EI 202 Intermed Reading & Wrtng II
FA 2012 HO
MA(Teaching&Leadership:TESOL) University of Kansas, LawrenceBSE (Curr&Instr) University of Kansas, Lawrence
9:00 - 9:50 AM
Textbook: English, A.K. and Laura Monahon English (2009). NorthStar 4 Reading and Writing (3rd ed.) New York: Pearson Longman ISBN: 0136133681
Additional Resources: Additional reading material provided by instructor.
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Educational Philosophy: Learning is a social activity accomplished best through open and spontaneous interaction. Every voice should be heard and valued as a part of the whole learning process. Conscientious listening, critical contemplation, and candid responses will provoke deeper understanding of issues, ideas, and challenges.
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Dates and Assignments
8/20 Intro to class
8/22-31 Unit 5: Reading: Text and “A Special Place” by Jason Holland/Writing: Descriptive Essay
9/3 Monday, No Classes (Labor Day)
9/5-12 Unit 2: Reading: main idea vs. details/Writing: Summary¶
9/14-21 Unit 3: Reading: Text /Writing Opinion ¶
9/24 Test 1
9/26-10/5 Unit 6: Reading: Text/Writing: Persuasive ¶ (T-chart, pre-writing)
10/8-12 Unit 10: Reading: inferences/Writing: Cause Effect Essay (signal words, flow chart)
10/14-21 No Classes (Fall Break)
10/22-24 Unit 10 (Finish)
10/26 No Class – Instructor at KSDE
10/29 Test 2
10/31-11/9 Unit 9: Reading: Text and “Two Ways to See a River” by Mark Twain/Writing: Compare Contrast Essay
11/12 No Classes (Veterans’ Day)
11/14-21 Unit 8: Reading: Text and “What’s In a Name?” By Henry Louis Gates Jr./Writing: Narrative Essay
11/23 No Classes (Thanksgiving Holiday)
11/26-12/3 Unit 7: Reading: Text and “The Plot against People” by Russell Baker/Writing: Classification Essay
12/5 Test 3
12/7 Review for Final Exam
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