SemesterFall Semester, 2019
DepartmentSophomore Class A, Department of English Sophomore Class B, Department of English
Course NameWriting and Reading (II)
InstructorCHAO CHIN-CHI
Credit3.0
Course TypeRequired
PrerequisiteAcademic Writing、American Language and Culture、English Reading & Discussion、Writing and Reading、Writing and Reading (I)
Course Objective
Course Description
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Reading & analyzing



Writing



Week 1 



Definition 1



Introduction



 



Week 2 



Definition 2: Outline due at noon on Sunday (24th)



Definition in introduction s



Kinginger-Alice (a study on one person’s experience)



Generating ideas & Preparing an outline



Week 3 



Definition 3



Outline in-class review



Complete the essay



 



Week 4



Definition 4: Essay due at noon on Sunday



Essay in-class review



Kinginger-Alice (a study on one person’s experience)



In-class Review



 



Week 5



First conference (by appointment)



Week 6 



Comparison/Contrast 1



Introduction – Comparison/Contrast



Chao (2015) Rethinking Transfer (2-stage data collection)



Generating ideas Preparing an outline



Week 7 



Comparison/Contrast 2: Outline due 



Outline in-class review



Complete the essay



Week 8



Comparison/Contrast 3



Chao (2015) Rethinking Transfer (2-stage data collection)



Week 9 



Comparison/Contrast 4: Essay due 



Essay in-class review



 



Week 10 (November 14)



Mid-term examination & conference #2



Week 11 



Cause & Effect 1



Introduction



Wu (2013) Taking the very first overseas study trip



Generating ideas & Preparing an outline



Week 12 



Cause & Effect 2: Outline due at noon on Dec. 3rd.



Outline in-class review



 



Week 13 



Cause & Effect 3



Wu (2013) Taking the very first overseas study trip



Complete the essay



 



Week 14 



Cause & Effect 4: Essay due at noon on Dec. 17th



Essay in-class review



 



Week 15



Argumentation/Persuasion1



Introduction



Liu & Chao (2017), CALL from an ecological perspective



Generating ideas & Preparing an outline



Week 16



Argumentation/Persuasion2: Outline due at noon on 31st



Outline in-class review



 



Week 17 



Argumentation/Persuasion3



Liu & Chao (2017), CALL from an ecological perspective



Complete the essay



 



Week 18 



Argumentation/Persuasion4: Essay due on Jan. 13.



Final examination



Preparing to write a research paper next semester.



Teaching Methods
Teaching Assistant

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Requirement/Grading

There will be eight (8) writing assignments for this semester (first drafts and revisions). 700-1000 words each.



All assignments must be handed in before the deadline. Late assignments will not be accepted. This means you will receive zero (0) as your grade if you miss a deadline.



Plagiarism will immediately result in zero (0) as your assignment grade.



Be sure to review and read the textbook before class. Discussion grades are counted.



More details will be provided at the first class.


Textbook & Reference

to be announced in class.


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