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    • EN0600 NAU S. Johnston Week 1 Lecture
    • EN0600 WeekOne Course Introduction
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Organization 3. Coursework 4. Grading 5. Online 6. Schedule Welcome to Foundations of English! This course is designed to help students improve their reading, writing, and reasoning skills to be academically successful. The course focus is on basic writing, revision, and reading comprehension skills. Using a combination of instructor-facilitated activities and integrated technologies, students will work to improve their ability to generate and focus ideas for essays, compose, revise and edit drafts in addition to enhancing critical reading skills.
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 1. Textbook Mosiacs, Reading and Writing Essays with MyFoundationsLab, 5th ed. (Flachmann) 2. System Assessment • Pre-tests administered during the first week of class scored with the university rubric. • Course work completed with an average score of 75% or higher • Post-tests administered with a rubric score of 3 or higher [on a 4 scale rubric] and with an average score of 75% or higher.
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 3. Organization of Course Week LP Topic Summary Points 1 LP1 Analysis In Learning Plan 1 the focus is building analytical skills by reading deeper into the relationships between ideas. 100 2 LP2 Inferences Learning Plan 2 introduces inferences. An inference is a conclusion drawn from evidence or implied via reasoning. A greater awareness of inferences strengthens analytical skills. 100 3 LP3 References Learning Plan 3 teaches how to differentiate between fact and opinion and what makes writing persuasive. 80 4 LP4 Sentences The ability to clearly describe people, projects, places, and events is essential to writing effective sentences. Learning Plan 4 introduces descriptive expository writing, which uses sensory imagery to appeal to as many of the five senses as possible. 80 5 LP5 Paragraphs Learning Plan 5 incorporates the skills from LPs 1-4 to create paragraphs, brainstorm ideas and write a descriptive paragraph using sensory imagery. 85 6 LP6 Essays: Intro Learning Plan 6 introduces essay format, including the thesis statement, paragraph organization and audience analysis. 95 7 LP7 Essays: Outline Learning Plan 7 elevates essay writing skills with the outline. The essay planning process is thoroughly described: from brainstorming to outline, coherent paragraphs and finally a complete essay rough draft. 95 8 LP8 Essays: Composition Learning Plan 8 covers essay composition-writing and rewriting sentences and/or paragraph reorganization to facilitate easy understanding. 90 9 LP9 Essays: Editing Learning Plan 9 introduces editing methods. 100 10 L10 Portfolios Learning Plan 10 evaluates student composition submissions. 110 11 Final Final Exam 65 1000
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 4. Coursework: Discussions Discussions (DS) Value 10-20 points each Location D2L “Course Materials”: “Discussions” Deadline Weekly. Original posts are due during the first half of class. Replies are due by the end of classtime. Description Students post an original response to the discussion question presented. Each Discussion has a published grading rubric. An original response must be posted before a student can read and respond to other students’ posts. At least one reply to another student must also be posted, and must contain only positive, constructive analysis. Students must earn an average of 75% on all D2L course assignments to pass the course. Format Directly post into each Discussion. Do not attach a document.
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 4. Coursework: Tests Tests (T) Value 10-15 points each Location D2L “Assessments”: “Quizzes” and MFL (MyFoundationsLab) Deadline Weekly by the end of classtime. Each quiz is permitted 120 minutes for completion. Description Students complete quizzes as described in the Course Schedule. Students are allowed 3 attempts for each quiz, and will not be permitted to progress until each test is completed with at least 75% accuracy. The tests are closed book. Format Online, timed tests administered on D2L.
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 4. Coursework: Dropbox Assignments Dropbox Assignments (DA) Value 10-50 points each Location D2L “Assessments” Deadline Varies. See course syllabus for more detail. Description Students upload a written composition in compliance with the assignment description and published rubric. Students must earn an average of 75% on all D2L course assignments to pass the course. Format Attach either Word or PDF files (.doc, .docx or .pdf) to each Dropbox Assignment. Wordperfect documents (.odt file names) cannot be opened. Download a free Wordperfect converter at http://www.primopdf.com/. If you use Chrome, you can convert any file to pdf by printing the document and selecting “Save as PDF” as the printer.
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 4. Coursework: Final Portfolio Final Portfolio (FP) Value 80 points (40 points for each essay) Location D2L “Assessments”, under “Dropbox”. Select “Final Portfolio”. Deadline Nov. 10, 2013 by 11:59PM. Description Students submit two revised and edited essays. The Final Portfolio will be graded using the Writing Process Rubric, which is located under "Course Resources" in the Content Map. A score of 75% or above on this assignment is required to successfully pass this course. Format Attach either Word or PDF files (.doc, .docx or .pdf) to each Dropbox Assignment. Wordperfect documents (.odt file names) cannot be opened. Download a free Wordperfect converter at http://www.primopdf.com/. If you use Chrome, you can convert any file to pdf by printing the document and selecting “Save as PDF” as the printer.
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 4. Coursework: Final Portfolio Final Exam Value 65 points (Reading Final=25 points; Writing Final=40 points) Location MFL (MyFoundationsLab) Deadline Nov. 18, 2013 by 11:59PM Description Students log onto MyFoundationsLab.com and complete the two online, proctored final Post Tests. The final Post Tests will include 1) a Reading Final worth 25 points and 2) a Writing Final worth 40 points. A score of 75% or above on this assessment is required to successfully pass this course. Format Online, proctored tests administered on MFL.
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 5. Grading: Policy To earn a passing “S” and go on to the next course, EN1150 Composition I: 1. Earn an average of 75% on ALL of the D2L course assignments. 2. Earn a combined 75% or above on the Proctored MyFoundationsLab Reading Writing Final Exam, and 3. Earn a 75% according to the Writing Process Rubric on the Final Writing Portfolio.
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 5. Grading: Scale Requirement Worth Total Discussions 10-20 155 Assignments 10-50 515 Tests 10-15 185 Final Portfolio 40 ea 80 Final Exam 25-40 65 Total Points 1000
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 5. Grading: Scale Scale Grade Midterm Range Final Range 90%-A A 400-445 pts 900-1000 pts 80%-B B 356-399 pts 800-899 pts 70%-C C 311-355 pts 700-799 pts 60%-D D 267-310 pts 600-699 pts 0%-59% F 266 or less 599 or less
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 5. Grading: Misc. Policies Late Policy Late assignments are subject to a 50% tardy penalty. Of course, extenuating circumstances do occur, and notifying the instructor of your excused absence prior to the start of class will allow for more convenient rescheduling. To encourage attendance, many required assignments are scheduled to be completed during regular class time. Checking Grades The course gradebook is maintained in D2L, which you can access by logging onto D2L, clicking on “Assessments” and then selecting the option “Grades”.
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 5. Grading: Misc. Policies Rubrics Two main grading rubrics are used in EN0600: • NAU Writing Process Rubric, and • General Writing Assignment Rubric They can be accessed in D2L, under “Assessments” and “Rubrics”.
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 6. Online Resources  D2L Access D2L at www.mynau.national.edu. The D2L username is typically your NAU email address WITHOUT the @national.edu.  MyFoundationsLab You can also access MFL from your D2L classroom, under “Course Materials” and “Content”. Look for the link on the left-side menu “Course Resources” and click on “Go to MyFoundationsLab”.
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 6. Online Resources Course Website  Our course content is accessible online, at http://www.nauen0600.wordpress.com. You are urged to access our course on the web during classtime as well as from home to familiarize yourself with the material and prepare for coursework. Use of the course website is for your convenience only; participation is voluntary.
    • Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 7. Schedule  D2L Access: “Course Materials” and “Content”  Course Website
    • EN0600 WeekOne This Week Break 1: 10 Minutes
    • About Week 1 B. Week 1 1. Summary 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework EN0600: About Week 1 This week we cover Learning Plan 1. The focus in LP1 is on building analytical skills by reading deeper into the relationships between ideas. We will become acquainted with each other, the course and D2L, our online classroom. There is a total of 100 points available in LP1, all of which we will complete during classtime.
    • About Week 1 B. Week 1 1. Summary 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework Required Coursework: Before Class  Read Chapters 1 and 2 in Mosaics  Read Page 115 in Mosaics, the essay "The Family Farm as a Learning Organization”. Required Coursework: During Class  D2L: Quiz Pre-Test (not counted in final grade)  D2L: Dropbox Pre-Essay (not counted in final grade)  D2L: Discussions Discussion 1: Introductions  D2L: Quiz LP1.1 Assignment: Scavenger Hunt  D2L: Quiz LP1.2 Assignment: Word Meanings in Context  D2L: Quiz LP1.3 Assignment: Summary
    • About Week 1 B. Week 1 1. Summary 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework Week 1 Class Schedule 1. Welcome Lecture  D2L Login  Discussion 1: Introductions 2. Break (10 minutes) 3. LP1 Lecture 4. Break (10 minutes) 5. Coursework
    • About Week 1 B. Week 1 1. Summary 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework 4. Welcome Lecture  D2L Login  Discussion 1: Introductions. Go to the "Discussions" link on the Navigation Bar to POST to this discussion. Connecting with one or two other students in this class will increase your chances of successfully completing the course. So reach out and connect with someone!
    • About Week 1 B. Week 1 1. Summary 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework 4. Course Lecture  Chapters 1 and 2 in Mosaics
    • About Week 1 B. Week 1 1. Summary 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework 4. Course Lecture  The essay "The Family Farm as a Learning Organization”
    • About Week 1 B. Week 1 1. Summary 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework 4. Course Lecture  Analyzing Arguments  Careful reading supports the ability to think critically.
    • Analyzing Arguments About Week 1
    • EN0600 WeekOne This Week Break 2: 10 Minutes
    • About Week 1 B. Week 1 1. Summary 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework 5. Coursework  D2L: Quiz Pre-Test (not counted in final grade)  D2L: Discussions Discussion 1: Introductions  D2L: Quiz LP1.1 Assignment: Scavenger Hunt  D2L: Quiz LP1.2 Assignment: Word Meanings in Context  D2L: Quiz LP1.3 Assignment: Summary  D2L: Dropbox Pre-Essay (not counted in final grade)
    • About Week 1 B. Week 1 1. Summary 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework 6. Homework  Any Coursework Not Completed in Class  Read Chapter 3 in Mosaics
    • EN0600 NAU S. Johnston Week 1 Lecture