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UPDATED F CLASS SCHEDULE
(posted on October 18, 2013)
English 575:
  • Introduction to
College
Reading and Writing
PAGE TWO
Today's Class
Career Essay and Academic CollageThe Hunger Games:
Collage Project
Developing Your Career Collage

Looking Ahead: Due Next Class
o Read: The Hunger Games (chapters 19 and 20)
o Read: Jump-Start Your Career (32-56/Custom)
o Read: “Skills and Interests-Your Career Assets” (57-76/Custom)
o Complete: at least five exercises for “Jump Start Your Career” and  at least five
exercises for “Skills and Interests-Your Career Assets”
o Complete: at least three dialectical responses for The Hunger Games chapters (or
another approved reading response option)


Day TEN: (10/18)


Quotations

CHECKLIST: WORK DUE NEXT CLASS
o Read: The Hunger Games (chapters 21 and 22)
o Bring: (Project Three) at least one library database article about The Hunger Gams
or another educational policy topic (based on suggestions from Chaffey College
librarian, Carol Hutte)
o Bring: (Project Two) several resources about a career of interest to you
(including resources based on the suggestions from Chaffey College librarian, Carol
Hutte)
o Read: “What Do I Do With the Sources I Find? / Sample Essay (398-417)
o Complete: Reading Response Activities
(dialectical responses, create a quiz & answers, margin comments and annotations,
reading as a process: making the invisible visible)


Day ELEVEN (10/25)
Guest Instructor: Educational Policy Readings

CHECKLIST: WORK DUE AT YOUR SCHEDULED CONFERENCE:
Materials Due Last Class

 Bring:Collage Work In Progress (Career Development Research
Materials/Responding to Career Development
Materials)

 Read: “Let’s Get Critical: Making Inferences and
Incorporating Critical Reading Skills”
(304-337/Custom)

o Read: The Hunger Games (chapter 23)/Complete: at least three dialectical responses, sample
quiz questions & answers, annotations and margin comments, journal questions, and/or other
response option(s)

o Read:
"Let's Get Critical: Making Inferences and Incorporating Critical Reading Skills" (pgs. 304-
337)

o Complete: Click here for directions: "Let's Get Critical: Making Inferences
and Incorporating Critical Reading Skills" (pgs. 304-337)



AFTER CONFERENCE/DUE NEXT CLASS:
 Read: The Hunger Games (chapter 24) / Complete: two dialectical or other responses
 Bring: Collage Work-In-Progress/Complete: ten or more dialectical responses to research
quotes and/or pictures
 Bring: at least one library database article about The Hunger Games or another topic related to
education (elementary, middle, high school, and/or college education/based on suggestions from
Chaffey College librarian, Carol Hutte)

Extra Credit Option (up to five points):
 Read: “Lights, Camera, and Action!
Rehearsing the Information” (338-363/Custom)/Complete up to five dialectical or other responses


Day TWELVE (11/1)
Conferences


Day THIRTEEN (11/8)
Warm-Up: Rough Sketch
Essay Prompt
Essay Structure Review
Quotations
"Whether you or
you can't, you're
usually right."    
Henry Ford
(from ACOS)





"If I have the belief
that I can do it,
I shall surely
acquire the
capacity to do it
even if I may not
have it at the
beginning."

Mahatma Gandhi
(from ACOS)
Counter
Check Out Catching Fire (book 2) and
Mockingjay (book 3) at the Chino campus
library.
Catching Fire: November 22, 2013
Harkins Theater
Chino Hills

If you would like to attend, please share your
interest by completing the survey to the right.  
Please indicate which time(s) you are
available to attend.  The time of the event
hasn't been determined yet.


You must complete and submit the official
field trip form by November 21 in order to
participate in this extra credit event.  
Completing the survey to the right doesn't
replace the required form.
Who may you interview about a
career of interest?

Arrange to (phone, in person, e-mail,
etc.) interview at least one person.
Due Next Class:
(5 Exercises Apprx. from
each/a guideline = long
exercises may count as two
exs. instead of one/You may
focus on more exercises from
one chapter than the other)
575 Planner

 Read: The Hunger Games (chapter 25)
 Bring: Project Two /Work-in-Progress

Day FOURTEEN (11/15)


Slip or Trip
Inference = Reading Between the Lines

575 Educational Policy Questions
Four Corners


Reading Responses: Educational Policy Claim
“School vs. Education” (442-444/Custom)
“Why Jonny Can’t Write” (453-455/Custom)
“On Being 17, Bright, and Unable to Read” (475-478/Custom)
“Joy in School: Joyful learning can flourish in school-if you give joy a chance” (479-
483/Custom)
"Schools Debate Educational Value of The Hunger Games"


MLA Format: pgs. 414 - 417
(How to Format Your Essay)

Sharing and Responding to Work in Progress

CHECKLIST: WORK DUE NEXT CLASS (11/22)
Project #2 / Final Draft (Essay and Collage)
 Read: The Hunger Games (chapter 26)


DAY Fifteen (11/22)
Collage Gallery
Annotation/Analysis: Project Three assignment sheet
The Hunger Games / Preparing for the Debate/Sharing & Responding: Project Three

CHECKLIST: WORK DUE NEXT CLASS (12/6)
 Complete: Idea Generation, Project Three (Review pgs. 377-386 for suggested strategies)
 Complete: Outline, Project Three (Review thesis statement tips on pgs. 387-389/Review  
pgs. 390-395 for suggested outline strategies)
 Complete: Project Three, Essay Draft with copies / Make four additional copies and
distribute these copies to test readers in class today

DAY Sixteen (12/6)
Sharing and Responding: Argument Essay Drafts
Preparing for the Class Debate: The Hunger Games
Career Projects Returned

CHECKLIST: WORK DUE NEXT CLASS (12/13)
Turn in your success center form if you have not
already done so.
 Major Project Three (Final Version)
 Group Project: Hunger Games debate
 In-Class Essay: Hunger Games debate
 (Optional) Updated Version of Major Project
One and/or Two (In order to submit the updated project
for a possibly higher grade, you must also turn in the
previously graded version with instructor comments.)
** Due to schedule changes, your highest project grade will be
duplicated for the deleted project, Project Four


DAY SEVENTEEN (12/13)  
COURSE FINAL: 8:45 – 11:15

The Hunger Games Debate
& In-Class Essay
Reminder: This is the very last day of the
class, and no work is accepted after today.
Inference
Workshop time:
idea generation strategies
outlining strategies
mini conferences
Reminder:
Please bring The
Hunger Games and
your textbook to
each class session.
Reminder:
Turn in your success
center sheet if you have
not already done so.

(Don't forget the question
on the back.)
Office Hours During Finals:
Thursday (12/12): 7:45-8:45 am
                 11:15-12:15 am
& Friday (12/13): 7:45-8:45 am