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En0600 week 2 lecture

  1. 1. EN0600 NAU S. Johnston Week 2 Lecture
  2. 2. EN0600 WeekTwo Review
  3. 3. Overview A. Overview 1. Rubrics 2. Website 3. D2L 4. MFL 5. Summary 6. Deadlines 7. Schedule 1. Rubrics Discussion Rubric Writing Process Rubric General Writing Assignment Rubric
  4. 4. Overview A. Overview 1. Rubrics 2. Website 3. D2L 4. MFL 5. Summary 6. Deadlines 7. Schedule 6. 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.
  5. 5. Overview A. Overview 1. Rubrics 2. Website 3. D2L 4. MFL 5. Summary 6. Deadlines 7. Schedule 3. D2L Access D2L at www.mynau.national.edu. The D2L username is typically your NAU email address WITHOUT the @national.edu.
  6. 6. Overview A. Overview 1. Rubrics 2. Website 3. D2L 4. MFL 5. Summary 6. Deadlines 7. Schedule 4. 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”.
  7. 7. Overview A. Overview 1. Rubrics 2. Website 3. D2L 4. MFL 5. Summary 6. Deadlines 7. Schedule EN0600: About Week 2 This week we cover inferences in Learning Plan 2. An inference is a conclusion drawn from evidence or implied via reasoning. A greater awareness of inferences strengthens analytical skills. A total of 100 points is possible in this learning plan.
  8. 8. Overview A. Overview 1. Rubrics 2. Website 3. D2L 4. MFL 5. Summary 6. Deadlines 7. Schedule Required Coursework: Last Week  D2L: Quiz Pre-Test  D2L: Dropbox Pre-Essay  D2L: Discussions Disc. 1: Introductions  D2L: Quiz LP1.1 Assignment Scavenger Hunt  D2L: Quiz LP1.2 Assignment: Word Meanings in Context  D2L: Quiz LP1.3 Assignment: Summary
  9. 9. Overview A. Overview 1. Rubrics 2. Website 3. D2L 4. MFL 5. Summary 6. Deadlines 7. Schedule Required Coursework: Before Class  Read Chapter 3 in Mosaics
  10. 10. Overview A. Overview 1. Rubrics 2. Website 3. D2L 4. MFL 5. Summary 6. Deadlines 7. Schedule Required Coursework: During Class  9/13/2013 D2L Disc. 2: Making Inferences  9/13/2013 D2L Quizzes: LP2.2 Concept Map  9/13/2013 MFL Set Up Account, Complete Reading Path Builder and Writing Path Builder  9/13/2013 MFL R3.1: LP2.1 Post Test Active Reading  9/13/2013 MFL R3.19: LP2.2 Post Test Inference
  11. 11. EN0600 WeekTwo This Week
  12. 12. Week 2 B. Week 2 1. Summary 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework Week 2 Class Schedule 1. Review 2. Week 2 Lecture 3. Break (10 minutes) 4. D2L Disc. 2: Making Inferences 5. D2L: Quizzes LP2.2: Concept Map 6. Break (10 minutes) 7. MFL set up, Reading Path Builder, Writing Path Builder, R3.1 and R3.19
  13. 13. EN0600 WeekTwo Lecture
  14. 14. Lecture B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework 3. Homework Chapter 3: Reading Critically  Preparing to Read  Reading  Using a Reading Strategy  First Rereading  Second Rereading
  15. 15. B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework 3. Homework Reading Critically a. Preparing to Read b. Reading c. Using a Reading Strategy d. First Rereading e. Second Rereading a.Preparing to Read Prereading: • Activities activate the right side of the brain (imaginative, creative side). • Think up new ideas; see new relationships among old ideas • Helps with the following tasks:  Survey and analyze the title  Find out what you can about the author  Focus on the subject of the reading selection. Chap. 3
  16. 16. B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework 3. Homework Reading Critically a. Preparing to Read b. Reading c. Using a Reading Strategy d. First Rereading e. Second Rereading a.Preparing to Read  Prereading: Survey and analyze the title Title: “I Just Wanna Be Average” 1. At face value, what does the title mean? 2. On what assumptions is it based? 3. Why would someone want to focus on this statement in an essay? Chap. 3
  17. 17. B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework 3. Homework Reading Critically a. Preparing to Read b. Reading c. Using a Reading Strategy d. First Rereading e. Second Rereading a.Preparing to Read  Prereading: Find out what you can about the author “Mike Rose” A web search reveals the author is a non- English speaking immigrant who experienced prejudice and stereotyping. Chap. 3
  18. 18. B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework 3. Homework Reading Critically a. Preparing to Read b. Reading c. Using a Reading Strategy d. First Rereading e. Second Rereading a.Preparing to Read  Prereading: Focus on the subject of the reading selection. Initial personal reactions to the Mike Rose essay: 1. What do you think about separating students by ability level in high school? Advantages/disadvantages? How would it affect learning? Did you high school do this? 2. In the essay, the writer claims that students use sophisticated defense mechanisms to get through high school. Have you ever used any defenses in school? How did these defenses make you act? Did they help or hinder your learning? Chap. 3
  19. 19. B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework 3. Homework Reading Critically a. Preparing to Read b. Reading c. Using a Reading Strategy d. First Rereading e. Second Rereading b. Reading 1. Reread three times 2. Expand your vocabulary 1. Highlight unknown words 2. Make a list 3. Look up known vocabulary 4. Reread the passage Chap. 3
  20. 20. B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework 3. Homework Reading Critically a. Preparing to Read b. Reading c. Using a Reading Strategy d. First Rereading e. Second Rereading c. Using a Reading Strategy Use a reading strategy: Making personal associations, thinking aloud, chunking, graphing, peer teaching, summarizing, reacting critically, making connections, recognizing facts/opinions, reading with/against the author Chap. 3
  21. 21. B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework 3. Homework Reading Critically a. Preparing to Read b. Reading c. Using a Reading Strategy d. First Rereading e. Second Rereading d. Using a Reading Strategy Discovering Purpose and Audience • Read Mike Rose‟s essay (p. 24-26 in Mosaics and attached). • Determine what you believe is the purpose of the essay. • Who do you think is his audience? Chap. 3
  22. 22. B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework 3. Homework Reading Critically a. Preparing to Read b. Reading c. Using a Reading Strategy d. First Rereading e. Second Rereading d. First Rereading First Reading: Acquaintance (Who, What, Where) First Rereading: Understanding (Why, How) -On what assumptions does the writer base points? What relationships are drawn between ideas? Are these connections stated or unstated? -Which students were directed to a vocational education track? -What is Rose’s purpose in the essay? -Is the essay unified? Does each topic sentence support the purpose (thesis)? Chap. 3
  23. 23. B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework 3. Homework Reading Critically a. Preparing to Read b. Reading c. Using a Reading Strategy d. First Rereading e. Second Rereading d. Second Rereading First Reading: Acquaintance (Who, What, Where) First Rereading: Understanding (Why, How) Second Rereading: Recycling (Incorporate into opinion) -Take notes as you read for the third time. -Ask “Why” and “How” questions. -Record your feelings after reading. -Analyze your thoughts. -Share your opinions, specifically referencing relevant passages in the essay. Chap. 3
  24. 24. B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework 3. Homework Reading Critically a. Preparing to Read b. Reading c. Using a Reading Strategy d. First Rereading e. Second Rereading d. Second Rereading • A fact is information that can be proven • An “inference” is a judgment from known facts. • Inferences help you form opinions about what you read or hear. “ If you infer that something has happened, you do not see, hear, feel, smell, or taste the actual event. But from what you know, it makes sense to think that it has happened.” (cuesta.edu). Chap. 3
  25. 25. EN0600 WeekTwo Coursework: D2L Class Break: 10 minutes
  26. 26. Coursework B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework -D2L -MFL 3. Homework Disc. 2: Making Inferences Directions: -Log on to D2L. -Under “Course Materials”, select "Discussions“. -Click on “Discussion 2” under the LP2 Materials. -View Robot II. Construct Initial Post and 2 replies. DISCUSSION 2 GRADING CRITERIA 1. Requested topics addressed: -Why does the robot tell the boss that Phyllis takes 1.5 hour lunches? -Why do you think that? -What do you suppose is in the bottle of „secret fuel?‟ -Why do you think that? 2. In-depth discussion of assigned text referenced by citation/page number. 3. Outside research discussed and referenced by citation. 4. Poses additional questions that deepen the discussion. 5. Submission has been proofread. 6. Acknowledges and respects opinions and ideas of others. 7. Replies address more than one previous post of other students. 8. Replies acknowledge and respect opinions and ideas of others. 9. Replies include discussion of assigned readings by referenced page number. 10. Outside research discussed and referenced by citation.
  27. 27. Coursework B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework -D2L -MFL 3. Homework LP2.2: Concept Map: Directions: -Read “Happiness is Catching” on p. 386 of Mosaics (alternate essay attached). -Note 3 facts from the essay. Then note 2 inferences you can make from each fact, given your own background and experience? -Log on to D2L. -Under “Assessment”, select “Quizzes“. -Complete LP2.2 Assignment: Concept Map.
  28. 28. EN0600 WeekTwo Coursework: MFL Class Break: 10 minutes
  29. 29. Coursework B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework -D2L -MFL 3. Homework MFL • 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”. • To register for MFL, go to www.myfoundationslab.com, click the Register button, and follow the instructions. • In the right column on your personalized Home page, under “Announcements,” the “Take a Tour” link includes information which will familiarize you with MyFoundationsLab.
  30. 30. Coursework B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework -D2L -MFL 3. Homework MyFoundationsLab (MFL): Complete the Reading Path Builder and the Writing Path Builder. This activity is worth 15 points. LP2.1 Post Test: Active Reading: In MFL, click into the Reading Learning Path. Complete the activities for the topics “Active Reading” and “Inference.” Refer to LP2 MFL for directions. This activity is worth 20 points total. LP2.2 Post Test: Inference: In MFL, complete R3.19-Post Test for the following topics: “Active Reading” and
  31. 31. EN0600 WeekTwo Homework
  32. 32. Homework B. Week 2 1. Lecture 2. Coursework 3. Homework Required Coursework: Homework  9/20/2013, 9:00AM Mosaics, Ch.10  9/22/2013 11:59PM D2L: Dropbox, LP2.1 Pre-Essay Revised. LP2.1 ASSIGNMENT (PRE-ESSAY) GRADING CRITERIA POINTS 1. Thesis/claim made that fully responds to the assignment : “Prompt: Three innovative ideas that would improve the area where I live are: _____________, ______________, and _____________.” 3 2. Outside research referenced. 3 3. Logical connection of ideas/evidence to thesis/claim . 3 4. Introduction includes thesis statement/purpose and roadmapping. 3 5. Body format is organized using topic sentences in each paragraph and transitions. 3 6. Conclusion includes concise restatement of thesis and roadmap. 3 7. Appropriate use of vocabulary, sentence structure and length . 3 8. Appropriate use of language that shows an awareness of audience, purpose and occasion . 3 9. Submission has been proofread. 3 10. Use of 12-point font, correct margins and spacing and/or other assignment- specific directions 3 Total: 3
  33. 33. EN0600 NAU S. Johnston Week 2 Lecture

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