Sunday, December 31, 2017

Welcome to ENG265

ENG265
Advanced Composition
Fall 2017
Busan University of Foreign Studies

Instructor
: Jeff Lebow Office: D571  Email: pufslebow@gmail.com 
Office Hours Mondays 5~7pm,  Tuesdays 4:30pm~6:30pm or by appointment  Course Website >>>     writingbridges.com

 
This is an advanced composition course that will focus on fine tuning writing skills acquired during prerequisite courses. Aspects of composition covered will include academic, creative, and letter writing.

Group Notes:  ENG265-01










Hangul Romanization Guide and Converter
Practice Sites:   AgendaWeb    Englishpage.com    FreeRice.com

Finals Schedule: 
No Class: Monday, December 11 & December 18
Final Exam: Wednesday, December 20, 3pm

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

ENG265 Final Schedule



Wednesday, December 13: One-on-one conferences     (Conference Schedule)
   - go over writings
   - confirm attendance
   - anything else you'd like to discuss

Wednesday, December 20: Final Written Quiz
Similar to midterm
- error recognition
- sentence correction
- checklist grammar
- short writing task


Study Materials

Midterm
Written Quiz Answers
Sentence Corrections & Practice Materials

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Elective Writing Assignments


For the rest of the semester, you will be able to choose which type of writing assignments to complete. In class we will work on writing mechanics, learn more about particular types of writing, and have conferencing time. The schedule of  elective assignments is:


November 3:  1st Draft of Job Application Materials Due
November 8: Bring an outline of Elective Writing #1 to class  
November 17:  1st Draft of  Elective Writing#1 Due
November 26: Post additional errors you're not sure how to fix on our Group Notes Doc
November 27: Bring a printed outline of Elective Writing #2 to class   Outline Examples    Video
November 29, 11:59pm: Final Edits of Elective Writing#1 Due
December 1: 1st Draft of  Elective Writing#2* Due
December 15:  All Final Edits Due

* Elective Writing#2 should be your best piece of writing yet.  (at least 400 words)
You can do any kind of writing you like, but some possibilities are below: 
Writing Prompts
Do NOT copy and paste more than two words from any source without citing it!