)
3:00 Class Only: Meet in Library 1502
1:30 Class Only:
Activity:
Group Discussion WBK p. 147
Activity:
Types of Writing WBK pp. 148-149
Activity:
Types of Reading WBK pp. 150-151
Thu 11/1 Paper:
In-Class Essay Due for Peer Review.
Must be individually written.
Hard copy required. See WBK pp. 132-134.
Activity:
Event Critique 2 WBK pp. 141-144
Activity:
Peer Review WBK pp. 135-136
Activity:
Revision Plan WBK p. 137

1:30 Class Only:
Activity:
Reading an Article WBK pp. 177-182
Activity:
Responding to an Article
WBK pp. 182-183

3:00 Class Only:
Activity:
Group Discussion WBK p. 147
Tue 11/6 Paper:
Career Project Due for Peer Review.
Hard copy required. See WBK pp. 158-161.
Every student must bring a complete copy.
Activity:
Peer Review WBK pp. 167-168
Activity:
Revision Plan WBK p. 169
Activity:
Personalized Grammar Activity 4
WBK pp. 138-140
Reading:
EDW chapter ______
Thu 11/8 Activity:
Personalized Grammar Activity 5
WBK pp. 170-172
Reading:
EDW chapter ______
OPTIONAL CONSULTATIONS in CLV 132.
Sign up (or wait on stand-by).
Submit your work to TurnItIn.com
before your consultation.
Bring: Hard copy of the draft(s), e-copy of
the draft(s), and WBK.
No class. No office hours.
Tue 11/13 Campus is closed today.
Career Project Due for Grading

to TurnItIn.com by the beginning of our
class time. See WBK pp. 158-161.
Every student must submit a copy.
(Group-written papers must all be
exactly the same.)
Thu 11/15 Campus is closed today.
No work assigned.
Tue 11/20 Activity:
Preparing for the Portfolio
WBK p. 195
WBK will be graded in class.
Thu 11/22 CAMPUS CLOSED
FOR THANKSGIVING
Tue 11/27 Paper:
Event Critique Due for Peer Review.
Must be individually written.
Hard copy required. See WBK p. 184-185.
Thu 11/29 Activity:
Planning Your Cover Letter WBK p. 197
OPTIONAL CONSULTATIONS in CLV 132.
Sign up (or wait on stand-by).
Submit your work to TurnItIn.com
before your consultation.
Bring: Hard copy of the draft(s), e-copy of
the draft(s), and WBK.
No class. No office hours.
Tue 12/4 Paper:
Cover Letter Due for Peer Review.
Must be individually written.
Hard copy required. See WBK p. 196.
Papers:
Last Chance Peer Review on any draft.
Hard copies required. See WBK pp. 12-13.
Last class meeting.
Deadline for late work &
absence excuses.
FINAL Workbook Score Given
Wed 12/5 LAST OPTIONAL CONSULTATIONS
in CLV 132. Sign up (or wait on stand-by).
Submit your work to TurnItIn.com
before your consultation.
Bring: Hard copy of the draft(s), e-copy of
the draft(s), and WBK.
Thu 12/6 PORTFOLIO DUE FOR FINAL GRADING
by the beginning of our class time.

to TurnItIn. See WBK pp. 12-13.
No late work accepted
after drop-box closes.
No final exam.
No Class. No Office Hours.

Graded portfolios can be accessed on TurnItIn
after Final's Week.


LINKS

Event Page
TurnItIn.com
Access Microsoft Word Online
Grammar and Spell Check Demo
Grading Rubric
Purdue OWL
Sac State Library
General Research Guidance
Interview Guidelines
Email Etiquette
Campus Lab Hours
Laptop Check Out
Help for Students' Basic Needs: Food, Shelter, Income
Student Health and Counseling Services


Tutoring:

The Writing Center
PARC


Sample Bio Paragraphs:

Emily St. John Mandel
Indigo Moor
Gene Luen Yang


Sample Papers:

See papers inside the Sample Portfolio


Workbook Activity Links:

U Policy Manual Academic Honesty
"Nothing Gold Can Stay" Frost
"When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer" Whitman
"'Hope' is the thing with feathers" Dickinson
"Let Me Tell You What a Poem Brings" Herrera
"Tiger Mask Ritual" Divakaruni
"Still I Rise" Angelou
"Evolution" Alexie
Letter Format (block)
"Real World Writing: What Employers Expect" Linville
Sac State Hornet Newspaper


Poetry Links:

US Poets Laureate (About)
US Poets Laureate (List of)
California Poets Laureate (About)
California Poets Laureate (List of)
Sacramento Poets Laureate
Poets.org
Poetry Archive
Poetry Foundation
Biography


Major and Career Links:

Interview Questions for Students
Interview Questions for Professionals
Princeton Review's "Guide to Choosing College Majors"
Reese "See which college degrees lead to well-paying jobs"
Degrees Offered at Sac State
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Sac State Student Writing Handbook (See pp. 106 - 168 for more info about writing in your field.)
Montclair State U Writing in the Disciplines
U of Tennessee Writing in the Disciplines



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