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English 4

September 18, 2017


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The content for English 4 is divided into two semesters that correspond to dual-credit courses at Southeast Community College.  First semester is the writing semester (ENGL 1010--Composition I) while second semester is the literature semester (ENGL 2100--Introduction to Literature).

ENGL 1010 syllabus (first sememster)
ENGL 2100 syllabus (second semester)

Daily lesson plans

SCC transcript request instructions
SCC transcript request video

Helpful links
  The Hub
  Quizlet class
  Google classroom (code to join is i3ekqo)

Click below for individual lessons
  Literary terms and theories notes (1/4-1/5)
  Short stories packet period 4 or period 5 (1/5-  )


First semester
  Writing notebook prompts (must be logged in to your @yutanhs.com account to view)
  Parts of an essay notes period 4 or period 5 (8/18)
  Transitions and My Favorite Traits essay requirements period 4 or period 5 (8/18 audio)
  My Favorite Traits essay examples (8/18)
  Editing hints sheet
  A Pocket Style Manual notes (8/22 pages 42-47, 8/23 pages 7-8, 10-11, and 32-34, 8/30 pages 288-297 plus handout, 8/31 pages 57-59, 9/1 pages 59-64, 9/6 pages 67-70, 9/7 pages 70-73)
  Editing sentence errors (8/22 audio)
  Correcting sentence fragments, run-ons, and comma splices key (8/23)
  Parallelism, shifts, and agreement (8/23 audio)
  Parallelism and shifts key (8/24)
  Editing sentence errors story key (8/25)
  Peer and self editing instructions (8/28 audio)
  MLA format (8/29 video)
  Word usage (8/30 audio--see Pocket Style Manual link above for pages)
  Choosing the correct word key (8/31)
  Commas day 1 (9/1 audio)
  Using commas correctly key (9/1, 9/5, 9/6)
  Commas day 2 (9/2 audio)
  Apostrophes (9/6 audio)
  Using apostrophes correctly key (9/7)
  Redo instructions (9/7 audio)
  Quotation marks (9/7 audio)
  Using quotation mark correctly key (9/8)
  Response essay #1 requirements and explanation (9/12 audio)
  Response essay Works Cited instructions (9/14 video)
  Semicolons, colons, end punctuation, and dashes (9/15 audio)
  Other punctuation key (9/18 and 9/19)
  Capitalization and hyphens (9/18 audio)
  Business letters and email format (9/28 audio)
  E-mail packet with notes (9/28)
  Job shadow e-mail instructions (9/28)
  I-search introduction instructions (9/29 audio)
  I-search body instructions (10/2 audio)
  A Pocket Style Manual MLA pages with notes (10/2)
  I-search conclusion and works cited instructions (10/9 audio)
  Resume instructions (10/18 audio)
  Sample resume entries (10/19)
  Resume editing practice (10/19)
  Response essay #2 instructions period 4 or period 5 (10/23 audio)
  Fill-in MLA citation for essays from the textbook (10/24)
  Persuasive essay requirements (10/25 audio)
  Persuasive appeals notes and examples (10/26)
  Source bias infographic (10/27)
  Persuasive research tips (10/27 video)
  MLA citation reminders period 4 or period 5 (11/1)
  Additional persuasive essay examples (11/2)
  Personal narrative requirements and memoir characteristics period 4 or period 5 (11/10 audio)
  Tips for writing vivid narratives and narrative examples period 4 or period 5 (11/13-11/14)
  Instructions to prepare for response 3 (11/14 audio)
  The Drama Bug (read before class on 11/15)
  Personal narrative editing example (11/16)
  Common final exam tips period 4 or period 5 (11/29 audio)
  Response paper #4 requirements (12/6 audio)
  APA paper format (12/6 video)
  APA references page (12/7 video)
  Thoughts by examples and This I believe examples (12/13)
  End of semester essay instructions (12/13 audio)