RHT 086-001 - Meets M/W/F 9-9:50 am Room M123B
Due Friday, 4/25/14
--No homework is due.
For Monday, complete Reading Assignment #8, distributed in class on Wednesday.
Due Wednesday, 4/23/14
--Complete the Reading Process #6 assignment on public access to police misconduct files if you didn't finish that.
--Complete the same activities listed on that assignment sheet for the editorial on the last page of the handout, "Get a Ticket, Keep Your Driver's License."
Due Monday, 4/21/14
--Complete Reading Process Assignment #6 using editorial #1 about public access to police files. DO not worry about editorial #2 (last page of the handout) yet.
Have a good mini-break!
Due Wednesday, 4/16/14
Read Chapter 7 in MRR. Create a clustering diagram (as described in Chapter 7)
to explain the patterns of organiztion on pp. 112/113 in Chapter 6 MRR.
Due Monday, 4/14/14
Due Friday, 4/11/14
--Complete the exercises on pp. 88 & 91 in MRR.
Due Wednesday, 4/9/14
--Complete the post-reading questions on p. 80 in your book if you didn't finish in class.
--Complete the Readiness Quizzes on pp. 81-82 in MRR.
Due Monday, 4/7/14
--If you didn't turn in your summary on Friday, finish it and turn it in Monday. Remember that this needs to include your typed rough draft, peer review checklist and notes, my comments if you turned it in on time, your rewriting notes and the final rewritten draft with whatever changed from the rough draft highlighted. If you do not have a checklist that a classmate filled out, you need to complete one for your summary yourself.
--Complete Reading Process Assignment #5, distributed in class on Friday.
Due Friday, 4/4/14
--If you turned in a typed summary rough draft for "My Black Skin Makes My White Coat Vanish," you have no homework. If you didn't, bring two copies of the rough draft Friday. To get my comments on it, you need to email it to me today (Wednesday).
Due Wednesday, 4/2/14
Read Chapter Four MRR and take thorough notes (20 points). You can use whatever note taking system you like: Cornell notes, note cards, sticky notes, annotating, outlining, quiz questions and answers. Just remember that whatever method you use, you need to be able to turn these in. So if you write in the book or put sticky notes in it, you'll need to copy the chapter with those notes on it in order to receive credit. Also, be sure the pages or cards are fastened and not loose. Don't ask me to check off your book during class or accept a wad of post-its. Either of these would result in no credit.
Due Monday, 3/31/14
--Be sure to get to class on time. You'll be taking a midterm. It will be similar to a Reading Process Assignment, so you might look over ones you have done previously. It will also involve answering comprehension questions.
--Type up a one-paragraph (1/2 side or so double spaced) summary of "My Black Skin Makes My White Coat Vanish." Use the checklist and sample final draft summary as a guide. Also, make use of the summaries you did of each paragraph of the article as you annotated. Remember, though, this is not a freewrite. It is supposed to be an organized, grammatically correct paragraph. Email it to me by class time Monday and bring two hard copies to class.
For Wednesday, you need to read Chapter Four MRR and take thorough notes (20 points). You can use whatever note taking system you like: Cornell notes, note cards, sticky notes, annotating, outlining, quiz questions and answers. Just remember that whatever method you use, you need to be able to turn these in. So if you write in the book or put sticky notes in it, you'll need to copy the chapter with those notes on it in order to receive credit. Also, be sure the pages or cards are fastened and not loose. Don't ask me to check off your book during class or accept a wad of post-its. Either of these would result in no credit.
Due Friday, 3/28/14
--Read over the Summary Handout. Note and number five changes that were made to the final draft. Then on a separate sheet or the reverse side, create a bullet point list of six characteristics of a good summary. These may be closely linked to the changes you note.
EX. Change 1) The article title was added in the final draft.
Bullet Point --include the article title
Due Wednesday, 3/26/14
--Study the p. 17 word part flash cards for the next Word Parts Quiz.
--Your midterm will be on Monday rather than on Friday as originally scheduled.
Due Monday, 3/24/14
--Complete Reading Assignment #4, distributed in class on 3/14/14. If you weren't in class that day, email me to request an electronic version of the assignment.
Due Friday, 3/14/14
--No homework is due.
Due Wednesday, 3/12/14
--Complete the last set of flashcards (p. 17).
--Read MRR Chapter Three. As your notes, create SQ3R notecards (see pp. 48/49 in your book for detailed instructions).
Due Monday, 3/10/14
--Study your p. 16 flashcards for the Word Parts quiz.
For Wednesday, the last set of flashcards (p. 17) is due as well as SQ3R notecards (see pp. 48/49 in your book for detailed instructions) for MRR Chapter Three.
Due Friday, 3/7/14
--Complete the Topic/Main Idea/Major Detail Activity handout that was distributed in class on Monday (3/3).
Due Wednesday, 3/5/14
--Complete the flash cards for the word parts on p. 16.
Due Monday, 3/3/14
--Study your p. 15 flashcards for the Word Parts Quiz. It'd also be a good idea to review your Chapter 2 MRR Cornell Notes and Readiness Quiz (p. 24) and notes from class on Friday.
Due Friday, 2/28/14
--Complete Reading Process Assignment #3 which was distributed in class on Monday
Due Wednesday, 2/26/14
--Complete the flash cards for the word parts on p. 15.
Due Monday, 2/24/14
--Study the p. 14 flashcards and Parts of Speech handout to prepare for Monday's Word Parts Quiz.
--Finish the rest of the Vocabulary Group Activity. Most people will need to work on #3, #4 and #6. Do not worry about #5.
Due Friday, 2/21/14
--Read Chapter Two of Making Reading Relevant and complete Cornell notes for the chapter. This note-taking method is explained on pages 60/61 of your book.
--Bring back the vocabulary activity sheet distributed in class on Wednesday and "Reading for Pleasure and Power."
Due Wednesday, 2/19/14
--Complete the flashcards for the page 14 word parts.
Be sure to bring the already-graded Reading Process #1 assignment ("Reading for Pleasure and Power") with you to class.
Due Monday, 2/17/14
--Complete Reading Process Assignment #2, which was distributed in class on Wednesday.
--Study for the Word Parts/Chapter One quiz. Review your flashcards, chapter one notes and Quick Tips.
For Wednesday, the flashcards for the page 14 word parts are due.
Due Friday, 2/14/14
--Complete the Parts of Speech handout.
--For Monday, complete Reading Process Assignment #2, which was distributed in class on Wednesday. Look over it before Friday, so you can ask any questions before it's due.
Due Wednesday, 2/12/14
--No homework. Be sure to have the graded assignments that were recently handed back and the one we started on in class ("The Blonke") with you on Wednesday. The next set of flashcards (p. 14) is due a week from Wednesday on 2/19.
Due Monday, 2/10/14
--Complete a set of 20 flashcards for the word parts on p. 13 in your book. Use the flashcard assignment sheet on the back of the Reading Process handout to review the instructions. Be sure to underline or highlight both your context clue and word part word for each context sentence you write. Be sure to number the cards and fasten them, preferably with a rubber band.
--I passed back a few graded assignments on Friday, including the reading assessment and Reading Process Assignment #1. Make sure you keep those in your folder to bring back with you for review next week.
--Monday will be the last day to show me your course materials for points.
Due Monday, 2/3/14
--Books and materials are due. Fill out the materials checklist distributed in class on Friday. Don't worry about the ETRC, Library and ASC boxes for now. Be prepared to show me your materials. Only check off those that you have with you. Then you'll turn in the sheet to receive your points.
--Review the Reading Process chart passed out on Friday. Be prepared to discuss it and/or ask any questions about it on Monday. Do not worry about the assignment on the reverse side for now.
Due Wednesday, 2/5/14
--Reading Process Assignment #1 (handout passed out in class on Friday).
--Campus Resources Assignment (handout passed out Friday in class).
Due Friday, 2/7/14
--Chapter One, Making Reading Relevant. Write ten quiz questions and answers to show that you read and understood the chapter. If you are confused by any parts of the chapter, indicate which parts.