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COURSE OUTLINE

Course ID

Course title

Credits

ANH214DE02

Basic Writing

To be applied to Semester -1,, School year: 2014 under Decision No 2012/Q--BGH 18/12/2013
A. Course Specifications:
Periods

Periods in classroom
classro

SelfTotal
Lecture/ Laboratory/
Activity Fieldwork study
periods Seminar Studio
periods
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

56

56

XX

XX

56

XX

XX

XX

120

Lecture Lab
Fieldwork
room
room

B. Other related Subjects:


Other related Subjects
Course ID
Prerequisites: none
1.

Co-requisites: none
1.

Other requirements: none


1.

Course title

C. Course Description:
The course is designed to give students ample practice in developing and writing good sentences
and different types of paragraphs. With regard to good sentence writing, each unit directs
students attention to a grammar issue that is related to the kind of writing being practiced
practiced.
Besides, additional exercises help students
students avoid grammar mistakes and build sentences in a
logical and grammatically correct manner. With regard to paragraph writing
writing, each unit helps
students get acquainted with the structure of a complete paragraph, which consists of a topic
sentence, supporting sentences and a concluding sentence.
sentence. Students will be guided through a
sequence of steps that helps students learn how to analyze a paragraph, brainstorm and put ideas
into sentences, organize
ganize sentences into a paragraph, check it over and edit the final draft. The
course consists of different types of paragraphs namely definition & process, descriptive,
opinion, narrative and paragraphs in an essay that students have to master after finishing
finis
the
course.
D. Course Objectives:
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Course Objectives
Provide students with ample practice in developing and writing sentences without
common mistakes in sentence structure.
Introduce and guide students through the different stages of writing a paragraph.
Give students numerous opportunities for practicing peer-editing.
peer
Offer students opportunities to work with different types of paragraph writing.

5.

Inspire students motivation by giving them a chance to do creative writing.

E. Learning Outcomes:
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Learning Outcomes
Upon the successful completion of the course, students will be able to:
compose good sentences and avoid common mistakes related to sentence structures and
punctuation;
work together and share ideas through collaborative activities;
edit the texts in writing assignments;
write under time pressure; and
employ the writing process to produce a complete paragraph with unity and coherence.

F. Instructional Modes:

Theory and practice are tightly integrated.


Students are required to do exercises in pairs/groups after grasping the theory. Especially,
during the process of practicing writing paragraphs, students are organized to carry out peer
editing in which they exchange each others composed paragraph for mutual commenting and
correcting.
Visual aids (PowerPoint) are used to illustrate the teaching points, supplying students with
more teaching materials to support the teaching-learning process.
Home assignments are given to students at the end of each class, and correction will be made
in the next class.
Continuous practicing writing paragraphs together with recognizing and correcting mistakes
is conducted through out the course.

G. Textbooks and teaching aids:


1.

Required Textbooks and Materials:

Folse, K. S., Muchmore-Vokoun, A., & Solomon, E. V. (2010). Great Writing 2:


Great Paragraphs, 3rd edition. Heinle/Cengage Learning.

Supplementary materials on grammar (available at the Writing Center)

2. Suggested Course Materials:


Basic Writing, Hoa Sen University
Hogue, A. (2001), First Steps in Academic Writing, HCMC Publisher
Oshima, A., & Hogue, A. (2002), Introduction to Academic Writing 2nd Ed, McGrawHill.
Boardman, A. C., & Frydemberg, J. (2002), Writing to Communicate 2nd Ed, Longman.
Pavlik, C., & Segal, K. M. (2007?) Interaction Writing 1 & 2 4th Ed, McGraw-Hill.
Ruetten, K. M. (1986), Refining Composition Skills, Mac Millan - NewYork
3. Teaching aids:
- Audio-visual aids
- Suggested websites
http://www2.actden.com/writ_Den/Tips/paragrap/index/html
www.buowl.boun.edu.tr/students/Paragraph%20Writing%20Exercises.htm
http://esl.about.com/od/writingintermediate/a/parapraphs.htm
http://autumntensa.jimdo.com/download/557228310/writing+Academic+paragraph+0
2.pdf
H. Assessment Methods (Requirements for Completion of the Course):
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1. Description of learning outcomes assessment


Students assessment is based on:
1. Quizzes (10%)
4 ten-minute-quizzes on sentence skills such as sentence errors, punctuation,
capitalization, sentence structure and elements of paragraph will be given over the course of
semester. Quizzes will relate to materials learned. There will be no make-up quizzes.
2. Writing Assignments (30%)
Your assignment grades will be the average score of the 5 writing assignments including 3
homework writing assignments that you turn in to the instructor and 2 timed writings (from
the textbook) you do in class. For homework writing assignments, students are required to
write 3 writing assignments including 1 creative writing (a poem, a song or an ending
paragraph of a story) and 2 paragraph writings. For timed writings, students are required to
do 2 timed writings (from the textbook) in class. All writing is due on the day stated. NO
LATE PAPERS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
3. Midterm Test (20%)
The Midterm test will be an in-class exam. It will test sentence skills and paragraph writing
skills.
4. Final Test (40%)
The final exam will be administered by the academic registrars office. It will test sentence
skills and paragraph writing skills.
Note on Quizzes and Assignments and Midterm
There will be no make-up quizzes or extensions to assignments. However, students will be
given a possibility of raising their scores by being offered an extra quiz and an extra writing
assignment at the end of the semester. These grades can be used to replace A LOW SCORE or
A SCORE OF ZERO (0) because of an absence.
Note to Instructor:
At the first class meeting, a set of copies of Supplementary Materials on Grammar will be
delivered to one student who will have it photocopied for students in class. The copies of
Supplementary Materials on Grammar will be distributed at the second class meeting at
students expenses.
HSU Writing Center
The Writing Center provides One-on-One tutoring consultations free of charge for students at
Hoa Sen University. Undergraduate students in writing courses receive priority for tutoring
appointments. The Writing Center serves as a resource for writers, providing tutoring sessions
on the range of activities in the writing process considering the audience, analyzing the
assignment or genre, brainstorming, researching, writing drafts, revising, editing, and preparing
documentation and helping students with grammar structures and styles in improving writing
skill.
Instructors require weak students to attend the Writing Center to receive tutoring on a specific
assignment, skill, or aspect of the writing process. Instructors may also require individual
students to attend the Writing Center to receive instruction in grammar and mechanics.
Location: Room A206, Campus 2
Time: To be announced.
For more information about the Writing Center, please contact the Director, Ms Bin Th
Thanh Mai, email: mai.bienthithanh@hoasen.edu.vn
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2. Summary of learning outcomes assessment


* For main semester:
Components Duration
10
Quizzes

On-going
Assessment

(flexible)

Midterm
Test

90

Final test

90

Total

Percentage
Assessment Forms
Sentence Skills (sentence errors, 10%
punctuation, capitalization, sentence
structure)

Schedule
Throughout
the course

- 3 Homework assignments (1 creative 30%


writing and 2 paragraph writings)
- 2 timed writings (in-class writing
assignments)
Writing test
20%
Based on what students learned from
week 1 to week 7
The test consist of 2 parts:
1. Sentence skills (4 marks) (sentence
errors, punctuation, capitalization,
sentence structure)
2. Paragraphs ( 6 marks)
- Arranging sentences of a paragraph (2
marks)
- Writing a paragraph (within 150-word
limit in accordance with types of
paragraphs mentioned in the course) (4
marks)
Writing test
40%
Testing knowledge and writing skills
for the whole course
The test also has two parts:
1. Sentence skills (3 marks): similar to
the same part in the mid-term test.
2. Writing the topic sentence,
supporting sentence or concluding
sentence of an incomplete paragraph (2
marks)
3. Writing a paragraph (within 150word limit in accordance with types of
paragraphs mentioned in the course) (5
marks)
100%

Throughout
the course

Week 8

To
be
confirmed

* For extra semester:


Components Duration
10
Quizzes

On-going
Assessment

(flexible)

Percentage
Assessment Forms
Sentence Skills (sentence errors, 10%
punctuation, capitalization, sentence
structure)

Schedule
Throughout
the course

- 3 Homework assignments (1 creative 30%


writing and 2 paragraph writings)
- 2 timed writings (in-class writing
assignments)

Throughout
the course

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Midterm
Test

90

Final test

90

Total

Writing test
20%
Based on what students learned from
week 1 to week 7
The test consist of 2 parts:
1. Sentence skills (4 marks) (sentence
errors, punctuation, capitalization,
sentence structure)
2. Paragraphs ( 6 marks)
- Arranging sentences of a paragraph (2
marks)
- Writing a paragraph (within 150-word
limit in accordance with types of
paragraphs mentioned in the course) (4
marks)
Writing test
40%
Testing knowledge and writing skills
for the whole course
The test also has two parts:
1. Sentence skills (3 marks): similar to
the same part in the mid-term test.
2. Writing the topic sentence,
supporting sentence or concluding
sentence of an incomplete paragraph (2
marks)
3. Writing a paragraph (within 150word limit in accordance with types of
paragraphs mentioned in the course) (5
marks)
100%

Week 8

To be
confirmed

Assessment criteria for writing a paragraph:

Criteria
The structure of a paragraph
- consisting of basic factors: a topic sentence, supporting sentences
(details, examples etc.) and a concluding sentence (if necessary)
The content of a paragraph
- Being appropriate for its kind
- Ideas: clear, understandable
- Only one main idea for a paragraph
- Unity
- Coherence
- Grammar and vocabulary (spelling, good meaning)
- Sentence structure
- Punctuation

Percentage
30%

40%

30%

Below is a table of abbreviated letters teachers can use to point out mistakes when marking
students writing.
Symbol
Meaning
Sp
Spelling
VT
Verb tense
SV
Sub-verb agreement
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Pl
Prep
WF
WW
WO
Punc
Pa
Frag
Art
C/U
SS

Plural
Preposition
Word form
Wrong word
Word order
Punctuation
Parallelism
Fragment
Article
Count /uncount Noun
Sentence structure

3. Academic Integrity
Academic integrity is a fundamental value that affects the quality of teaching, learning, and
research at a university. To ensure the maintenance of academic integrity at Hoa Sen University,
students are required to:
Work independently on individual assignments
Collaborating on individual assignments is considered cheating.

Avoid plagiarism
Plagiarism is an act of fraud that involves the use of ideas or words of another person without
proper attribution. Students will be accused of plagiarism if they:
i. Copy in their work one or more sentences from another person without proper citation.
ii. Rephrase, paraphrase, or translate another persons ideas or words without proper
attribution.
iii. Reuse their own assignments, in whole or in part, and submit them for another class.
Work responsibly within a working group
In cooperative group assignments, all students are required to stay on task and contribute
equally to the projects. Group reports should clearly state the contribution of each group
member.
Any acts of academic dishonesty will result in a grade of zero for the task at hand and/or
immediate failure of the course, depending on the seriousness of the fraud. Please consult Hoa
Sen Universitys Policy on Plagiarism at http://thuvien.hoasen.edu.vn/chinh-sach-phong-tranhdao-van. To ensure the maintenance of academic integrity, the university asks that students
report cases of academic dishonesty to the teacher and/or the Dean. The names of those students
will be kept anonymous.

I. Teaching Staff:
No.

Professors name

Nguyn Vn Chng
Instructors
Faculty

Email,
Phone
number, Office
Office location
hours
chuong.nguyenvan@hoasen.edu.vn
0908608972
A 312 CS2

Position
coordinator

in

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J. Outline of Topics to be covered (Learning Schedule):


* For main-semester:
Week / Topics
meeting
1
Course Induction; syllabus; walk-through
of textbook
(including the Brief Writers Handbook
with Activities and the Appendices)

References
Instructor will
deliver a set of
copies of
Supplementary
Materials on
Grammar.

Unit 1: What is a Paragraph?


Example Paragraphs
Four Features of a Paragraph

pp.217-265
pp.2-8
pp.9-22

Unit 1 (continued)

pp.1-29

Home/Class
assignments
Additional Grammar
Activities: Activities
1, 2, 3, 4, 5: pp.238240

Language Focus
Building Better Vocabulary
Introduction to Peer Editing
Practice: Peer Editing Sheet 1
Unit 2: Developing Ideas for Writing a
Paragraph
Brainstorming
Language Focus
Building Better Sentences

pp.23-25
pp.23-24
p.28
pp.267-268
pp. 30-42

pp.31-36
pp.37-38

Features of a Good Topic Sentence


Working With Topic Sentence
Language Focus
Building Better Sentences
Building Better Vocabulary
- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned
Practice: Peer Editing Sheet 3
Quiz # 1: Elements of Paragraph and
Sentence Skills

- Homework
Writing assignment
#1: Creative Writing
(Due: Week 7)

39-40

3
Unit 3: The Topic Sentence

copies of
Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
will be distributed at
students expenses.
Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned

pp.43-62
pp.43-48
pp.51-55
pp.56
p.59
p.60

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
- Punctuation
Activities: pp.231-234

pp.271-272

4
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Unit 4: Supporting and Concluding


Sentences

pp. 63-82
p.63

Good Supporting Sentences


pp.67-68
Kinds of Supporting Sentences
pp.68-75
Analyzing and Writing Supporting
pp.76-80
Sentences
Good Concluding Sentences
- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned
5
Unit 5: Paragraph Review
Paragraph Review
Analyzing Paragraphs
Building Better Sentences
Language Focus
Building Better Vocabulary
Original Student Writing
Additional Topics for Writing
- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned

pp. 83-98
pp.83-88
pp.89-90
p.94
pp.94-95
p.96
p.97
p.98

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
- Apostrophes, Quotation
Marks; Semicolons:
pp.234-236

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
- Editing For Errors:
Activity 11, 12, 13:
pp.244-245

Quiz # 2: Elements of Paragraph and


Sentence Skills
6
Unit 6: Definition Paragraphs
What is a Definition Paragraph?
Building Better Sentences
Putting the Paragraph Together:
Sequencing
Building Better Vocabulary
Original Student Writing
Additional Topics for Writing
- Supplementary Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on Materials learned

pp.99-104
pp.105-107
pp.108-114

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
- Editing For Errors:
Activity 14, 15: p.246

p.118
p.119
p.120

p.120

Timed Writing # 1:
7

Unit 7: Process Analysis Paragraphs


What is a Process Analysis Paragraph?
Building Better Sentences
Organizing a Process Analysis Paragraph

pp.121-134
p
pp.121-125
p.126
pp.127-131

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned

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Timed Writing # 1: Correction and


Return
DUE: Homework Writing Assignment #
1
Quiz # 3: Elements of Paragraph and
Sentence Skills
8

Unit 7: (Continued)
Building Better Sentences
Building Better Vocabulary
Original Student Writing
Additional Topics for Writing

pp.132-134

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned

Midterm Test (90 minutes)


Midterm Test correction
9
Unit 8: Descriptive Paragraphs
What is a Descriptive Paragraph?
Describing with the Five Senses
Building Better Sentences
Using Denotation and Connotation to
Describe
Using Prepositions to Describe
Building Better Sentences
Building Better Vocabulary
Original Student Writing
Additional Topics for Writing
- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned

pp.135-161
p.135
pp.136-145

10

Unit 9: Opinion Paragraphs


What is an Opinion Paragraph?
Working with Opinions
Language Focus
Building Better Sentences
Building Better Vocabulary
Original Student Writing
Additional Topics for Writing
- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned
Due: Homework Writing Assignment # 2

pp.162-176
p.162
pp.163-166
pp.171-172
p.173
p.174
p.175
p.176

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned

11

Unit 10: Narrative Paragraphs

pp. 177-197

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
Homework Writing

What is a Narrative Paragraph?


Working with Ideas for Narrative

p.146
p.147
pp.151-157
p.158
p.159
p160
p.161

pp.177-178

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
Homework Writing
Assignment # 2:
Descriptive
Paragraph Writing

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Paragraphs
Building Better Sentences

pp.185-187
pp.188-189

Assignment # 3:
Opinion Paragraph
Writing

pp. 177-197

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
)
Capitalization
Activities: pp.228-231

- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for


Further Practice on Materials learned

12

Unit 10: Narrative Paragraphs


(Continued)
Building Better Vocabulary
Original Student Writing
Additional Topics for Writing
- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned
Due: Homework Writing Assignment # 3

p.195
p.196
p.197

p.197

Timed Writing # 2:
13

Unit 11: Paragraphs in an Essay Putting


it All Together
Getting to Know Essays
What does an Essay Look Like?
An Essay Outline
The Thesis Statement
Supporting Ideas
Different Kinds of Essay Organization

pp.198-215

pp.199-200
pp.202-203
p.204
p.204
p.204
p.205
p.206

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned

- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for


Further Practice on Materials learned
Quiz # 4: Sentence Skills
14

Unit 11: Paragraphs in an Essay Putting


it All Together : (Continued)

pp.198-215

pp.210-212
Putting an Essay Together
p.213
Building Better Vocabulary
p.214
Next Steps
p.215
Original Student Writing: Essay
Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned
p.287
Practice: Peer Editing Sheet 11
15

Timed Writing # 2: Correction and


Return
Supplementary Materials on Grammar for

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
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Further Practice on Materials learned


Extra Quiz

Handouts for revision


will be supplied by the
instructor in charge

Extra Timed Writing


Review for Final Exam
Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned
FINAL TEST
* For extra semester:
Week / Topics
meeting
1/1
Course Induction; syllabus; walk-through
of textbook
(including the Brief Writers Handbook
with Activities and the Appendices)

References
Instructor will
deliver a set of
copies of
Supplementary
Materials on
Grammar.

Unit 1: What is a Paragraph?


Example Paragraphs
Four Features of a Paragraph

pp.217-265
pp.2-8
pp.9-22

Unit 1 (continued)

pp.1-29

Home/Class
assignments
Additional Grammar
Activities: Activities
1, 2, 3, 4, 5: pp.238240

Language Focus
Building Better Vocabulary
Introduction to Peer Editing
Practice: Peer Editing Sheet 1
Unit 2: Developing Ideas for Writing a
Paragraph

pp.23-25
pp.23-24
p.28
pp.267-268
pp. 30-42

pp.31-36
pp.37-38

Brainstorming
Language Focus
Building Better Sentences

39-40

Unit 3: The Topic Sentence

pp.43-62

2/1

Features of a Good Topic Sentence


Working With Topic Sentence
Language Focus
Building Better Sentences

pp.43-48
pp.51-55
pp.56
p.59

copies of
Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
will be distributed at
students expenses.
Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
- Homework
Writing assignment
#1: Creative Writing
(Due: Week 7)

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
- Punctuation
Activities: pp.231-234

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p.60
Building Better Vocabulary
- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
pp.271-272
Further Practice on Materials learned
Practice: Peer Editing Sheet 3
Quiz # 1: Elements of Paragraph and
Sentence Skills

2/2
Unit 4: Supporting and Concluding
Sentences

pp. 63-82
p.63

Good Supporting Sentences


pp.67-68
Kinds of Supporting Sentences
pp.68-75
Analyzing and Writing Supporting
pp.76-80
Sentences
Good Concluding Sentences
- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned

3/1
Unit 5: Paragraph Review
Paragraph Review
Analyzing Paragraphs
Building Better Sentences
Language Focus
Building Better Vocabulary
Original Student Writing
Additional Topics for Writing
- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned

pp. 83-98
pp.83-88
pp.89-90
p.94
pp.94-95
p.96
p.97
p.98

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
- Apostrophes, Quotation
Marks; Semicolons:
pp.234-236

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
- Editing For Errors:
Activity 11, 12, 13:
pp.244-245

Quiz # 2: Elements of Paragraph and


Sentence Skills

3/2
Unit 6: Definition Paragraphs
What is a Definition Paragraph?
Building Better Sentences
Putting the Paragraph Together:
Sequencing
Building Better Vocabulary
Original Student Writing

pp.99-104
pp.105-107
pp.108-114

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
- Editing For Errors:
Activity 14, 15: p.246

p.118
p.119
p.120
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Additional Topics for Writing


- Supplementary Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on Materials learned

p.120

Timed Writing # 1:

4/1

Unit 7: Process Analysis Paragraphs


What is a Process Analysis Paragraph?
Building Better Sentences
Organizing a Process Analysis Paragraph
Timed Writing # 1: Correction and
Return
DUE: Homework Writing Assignment #
1
Quiz # 3: Elements of Paragraph and
Sentence Skills

4/2

Unit 7: (Continued)
Building Better Sentences
Building Better Vocabulary
Original Student Writing
Additional Topics for Writing

pp.121-134
p
pp.121-125
p.126
pp.127-131

pp.132-134

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned

Midterm Test (90 minutes)


Midterm Test correction

5/1
Unit 8: Descriptive Paragraphs
What is a Descriptive Paragraph?
Describing with the Five Senses
Building Better Sentences
Using Denotation and Connotation to
Describe
Using Prepositions to Describe
Building Better Sentences
Building Better Vocabulary
Original Student Writing
Additional Topics for Writing
- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned

pp.135-161
p.135
pp.136-145
p.146
p.147
pp.151-157
p.158
p.159
p160
p.161

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
Homework Writing
Assignment # 2:
Descriptive
Paragraph Writing

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5/2

Unit 9: Opinion Paragraphs


What is an Opinion Paragraph?
Working with Opinions
Language Focus
Building Better Sentences
Building Better Vocabulary
Original Student Writing
Additional Topics for Writing
- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned
Due: Homework Writing Assignment # 2

pp.162-176
p.162
pp.163-166
pp.171-172
p.173
p.174
p.175
p.176

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned

6/1

Unit 10: Narrative Paragraphs

pp. 177-197

What is a Narrative Paragraph?


Working with Ideas for Narrative
Paragraphs
Building Better Sentences

pp.177-178
pp.185-187
pp.188-189

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
Homework Writing
Assignment # 3:
Opinion Paragraph
Writing

- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for


Further Practice on Materials learned

6/2

Unit 10: Narrative Paragraphs


(Continued)
Building Better Vocabulary
Original Student Writing
Additional Topics for Writing
- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned
Due: Homework Writing Assignment # 3

pp. 177-197
p.195
p.196
p.197

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
)
Capitalization
Activities: pp.228-231

p.197

Timed Writing # 2:
7/1

Unit 11: Paragraphs in an Essay Putting


it All Together
Getting to Know Essays
What does an Essay Look Like?
An Essay Outline
The Thesis Statement
Supporting Ideas
Different Kinds of Essay Organization
- Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned

pp.198-215

pp.199-200
pp.202-203
p.204
p.204
p.204
p.205
p.206

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned

Quiz # 4: Sentence Skills


Page 14 of 18

7/2

Unit 11: Paragraphs in an Essay Putting


it All Together : (Continued)

pp.198-215

pp.210-212
Putting an Essay Together
p.213
Building Better Vocabulary
p.214
Next Steps
p.215
Original Student Writing: Essay
Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned
p.287
Practice: Peer Editing Sheet 11
8/1

Timed Writing # 2: Correction and


Return
Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned
Extra Quiz

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned

Supplementary
Materials on Grammar
for Further Practice on
Materials learned
Handouts for revision
will be supplied by the
instructor in charge

Extra Timed Writing


Review for Final Exam
Supplementary Materials on Grammar for
Further Practice on Materials learned

FINAL TEST

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WRITING SHEET

NAME: ----------------------------------CLASS: ----------------------------------Instructors Comments


_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________

TOPIC: _________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________
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