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English 102 Reminders/ Notes/Objectives for

Week 7

 

 

As always, consult your weekly course schedule for more specifics.

 

Readings/Tasks

  • Unit 1 Exam on Fiction:
    Please study diligently for this exam to get the best grade possible.  You should know the names of all the authors, characters, and titles of all the short stories we read.  Flashcards can be helpful in memorizing these.  Know and understand the various literary devices we have discussed.  If you review each of the assigned sub-chapters inside the Fiction Unit, note the bolded terms and their definitions.

  • Reading Assignment for Drama Unit:
    We will take the Unit 1 Exam on Fiction on Monday, March 14, and I will be discussing the background to the life of Oedipus before the play, Oedipus the King (Oedipus Rex), opens.  Be prepared to discuss the Prolog and first Episode of the play by Thursday morning's class.  Read also the assigned chapter on Introduction to Drama.

  • Study/Discussion Questions:
    • Print the questions for Oedipus the King for next week.  It is NOT critical that you have these answered during the first week we are discussing the play, but you should have written answers by Week 8.
    • Please also print the Notes on the History of Greek Drama.  These will be useful for understanding the context of Oedipus Rex.
    • (The full set of questions on the plays for the Drama Unit is available on the Intro Lit Resources link above.  )  

  • AJ-6:
    Due on Tuesday this week if you choose to write on it.  Remember that you pick any three (3) of the 15 possible Assigned Journal (AJ) topics.

  • Essay 1 Assignment:
    Please be sure to print the Essay 1 Assignment sheet and ask any questions about the assignment at the beginning of the class.  Note the due date on the course schedule, and remember that you must use the Writing Center and make an appointment with a tutor. (Try to request a tutor who has taken a literature class before.)


  • Urgent Past Due Tasks:
    Carefully note the attendance sheet this week.  Many students are missing tasks that should have been completed by week 2.  These include responding to the email test, submitting your signed syllabus acknowledgement form, and joining the Remind.com app. If you are not using the Remind app, you have been missing critical messages and course reminders.  Please pay special attention to any work that is missing when you sign the attendance sheet this week.


Email Prof. Chiang-Schultheiss if you have questions.


 
Professor:
Darren Chiang-Schultheiss
Office: 723-08
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darrencs AT fullcoll.edu
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FALL 2016 SECTIONS


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T/TH  7:00 a.m. - 8:25 a.m., RM 527


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