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Writing Calendar 102-Edited Version

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Calendar- Fall2011 - EGL 102 - Professor J. Mignano-Brady
This is a general overview. All classwork and homework will be announced in class and or posted on the blog. There will be extensive reading and writing in thisclass so please come to class on a regular basis.
Literature Circles, Workshop dates and Homework Assignments will be announced in class and are subject tochange.Papers:
All final drafts must be handed in on the dates they are due. Failure to hand in your papers will greatly affect your grade. You will be given theopportunity to revise.
See Syllabus: Rules for Revising
 
 Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8
8/30
 IntroductionsDefine Literature?Form & StructureProsePoetry ________________ 
Sign into Blog
9
/6
 Elements ofDrama Con·t9
/13
 Continuation ofDrama Unit ______________ 
Literature Workshop ______________  A Streetcar NamedDesire
byTennesseeWilliams9
/20
 LiteratureWorkshop
/
 FishbowlDiscussionSymbols & Motifs
 _________________ 
Discuss -Paper #
1
 9
/27
 Short StoryDiscussion -
Elements of FictionCharacter AnalysisPoint of View ________________ The Storm by KateChopin
10/4
 TwentiethCenturyWomen·s RightsMovementsWorkshop &Discussion
Interpreter of  Maladies
by JhumpaLahiri
10/11
 
 A Hunger Artist
 by Franz Kafka
10/18
 Comparing &ContrastingCharacters inFictionConnectingThemes&Interpreting,LiteratureWorkshop9
/1
 Elements ofDrama
Begin Drama Unit
G
reek Tragedy,Tragic HeroIrony, Character,Plot & Theme
 Antigone
bySophocles9
/8
 
 Antigone
bySophocles
 
 ____________ Irony- Verbal& Situational9
/15
 
LiteratureCircle/SocraticSeminar 
  _______________ Theme, Character,Setting TimePeriod
Paper # 12 pagesDue TodayMLA FormatIn-Text Citation + Works CitedBegin Short StoryUnit
 __________________ 
 A& P
by JohnUpdike² PostModernism9
/2
9Elements of aStory & LiteraryElementsLiterature Circles
The YellowWallpaper 
byCharlotte Perkins-
G
illman
10/6
 Theme AnalysisAuthor &PurposeTime Period _______________ LiteratureWorkshop
10/13
 ExistentialismandModernism:Kafka _____________ AllegoryThemePOV
10/20
 
Paper #22-3 pagesDue TodayMLA FormatIn-Text Citation
The Birth-Mark
 by NathanielHawthorne
 
Calendar- Fall2011 - EGL 102 - Professor J. Mignano-Brady
 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13 Week 14 Week 15
10/25
 
Short Story UnitContinues
 ________________ Allusion, Allegory& The HumanCondition inHawthorne·s
TheBirth-Mark
 _______________ Romanticism &Transcendentalism
11/1
 
MidtermReview
11/8
 
Election DayNo Classes
 _______________ 
Begin Poetry Unit
 _____________ Introduction toPoetry: Structure& Form ________________ Imagism
11/15
 FigurativeLanguage
/
Allusion ___________________ Selections fromdiverse poets in
Family: An Album
  __________________ Workshop:Writing PoetryAnalyzing Poetry
11/22
 
Paper #33-4 pagesDue TodayMLA- In TextCitation & WorksCited
Poetry UnitContinuedPreparation forFinal Paper
11/2
9Poetry In MotionSound DevicesSelections from
The Sounds of Poetry
12/6
 
Final Paper DueToday4 ² 5 pages
 ________________ 
Presentations Begin:
Students will presentFinal Papers
 
Calendar- Fall2011 - EGL 102 - Professor J. Mignano-Brady
Papers:
All final drafts must be handed in on the dates they are due. Failure to hand in your papers will greatly affect your grade. You will be given theopportunity to revise.
See Syllabus: Rules for Revising
 
10/27
 Literature CircleRomanticism &Transcendentalism
11/3
 
MidtermIn Class Essay
11/10
 Poetry Out Loud
/
 Poetry as a spokenlanguageContinuation ofRomantic AlbumTheme & Tone
11/17
 Poetry
/
WritingWorkshopsSpeaker & SettingSelections from
Cultural Homelands: An Album
Pg.
53
9Diverse Poets
11/24
 
 
Thanksgiving Break- No classes
12/1
 Last Day beforethe final paper isdue:Review concepts
12/8
 
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