ENGLISH 116
Spring, 1999


Class Schedule
 
January 18 Introduction/Writing Sample  
January 25 Chapter l, Writing Strategies  
Chapter 11, Paragraphs 
Chapter 18, Writing Styles
RR: Topics under Writing Style, p. xvii
Paragraph, pp. 104-05
February 1 Chapter 2, Point of View  
Chapter 3, Writing and Organization  
Chapter 4, Tech Writing Technologies  
RR: Topics under Writing Style, p. xvii
  
 
February 8 Chapter 5, Creating and Generating Ideas  
Chapter 6, Arranging Ideas Effectively  
RR: Topics under  Writing Style, p. xvii
Descriptive Writing, pp. 188-190
February 15 Holiday--President's Day
February 22 Chapter 9, Parts and Parcels of Speech  
Chapter 10, Sentences  
RR: Topics under Sentence Correctness, p. xvii
Persuasive Writing, pp. 190-192
March 1 Chapter 19, Editing  
Chapter 8, Words and How They Work  
RR: Topics under Points of Grammar and Mechanics, p. xvii
Generate Project Topic
March 8 Chapter 7, Punctuation Pointers  
Questionnaires
RR: Topics under Punctuation, p. xvii
Instructions, pp. 181-184
March 15 Spring Break
March 22 Chapter 13, Business Correspondence  
Work on Projects
Analysis, pp. 185-188
March 29 Chapter 14, Categories of Business Letters  
Chapter 15, In House Memos
Business Letters
April 5 Chapter 16, Long Reports and Manuals
Work on Projects
Business Letters
April 12 Chapter 17, Reports' Tone  
Work on Projects
Progress Report on Projects
April 19 Chapter 20, Graphics, p. 207  
Work on Projects
Short Report Revision
April 26 Chapter 12, Meetings, Agendas, Minutes, Oral Communication  
Portfolio Guidelines
Work on Projects
May 3 Portfolio Reflection
Work on Final Projects
Final Portfolios Due (no late portfolios accepted)
May 10 Final Projects Presented Portfolios Returned
 
 
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