INSTRUCTOR:

Edmond Chang
206 Lewis Annex
(206) 685-1845
changed @ u.washington.edu http://staff.washington.edu/changed

OFFICE HOURS:

Not available.

SECTION(S):

131 (A3) CIC
Tu 8:30-10:20 AM (MGH 076 lab)
Th 8:30-10:20 AM (MGH 074 seminar)
Spring Quarter 2005-06


English 131 Fall Quarter 2005 Assignments

Listed below are the assignment sheets, worksheets, exercises, and peer review sheets that will be assigned or used during 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. Feel free to look ahead at the assignments to come, but keep in mind that sheets may be updated and are subject to change over the quarter.

Sequence One:

     Short Paper 1.1: Photo Autobiography

          Worksheet 1.1: A Villain is a Villain is a Villain

     Short Paper 1.2: Close Reading of Lippi-Green

     Short Paper 1.3: Revisioning the Photo Autobiography

     Short Paper 1.4: A Claim for Video

          Research Scavenger Hunt

          Major Paper Claim Worksheet

     Short Paper 1.5: Major Paper Conference Memo

     MAJOR PAPER 1.6: A Question of Diversity

          Sequence One: Workshopping/Peer Review Sheet

Sequence Two:

     Short Paper 2.1: Close Reading of Pratt

     Short Paper 2.2: Autoethnographica

     Short Paper 2.3: Video as Contact Zone

          Major Paper Claim Worksheet

     Short Paper 2.4: Major Paper Conference Memo

     MAJOR PAPER 2.5: Meeting, Clashing, Grappling Film

          Sequence Two: Workshopping/Peer Review Sheet

Portfolio Sequence:

     Portfolio 3.1: Best Ideas, Best Work, Best Practices

     Portfolio 3.2: Selecting Your Essays

     Portfolio 3.3: Cover Letter

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