01-Oct-2016 07:16 PM
English 100 Reminders,
Notes, & Objectives for
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Sections (Alpha & Beta):
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We'll be discussing
Henry David Thoreau's prescriptive essay, "Life without Principle."
This is the second of 3 of his essays that we will read to prepare ourselves
for the Into the Wild essay in which we will
examine the several ways that Thoreau's ideas and principles had a profound
effect on Christopher McCandless.
"Life without Principle" is a bit
more challenging to read than "Walking;" especially the the vocabulary and sentence
structures are still a bit challenging to read. So, again, allow yourself
ample time to read it; in fact, you are encouraged to read it at least twice
before coming to the first class session this week. Anticipate a
Additionally, be sure to print and answer all the
study/discussion questions for this essay. You'll find the set of
questions by clicking on the Essay Assignments link above or
here. You are required to print these
questions and come to the first class session with fully prepared answers.
These are intended to help guide your reading of Thoreau's essay.
Essay 1 Due with Late Essay Coupon:
Students planing to use the late essay copuon have until midnight Saturday
(11:59 p.m.) to upload your file with no penalty.
Usage Quiz B:
These word sets were
assigned last week (see the schedule for week 6), so remember that Usage Quiz
B opens Sunday A.M. and
is available for you to take until 11:59 p.m. Saturday at midnight (7 days).
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FALL 2016 SECTIONS
CRN: 11515 (Alpha section)
TTH 9:30 a.m. - 11:35
CRN: 10763 (Beta section)
TTH 11:45 a.m. - 1:50 p.m.,