RE-REVISED ENG 201 2017-18 Fall Sem. Weekly Schedule

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2017-2018 ACADEMIC YEAR - FALL SEMESTER
ENG-201 RE-REVISED WEEKLY SCHEDULE
WEEK
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
OBJECTIVES
By the end of this lesson, students will have
revised:
 analyzing an expository essay
 examinining the elements of a wellstructured essay
By the end of this lesson, students will have:
 identified context and grammar clues
for correct article use
 followed and practiced the steps in the
writing process
By the end of this lesson, students will have:
 analyzed a process essay
CONTENT
CHAPTER 1:
Introduction (p1), Organization, A clear
Thesis Statement, Topic Sentences, A strong
Conclusion Analyzing the model (writing
model), Noticing Vocabulary
CHAPTER 1:
Grammar (Articles), The writing process
(Steps 1-5), Applying Vocabulary (Negative
Prefixes), Expansion
CHAPTER 3:
Introduction, Analyzing the Model (Writing
model / What scientists do), Noticing
vocabulary
Organization (Introductory, Body and
Concluding Paragraphs), Outlining
INPUT
Expository Essay
Expository Essay
Process Essay
Choose one of the topics below and write a well-organized
Process Essay of about 250-300 words.
*50 % (Outline: 10 pts., Introduction: 10 pts., First draft: 10
pts., Second draft: 20 pts.)
*how to deliver an effective presentation
*how to achieve academic success at university
*how to do academic research
*how to run your own business
Week 4
Week 5
Week 6
By the end of this lesson, students will have:
 identified, planned and organized the
steps of process analysis
By the end of this lesson, students will have:
 recognized and corrected common
sentence problems such as run-on
sentences, comma-spliced sentences,
choppy
sentences
and
stringy
sentences
By the end of this lesson, students will have:

followed and practiced the steps in the
writing process
will have revised:
 finalized analyzing a process essay
CHAPTER 3:
Sentence Structure (Run-on and Commaspliced Sentences), Choppy and Stringy
Sentences
CHAPTER 3:
Preparation for writing, Making Transitions
between steps in a process
Process Essay
*Submission of the Outline: 10 pts. & Introduction: 10 pts.
Process Essay
*Submission of the First Draft: 10 pts.
CHAPTER 3:
Writing a summary and abstract, Procedure
for summarizing an article
Process Essay
*Submission of the Final/Second Draft: 20 pts.
Week 7
By the end of this lesson, students will have
revised:
 analyzing a problem-solution essay
 examinining the elements of a wellstructured problem-solution essay
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CHAPTER 6:
Introduction, Analyzing the model (Writing
Model),
*Giving feedback to students’ Process Essays before the
Midterm Exam
Week 8
Week 9
MIDTERM
By the end of this lesson, students will have:
 used active and passive voice in
appropriate context
 written, editted and revised an essay
Problem-Solution Essay
CHAPTER 6:
Noticing Vocabulary, Organization
MIDTERM EXAM (20%): Students will write a Process
Essay (20 pts.)
Problem-Solution Essay
Choose one of the topics below and write a well-organized
Problem Solution Essay of about 250-300 words. (Then,
students will make a presentation about the Problem
Solution Essay they have written in weeks: 12., 13., 14.)
*Submission of the Written Version: 15 pts.
* How can we solve the problem of homelessness in our
country?
* How can the problem of illiteracy be solved in rural areas?
* What can be done to cope with stress at university?
*What can be done to deal with the disciplinary problems of
teenagers at school?
Submission of the Outline: 5 pts.
Week 10
By the end of this lesson, students will have:
 analyzed a problem/solution essay
CHAPTER 6:
Grammar, Preparation for Writing, Applying
Vocabulary
Week 11
By the end of this lesson, students will have:
 analyzed a problem/solution essay
CHAPTER 6:
Writing Assignment, Writing the summary,
The Problem Solution Essay
Students will have delivered a presentation
about the Problem-solution essay they have
written.
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Students will have delivered a presentation
about the Problem-solution essay they have
written.
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Problem-Solution Essay
*Submission of the Final draft: 10 pts.
Week 12
Week 13
Problem-Solution Essay
*Giving feedback to the students’ Problem Solution Essays
before the Oral Presentations
*Presentations (individually) will be delivered by the
students.
*Each presentation will take 5-7 minutes.
* Oral Presentation: 15 points
*Presentations (individually) will be delivered by the
students.
*Each presentation will take 5-7 minutes.
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Week 14
Students will have delivered a presentation
about the Problem-solution essay they have
written.
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*Presentations (individually) will be delivered by the
students.
*Each presentation will take 5-7 minutes.
---END OF FALL SEMESTER--Useful Links:http://www.essay-writing-tips.com/
Check the following websites for expository essays
https://letterpile.com/writing/100-Expository-Essay-Topic-Ideas-Writing-Tips-and-Sample-Essays
https://www.kibin.com/essay-writing-blog/17-expository-essay-topics/
http://writewellapp.com/expository-paper-example-and-outline
Check the following websites for process essays
https://www.kibin.com/essay-writing-blog/15-process-essay-topics-that-make-sense/
https://letterpile.com/writing/Sample-Explain-Essay-Topics
https://bestessayhelp.com/essay-topics/process-essay-topics
https://www.iwriteessays.com/samples/process-essay-examples
https://academichelp.net/samples/academics/process-papers
Check the following websites for problem-solution essays
http://www.ieltsbuddy.com/problem-solution-essays.html
https://letterpile.com/writing/100-Problem-Solution-Essay-Topics-with-Sample-Essays
https://letterpile.com/writing/How-to-Write-a-Propose-a-Solution-Essay
http://www.admc.hct.ac.ae/hd1/english/probsoln/tj_run_dict.pdf
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