EI 302 Academic Writing II
SP 2011 HOB
Coordinator, EIL at Park; Professor of ESL and Linguistics
B.A., Linguistics and French, Simon Fraser UniversityPh.D., Linguistics, SFU
Herr House 8
Jan. 10 - May 6, 2011
2:25 - 4:55 PM
Textbook: Tunceren, L. & S. Cavusgil (2006). College Writing 4. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.
Textbooks can be purchased through the Parkville Bookstore
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Educational Philosophy: Learning is the result of a collaborative
interaction between teacher and student. Teachers engage in the process
by making information available, raising students' awareness of salient
points, and training in the use of skills, both mechanical and
intellectual, in as interesting and stimulating a manner as possible.
Students engage by practicing, participating, and embracing new
knowledge and skill-sets. In an atmosphere of patience, tolerance, and
respect, and with concentration on the task, anything can be learned:
even the English language.
Instructor Learning Outcomes
90 - 100%: A
80 - 89%: B
65 - 79%: C
55 - 64%: D
Below 55%: F
Late Submission of Course Materials: Late work of any kind will only be accepted under
the following conditions: valid medical reasons, accompanied by a
doctor's note; in the case of athletes or musicians, pre-scheduled games
or performances. In these cases the student must inform the instructor
well beforehand in order to arrange for either early submission or
makeup assignments. Outside of these circumstances, missed quizzes,
assignments, presentations, and so on, may not be made up.
Classroom Rules of Conduct: Be punctual.
Turn cell phones off (they are subject to confiscation if found in use).
It is expected that you will listen to the opinions and thoughts of
others with the same respect you would like to receive yourself.
1 – 4
13, 20, 27, Feb. 3
Always check eCompanion for homework
13: Class introduction, expository essay structure, reading strategies
20: Gathering information (Library visit); essay charts, thesis statements,
27: Grammar: cohesion
on drafts: first one due Monday, Jan. 31; Quiz 1
3: Referencing, peer reviewing
draft due Tuesday, Feb. 8
5 – 8
10, 17, 24, Mar. 3
10: Analytical report specifications, paraphrasing
17: Paraphrasing cont., Essay maps, quoting and citing
24: Planning, drafting, support: First draft due Monday, Feb. 28; Quiz 2
3: Self revision, peer reviewing: final draft due Tuesday, Mar. 8
Week 9 Mar. 6 - 13
10 – 13
17, 24, 31, Apr. 7
17: Objective report topics, interview skills and guidelines, class discussion
24: Interviews; style; essay charts; Summarizing
31: Planning, drafting, support: First draft due Monday, Apr. 4; Quiz 3
7: Posters; revision, peer review: final draft due Tuesday, Apr. 12
14 – 16
14, 21, 28
of Apr. 11-15; Student Research Symposium- poster presentation
14: Argumentation; rhetorical strategies; supporting an argument; surveys
21: Planning, drafting: first draft due Monday, Apr. 25
28: Wrapup; final draft due in Portfolio, due Tuesday May 3; Quiz 4
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