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Module 1 pg1

Course due dates are available under the Course Syllabus tab and 

Course Schedule

 link. Please reference the Course Schedule for all modules, activities, assignments, and assessments. Read the schedule carefully.

IMPORTANT

1. Read the Final Portfolio Instructions NOW so you know what to save over the next 5 weeks. You cannot create these at the end of the course. You will save artifacts of your writing process throughout the semester, and then choose what to submit to meet your portfolio requirements.
2. Use these rubrics as your directions for what to post.
1. Question & Answer (Q&A) assignments are graded with this rubric located in the Key Information>Course Rubric folder: Question & Answer Rubric
2. All Discussion board posts and responses are graded with this rubric located in the Key Information>Course Rubric folder: Discussion Board Rubric.
3. Final drafts: Keep all draft papers to be written in final draft form. Please take seriously the writing process: consider and review the rubric and peer comments, complete several drafts, revise, and edit. READ your paper ALOUD throughout the writing process. Seriously. It makes all the difference.
4. Though there is not an assignment associated with each chapter, you are expected to demonstrate understanding of what is covered in those chapters in your work.

__________________________________________________________________________________________

Module 1 Overview of college writing, process, product, and rhetoric, including argument, research, reading and writing in the disciplines

Goals: Student will understand colleges by design and discipline, and how writing fits into these contexts. Students will review and practice the components of writing process, genre, and rhetorical context.

Reading: Chapters 1- 6.

Assignments: Assignments are due on Wednesdays or Saturdays by midnight as noted on the course schedule.

Chapter 1

1. Q&A Assignments: You will submit these Q&A assignments in one document next week to Blackboard:
· First you will complete the assignment,
· then you will post it to the discussion board for peer review,
· and you will respond to another peer’s post on the same discussion board.
· This assignment can be in any genre and format EXCEPT an essay (Examples: Q&A, interview, charts, dialogue, memorandum, etc.)

· Inside Work: Understanding Disciplinarity – page 10. Complete all questions and follow instructions. You will need your course schedule – considering at least four courses you have already taken or plan to take.
· Read Insider’s View: Undergraduate students on academic writing – pages 12-14.
· Inside Work: Understanding the Goals of Your Writing Course – page 14. Complete all questions and follow instructions. You will need the course objectives found in the course syllabus.

2. Discussion Board Post: Post your assignment for Chapter 1 to the discussion board titled “Discussion Board Posts & Responses: Module 1 – CH 10 Peer Review”

3.
Discussion Board Response: give 5-6 comments to 2 peers’ Chapter 1 post. Use the ideas from the text, pages 22-25 and the rubric for ideas. All discussion board posts have the same requirements and rubric throughout the semester.

Chapter 4

Submit All Chapter 4 Q&A assignments in one document. Please title each section of your document as directed below and submit to Blackboard assignment titled “Ch4 Q&A.” There is no peer review for this assignment.

1. Inside Work: Writing about Arguments – page 61. Complete the assignment by choosing a text, advertisement, or webpage. Follow the instructions and answer all the questions. BE SURE to pick something that makes a claim and isn’t simply informative or entertaining.
· Include the text you chose to analyze along with your answers.
· Title this section “Argument.”

2. Inside Work: Constructing Thesis Statements – page 64. Complete the assignment writing two (2) thesis statements.
· Title this section “Thesis.”

3. Inside Work: Analyzing Audience Expectations – page 67. Complete the assignment following the instructions – answering the questions.
· Title this section “Audience.”

4. Insider Example: Professional analysis of an advertisement – page 70. After reading, answer the discussion questions on page 73.
5. Insider Example: Student analysis of an advertisement – page 74. After reading, answer the discussion questions on page 78-79.
· Title these sections “Prof. Analysis” and “Student Analysis” respectively.

Chapter 5

1. Submit this Q&A assignment to Blackboard assignment titled “Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting.” INCLUDE the original passage and submit only one document. There is no peer review for this assignment.
· Inside Work: Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting from Sources – page 98. Complete the assignment.

This Module applies to the following Course Learning Objectives
· Identify the rhetorical features of texts in typical academic and professional genres
· Adapt one’s writing process to the purpose of a text
· Compose texts in multiple genres and modalities
· Identify appropriate investigative methods for research questions
· Articulate the concepts of intellectual property that motivate citation conventions

Module 1 pg

1

Course

due

dates

are

available

under

the

Course

Syllabus

tab

and

Course

Schedule

link

.

Please

reference

the

Course

Schedule

for

all

modules,

activities,

assignments,

and

assessments.

R

ead

the

schedule

carefully.

IMPORTANT

:

1.

Read

the

Final

Portfolio

Instructions

NOW

so

you

know

what

to

save

over

the

next

5

weeks.

You

cannot

create

these

at

the

end

of

the

course.

You

will

save

artifacts

of

your

writing

process

throughout

the

semester,

and

then

choose

what

to

submit

to

meet

your

portfol

io

requirements.

2.

Use

these

rubrics

as

your

directions

for

what

to

post.

1.

Question

&

Answer

(

Q&A

)

assignments

are

graded

with

this

rubric

located

in

the

Key

Information>Course

Rubric

folder:

Question

&

Answer

Rubric

2.

All

Dis

cussion

board

posts

and

responses

are

graded

with

this

rubric

located

in

the

Key

Information>Course

Rubric

folder:

Discussion

Board

Rubric.

3.

Final

drafts

:

Keep

all

draft

papers

to

be

written

in

final

draft

form.

Please

take

seriousl

y

the

writing

process:

consider

and

review

the

rubric

and

peer

comments,

complete

several

drafts,

revise,

and

edit.

READ

your

paper

ALOUD

throughout

the

writing

process.

Seriously.

It

makes

all

the

difference.

4.

Though

there

is

not

an

assignment

associated

with

each

chapte

r,

you

are

expec

ted

to

demonstrate

understanding

of

what

is

covered

in

those

chapters

in

your

work.

____

______________________________________________________________________________________

Module 1

Overview of college writing, process, product, and rhetoric

, including

argument,

research, reading and writing in the disciplines

Goals:

Student will understand colleges by design and discipline, and how writing fits into these contexts.

Students will review and practice the components of writing process, genre, a

nd rhetorical context.

Reading

:

Chapters

1

6

.

Assignments

:

Assignments

are

due

on

Wednesdays

or

Saturdays

by

midnight

as

noted

on

the

course

schedule

.

Chapter

1

1.

Q&A Assignments:

You will s

ubmit

these Q&A assignments

in one document next week

to

Blackboard

:

·

First you will complete the assignment,

·

then you will post it to the discussion board for peer review,

·

and you will respond to another peer’s post on the same discussion board.

·

This assignment can be in any genre

and

format EXCEPT an essay (Examples: Q&A, interview,

charts, dialogue, memorandum, etc.)

o

Inside Work: Understanding Disciplinarity

page 10. Complete all questions and follow

instructi

ons.

You will need your course schedule

considering at least four cour

ses you have

already taken or plan to take.

o

Read

Insider’s View: Undergraduate students on academic writing

pages 12

14.

o

Inside Work: Understanding the Goals of Your Writing Course

page 14. Complete all

questions and follow instructions. You will need

the course objectives found in the course

syllabus.

2.

Discussion

Board

Post:

Post

your

assignment

for

Chapter

1

to

the

discussion

board

titled

Discussion

Board

Posts

&

Responses:

Module

1

CH

10

Peer

Review”

Module 1 pg1

Course due dates are available under the Course Syllabus tab and Course Schedule link. Please reference the
Course Schedule for all modules, activities, assignments, and assessments. Read the schedule carefully.

IMPORTANT:
1. Read the Final Portfolio Instructions NOW so you know what to save over the next 5 weeks. You
cannot create these at the end of the course. You will save artifacts of your writing process throughout
the semester, and then choose what to submit to meet your portfolio requirements.
2. Use these rubrics as your directions for what to post.
1. Question & Answer (Q&A) assignments are graded with this rubric located in the Key
Information>Course Rubric folder: Question & Answer Rubric
2. All Discussion board posts and responses are graded with this rubric located in the Key
Information>Course Rubric folder: Discussion Board Rubric.
3. Final drafts: Keep all draft papers to be written in final draft form. Please take seriously the writing
process: consider and review the rubric and peer comments, complete several drafts, revise, and edit.
READ your paper ALOUD throughout the writing process. Seriously. It makes all the difference.
4. Though there is not an assignment associated with each chapter, you are expected to demonstrate
understanding of what is covered in those chapters in your work.

__________________________________________________________________________________________

Module 1 Overview of college writing, process, product, and rhetoric, including argument,
research, reading and writing in the disciplines
Goals: Student will understand colleges by design and discipline, and how writing fits into these contexts.
Students will review and practice the components of writing process, genre, and rhetorical context.

Reading: Chapters 1- 6.
Assignments: Assignments are due on Wednesdays or Saturdays by midnight as noted on the course schedule.

Chapter 1
1. Q&A Assignments: You will submit these Q&A assignments in one document next week to
Blackboard:
 First you will complete the assignment,
 then you will post it to the discussion board for peer review,
 and you will respond to another peer’s post on the same discussion board.
 This assignment can be in any genre and format EXCEPT an essay (Examples: Q&A, interview,
charts, dialogue, memorandum, etc.)
o Inside Work: Understanding Disciplinarity – page 10. Complete all questions and follow
instructions. You will need your course schedule – considering at least four courses you have
already taken or plan to take.
o Read Insider’s View: Undergraduate students on academic writing – pages 12-14.
o Inside Work: Understanding the Goals of Your Writing Course – page 14. Complete all
questions and follow instructions. You will need the course objectives found in the course
syllabus.
2. Discussion Board Post: Post your assignment for Chapter 1 to the discussion board titled “Discussion
Board Posts & Responses: Module 1 – CH 10 Peer Review”

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