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Lesson Plans and Activities: Name as lesson, your initials, year and course: "AudienceChangesMN2011ENG180"

Analysis
Argument
Exposition
Grammar
Discussion Starters and Freewrites
MLA
Narration
Research
Rhetoric
 
Style/Voice
Peer Review/Revision
OTHER ACTIVITIES
In-Class Writings
 

 

Readings and Texts: Name as author's last name, then a short version of title: "Orwell-ShootElephant"

Argument
 Speeches
Essay
 Essays about Writing and Rhetoric
Videos
Short Story
 Analysis Reading
Poetry
OTHER READINGS
Academic Integrity and Research  

 

Assignment Sheets: Name with the paper title, your initials, year, and course: "AnalyzingMobyDickMN2011ENG180"

Analysis Papers
Argument Papers
 Annotated Bibliographies
Narrative Papers
Proposal Essays
Research Papers
Informational/Expository Essays In-Class Exams OTHER ASSIGN
Modal Assignments Genre Assignments Situation Assignments

 

Syllabi: Name as course and section, then instructor initials, then year: "ENG180.07MN2011" (you are also encouraged to list your theme after the syllabus)

ENG 160
ENG 160 SWW
ENG 160 ESL/SWW
 ENG 206
ENG 180
ENG 180 SWW
ENG 180 ESL/SWW
 

 

Composition Program Materials

GE Assessment
Composition Handbook
Memos
Oral Presentation Materials
Portfolio Review Materials
Rubrics
Top 10 Lists
OTHER COMP DOCUMENTS

 

Additional Resources: Go to "Additional Resources" and Edit it to find and add other links.

New Paltz 
Purdue Online Writing Lab
New Paltz Writing Center
English Blog
English Facebook 
New Paltz Library 
Additional Resources (favorite links)
Common Summer Reading  

 

     


 

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