ENG1121E106Spring2019

In-Formation

Category: Announcements (page 2 of 4)

ticket genre

Ticket for Vandalization:

Date: July 20, 2018

Time: 12:49 p.m.

Officer: Richard Sherman

Offender: Wilfny Pelissier

Location: Prospect Park

Offense: Vandalizing handball court wall. Spray printing graffiti

Fine: $100

 

What people thing about what your good at

-Generally when people see drawing they are fascinated by the work that is done and say the where never good at drawing

-The things that people say if they don’t agree with drawing would say is that you wont be able to make a lot of money in art industry

-I love to draw because it allows me to express what Im thinking to paper

-Things that I would say to the people that disagree is that it depends on the dedication to the work that have and will put out, and where and who you work for.

train experience

Inside train: sniffs, coughing, sucking of the teeth, kid whining, door chime for doors closing

Inside me: music playing low, me saying damn these people are way to close, why me

Office Hour Thurs April 11 is 2PM to 3PM

Hi Classes. You can find me at the Cafeteria between 2 and 3PM today, Thurs Apr 11.

Library Resource: Citation

Hi Classes. This is an MLA citation worksheet, created by Librarian Monica Berger, especially for us.

It shows unusual entries like films and songs — made simple. You can download this PDF for your own reference or practice. Many thanks to Dr. Berger for her time.

student handout for schmerler

 

 

Library Day Section 106

Hi Mon night class (Section106E). The Library Information Session that was scheduled on the snow day is rescheduled for tomorrow, Mon 25, at 6PM. Please meet me outside the Library, where we will take roll. We will then proceed to the library’s classroom with our Librarian, Dr. Berger.

Office hour 2-3pm thurs

office hour is Thursday outside the Cafeteria 2-3pm!

UNIT 2 Posts So Far

Low-stakes assignment Posts for UNIT 2 as of April 1:

Reflection on “Shitty First Drafts” by Annie Lamott and Reflection on “Navigating Genres” by Kerry Dirk

Posted  under the Category UNIT 2: Assignment 1

A written “recipe” for a skill/something you do well

Posted under Category UNIT 2 Assignment 2

(For Section 439 Only): A written “recipe” for how to sustain a relationship

Posted under Category UNIT 2 Assignment 2

A list of 10 or so types of writing (genres) that you encounter in your life

Posted under Category UNIT 2 Assignment 2

Writing about a skill/something you do well in the form and style of a genre that you encounter in your everyday life.

Posted under Category UNIT 2 Assignment 2

ANOTHER writing about a skill/something you do well in the form and style of a genre that you encounter in your everyday life.

Posted under Category UNIT 2 Assignment 2

Working on the train, bus, in transit to record Outer and Inner Dialogues in at least three different locations or times, with setting and situation noted.

Due Date, format, and transcription details To Be Announced

UNIT 1 Posts are Now Complete

The Prompts and Posts to Open Lab that comprised our low-stakes assignments for UNIT 1 were as follows:

Lipogram without “the

Prisoner Lipogram without descending letters on the topic of “fear

Prisoner Lipogram without ascending letters on the topic of “cure

Your Shelf (list) of Influences

Reflection on Assigned readings by author Laura Carroll “Backpacks v. Briefcases”

Reflection on Assigned reading by author Nelson Graff “Teaching Rhetorical Analysis”

(Sections D439 and E106)

or

Reflection on Assigned reading by Laura  Carroll  “Backpacks v. Briefcases”

Reflection on Assigned reading: “Grammar to Get Things Done”

(Section E115)

One extra piece of free writing, e.g., “On the way to school today, an unusual thing I noticed,” etc.

Reflection on writing with constraint thus far (Section D439 only, handwritten or posted)

Office Hour 12 PM Thursday in the Cafeteria

See you.

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