Lesson Plans
College Composition 4th Q 14.15 Lesson Plans
Week: 04/13/2015 Instructor: Duane Hannan Academics
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Monday:
AJ Absent--email Finding Common Ground draft due end of day

Dina--email Finding Common Ground draft due end of day

Workshop


Tuesday:
Workshop

Finding Common Ground--AJ: conference at ; Dina: conference during period

Mady, Elizabeth, Juliana: 2nd draft due end of day


Wednesday:
Juliana conference 7:45

AJ absent

Finding Common Ground--Mady: conference during period, Elizabeth: conference at 8:30

Thursday:
Juliana absent

Workshop

Friday:
Workshop

Finding Common Ground--AJ: conference 7:45

The narrative response--assignment: review the syllabus--The goal of the narrative essay is to help students to examine their experience as writers and to tell their stories as budding independent researchers and academic writers. This metacognitive monitoring will help students to analyze their writing process, to troubleshoot, revise, and improve the process, and to understand how the process creates the written text.; 1.5-2.5 pages: reflect on your work for the finding common ground essay, what difficulties you found, what you learned, what you feel you handled best/worst, how your writing strategies were effective and ineffective

Argument--three models: Aristotelian, Toulmin, Rogerian: slide show definitions, read examples, label the sample classical example's paragraphs according to the Aristotelian elements, create a simple Rogerian argument as in the reading, do Toulmin ex.--<http://wps.ablongman.com/ab_mcl_activities_1/71/18324/4691112.cw/index.html>

Intro to Position Essay--the persuasive event: review; read 264-266; read 659-661

 
 
 
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