While only the final drafts of your two essays will earn letter grades, you will be required to turn in some sort of draft or plan every week for each of these two pieces. I will read and mark these “process pieces” with a √ or √–.
I will talk in detail about what I expect you to do for each of these assignments as we come to them in the term. But for now, here is what you can plan for
|Mon, 2/22||p1||Writing With Woolf, Chapters 1-2|
|Mon, 2/29||p2||Writing With Woolf, Chapters 3-4|
|Mon, 3/07||p3||Writing With Woolf, Chapters 5-6|
|Mon, 3/14||e1d2||Writing With Woolf, Draft|
|Mon, 3/21||p4||Revising Plan|
|Mon, 4/04||p5||Focal Text, Essay Two|
|Mon, 4/11||p6||Critical Texts, Essay Two|
|Mon, 4/18||e2d1||Draft, Essay Two|
|Mon, 4/25||e2d2||Draft, Essay Two|
|Mon, 5/02||p7||Revising Plan|
|Mon, 5/09||p8||Digitized Essay Two|
Serious and hard work on these process pieces will likely lead to strong final essays (and thus higher grades).
To receive a √, your work must be thoughtful, on time, and edited with care. Your cumulative work on these process pieces will count toward 20% of your final course grade. See Grades for details.