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  • Group 1: Test OutJeff BillingsShanana StoutKacie Wilson-Pre-testEric Weber-Pre-EssayGroup 2: Complete PretestsAshley NolenWilliam DuncanJose GonzalesEugene PartingtonGroup 3: EssaysErin DensmoreKaren GodseyLatavia MarcyMegan GarciaMicheleOpdykeGroup 4: DiscussionsAdam PowellChad LewisSharod Caesar
  • Group 1: Test OutJeff BillingsShanana StoutKacie Wilson-Pre-testEric Weber-Pre-EssayGroup 2: Complete PretestsAshley NolenWilliam DuncanJose GonzalesEugene PartingtonGroup 3: EssaysErin DensmoreKaren GodseyLatavia MarcyMegan GarciaMicheleOpdykeGroup 4: DiscussionsAdam PowellChad LewisSharod Caesar
  • Week 5 lecture

    1. 1. EN0600 NAU S. Johnston Week 5 Lecture
    2. 2. EN0600 Week5 Welcome
    3. 3. 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.
    4. 4. Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 1. Textbook Mosiacs, Reading and Writing Essays with MyFoundationsLab, 5th ed. (Flachmann) 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 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 •Tests completed with at least 75% accuracy,
    5. 5. Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 3. Organization of Course 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule Week 1 LP LP1 Topic Analysis 2 LP2 Inferences 3 1. Textbook LP3 References 4 LP4 Sentences 5 LP5 Paragraphs 6 LP6 Outlines 7 LP7 Composition 8 9 10 11 LP8 LP9 L10 Editing Reflections Portfolios Final Summary In Learning Plan 1 the focus is building analytical skills by reading deeper into the relationships between ideas. 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. Learning Plan 3 teaches how to differentiate between fact and opinion and what makes writing persuasive. 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. Learning Plan 5 incorporates the skills from LPs 1-4 to create paragraphs, brainstorm ideas and write a descriptive paragraph using sensory imagery. Learning Plan 6 introduces essay format, including the thesis statement, paragraph organization, outlining and audience analysis. Learning Plan 7 covers essay composition-writing and rewriting sentences and/or paragraph reorganization to facilitate easy understanding. Learning Plan 8 introduces editing methods. Learning Plan 9 reflects upon lessons learned. Learning Plan 10 evaluates student composition submissions. Final Exam Points 100 100 80 80 85 95 95 90 100 110 65 1000
    6. 6. Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 4. Coursework 1. Textbook Requirement Discussions Brainstorms Outlines Drafts Tests Final Portfolio Final Exam 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule
    7. 7. Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 5. Grading: Policy 1. Textbook To earn a passing “S” and go on to the next course, EN1150 Composition I: 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule 1. Earn an average of 75% on ALL of the course assignments. 2. Earn a combined 75% or above on the Reading and Writing Finalcv Exam, and 3. Earn a 75% according to the Writing Process Rubric on the Final Writing Portfolio.
    8. 8. Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 5. Grading: Scale 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule Requirement Discussions Assignments Tests Final Portfolio Final Exam Total Points Worth 10-20 10-50 10-15 40 ea 25-40 Total 155 515 185 80 65 1000
    9. 9. 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 90%-A 80%-B 70%-C 60%-D 0%-59% Grade A B C D F Midterm Range 400-445 pts 356-399 pts 311-355 pts 267-310 pts 266 or less Final Range 900-1000 pts 800-899 pts 700-799 pts 600-699 pts 599 or less
    10. 10. 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 Thinkwave. Logon access will be provided as well as frequent grade reports.
    11. 11. Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 1. Textbook 5. Grading: Misc. Policies Rubrics 2. Assessment Two main grading rubrics are used in EN0600: 3. Organization • NAU Writing Process Rubric, and • General Writing Assignment Rubric 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule They can be accessed in D2L, under “Assessments” and “Rubrics”. Each week I will also provide specific rubrics with grading criteria.
    12. 12. Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 6. Online Resources 1. Textbook Course Website 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule  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.
    13. 13. Welcome to Foundations of English! A. Welcome! 6. Online Resources 1. Textbook  2. Assessment  3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule D2L  Access D2L at www.mynau.national.edu. The D2L username is typically your NAU email address WITHOUT the @national.edu, but same password. My Pathway  Access Reading Pathway: tinyurl.com/MYREADINGPATH  Access Writing Pathway: tinyurl.com/MYREADINGPATH
    14. 14. Welcome to Foundations of English! 7. Assignment Schedule A. Welcome! Week 5 Pretesting My Pathway Reading Week 6 Descriptive Essay-Brainstorm/Outline My Pathway Writing Week 7 Draft Description Essay Week 8 Comparison Essay-Brainstorm/Outline Week 9 Draft Comparison Essay Week 10 Complete Both Essays Week 11 Final Exam 1. Textbook 2. Assessment 3. Organization 4. Coursework 5. Grading 6. Online 7. Schedule
    15. 15. EN0600 Week5 This Week
    16. 16. About This Week B. Week 5  This week our priority is to plan a path of successful completion for each of you.  Three destinations on the path: 1. Summary 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework Completing Pretesting  Completing My Pathway  Completing Essays 
    17. 17. About This Week B. Week 5 1. Summary Week 5 Class Schedule 9:00A Welcome Lecture 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 9:30A Your Pathway Groups 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework 11:30A Planning Ahead
    18. 18. About This Week B. Week 5 1. Summary 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework Class Progress
    19. 19. About This Week B. Week 5 1. Summary Group 1 and Group 2 Required Coursework: During Class 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework  D2L: Quiz Pre-Test  D2L: Dropbox Pre-Essay
    20. 20. About This Week B. Week 5 1. Summary Group 3 and Group 4 Required Coursework: During Class 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework  My Pathway Reading  My Pathway Writing
    21. 21. EN0600 Week5 Homework
    22. 22. About This Week B. Week 1 1. Summary 5. Homework  My Pathway Reading: Complete with 75% accuracy  Mosaics: Chapters 6, 7, 12 & 13 2. Deadlines 3. Schedule 4. Lecture 5. Coursework 6. Homework
    23. 23. EN0600 NAU S. Johnston Week 5 Lecture

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