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Welcome to English 1301 - Spring 2012 Minimester

The primary objective of this class is to facilitate each student to develop their writing processes with a particular emphasis on critical thinking through audience awareness, focused purpose, and the utilization of rhetorical strategies. Additionally, this class will help prepare students for the genres of academic writing they may encounter during their academic careers. Throughout this course, students can expect to work individually and collaboratively.

 

Don't be this guy.

 

W8: 05.07-11.12 

  • In-Class Final 
  • Praxis: Visual Argument & E-Portfolio 
    • Submitting your Praxis assignments: On Friday night, May 11, your instructor will check to see if you've correctly uploaded all of your assignments, including your Visual Argument, to your wiki page. If you have, you will receive credit for submitting these assignments on time. Then, over the weekend, your assignments will be scored.
    • Continue to work on your Praxis assignments until then, including using the computer lab, which is reserved for our class on Wednesday, May 9.

 

 

Homework: 

  • Continue to Read: Bullock & Goggin, pp. 229-234, 247-256, 546-556

 

 

 

Boilerplate:

Course: English 1301: Expository English Composition

CRN: 20653

Meeting Time: MWF 3:00-4:50 PM

Place: Valle Verde Campus, Classroom Addition B180

Web: You're there!

Instructor: Randall W. Monty

Email: rmonty@epcc.edu (this is the best way to reach me during the work day)

Twitter: @rwmonty (this is the best way to reach me outside of work hours)

Office Hours: T 10:00-11:20 AM, and by appointment

Location: Valle Verde Campus, B242

 

Comments (6)

Miguel Belman said

at 9:53 pm on Mar 21, 2012

Comment

jazmin alanis said

at 8:37 pm on Apr 15, 2012

mminteresting subject f?? cant wait for class tomorrow

ortizjessica22278@... said

at 3:59 pm on Apr 27, 2012

1) In my point of view in this world there is many different kinds of English as well as different accents, for some people located in different parts of the world they used different words and for them there are correct, but for other people that are not located in the same place they are incorrect but its proper English and they have the same meaning.
2) I am familiar with Spanglish I’m always speaking Spanish but some words like subjects are in English, I went to school in Mexico until the last year in high school and all my family are Mexican for me it’s really difficult having a conversation all in English and my first language is Spanish.
3) In the United States there are many different accents depending on the different discourse community that exist, it does not has nothing to do with the accent it’s the meaning what it matters.
4) This concept implies that exist different types of English and different accents for some people there are incorrect and for some people there are correct; different accents different types of English but all of them has the same meaning. Some of this types can affect the audience but it’s because they are from a different community.

Selina Cordero said

at 12:10 pm on Apr 30, 2012

i have many thoughts about Proper English"
& im trying to write it in another way because when i am writing it, someone else has it

Selina Cordero said

at 11:29 am on May 13, 2012

when do we find out our grades?

James Mendoza said

at 3:55 pm on May 18, 2012

does anyone know when the grades will be out and where can we find them? ty.

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