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Unit 7
a. Readings

Read "Five Myths about Writing" (p. 122), "Dancing with Professors" (p. 225), "A Writer's Habits" (p. 82), "The Watcher at the Gates" (p. 88) in Conversations about Writing. You may also want to read "The Winds of Change" (p. 125). 


b. Link to Inksheds

There will be two paragraphs required for this assignment.

Paragraph 1: Inkshed using any one of the prompts associated with the readings. Your initial response should be a minimum of 250 words and must adhere to the standards of formal written English. 

Paragraph 2: Write a proposal for who you plan to interview, what you plan to find out during the interview, and how this pertains to what the prompt is asking you to write about.  Remember, you need to discuss writing within a field using the interview as support.

Post your inkshed under the Inksheds tab within the forum The Writer's Process and then reply thoughtfully to at least 5 of your classmates' posts. See calendar for your post and replies due dates.

c. Interview with a Writer Paper

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  •  Interview with a Writer Prompt.rtf  (45.967 KB)

Read the attached prompt for writing the Interview with a Writer Paper.

Please consult the course calendar for due dates and deadlines.



Conducting Interviews

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  •  Conducting Interviews.pptx  (1.166 MB)

The Interview with a Writer assignment calls for you to write a profile paper in which you detail a professional's opinion of writing a specific career field.  In the attached powerpoint, I walk you through the process of preparing questions, identifying an interview subject, conducting an interview, and formulating a focus for your essay.  Please read through all of the slides before beginning your Interview with a Writer assignment.  You will need a current version of Microsoft Office to view this file.
d. Link to Groups

Post your draft in a new thread to your group's Interview with a Writer workshop page located within your Group under the Groups tab. Reply to all your group members' papers.


e. Submit Interview with a Writer Paper

Use the feedback you received from your classmates and revise your paper accordingly. Upload your final paper by clicking on the link above. In the comments box, please write a detailed letter where you describe your learning and your own process in researching, writing, and revising this paper.

Please remember that at the end of the semester, the four major essays you write need to total at least twenty pages (not counting drafts).

Please Note: This drop box will disappear at midnight on the due date.
Unit 8
Documented Essay Prompt

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  •  Documented Essay Prompt.rtf  (44.778 KB)

Read the attached prompt for writing the Documented Essay.

Please consult the course calendar for due dates and deadlines.



Sample Paper

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  •  Exemplary Documented Essay.pdf (310.457 KB)

Here is a sample paper written by a student in a previous section of this class. It is not a perfect paper, but it will give you an idea of how one student accomplished the task.
Documented Essay Topic Proposals

Please look within the folder to view directions on how to write your Topic Proposal for the Documented Essay.



b. Link to Groups

Read the following prompt for writing the Documented Essay.  Post a draft in a new thread to your group's Documented Essay workshop.



c. Submit Documented Essay

Use the feedback you received from your classmates, as well as what we have discussed in ENGL 1301, and revise your paper accordingly. Upload your final paper by clicking on the link above. In the comments section, write a reflection of your learning on this paper.

Please remember that at the end of the semester, the four major essays you write need to total at least twenty pages (not counting drafts).

Please Note: This drop box will disappear at midnight on the due date.
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