Lesson Plans
ENG 151 Academic Writing 3rd Q 16.17 Lesson Plans
Week: 02/06/2017 Instructor: Duane Hannan Academics
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Monday:
Prose analysis--review support strategies in Ngo; paragraph support strategies due beg. of period

Prose pounding--using the 100 word exercises

The Explain a Concept Essay--considering Ngo: How well does the writer serve the readers needs and interests? Are there any questions you have? Ideas that you would like to see developed further? Are the sources believable and at the right level for a university audience? How well are sources used and integrated?;

read "Love" (136) due Tuesday

Tuesday:
Summary, paraphrase, quote--Summary, paraphrase, quote--summary: each source must be attributed, shorter, main ideas; paraphrase: putting another words/ideas into your words, often embedded quotes; see notebook Sum, Para, Quote;

video <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ral3ldBxQxA>;

read <https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/563/02/>, due Wed.

paraphrase three passages in "Love" (136), MLA formatted, due Wednesday by email by end of day; do two owl ex. <https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/619/02/>, due Wed. end of day

The Explain a Concept essay--review "Love", its citation methods

Wednesday:
Green Cart

Summary, paraphrase, quote--three paraphrases due by email by end of the day

Thursday:
Summary, paraphrase, quote--three paraphrases review (prose pounding)

The Explain a Concept essay--read "Born to Be Happy", (143-148) do 146, 2, list the thesis/forecasting, due beginning of class Friday

Friday:
Media Center Computer Lab

The Explain a Concept essay--review "Born to Be Happy"

The Points of View Reference Center--Subject->topics->three articles: overview/pro/con, bibliography, etc.; select subject->topic by Sunday night: email me subject->topic

Summary, Paraphrase, Quote--summarize one of the papers: Duncan, Ngo, Toufexis, Friedman; approaching the task with an outline; include paraphrase, embedded quote; MLA formatted, 1-1.5 page scope; evaluation criteria: comprehensive summary, well-managed paraphrase/quote, sound sentences, format; due Tuesday beginning of class (Monday workshop)

 
 
 
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