ENGL 101.009/011 Assignments
11/08-11/26/04 (Weeks 11-13)

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»»WEEK 11 (11/08-11/12/04)

  • for MONDAY November 08

    -- in-class grammar/writing work; bring your Holt Handbook and Signs of Life

  • for WEDNESDAY November 10

    Have read, taken notes on, and be ready to discuss:
    -- in SoL Andy Medhurst "Batman, Deviance, and Camp" pp.686-687

  • for FRIDAY November 12

    Have read, taken notes on, and be ready to discuss:
    -- in SoL Gary Cross "Barbie, G.I. Joe, and Play in the 1960s" pp.710-716)
    -- see Paper #3 site for Paper #3 assignment for us to discuss in class.

    »»WEEK 12 (11/15-11/19/04)--if you haven't started researching your cultural figure yet, start doing so using the library resources we were introduced to last week

  • for MONDAY November 15

    -- Dr. Melczarek spent the week-end doing a cloaccal two-step with a stomach virus. Bring your Holt Handbook to class, and we'll have grammar practice for today.

  • for WEDNESDAY November 17
    Type out and bring to class your tentative thesis; bring at least 3 copies (one for me, two for your group). Include:
    -- your thesis (naming your chosen cultural figure, and stating why s/he is important -- see all four essay we read for this section for examples)
    -- three specific areas of evidence that you plan to expand on, to explain how/why your chosen figure is of cultural importance
    -- any research you've done into the history of your figure
    In your new and final groups for the semester, look through each other's theses and help with any suggestions you have on either subject matter or approach.

  • for FRIDAY November 19

    -- TBA

    »»WEEK 13 (11/22-11/26/04)

  • for MONDAY November 22

    -- out-of-class projects: see in-class announcement

  • for WEDNESDAY November 24

    -- out-of-class projects: see in-class announcement

  • for FRIDAY November 26 -- off for turkey-coma day
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