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Question;ENG101 - English Composition IModule 1 -CaseRhetorical AppealsFor this first case assignment start by reading ?Letter from a Birmingham Jail? by Martin Luther King.Assignment: After reading the essay, write a response to the letter. Your response should include one example of each: ethos, pathos, and logos. The response should be 2 pages, double spaced.ExpectationsWrite a 2 page, double spaced essay.Use an introduction and conclusion.Consider King?s emotional appeal to his audience, his attention to logic, and what represents ethos within the letter.Your essay should contain three quotes to serve as examples of each appeal (ethos, pathos, and logos).Outside sources appropriately cited.Module 1 -SLPssignment: Write an essay (2 pages, double spaced) that details a person in your life who has a strong ethos.In order to do well on this assignment, you must not only write well, but also provide detailed examples of what makes this person ethical, respected, and well-regarded. What does he or she do, say, or have that causes people to listen to the advice, or consider the perspectives, that he or she provides? In short, why do you think this person is ethical? Why?ExpectationsWrite a 2 page, double spaced essay.Use an introduction and conclusion.Write well.Provide detailed examples of what makes this person ethical.If outside sources are used appropriately cite them.Submit your work to CourseNet by the end of this module.Module2Narrative and Descriptive WritingNarrative EssayFor the case you will write a three-four page, double spaced, narrative that tells a story, and you will use what you learned about description to help you bring the two kinds of writing together. Your narrative can be about any topic, but you will want to choose something that gives you plenty of information and ways to describe and tell the story. Consider using readings in the Background Info section of the module to help you think more about narrative.Assignment: Write a three-four page, double spaced, narrative story incorporating description.When writing make sure you consider ethos, pathos, logos and the rhetorical situation.ExpectationsWrite a three-four page narrative that tells a story and uses descriptionUse descriptive language and narrative techniques to tell your storyUse a strong introduction and conclusionHelp readers experience what you observed by being detailed and clearModule 2 -SLPDescriptive EssayFor this Session Long;Project assignment I want you to go to a place like a mall or park and;sit down and watch people for thirty minutes. Take notes on what your;senses tell you. What do you hear, see, or smell, for example? Choose;something that you saw during your observation and write a two-page;description of the moment in time. Maybe you saw something in the first;five-minutes of your observation or maybe it was the last five-minutes.;Then before you start on the assignment below reflect on your;observations.Assignment: Write a two page, double spaced;descriptive essay using language that helps your audience experience;what you experienced. Be detailed and descriptive. Remember to show not;tell.ExpectationsWrite a two-page, double spaced descriptive essayAn introduction and conclusionUse of descriptive language that helps your audience experience what you observedThink creativelySubmit your work to CourseNet by the end of this moduleModule 3 -HomeWriting to EvaluateFor this case assignment you will want to write an evaluation. You will want to choose a home product or service that you use often, and write an evaluation of that product or service. For example, I am bald and shave my head often. Choosing razors has become a tedious chore for me. Razors are expensive, some are poorly designed, and some do not last very long. As you can see I have already set categories to evaluate the razor that I use: cost, design/use, longevity. I might also compare my current razor to ones I have used before as well. The key is to evaluate the product or service fairly and objectively. Think about your audience as a group of people like yourself, who use the same product or service, but would like more information about how well the service or product is provided.Assignment: Write a four-five page, double-spaced evaluation essay.Introduce your product or service. What is it and why have you decided to evaluate it?Discuss how you plan to evaluate the product or service.Explain both your experience with the product and those of others (cite any other reviews or evaluations that you find on the product or service)Express both positive and negative attributes of the product or service. You might also offer solutions to improve the negative aspectsConclude by by making a recommendation or a determination as to whether others should use the product or service or some other alternativeExpectations:Write a four-five page evaluation on a product or service that you use regularlyInclude an introduction and conclusionCreate categories or criteria forhowyou intend to evaluate your topicInclude both personal experiences and what others have said about your product or serviceCite any sources you useBe fair and objective, considering your audience and toneModule 3 -SLPFor this session-long assignment, you will be writing an evaluation of a blog of your choosing. Look at this website:http://technorati.com/blogs/top100/for a list of blogs to choose from. The list of the top 100 blogs ranges from business and politics, to sports and entertainment. You will need to spend some time looking through these to find one you like. Or, you may evaluate a blog that you currently follow.ExpectationsWrite a four-five page evaluation on a blog of your choosing. See http://technorati.com/blogs/top100/for a list of blogs.Include an introduction and conclusion.Create categories or criteria forhowyou intend to evaluate your topic.Consider the design of the blog as well as the content/writing.Consider how long the blog has been in existence, who reads or follows the blog, and the creator/author of the blog.Be fair and objective, considering your audience and tone.Recommend (or not) the blog to others who share this interest. Submit your work to Coursenet by the end of this module.Module 4 -HomeEvaluating, Narrating, and DescribingFor this case assignment, you will write a three-four page essay that evaluates the essay ?The Yellow Wall-Paper. A Story.? For the case assignment you have the option to decide how best to evaluate Gilman?s essay. Consider what you have learned so far.Assignment: Write a three-four page double-spaced essay.Describe the essayExplain how you intend to evaluate the essayWhat have others said about Gilman and/or the essayConsider multiple audiences: those who may feel sympathy for the main character and those who may notExpectationsWrite a three-four page essay using Charlotte Perkins Gilman?s ?The Yellow Wall-Paper. A Story?Include an introduction that describes the essay and how you might evaluate itInclude a conclusion that ends with your final evaluation of the essay and your reasons for your evaluationConsider what others have said about the essayInclude quotes to support your evaluationCite any outside sourcesModule 4 -SLPIn this session-long project, you will write a four-five page essay that not only evaluates Brady?s ?Why I Want a Wife,? but also includes description and the rhetorical appeals. You will want to consider how the essay appeals to the emotions, the credibility, and the logic of the readers. You will consider how and where the author appeals to the emotions of a reader. Consider whether the author makes sense or has logical points. Evaluate whether or not you believe what Brady says remains true today. This essay should illustrate your knowledge of the rhetorical appeals, description, and evaluation.Module 5 -HomeReading and Writing about ArgumentsWelcome to the fifth case assignment. In this assignment, you will write a four-five page, double spaced, argument about any topic you would like. Controversial topics are often what people look for to write about, but using local issues, issues you are familiar with, or issues less controversial (whether to use a real Christmas tree or a fake one, for example) work just as well. Sometimes, using less controversial topics are easier to work with than highly charged topics, but in any case, choose a topic you already know something about. The focus here will be on how well you can present your argument in writing. Use the following scheme to help you.Assignment: Write a four-five page, douple spaced, argumentative essay.Introduce the topic and why it is importantExpress your position on the topicWhat do others say about your topicRefute or consider what others say about your topicUse statistics, facts, or other evidence to support your positionConclude by reminding readers of your topic, its importance, and your positionExpectationsWrite a four-five page argument on a topic of your choosingAn introduction and conclusionAttempt to avoid logical fallaciesUse evidence like statistics, personal experience, facts, and/or examplesCiting sources appropriatelySubmit your work to CourseNet by the end of this moduleModule 5 -SLPFor this assignment, you will be writing a letter and two emails. Think carefully about the audience for each. Use the scenario below.While browsing online, you found a "help wanted" ad for "your dream job," working for the world-famous MegaCorp. (Before going any further, stop and think about what "your dream job" would consist of. Have fun with this! Write some notes about the job, and refer to them as you proceed.)Per instructions in the ad, you immediately contacted MegaCorp by phone. The person in HR advised you to send them your resume by snailmail, accompanied by a cover letter of not more than two pages. In the cover letter, you should introduce yourself, and explain why you're the person they're looking for. Needless to say, the letter must be perfect with respect to grammar, spelling and style. First impressions are important! This letter is the first part of your assignment.Next, you have to prepare your family and friends for the possible change in your life. If you get the job, you'll have to relocate to another city, 1,000 miles away. Write a one-page email to a Significant Other (mother, father, sibling, friend -- take your pick) explaining the job, why you're applying for it, and why it would be worth the move. This email is the second part of your assignment.Next, you have to get a day off your present job, to meet a representative of MegaCorp at a nearby location. Write a one-page email to your boss, asking for a day off. Explain the job, and descirbe the opportunity if offers. For the purposes of this exercise, you can assume:(1) Your boss needs you, and giving you a day off would be difficult for her.(2) Your boss, being honest, has advised you that your present job is a dead end (perhaps because you're about to leave the military). She has urged you to find something else, because...(3) Your boss is also a friend.This email is the third part of the assignment.ExpectationsYou have three small separate assignments that can be included in one document. Please label each assignment properly. You will submit a two-page assignment and two one-page assignments as described above.Consider your audience when writing.Make your argument by using your personal strengths and weaknesses, abilities and expectations, and the characteristics of the (imaginary) job. Submit your work to CourseNet by the end of this module.Module 6 -HomeIntegration and ReflectionModular Learning ObjectivesBy the end of this module, the student shall be able to satisfy the following outcomes expectations:ModuleReflect upon and integrate course concepts.Course OverviewAs your study of this course content draws to a close, it is important to "step back" and reflect on new levels of understanding, skills, and knowledge that were developed as a result of your efforts put forth throughout this course. It is particularly important to reflect on the course objectives (what you were intended to learn in this course).The course objectives were:Module 1Demonstrate the ability to write clearly and consistently when expressing one?s ideas or intended purpose.Evaluate rhetorical appeals.Module 2Demonstrate the ability to present written information to various audiences so that it is meaningful to each.Demonstrate the use of standard rules of English in written assignments.Module 3Apply organization, logic, and research skills to writing an evaluation.Module 4Use appropriate writing strategies to compose an essay.Module 5Demonstrate the ability to write a logical and persuasive argument.Demonstrate breadth and depth of understanding of the assigned topic in writing. Modular Objectives:In this module you will:1. Participate in a threaded discussion in which you will reflect on course concepts2. Prepare and submit a self-reflective essayTo close out this course, please proceed to the Module Six threaded discussion forum and then the self-reflective essay task addressing the items noted below.Your module 6 task:You are to prepare a reflective essayin which you address each of the following items:1. Descriptions of how you feel you improved your knowledge, skills, abilities, and yourself in this session through this course.2. Evaluation of the work you did during the session for the class and explanations of ways you could have performed better.3. Topics you have identified that you did not understand or were not successful in trying to implement and suggestions you may have about how to improve the course material on those topics.4. Ways you might measure the future effects of what you have learned in this course or your future progress/improvement,5. State whether you achieved the course objectives (listed on the module 4 home page and course syllabus page)This Self Reflective Essay is a REQUIRED course component (but not part of your final grade). You need to upload the essay in the corresponding area of CourseNet.The purpose of self-evaluation is to reflect upon what one has learned or how one has performed as compared with one?s expectations or goals. The conclusion of this course offers a good opportunity for such reflection and self-analysis, through the Reflective Essay.We really do value these reflective essays significantly. While the essay is not graded and does not enter in any way into the determination of your final course grade, we find them extremely helpful in terms of overall course evaluation and in particular the development of plans for course improvement and better direction of student effort toward activities that both meet educational requirements and respond to specific student requests and needs.If you are having difficulty writing reflectively read the below article:Giles, S.L. (2010).Reflective Writing and the Revision Process: What were you Thinking. Retrieved December 15, 2011, from:http://writingspaces.org/sites/default/files/giles--reflective-writing-and-the-revision-process.pdf="color:>="color:>

 

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