ENC 1102 Summer A Syllabus

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<ul><li><p>S U M M E R 2 0 1 2</p><p>Nullam arcu leo, facilisis ut! 1</p><p>Composition II! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Instructor: Laura MartinezENC 1102-A004 Office Hours: Tuesdays and Wednesdays 12:30-2:30pm, and by appointment Email: lauram@mail.ucf.eduM,T,W,TH 10:00-11:50am, TA 202B Office: CNH 305 D3 Credit Hours</p><p> Course Description!"#$%&amp;'()$*%+#,,%"*,-%.'(%/*0*,'-%.'()%12#,#3.%3'%1--)'1&amp;"%)*$*1)&amp;"%14/%+)#3#45%)"*3')#&amp;1,,.%14/%+#,,%-)*-1)*%.'(%3'%-1)3#-13*%#4%3"*%/#$&amp;'()$*%&amp;'66(4#3#*$%'7%.'()%/#$-,#4*$%')%618')$9%:'(%+#,,%,*1)4%"'+%3'%141,.;*%14/%8'#4%$&amp;"',1),.%&amp;'40*)$13#'4$</p></li><li><p>A S S I G N M E N T S</p><p>2!</p><p>! ! ! ! ! ! 100 Points total!"#$%&amp;%'"$%()*+,*'(%)$-./*b1)3#-13#'4%#$%&amp;1,&amp;(,13*/%13%3"*%#4$3)(&amp;3')c$%/#$&amp;)*3#'49%]7%.'(%1)*%&amp;'4&amp;*)4*/%12'(3%.'()%-1)3#-13#'4%5)1/*</p></li><li><p>P O L I C I E S</p><p>! 3</p><p> Plagiarism</p><p>Many incidents of plagiarism result from students lack of understanding about what constitutes plagiarism. However, you are expected to familiarize yourself with UCFs policy on plagiarism, and to consult your instructor and your handbook if you are unsure of how to document sources. All work you submit must be your own scholarly and creative efforts. UCFs Golden Rule defines plagiarism as follows: whereby anothers work is used or appropriated without any indication of the source, thereby attempting to convey the impression that such work is the students own. Plagiarism or cheating might result in an F for the assignment or an F for the entire course, depending on the teachers discretion. The instructor might also assign a Z grade, which will appear on your transcript and denote academic dishonesty. </p><p>ADAThe University of Central Florida is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for all persons with disabilities. This syllabus is available in alternate formats upon request. Students with disabilities who need accommodations in this course must contact the professor at the beginning of the semester to discuss needed accommodations. No accommodations will be provided until the student has met with the professor to request accommodations. Students who need accommodations must be registered with Student Disability Services, Student Resource Center Room 132, phone (407) 823-2371, TTY/TDD only phone (407) 823-2116, before requesting accommodations from the professor.</p><p> UWC</p><p>The University Writing Center (UWC) is a free resource for UCF undergraduates and graduates. At the UWC, a trained writing consultant will work individually with you on anything you're writing (in or out of class), at any point in the writing process from brainstorming to editing. Appointments are recommended, but not required. For more information or to make an appointment, visit the UWC website at http://www.uwc.ucf.edu, stop by MOD 608, or call 407.823.2197.</p><p>Late Work and Make-up PolicyIn order to be successful in this course, it is imperative that you submit all of your work on time. You must submit all major assignments in order to pass the course. I do accept late work, but you will be deducted one full letter grade for each day late, including weekends and days in between classes. If you email me your assignments, I will reply with my comments electronically. Any assignment submitted after our regular class time will be counted late.If you are absent, it is your responsibility to contact me for any work that you need to make up. If you are absent on the day that an assignment is due, however, you will still be penalized for late submission. Be sure to make prior arrangements with me if you know that you will be missing class on the day that an assignment is due. </p></li><li><p>E X P E C T A T I O N S A N D R E Q U I R E M E N T S</p><p>4!</p><p> What you can expect from me: I will do my best to be available to answer questions in and outside of class. I will do my best to respond promptly to your questions via e-mail (within 24 hours during </p><p>weekdays). I will provide you with ample feedback on your writing. It is my goal to give you the chance to </p><p>understand why you earned a particular grade, and/or why you didnt. I will address you with respect, both in person and via e-mail. I will do my best to return your work to you with feedback in a timely manner. </p><p>What I will expect from you: You are expected to have a Knights email account and check it regularly. This is how I will </p><p>communicate important updates. We will also be communicating via our Webcourses section and Facebook page. You are not required to have a Facebook page, but can choose to participate in our discussions through that medium.</p><p> You are not to have laptops or other electronics open during class unless you have been instructed to do so for writing and/or researching. If you are texting during class, I will assume that you are choosing not to engage in class discussion, and will mark you absent for that class session.</p><p> You will address your instructor and your peers with respect, both in person and via e-mail. You will come to class on time. Three tardies count as one absence. You will submit all of your assignments typed. You must also have access to printer, as you </p><p>will be required to print some of your readings and assignments.</p><p>This syllabus is subject to change at instructors discretion</p></li><li><p>T E N T A T I V E S C H E D U L E</p><p>! 5</p><p>NOTE: I guarantee that this schedule will change throughout the semester. Please note any changes discussed during class. </p><p>Date In class Homework Monday, May 14th !ntroduction to course and syllabus discussion. </p><p>Discuss your majors and texts within those majors. What are genres? How do they function in discourse communities?</p><p>Start your reading/research journal. Write: What genres are most significant in your life right now? How so?</p><p>Start reading and annotating Bawarshi and Reiff:http://thelemming.com/lemming/POP-CULTURE/Materiality%20and%20Genre.pdf</p><p>Tuesday, May 15th Discuss Bawarshi and Reiff. Introduction to genres. Start preliminary genre analysis.</p><p>Finish reading and annotating Bawarshi and Reiff. Start gathering your genres for preliminary genre analysis. </p><p>Wednesday, May 16th Discuss Devitt and continue working on preliminary genre analysis. </p><p>Read and annotate Devitt. Continue gathering your genres for preliminary genre analysis.</p><p>Thursday, May 17th We will not be meeting in class today. Finish reading and annotating Devitt. Start working on preliminary genre analysis.</p><p>Monday, May 21st Work on preliminary genre analysis paper in class. Draft due on Tuesday.</p><p>Work on preliminary genre analysis paper and bring full draft to class on Tuesday. </p><p>Tuesday, May 22nd Workshop preliminary genre analysis Revise preliminary genre analysis and bring final draft on Wednesday.</p><p>Wednesday, May 23rd Research day. Research databases and start annotations.</p><p>Continue research and annotations and bring what you have to class on Thursday. </p><p>Thursday, May 24th Research day. Research databases and work on annotations.</p><p>Continue research and annotations and bring at least 5 finished annotations on Tuesday</p><p>Monday, May 28th No Class--Memorial Day Holiday Finish your annotations</p><p>Tuesday, May 29th Add genre analysis to annotations in class Continue working on genre analysis of annotations and bring what you have to class</p><p>Wednesday, May 30th Continue working on genre analysis of annotations Finish genre analysis of annotations and bring full draft to class for workshop</p><p>Thursday, May 31st Workshop annotated bib with annotations and genre analysis</p><p>Finish annotated bib and bring final draft to class on Monday.</p><p>Monday, June 4th Start line of inquiry papers in class Continue working on line of inquiry papers and bring what you have to class on Tuesday</p><p>Tuesday, June 5th Continue line of inquiry papers in class Continue working on line of inquiry papers and bring what you have to class on Wednesday</p><p>Wednesday, June 6th Continue working on line of inquiry papers in class</p><p>Continue working on line of inquiry papers and bring full draft for workshop on Thursday</p><p>Thursday, June 7th Workshop line of inquiry papers in class Revise line of inquiry papers and bring final copy on Monday</p><p>Monday, June 11th Final copy of inquiry papers due. Small group meetings to discuss final projects</p><p>Work on final projects</p><p>Tuesday, June 12th Small group meetings to discuss final projects. Work on final projects</p></li><li><p>S C H E D U L E , C O N T I N U E D</p><p>6! Nullam arcu leo, facilisis ut</p><p>Date In Class HomeworkWednesday, June 13th Workshop final projects Finish final projects and bring to class on Thursday</p><p>Thursday, June 14th Final projects due in class. Discuss portfolios and presentations</p><p>Work on portfolios and presentations</p><p>Monday, June 18th Work on portfolios and presentations Work on portfolios and presentations</p><p>Tuesday, June 19th Presentations Work on portfolios and presentations</p><p>Wednesday, June 20th Presentations Work on portfolios and presentations</p><p>Thursday, June 21st Presentations. Portfolios due.</p></li></ul>