Assignments

Listed below are the handouts, assignment sheets, worksheets, information sheets, and peer review sheets that will be assigned or used during the course (in PDF form). Most of these sheets are in the ENGL 108 Course Reader, but some will be handed out in class during the appropriate week. If you are missing a sheet, print out a new copy. Feel free to look ahead at the assignments to come, but keep in mind that sheets may be updated and are subject to change over the course.

ENGL 108 Course Policies & Syllabus: Course description, course outcomes, assignment breakdown, and other policies.  Course calendar, including all due dates.

ENGL 108 Course Packet: Full course packet, including all assignment sheets, handouts, worksheets, and samples. For readings, see below.

WEEK ONE: Literacy Narrative

WEEK TWO: Close Reading

WEEK THREE: Read-Search Project

WEEK FOUR: Prospective Cover Letter

GEN ST 105 Assignments & Information Sheets

Listed below are the handouts, assignment sheets, worksheets, and information sheets for GEN ST 105.

GEN ST 105 Course Policies & Syllabus: Course description, course goals, assignment breakdown, and other policies.

ENGL 108 & GEN ST 105 Readings

Listed below are the course readings. Most of the essays, excerpts, and texts are in the Summer LEAP Course Reader; if you are missing a reading, feel free to print out a new copy. Other texts listed are the required books for the class.

Alexie, Sherman. “The Joys of Reading and Writing: Superman and Me.” Eds. McQuade, Donald and Robert Atwan. The Writer’s Presence. Boston: Bedford/St. martin, 2003. 61-64.      (Available via e-reserve.)

Bartholomae, David. “Inventing the University.” Ed. Rolf Nargaard. Composing Knowledge. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2007. 208-213.      (Available via e-reserve.)

Douglass, Frederick. “Learning to Read and Write.” Eds. Comley, Hamilton, Klaus, Scholes, and Sommers. Fields of Reading: Motives for Writing. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin, 2001. 71-75.      (Available via e-reserve.)

Dubrow, Gail. “Introduction” Sento at Sixth and Main. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Books, 2002. 1-5.      (Available via e-reserve.)

Dubrow, Gail. “Hashidate-yu.” Sento at Sixth and Main. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Books, 2002. 80-103.      (Available via e-reserve.)

Freire, Paulo. “The ‘Banking’ Concept of Education.” Eds. Bartholomae and Petrosky. Ways of Reading. Boston: Bedford/St. Martins, 1993. 206-219.      (Available via e-reserve.)

Graff, Gerald. “Hidden Intellectualism.” Eds. Cathy Birkenstein and Gerald Graff. They Say, I Say. New York: Norton, 2006. 142-148.      (Available via e-reserve.)

Hughes, Langston. “Theme for English B.” Eds. Comley, Hamilton, Klaus, Scholes, and Sommers. Fields of Reading: Motives for Writing. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin, 2001. 108-109.      (Available via e-reserve.)

Ito, Alice, Anndi Kawamura, and Amy Waschke. “Struggles in Our Democracy: The Japanese American Experience.” The Wing Luke Asian Museum. 2008. The Wing Luke Asian Museum. 8 July 2009. <http://wingluke.org/Student%20Reader_Japanese%20American%20Experience.pdf>.      (Available via e-reserve.)

King, Stephen. “Toolbox.” On Writing. New York: Scribner, 2000. 111-137.      (Available via e-reserve.)

Tan, Amy. “Mother Tongue.” Eds. Comley, Hamilton, Klaus, Scholes, and Sommers. Fields of Reading: Motives for Writing. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin, 2001. 77-82.      (Available via e-reserve.)

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