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EnG 401/G Advanced Composition
 
 
 +Course Description
     -Overview
     -Content Map
     -Required Texts
     -Methods of Instruction
 +Objectives
     -Aims and Objectives of the Course
     -Learning Outcomes
     -Instructor's Additional Expectations
Guidelines for Communication
 +Assignments

     -Reading Assignments

     -Writing Assignments

     -Discussion Board Postings

     -Digital Portfolio

     -Graduate Project

 +Grading

     -Class Requirements

     -Grades

     -Extra Credit Opportunities

 +Course Policies
     -Deadlines and Late Work
     -Code of Academic Integrity/Plagiarism
     -Students Disability Services
     -Academic Deadlines
 +Technical Support
     -Advice for Online Students: Virtual Orientation

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Class Requirements

 

 

  • A short “Brevity” piece with at least four initial rough drafts and with substantial multiple revisions of one piece.
  • A long piece with at least two initial rough drafts and substantial multiple revisions of one piece.
  • Meaningful participation in class and group discussions and activities
  • Regular extensive and insightful postings to BB’s Discussion Board
  • Evidence of completing all reading assignments (e.g. by posting to BB’s Discussion Board)
  • Three writing exercises of your choice from a list of assignments posted under BB’s Assignments section.
  • Meaningful, constructive feedback (i.e. substantial, concrete suggestions for revision) on your peers’ essays
  • End-of-term portfolio possibly in the form of a personal/professional website with a reflective video file
  • For graduate students, an additional (research) project to be discussed later
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