Sample Syllabi and Assignments

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Sample Syllabi

Faculty may use these templates as starting points for developing their own syllabi for ENG 100, 200, and 200H.

ENG 100 - Writing Seminar I

ENG 200 - Writing Seminar II

ENG 200H - Honors Writing Seminar II

ENG 100 Sample Assignments

Course
Instructor
Title
Assignments
ENG 100 Molly Sexton Writing Seminar I

Informed Synthesis

History and Practices

ENG100L Sheila Hughes Writing Seminar I 

Discourse Community Ethnography

Discourse Community Ethnography
Research Plan

Argumentative Synthesis

Topics for Argumentative Synthesis

Academic Reflection

Literacy Narrative

Paper Evaluation Criteria

ENG 200 & 200H Sample Assignments

Course
Instructor
Theme
Syllabus
Assignments
ENG 200 Tereza Szeghi Reading, Researching, and Writing Latina/o Experiences  Syllabus

Argumentative Synthesis

Informative Synthesis

Literary Analysis

Mi Familia Discussion Questions

Rhetorical Analysis

ENG 200 Leah Dealoia Mindful or Mindless?  Free Will
and Obedience 
Syllabus

Literary Analysis - CIT

Literary Analysis - Frederick Douglass

Annotated Bibliography

Description of Authority Figure

Literacy Narrative

Obedience Letter

Position Paper Evaluation Criteria

Research Proposal

Rhetorical Analysis

ENG 200 John McCombe Reading & Writing L.A.: the Battle
of Chavez Ravine 
Syllabus

Expository Writing

Research Essay

Rhetorical Analysis

Summarizing & Responding

Readings

We also have a small library of CIT (Catholic Intellectual Tradition) readings.  To access any of these, please send a request to the department at 229-3434, send an email to english.udayton.edu, or log on to Porches and find the files in the English Faculty Group.

Title
Author
Literacy:  Reading the Word and the World Paulo Friere and Donaldo Macedo
An Interview with Paulo Fiere
The Secret Ingredient Kathleen Norris
The Principle of the Common Good Pope John Paul II