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Course Description Writing about Short Fiction encourages students to examine how authors craft short stories through narrative techniques including point of view, tone, plot, setting, characterization, and symbolism. A Short Guide to College Writing.
Upper Saddle River, NJ: Additional readings may be assigned and will be available either through the course iSite or as an Adobe Acrobat. Grading Criteria While you will receive grades for the final revisions of the three major essays only, every aspect of your preparedness and participation for class discussions, workshops, and preparations for our conferences will count toward your final grade in the course.
Vague or under-developed responses and cover letters and a failure to participate in class and prepare for workshops and conferences will drive a grade down at least a half a letter from, for example, a B to a B.
I hope that even if you are generally reserved, you will make an effort to participate in discussions and our website blogs. Sharing ideas—especially those you may feel tentative about—is a mark of intellectual generosity. Most importantly, registered students should begin the class familiar with our online classroom before our first class; you should also have a microphone so that you can participate in class discussions.
Since most writers—whether they are neophytes or professionals—struggle with the same sorts of problems, you will find the workshops and peer reviews pertinent to your own work, even while you examine that of your classmates.
Schedule and Class Preparedness Writing courses at Harvard are rigorous and move along at a quick and steady pace. This means that we must make the most of the time we have together each week.
Class begins Monday nights at 7: Class Pacing Although I am sympathetic to the exigencies of your hectic schedules and many deadlines, lateness of any sort—in joining class or turning in work—will be penalized. Such lateness is extremely disruptive to our schedule and discussions, and is unfair to the other students who do login, participate and hand their work in, on time.
Be sure your technology is in good working order, that you keep your work backed up and have extra hard copies, and that you know where you can turn for help should any of the aforementioned tragedies befall you.
Attendance and Participation Attendance and participation are required and essential. If you are absent from class without valid excuse more than twice, you risk being excluded from and failing the course. A student who is regularly late by even a few minutes can expect to see his or her final grade suffer as a result.
Any student who is more than 15 minutes late in joining class will be counted as absent. A missed conference appointment see below also counts as an absence from class.English 1B: Critical Thinking and Writing Section (M/W pm) Quad critical thinking that you were introduced to in English 1A.
You will continue your development of these skills through the analysis of literature. This course will introduce you to the literary essay, poetry, short story, drama, and the novel, and.
CT Class Syllabus The Key Concept of the Course This course is entirely and exclusively concerned with the development of potential capacities that all of you have, even though you have not developed them, capacities in that part of your mind known as "your intellect". Critical Thinking Syllabus Late Start: This class begins on April 4, DePaul University School for New Learning Critical Thinking LL, Section ; Monday, Loop Competencies: L Can analyze issues and reconcile problems through critical and appreciative thinking.
1. Analyzes, critiques, and evaluates different forms and levels of thinking and reasoned discourse. 2. Constructs well-reasoned arguments in the context of real-life experiences and. Critical Thinking & Writing about Literature. Class Communications: Voice Mail: ext Material should be read by the day it is listed as due on the syllabus.
Please read: To develop critical thinking, reading, and writing skills as they apply to the analysis of fiction, poetry and drama, literary criticism, and. CT Class Syllabus. The Key Concept of the Course Out of class writing: about 30% ; Self-evaluation: about 20% ; Active, Skilled Participation: about 10 % ; You will have to pay in cash or with a check made out to The Foundation For Critical Thinking.
At the final exam you may sell the book back for $8, making your cost for the semester.