Jackie Blain’s Profile
writing, film studies
I’ve been a writer and/or writing instructor my entire life, having done everything from technical manuals to entertainment reporting to a decade as a writer-producer in one-hour network TV drama. My two main fields are composition/writing and film/media studies, and I’ve taught everything from composition to research writing to screenwriting, from fiction to film studies to filmmaking. I also tutor in the Writing Center and work with a lot of second language learners. When I’m not doing any of that, I hang out with my family, watch a lot of movies, and read a lot of books.
This First Year Learning Community includes CST 1100 (Intro to Computer Systems), CST 1102 (Problem Solving with Computer Programming), and ENG 1101 (English Composition I), and is designed to leverage all three courses to produce an Interactive Fiction game prototype and a Game Design Document. It’s all about story-telling — characters, their world, and their interactions with that world in a non-linear narrative of our own creation.
This is Prof. Jacquelyn Blain’s ENG 1101 site, which is part of a Learning Community course that connects the science of biology with the issues, problems, and promises created by that science. We will explore, in both Bio1101 and ENG1101, the connection between the science and the real world, talking about issues like how global warming affects flooding and droughts, as well as how researchers ask effective questions
This course connects the science of Biology with the issues, problems and promises created by that science. We will explore the connection between the science of Biology and the real world issues, for example how global warming affects flooding and droughts as well as how both fields ask effective questions.
This course focuses on effective essay writing and basic research techniques, including use of the library. Demanding readings are assigned for classroom discussion and as a basis for essay writing.
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