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English 111 M Winter Quarter 2006-07 Readings
The following are handouts, informational sheets, and readings that will be assigned or used over the course of the quarter. Each student will recieve a copy of each as a handout in class during the appropriate week. If you miss a sheet, feel free to print out a new copy.
ENGL111 Student Info Sheet & Release Form
ENGL111 Computer Integrated Classroom LAN Primer
Peer Review & Commenting in the LAN
Ed's Top Ten Ways to Survive University
Toulmin's Ideas About Argument
MLA Parenthetical Documentation & Bibliography
Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing
The readings for class are available via the course website, through the university’s online course reserves (http://eres.lib.washington.edu), or directly from the web. Refer to the class calendar for when specific readings are due. The following is a full bibliographical list of the class readings:
Anatol, Giselle Liza. “Introduction.” Reading Harry Potter: Critical Essays. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2003: ix-xxv. (Available via e-reserve.)
Gallardo-C., Ximena and C. Jason Smith. “Cinderfella: J.K. Rowlings Wily Web of Gender.” Reading Harry Potter:
Lister, Martin and Liz Wells. “Seeing Beyond Belief: Cultural Studies as an Approach to Analysing the Visual.”
Orwell, George. “Such, Such Were the Joys.” A Collection of Essays. New York: Harvest Book, Harcourt, Inc., 1946: 1-47. (Available via e-reserve.)
Ostry, Elaine. “Accepting Mudbloods: The Ambivalent Social Vision of J.K. Rowling’s Fairy Tales.”
Smith, Karen Manners. “Harry Potter’s Schooldays: J.K. Rowling and the British Boarding School Novel.”
Stygall, Gail. “Argument in College Writing.” Reading Contexts. New York: Thomson Wadsworth, 2005: 67-102. (Available via e-reserve.)
Stygall, Gail. “Rhetorical Reading: Reading for Writing.” Reading Contexts. New York: Thomson Wadsworth, 2005: 21-31.