Work Plan Day

WELCOME to the Fall 15, Daytime ESL 400/LIB 100 Academic Scholarship and Success Learning Community. Your Librarian instructor and I am excited to work with you this semester. Let's all work closely together so that we can accomplish our goals in high spirits.  
Contact me: gross@smccd.edu or 650-306-3416, Office Hours: M/W, 11-12 in 3-235, TH 6-7 or by appointment. S15
Contact Prof. Heather Ott: heatherlovesresearch@gmail.com, Office Hours: By appointment


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ESL 400/LIBR 100 Fall 15 Work Plan DAY  Group Work Assignments 

Check daily for current info. Bring essay packet, Hacker text and electronic copies of your work to each class. 

Week

(LIBR 100)

Monday   (ESL 400)

Wednesday   (ESL 400)

1

8/17-8/19

Intro

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE


 

HW: 1) Obtain/order textbooks; 2) read Joy and identify three-five vocabulary words you would like to discuss. Know the word’s meaning & part of speech. Why did the author chose this particular word? 3) Do the Writing Sample about Your Name! to turn in on Wednesday. You can type/print or write by hand for this assignment. 

MEET IN THE LIBRARY CLASSROOM

HW: 1) Brainstorm a significant learning experience electronically to upload (errors and all!);  I will ask you to sign up to do a Reading Facilitation of the readings for our essays for the class. Therefore, review the assigned essays that we'll read throughout the semester to see which one you'd like to lead. Possibilities: View here: 

2

8/24-8/26

Topic: Plagiarism and Citation

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE

BTO 
Taimoor and Joanna  8:40 am
STOP: What does a paragraph and/or an essay look like?? Visual Dog Paragraph to Essay hamburger paragraph and keyhole What do observe about these? Color Code
USING YOUR GOLDEN LINES! 

HW: 1) Review the ThS you crafted for possible revision. 2) Make a quote sandwich: select and type the quote you will use from Alexie; write a sentence to place the quote in context, paste the quote and then write a sentence commenting on the quote

MEET IN THE LIBRARY CLASSROOM

 

HW: 1) Utilize KWL+ to read Douglass' Learning to Read and Write; 2) identify meaningful quotes/themes and 3) consider connections between your reading history and his experiences.4) Remember to meet in the Learning Center on Monday and to bring your Hacker book!  

3

8/31-9/2

Topic:  Ebooks: GVRL and EBSCO ebooks

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE

Meet in the Learning Center from 8:30-9:30
Bring Hacker text
 

 

HW: 1) Re-read the Douglass essay; 2) then make a Connection: Select a golden line from Alexie or Douglass, write a paragraph or more about your connection to the line and upload to turnitin.com. 3) Look over your assigned essays and choose an essay to do a reading facilitation! Choose one of these Possibilities

MEET IN THE LIBRARY CLASSROOM
  HW: For the long homework, 1) Read Always Living in Spanish   View Download; identify quotes/themes 2) Also read Selection from I am Malala: Identify quotes/themes. (Note: Recording of I am Malala). What do these readings have in common? How do you connect with them? 3) What important border have you crossed and how did it impact you?


4

9/7-9/9

Topic:  MLA and Annotated Bibliography

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE


HOLIDAY

MEET IN THE LIBRARY CLASSROOM

HW: Identify a golden line from Living in Spanish or  I am Malala and write a paragraph+ about your connection to it, upload to turnitin.com  (Commit to your topic. Note: If you are struggling with your topic/message, try one of these Brainstorming techniques) Before class next Wednesday complete this topic proposal form--Daytime

5

9/14-9/16

Topic:  More MLA

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE

Thesis Statement review text 27-31; do ex 2-1
Writing Process: 
Grammar Issues: Creating a grammar handout for the class
 

HW: Do more brainstorming and develop/polish your ThS to bring to class. Review I am Malala


 

HW Prepare Essay 1, Draft 1, re-read it; bring to class in electronic format (google drive, flash drive or emailed to yourself).

6

9/21-9/23

Topic:  Searching for books in print using the library’s catalog  

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE


Essay Review and Uploading
Grammar Work: 

HW: Complete this sentence structure practice  Download Do Exercise Central exercise 420(Go to Sentence Grammar/Run ons/Identifying run ons 420) email to me.  (A Great Divide Group, get ready for next week!) 


Grammar Intensive: 


HW: Study for your sentence structure quiz. Review the Hacker pages given in Grammar Handout Work.  Do/review the sentence types/run ons and fragments worksheets and use your choice of Exercise Central Sentence Grammar exercises for additional practice. 

7

9/28-9/30

Topic:  Finding books in print in the library  (Annotated Bib due Wed.)   

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE

Sentence Structure Review: 
Sentence Structure Quiz

Improving your Essay 1
HW: Polish your Essay 1 draft and bring electronic copy to class on Wednesday. Also Between the Sexes, A Great Divideidentify key words, quotes and themes (quiz?) 

 

HWComplete The Men We Carry in Our Minds and identify quotes/themes. 

8

10/5-10/7

Topic:  Periodicals/ Scholarly vs. Popular 

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE

HW:  Make up quiz: Do fragment exercise 298 in Exercise Central  and submit to meRead either   A Clack of Tiny Sparks: Remembrances of a Gay Boyhoodby Bernard Cooper or No Name Woman by Maxine Hong Kingston; identify quotes and themes 


 

HW. Identify and print an article you will share for Share Your Research

9

10/12-10/14

Topic: Citing Periodicals


For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE


HW: Thesis statement for Essay 2, D1 for sharing; BRING 5 MINDS TEXT! 


 HW: , Finalize your Essay 2 for electronic upload in class. Start to skim/READ your assigned chapter


10

10/19-10/21


Topic: 
Article Databases: Opposing Viewpoints 

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE


HW: Reread Brainology, identify one or more golden lines to share and in preparation during the next class for the in-class Midterm Reflective Essay. 



HW: Polish and type your ThS, one or more quotes from Brainology. You may also type your Work Cited list, and prepare a rough outline for your in-class Midterm Reflective Essay. 

11

10/26-10/28

Topic:  Article Databases: Academic Search Premiere and advanced searching 

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE


HW: Intensively read and annotate your assigned chapter of 5 Minds. 

HW: Continue your 5 Minds Prep. Be sure you are developing your working ThS to share on Monday. When you begin your google slide presentation, share it with me. 

12

11/2-11/4

Topic:  Article Databases: Primary Sources 

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE

HW: Finalize your presentation, be sure to bring your reader to class. 



HW:1)  Finalize your Essay 2, Draft 2. Remember to bring a paper copy of your original draft 1. 2) Read Letter from a Birmingham Jail

13

11/9-11/11

Topic:  Internet and Wikipedia

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE

HOLIDAY


 

 



HW:  Reread Letter and begin preparing for Letter seminar; 

14

11/16-11/18

Topic:  Evaluating Sources

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE
  

HW:: Read Shooting an Elephant; identify two quotes to share with the class



HW: Prepare for Share your research day
. Develop a working ThS for posting on Monday. 

15

11/23-11/25

Topic:   Advanced Google Search and Citing Websites

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE

HW: Review your informal outline, then Brainstorm or first, first draft for Essay 3, then review and draft Essay 3, due on Monday in electronic form. 


NO CLASS-FLEX DAY

16

11/30-12/2

Topic:  Supersearch 

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE

Essay 3 and Editing Strategies
Essay 4 and Final Stretch

HW: Read My Life’s Sentences by Lahiri and For Authors, Fragile Ideas Need Loving Everyday by Mosley; consider what you will write for your Essay 3 Reflections




HW: Identify inspiring quotes to use from Lahiri, Mosley and Sontag/ Work on your brainstorming; develop your thesis statement and outline to turn in

17

12/7-12/9

Topic:  MLA review

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE

Portfolio Updating and Essay 4 Prep 

HW: Prepare for the in-class final; you can bring: 

 

In-Class Essay 4 writing


HW
Open for Prepare for your Portfolio Presentation:

Upload E4 to ePortfolio for portfolio presentations on final at 8:10-10:40 am Wednesday December 16

If you have time to fill out: 
Permission to use your work! 

18

12/14-


Finals

For this week's Readings and Assignments CLICK HERE

THERE WILL NOT BE CLASS! 

I will be in my office, 3-235, from 10-1 to help you with your ePortoflio! Or in Library on T from 6-9:30.  

Get a head start on ENG 100--Check the bookstore for text