Calendar

Week 1: Aug. 28 Introduction: First Days, Big Pictures, Getting Started

  • 110 Materials
  • Kerry Walk, Teaching With Writing

Week 2: Sept. 4 Some Foundational Texts for English 110

Week 3: Sept. 11: NO CLASS, but post on the blog (college closed)
Scaffolding and Translingual Practice

  • Peter Elbow, “High Stakes and Low Stakes in Assigning and Responding to            Writing”
  • Suresh Canagarajah, “The Place of World Englishes in Composition: Pluralization Continued”
  • Eunjong Lee, “’Korean is Forbidden’: Translingual Negotiation of Local Language Ideologies Across Transnational Spaces”

Blog presentation: Jacqui Cornetta

Week 4: Sept. 18: NO CLASS, but post on the blog (college closed) Responding to Student Writing

Blog presentation: Rachael Benavidez

Week 5: Sept. 25 Grammar, Style

Blog presentation: Kate Bryant–> postponed until Oct.2

Week 6: Oct. 2 Grading and Related Dilemmas I
*In class: identify what kinds of student essays to solicit for next week; solicit them

Blog presentation: Elaine, Wooree** POSTPONED until Oct 16
Also: Kate Bryant, postponed from Sept. 25

Week 7: Oct. 9 Workshop on scaffolding and grading

  • Three student essays
  • Notes and a tentative grade for each

Blog presentation: Alain

Week 8: Oct. 16 Revision, also for us

Blog presentation: Weiheng Sun (on this week’s reading)
Elaine and Wooree, postponed from 10/2

 Week 9: Oct. 23 Historicizing Collaborative Pedagogy

Blog presentation: Zeli
Weiheng Sun, postponed from 10/16

Week 10: Oct 30 Ability/Disability

Blog presentation: Farrah Goff and Audrey Wollen

Week 11: Nov. 6 Local/Global English and the U.S. University

Blog presentation: Caleb Fridell

Week 12: Nov. 13 Academic Integrity

Blog presentation: Tyler Plosia

Week 13: Nov. 20 Reinventing the University?

Blog presentation: Chris Guzman

            [Happy Thanksgiving!]

Week 14: Nov. 27: *Response drafts due! Draft Workshop/Peer Review

Week 15: Dec. 4 Visits, and: What Are We Doing / What Can We Do?

Week 16: Tues. Dec. 11 Paper presentations

December 19: Final drafts due: Seminar paper and annotated revision of your syllabus

 

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