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Literary Evaluation INNOCENCE AND EXPERIENCE

Evaluate a literary work from one of the following critical perspectives: feminist, reader-response, psychoanalytic, socio-economic, Marxist, historical, formalist, sociological, or the like.

Here’s a list of the critical perspectives that you can use for the essay. Choose a work from the Syllabus to evaluate

Week of 8/28/13
UNIT I:  INNOCENCE AND EXPERIENCE

Homework
1. Participate in the class discussions.
2. Click on Web Links in our course to access and to read the literary works that we will analyze next week.

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Labor Day ~ Monday 9/2/13 ~ College Closed
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Week of 9/2/13
UNIT I:  INNOCENCE AND EXPERIENCE

1. Participate in the class discussions.

Fiction
Louise Erdrich “The Red Convertible” (p. 218)

2. Click on Web Links in our course to access and to read the literary works that we will analyze next week.

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Week of 9/9/13
UNIT I:  INNOCENCE AND EXPERIENCE, cont.

1. Participate in the class discussions.

Poetry
Countee Cullen “Incident” (p. 235)
William Blake “London” (p. 233)
Gerard Manley Hopkins “Spring and Fall” (p. 234)
Seamus Heaney “Mid-Term Break” (p. 239)

Focus: Scholarly Criticism (Formalist, Reader-Response, Sociological, Psychoanalytic and New Historicism) (pp. 84-85 and WEB LINKS tab) Read more here:

http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/virtualit/poetry/critical.html

and

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/722/04/#resourcenav

2. Click on Web Links in our course to access and to read the literary works that we will analyze next week.

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Week of 9/16/13
UNIT I:  INNOCENCE AND EXPERIENCE, cont.

1. Participate in the class discussions.

Drama
William Shakespeare Hamlet in our textbook or at http://www.bartleby.com/46/2/

Watch the play: http://www.pbs.org/wnet/gperf/episodes/hamlet/watch-the-film/980/ You can also watch a film of the play, which is available in our library.

Links to the HAMLET Soliloquies
I. “O that this too too sullied flesh. . . .” (I.ii.129-158) (p. 254) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0kOeCahcVzQ
II. “O what a rogue and peasant slave am I. . . .” (II.ii.522-580) (p. 289) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QH5_E0MnLj4
III. “To be, or not to be. . . .” (III.i.56-89) (p. 293)

IV. “How all occasions do inform against me. . . .” (IV.iv.32-66) (p. 323)

Additional Resources:http://www.usq.edu.au/artsworx/schoolresources/hamlet/themes.htm

http://www.english.emory.edu/classes/Shakespeare_Illustrated/HamletPaintings.html

2. Click on Web Links in our course to access and to read the literary works that we will analyze next week.

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Week of 9/23/13
UNIT II: LOVE AND HATE

Homework
1. Participate in the class discussions.

Focus: Scholarly Criticism (Formalist, Reader-Response, Sociological, Psychoanalytic and New Historicism) (pp. 84-85 and WEB LINKS tab) Read more here:

http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/virtualit/poetry/critical.html

and

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/722/04/#resourcenav

Poetry
Tess Gallagher “The Hug” (p. 604)

Fiction
Rita Dove “Second Hand Man” (p. 585)

2. Click on Web Links in our course to access and to read the literary works that we will analyze next week.
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Week of 9/30/13

TEAM WRITING WORKSHOPS: First Draft
Focus: Identifying basic principles associated with a variety of critical approaches; Constructing a thesis and supporting it with evidence

The Evaluation EssayEvaluate a literary work from a critical perspective. Read Chapter 4 in our textbook to learn about writing to evaluate. With respect to the organization of your paper,

follow the guidelines set forth on pp. 135-146. Select and apply a critical perspective from pp. 84-86. The essay should be about six to eight pages. Be sure to use the MLA style for

documentation. Read more here: http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/Virtualit/poetry/critical.html (includes sample evaluation essays!)

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/722/04/#resourcenav

http://www.dianahacker.com/resdoc/p04_c08_o.html%20

http://www.bedfordstmartins.com/researchroom/

Homework
1. Participate in the class discussions and writing workshops.
2. Post your draft for feedback in your team discussion area. Complete the required peer critiques.
3. Complete and post the first draft of your Evaluation Essay.
4. Take this plagiarism tutorial: http://library.acadiau.ca/tutorials/plagiarism

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Week of 10/7/13
TEAM WRITING WORKSHOPS: Second Draft
Focus: Incorporating quotations, paraphrases, and summaries into your writing with appropriate and effective attribution

The Evaluation EssayEvaluate a literary work from a critical perspective. Read Chapter 4 in our textbook to learn about writing to evaluate. With respect to the organization of your paper,

follow the guidelines set forth on pp. 135-146. Select and apply a critical perspective from pp. 84-86. The essay should be about six to eight pages. Be sure to use the MLA style for

documentation. Read more here: http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/Virtualit/poetry/critical.html (includes sample evaluation essays!)

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/722/04/#resourcenav

http://www.dianahacker.com/resdoc/p04_c08_o.html%20

http://www.bedfordstmartins.com/researchroom/

Homework
1. Participate in the class discussions and writing workshops.
2. Complete your Evaluation Essay due on Thursday, 10/17/13.

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Your Evaluation Essay is due by 11:55 pm (EST) on Thursday, 10/17/13
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Monday~10/21/13 ~ Mid-term grades due
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Week of 10/14/13
UNIT II: LOVE AND HATE

Note: Confluenza Poetry Reading on Wednesday 10/16/13 (Optional Attendance)

Homework
1. Participate in the class discussions.

Fiction
Charlotte Perkins Gilman “The Yellow Wallpaper” (p. 532) or audio version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OeRvSzS2hBk
Kay Boyle “Astronomer’s Wife” (p. 1047)

2. Click on Web Links in our course to access and to read the literary works that we will analyze next week.

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Week of 10/21/13
UNIT II: LOVE AND HATE, cont.

Homework
1. Participate in the class discussions.

Drama
Henrik Ibsen A Doll’s House (p. 608) or http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/2542
Check out this YouTube video clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwnBukRiRJI

Here is the entire play on You Tube in 10 clips: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m81oiq5yvCc&feature=related

Here’s the entire play in a Podcast (three files): http://www.learnoutloud.com/podcaststream/listen.php?url=http://librivox.org/bookfeeds/a-dolls-house-by-henrik-ibsen.xml&all=1&title=34580

You can also watch a film of the play, which is available in our NVCC  library.

2. Click on Web Links in our course to access and to read the literary works that we will analyze next week.

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Week of 10/28/13
UNIT III: FAMILIES

Homework
1. Participate in the class discussions.

Poetry
Cathy Song “The Youngest Daughter” (p. 469)
Theodore Roethke “My Papa’s Waltz” (p. 733)
Neil Bowers “Driving Lessons” (p. 739)
Robert Hayden “Those Winter Sundays” (p. 740)

Fiction
Joyce Carol Oates “Shopping” (p. 699)
Tillie Olsen “I Stand Here Ironing” (p. 692)

2. Click on Web Links in our course to access and to read the literary works that we will analyze next week.
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Week of 11/4/13
UNIT III: FAMILIES, cont.

Homework
1. Participate in the class discussions.

Drama
Sophocles Oedipus Rex (p. 748) or http://www.bartleby.com/8/5/
Watch the play here in short clips:

http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=422B4AD5E82BE89A&search_query=oedipus

You can also watch a film of the play, which is available in our NVCC library.

Suggested resource: http://www.ppt.org/documents/SG3201OedipusTheKing1.pdf

2. Click on Web Links in our course to access and to read the literary works that we will analyze next week.
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Week of 11/11/13
UNIT IV: WAR AND POWER

Homework
1. Participate in the class discussions.

Chapter 5: Argument, Critical Thinking, and Research-Focus: The Literary Argument Paper(pp. 147 – 191) andhttp://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/618/01/

Poetry
Yusef Komunyakaa “Facing It” (p. 969)

Fiction
Ambrose Bierce “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” (p. 904)(Watch the film: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuP5kUQro40 )
Bharati Mukherjee “The Management of Grief” (p. 948)
Tim O’Brien “The Things They Carried” (p. 934)
Jean-Paul Sartre “The Wall” http://perso.orange.fr/chabrieres/texts/sartre_thewall.html

2. Complete the first draft of your Literary Argument Essay for next week.
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Week of 11/18/13
Focus: Incorporating Textual Evidence in Argumentation; Explaining the significance or purpose of a literary argument for a variety of readers

PEER REVIEW WRITING WORKSHOPS (Preliminary Question and Thesis Statement)

The Literary Argument Essay  Select a literary work (or works) from the Syllabus and then, using the process described on pp. 147-191 or Web Links, plan and write a literary argument. Choose a

Topic for Argument from pp. 148-152 or Web Links. This paper requires at least SIX scholarly library research articles from the NVCC library databases at http://www.my.commnet.edu/ . Only

library research sources (online or traditional) will be accepted. The essay should be about eight to ten pages and in the MLA style. Read more here:

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/618/01/

http://www.dianahacker.com/resdoc/p04_c08_o.html%20

http://www.bedfordstmartins.com/researchroom/

Homework
1. Participate in the class discussions.

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Wednesday ~ 11/27/13~ Veterans Day ~ No Classes
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Week of 11/25/13

Focus: Incorporating Textual Evidence in Argumentation;Explaining the significance or purpose of a literary argument for a variety of readers

PEER REVIEW WRITING WORKSHOPS (First Draft)

The Literary Argument Essay  Select a literary work (or works) from the Syllabus and then, using the process described on pp. 147-191 or Web Links, plan and write a literary argument. Choose a

Topic for Argument from pp. 148-152 or Web Links. This paper requires at least SIX scholarly library research articles from the NVCC library databases at http://www.my.commnet.edu/ . Only

library research sources (online or traditional) will be accepted. The essay should be about eight to ten pages and in the MLA style. Read more here:

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/618/01/

http://www.dianahacker.com/resdoc/p04_c08_o.html%20

http://www.bedfordstmartins.com/researchroom/

Homework
1. Participate in the class discussions.
2. Post your Preliminary Question and Thesis Statement (see pp. 148-152) for feedback in the team discussion area by WEDNESDAY night.
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Week of 12/2/13

PEER REVIEW WRITING WORKSHOPS (Second Draft)Focus:Recognizing the role of intertextuality in the construction of meaning; Applying a variety of critical approaches to literary arguments

The Literary Argument Essay  Select a literary work (or works) from the Syllabus and then, using the process described on pp. 147-191 or Web Links, plan and write a literary argument. Choose a

Topic for Argument from pp. 148-152 or Web Links. This paper requires at least SIX scholarly library research articles from the NVCC library databases at http://www.my.commnet.edu/ . Only

library research sources (online or traditional) will be accepted. The essay should be about eight to ten pages and in the MLA style. Read more here:

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/618/01/

http://www.dianahacker.com/resdoc/p04_c08_o.html%20

http://www.bedfordstmartins.com/researchroom/

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