Work Plan Day

WELCOME to the Fall 16, Daytime ESL 400/LIBR 100 Academic Scholarship and Success Learning Community. Your Librarian instructor and I are 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, M/W 6-6:30 at Hoover, or by appointment. Contact Valeria Estrada: estradav@smccd.edu or 650-306-3483, Office Hours: Mondays, 11am-12pm in 9-309.

Open KEY PAGES: 1) Key Assignments and Resources 2) Student Portfolios 3) Vocabulary Building  4)  Research Facilitation Presentations Folder. and 5) turnitin.com and turnitin.com registration information
Work Plan DAY
Notes: Plan is updated regularly; please check daily. 2) Homework is due the class following the date it was assigned. 3) Bring Hacker, course reader and electronic copies of your work EVERY DAY! 

Week

Date

ESL 400 Monday

ESL 400 Wednesday

LIBR 100 Wednesday

18/15-8/17Flex Day










 INTRODUCTIONS & COURSE INFO

HW: 1) Obtain/order textbooks; 2) read  Superman and identify three-five vocabulary words you would like to discuss. Q: Why did the author chose this particular word? 3)Write your "Name paragraph" at home to turn in at next class. 

8/17: INTRODUCTION

Classwork:

Homework: Due 8/24 by 11:10 am (no late homework accepted)

Watch:

Do:

28/22-8/24

ESSAY STRUCTURE

HW:  1) Write a double-spaced paragraph or more about your connection to a golden line in Superman. See Sample. Bring electronic version to class. 2) Read Always Living in Spanish by Agosin; identify golden lines to share. 3) Review ThS and TS docs and Hacker.

ESSAY STRUCTURE AND PREPARING FOR ESSAY
HW: Read The Fourth of July by Lourde; annotate and identify golden lines and questions about the text to share.

8/24: PLAGIARISM

Classwork:
Homework:

Due 8/31 by 11:10 am (no late homework accepted)

Watch:

Do:
38/29-8/31ESSAY STRUCTURE & PREPARING FOR ESSAY 1
  • Learning Center tour and upload Superman paragraph 
HW: Read Fish Cheeks and identify golden lines and questions, BRING HACKER! 

PREPARING FOR ESSAY 1HW: 1) Review brainstorming and all Essay 1 Values readings. 2) Choose a quote from Always Living in SpanishThe Fourth of July OR Fish Cheeks and write about your connection to it.(We will upload in next class.)


8/31: FINDING BOOKS

Classwork:

Homework: Due 9/6 by 12 am by email: send to: valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com

(no late homework accepted)

Watch: 

EBSCO eBooks Video

Do: 

Finding and citing eBooks Worksheet

49/5--9/7HOLIDAY






HW: 1) Review brainstorming and all Essay 1 Values readings.
2) Choose a quote from 
Always Living in SpanishThe Fourth of July OR Fish Cheeks and write about your connection to it.(We will upload in next class.)

PREPARING FOR ESSAY 1

HW: Review the assignment, the readings and your notes to develop your your thesis statement for E 1 to share.
9/7: FINDING eBOOKS

Classwork:

EBSCO eBooks

Homework:
Due 9/13 by 12 am by email: send to: valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com

(no late homework accepted)

Watch: 

Gale Virtual Reference Library Video

Do: 

Gale Virtual Reference Library Worksheet

59/12-9/14ESSAY 1
HW: Review your ThS, develop an outline to upload. Consider copying/pasting a quote you plan to integrate in your essay. 

INDIVIDUALIZED GRAMMAR
HW: Finish Essay 1, D1. Bring electronic version to class for self/peer review, followed by upload in class!  
9/14: DATABASE - GALE VIRTUAL REFERENCE LIBRARY

Classwork:
Annotated Bibliography #1 - Values

Homework: Due 9/20 by 12 am by email: send to: valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com

Watch:

Searching Google Part 1

Searching Google Part 2

Using Wikipedia

Do:Google and Wikipedia worksheet

Review:

Watch: What is an Annotated Bibliography?

Watch: How do you format your essay #1 according to MLA style standards?

Read: MLA Review PowerPoint

6 9/19-9/21
ESSAY 1, D1 DUE-- & SEMINAR PREP
HW: If you did not have time to make changes you learned you wanted to make and then upload your Essay 1, D1 to turnitin.com in class, do so for homework. Read and annotate your research article.

SEMINAR PREP 

HW: Finish reading Learning to Read and Write by Frederick Douglass and identify golden lines and questions; re-read and annotate research article.
9/21: GOOGLE AND EVALUATING INFORMATION ONLINE

Classwork:
Evaluating Information
CRAAP Test
Evaluating Information Activity

Homework:

Due 9/27 by 12 am by email: send to: valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com

(no late homework accepted)

Create an Easybib account!

7 9/26-9/28SEMINAR PREP

HW:  Review Essay feedback and make revisions to E1 D1 to turn in Essay 1, D2  at next class. 

ESSAY 1, D2 DUE &SEMINAR 
HW: 1) Finish your Welcome page. 2) KWL+ for Prologue to I am Malala by Malala Yousafzai (check audio file to listen!)
9/28: CITING WEBSITES & USING EASYBIB

Classwork:

Review: evaluating information and CRAAP test
Citing Websites using EasyBib

Homework:

Due 10/4 by 12 am by email: send to: valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com

Watch: Citing Sources in MLA Style: A Basic Introduction

Watch: How to Cite Multiple Authors in MLA Style

Do: In-Text Citation and Multiple Authors Worksheet

Extra Credit (20 points):

Watch: TED Talk: The Filter Bubble
Read: "Bubble Trouble"
Do: Filter Bubble Extra Credit Worksheet

*extra credit should be titled:

"Filter Bubble Extra Credit Worksheet" and emailed to valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com
810/3-10/5SEMINAR RESEARCH PRESENTATION FINAL PREPARATION
HW:1) Finalize your Seminar Presentation 2) Select potential research topic for E2
SEMINAR RESEARCH PRESENTATION DUE

HW:  Read 
Hidden Intellectualism by Gerald Graff; identify golden lines and formulate discussion questions.

10/5: IN-TEXT CITATIONS

Classwork:

In-text Citations activity

Homework:

Due 10/11 by 12am by email: send to:
valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com

Watch: Using the database: Opposing Viewpoints

Watch: Using the database: ERIC

Do: Opposing Viewpoints and ERIC Worksheet

Start: Annotated Bibliography 2: Education Essay (due 10/18 by 12am by email): send to: valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com
910/10-10/12SEMINAR RESEARCH PRESENTATION DUE
ESSAY 2 PREP

HW: Write your Essay 1 Reflections and upload to turnitin.com.
FLEX DAY -- No Class
Review your readings, brainstorming and research to develop a thesis statement for Essay 2 to share. 

HW: 1) Be sure to do your Library homework to prepare for your Education Essay. 2) 
Review readings, notes to develop your one sentence thesis statement to share in class. 
Wednesday, 10/12: FLEX DAY - NO CLASS

Homework:

Due 10/4 by 12 am by email: send to: valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com

Find at least two sources using Opposing Viewpoints and ERIC for your Education essay. E-mail them to yourself and to me: valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com.

Don't forget to include your name in the subject line so I know that the email is from you!

Continue: Annotated Bibliography 2: Education Essay

(due 10/18 by 12am by email): send to: valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com
1010/17-10/19ESSAY 2 FINAL PLANNING
HW: Develop your outline using Outline Elements or Essay Outline for E2 and submit it to turnitin.com 

GRAMMAR HANDOUT HW: Finish Essay 2, D1 to turn in at next class. Bring electronic version. 10/19: ADVANCED SEARCHING & PICKING AND REFINING YOUR TOPIC

Classwork:
Homework

Watch: What is a Database?

Do: What is a Database? Worksheet

Due 10/25 by 12 am by email: send to: valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com
1110/24-10/26 ESSAY 2, D1 DUEHW: FINISH your Essay 2, Draft 1! Bring hard and soft copy. Reread and review Brainology. Identify golden lines to share. ESSAY 2, D2  & MIDTERM ESSAY PLANNING
HW: 1) Catch up with assignments, build your ePortfolio


10/26: NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, AND ACADEMIC JOURNALS

Classwork:

Homework:

Due 11/1 by 12 am by email: send to: valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com

Watch: Peer Review in 3 minutes

Do:
Peer Review Process Worksheet
12 10/31-11/1ESSAY 2, D2 PREP/ESSAY 3
HW: Read 
Shooting an Elephant  by Orwell
ESSAY 2, D2 PREP/ESSAY 3
HW: Finish your Essay 2, Draft 2. Bring hard and soft copy to class. 
11/2: PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

Classwork:

Anatomy of a Peer-Reviewed Article and More

Peer-reviewed article activity

Database: Explore JSTOR

Homework: 

Due 11/8 by 12 am by email: send to: valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com

Watch: Academic Search Premier

Do: Academic Search Premier worksheet
1311/7--11/9ESSAY 2, D2 DUE
HW: Read and annotate Letter from a Birmingham Jail
ESSAY 3 PREP

HW:  Continue to Prepare for E3 Share your research day! Do Essay 2 Reflections

11/9: ACADEMIC SEARCH PREMIER

Classwork:
Finish Week 12 In-Class Activity
Academic Search Premier: Essay 3 Hands-on Research

Homework: 

Final Annotated Bibliography for Essay #3 Due 11/15 by 12 am by email: send to: valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com

Watch: Super Search

Do: Final Annotated Bibliography - Essay 3
14 11/14-11/16ESSAY 3 PREPHW: Brainstorm or first, first draft for Essay 3; use to draft a ThS. See Thesis Statement GeneratorESSAY 3 PREP
HW: Complete Essay 3 (one draft only) and bring electronic version to class. 
11/16: SUPER SEARCH

Classwork: More Databases 
  • Super Search
Homework: 
Extra Credit due 11/22 by 11:59 pm by email: send to: valeriathelibrarian@gmail.com

Study for MLA Test! 

Extra Credit: MLA Review Practice (You can use this during your test!)
Bonus databases to explore:
15 11/21-11/23ESSAY 3 DUE

HW: Read My Life’s Sentences by Jhumpa Lahiri and identify golden lines to share

ESSAY 4 PREPHW: Be sure you are satisfied with your Essay 2 and Essay 3  Reflections Wednesday, 11/23:
MLA Test (in library classroom)

Dean Anniqua Rana will substitute. 
Role will be taken. 


In Class: 
-MLA Test

Homework:
No homework - Have a wonderful break!

*The library will closed at 12:00 pm on 11/23 and will reopen on Monday, 11/28 at 8:00 am.
1611/28-11/30ESSAY 4 PREP

HW: Complete Essay 4 Readings; identify potential quotes; update your ePortfolio.

ESSAY 4 PREP

HW: Prepare your ThS for E 4 to share

Wednesday, 11/30: Preparation of ePortfolio

(Professor Gross convenes - stay in 13-11)

Classwork: Preparation of ePortfolio

Homework: Continue working on ePortfolio

Prepare and Practice for Final ePortfolio Presentations. Make sure you have a folder for your LIBR 100 work:
  • Annotated Bibliographies
  • Reflection
Make sure any images are cited in your portfolio when you submit your portfolio in ESL 400! 

Need citation or research help? Ask a librarian at the reference desk!
1712/5-12/7PREPARE FOR FINAL ESSAY IN CLASS

HW: Prepare your one page 
thesis outline. Update your portfolio. ( Prepare for your Portfolio Presentation


FINAL EXAM: IN-CLASS ESSAY 4 


HW:1) Be sure to upload your Essay 4 to your Portfolio and that all your other work is uploaded and that you are really proud of your ePortfolio!

2)Prepare for Portfolio Presentation 
3) Please fill out: Permission to use your work
Wednesday, 12/7: ePortfolio Preparation

(Professor Gross convenes - stay in 13-11)

Classwork: 
  •  Work on ePortfolio 
Homework: Prepare and Practice for Final ePortfolio Presentations. Make sure you have a folder for your LIBR 100 work:
  • Annotated Bibliographies
  • Reflection
Make sure any images are cited in your portfolio when you submit your portfolio in ESL 400! 

Need citation or research help? Ask a librarian at the reference desk!
18 12/12--12/14FINAL EXAM: PRESENTATION--ePortfolio Presentation on 12/12 from 8:10-10:40 a.m. list of ePortfolios (Only I can see this closed portfolio list.

Please fill out: Permission to use your work
Have a wonderful Winter Break! Monday, 12/12: FINAL EXAM: PRESENTATIONS!

Student Presentations of Final ePortfolios (Final Meeting).

This will take place on the same day and time as ESL 400 final exam presentations.