EI 322 Academic Reading II
SP 2012 HO
Coordinator, English as an International Language at Park
Ph.D., Linguistics, Simon Fraser UniversityB.A. Linguistics and French, Simon Fraser University
Herr House 210
Jan. 16 - May 11, 2012
10:10 - 11:25 AM
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
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.
EI 322 Outline Spring 2012
Jan. 16 – 20
Text unit 1 ch. 1
Reading strategies: Pre-reading
ALWAYS READ E-COMPANION FOR HOMEWORK REMINDERS
Begin reading journal
Begin vocabulary log
Choose book to read for presentation
Jan. 23 - 27
Text ch. 1, 2
Reading strategies: Vocabulary skills
In-class summaries of what you have read so far in ‘your’ book
Reading homework: “Two Kinds”
Jan. 30 – Feb. 3
Text ch. 2, 3
Reading strategies: Vocabulary, continued
Feb. 6 - 10
Text ch. 3; unit 1 wrapup
Reading journal checkup (to be handed in)
Feb. 13 - 17
Text unit 2 ch. 4
Reading strategies: Advanced vocabulary analysis
Unit 1 test
Vocabulary log checkup (to be handed in)
Feb. 20 - 24
Reading strategies: Advanced vocabulary analysis, cont.
Feb. 27-Mar. 2
Ch. 5, 6
Reading homework: excerpt from “The Man Who Loved Numbers”
Mar. 5 - 9
Ch. 6, unit 2 wrapup
Unit 2 test
Mar. 12 - 16
Mar. 19 - 23
Text unit 3 ch. 7
Watch “The Suicide Tourist” (url under Webliography on eCompanion)
Mar. 26 – 30
NO CLASS Thursday, Mar. 29
Reading strategies: Muscle reading
Reading homework: “Muscle Reading”
Vocabulary log checkup
Apr. 2 - 6
Reading strategies: Muscle reading, cont.
Reading journal checkup
Reading homework: TBA
Apr. 9 - 13
Apr. 16 - 20
In-class visit: multiple transplant survivor Janey Hauber
In-class presentations begin
Apr. 23 - 27
Ch. 9; unit 3 wrapup
Apr. 30 – May 3
Course summary and wrapup
Unit 3 test
Vocabulary logs and reading journals due Thursday, May 2
Subject to change. ALWAYS CHECK E-COMPANION FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION ON HOMEWORK AND VARIOUS ACTIVITIES WEEK TO WEEK.
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Plagiarism:Plagiarism involves the use of quotations without quotation marks, the use of quotations without indication of the source, the use of another's idea without acknowledging the source, the submission of a paper, laboratory report, project, or class assignment (any portion of such) prepared by another person, or incorrect paraphrasing. from Park University 2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog Page 93
Attendance Policy:Instructors are required to maintain attendance records and to report absences via the online attendance reporting system.
Park University 2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog Page 96
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Attachments:EI 322 Assignments
Last Updated:1/9/2012 9:30:51 AM