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Sunday, November 18, 2018



"Everybody's youth is a dream, a form of chemical madness."
-F. Scott Fitzgerald

ENG 4C1
We're practicing writing fluidly, with fully developed ideas, formatted and presented well. We're practising reading for extended periods, using helpful reading strategies. We're analysing how media works were put together, and their explicit and implicit messages.

Extensions: Extensions for 24, 48 or 72 hours may be granted if an email is sent prior to deadline, outlining reasons the extension is needed, and providing evidence the assignment has been started. Extended assignments will need to be emailed directly as the window for submission to Turn It In will have passed.

Before submitting any written work to me through www.turnitin.com, ensure you've formatted it according to one of my required formats, you have used Spell Check, and copied and pasted it into all three of these to find obvious errors:

http://www.grammarcheck.net/editor/ (choose "Free Check")

http://www.grammarbase.com/

http://writing.garretson.info/PunctuationChecker

Robot editors sure aren't perfect, but they are going to help you find some of the most obvious of your errors. Errors which it would be best I didn't see you making.

Past Work
   
Sept 14
Personal Writing #1
Submit your first original, informal writing piece to Turn It In, using prescribed format #1, format #2. or format #3. The three-part story structure and Personal Writing Guide will help make this story interesting. Try for 1 to 1.5 pages in length. Demonstrate consistent verb tenses, and proper punctuation, capitalization and paragraphing. Informal and personal writing only. Be descriptive, colourful and interesting. (no informational pieces. No journalism)
Sept 21
Personal Writing #2
Submit your second original, informal writing piece to Turn It In, using prescribed format #1, format #2. or format #3. Use a different format than you used for the previous submission. The three-part story structure and Personal Writing Guide will help make this story interesting. Try for 1 to 1.5 pages in length. Demonstrate consistent verb tenses, and proper punctuation, capitalization and paragraphing. Informal and personal writing only. Be descriptive, colourful and interesting. (no informational pieces. No journalism)
Sept 28
Personal Writing #3
Submit your third original, informal writing piece to Turn It In, using the format you didn't use for Personal Writing #1 or #2. The three-part story structure and Personal Writing Guide will help make this story interesting. Try for 1 to 1.5 pages in length. Demonstrate consistent verb tenses, and proper punctuation, capitalization and paragraphing. Informal and personal writing only. Be descriptive, colourful and interesting. (no informational pieces. No journalism)
Oct 12
Reading Metacognition
Submit a piece that has a series of paragraphs telling me everything you can think of about you and reading. Past good and bad experiences, most and least favourite kind of reading tasks. Your experience calculating your pages per hour and anything else you can think of. Use format #2.
Oct 19
Documentary Analysis
Submit a piece that has a series of paragraphs telling me everything you can possibly think of to say about a documentary we watched in class or which you watched outside of class. Use www.imdb.com for additional information about it. Talk about who made it, how it was made, and its bias or message. Use format #3.
Nov 2nd
Autobiographical Film
Submit an analysis of Persepolis, following these instructions, to Turn It In, using format #3.
Nov 21st
Autobiographical Books
Submit an analysis of your three autobiographical books, following these instructions, to Turn It In, using format #3. Here is a link to the planning sheet you should have used.
Life Choices
 
 
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