Maymester Calender

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Reading and Writing Assignments Calendar

English 1301

Textbooks: The Bedford Guide for College Writers with Reader, Research Manual, and Handbook, 10th Edition, by X.J. Kennedy, Dorothy Kennedy, and Marcia Muth
R=Read

WEEK I: May 16-20
Monday- Course Introduction, King-reading, Discussion, R-Chs. 1-3

Tuesday- Discussion, R-Ch. 4, Thompson-584-586, Copeland, 591-593, Discuss readings, R- Chs.18- 19, Quiz #1-Due

Wednesday- Discussion, R-Chs. 20-23, R-Starr, 493-495; Cisneros, 496-499, Library Class Instruction during the last hour of class, Letter I-Due

Thursday- Discuss Readings, R-Chs. 30-32, Gilb, 503-505, Discussion, R-Chs.33-35, Razdan-523- 528 Friday- Discussion, R-Chs. 5-6, R-Chs. 7-8, Criticisms Due

WEEK II: May 23-27 Monday: Discussion, R-Chs. 9-10, Discussion and Workshop, Writing Project: Annotated bibliography-Due , Quiz #2

Tuesday: Discussion, R-Chs. 11-12, Essay #1-Due, Midterm Review

Wednesday: Discussion, Midterm Exam

Thursday: Discussion, R-Chs. 14-15, Tan-506-512, Staples-520-523, Quiz #3

Friday: Discussion, R-Ch. 16, Discussion, R- Ch. 17, Essay #2-Due

WEEK III: May 30-June 3
Monday: Discussion, R-Ch. 13, Dailey and Ellin-549-554, Last date to withdraw
Tuesday: Discussion, Gelernter-580-584, Yoffe-572-574, Essay #3-Due
Wednesday: Discussion, Csikszenmihalyi, 608-610, Quiz #4 Thursday: Workshop, Shor-611-613, Discussion, Letter II-Due, Final Exam Review
Friday: Discussion of Students’ Essays and Final Exam

Note: The format of prompts, time limits, and (dropping /adding) assignments…...

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