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April 8, 2014 Welcome to ENG 1510. Composition I. Tonight’s agenda. Grammar workshop – quotations/italics (5:30-50) Review essential definitions (5:50-6:20) break (5 min.) Computer lab – draft essay #4, work on MWL, confer w/ Dan (6:25-7:25) break (5 min.)

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April 8 2014 welcome to eng 1510

April 8, 2014Welcome to ENG 1510

Composition I


Tonight s agenda
Tonight’s agenda

  • Grammar workshop – quotations/italics (5:30-50)

  • Review essential definitions (5:50-6:20)

  • break (5 min.)

  • Computer lab – draft essay #4, work on MWL, confer w/ Dan (6:25-7:25)

  • break (5 min.)

  • Share pop culture reviews (7:30-)

  • Homework for next week


Grammar workshop quotations italics 497 99 507 09
grammar workshop: quotations/italics (497-99, 507-09)

exercise on p. 499

exercise on p. 509

handout - What do we do with titles?


Review essential definitions
review essential definitions

groups of two

Write responses (in complete sentences where applicable) for each item in the exercise on p. 214.

Be prepared to share. (10 points)


Share pop culture reviews
Share pop culture reviews

  • When you hear/see your text, come to the front.

  • State your name and the relevant information about your “text.” (e.g., musical artist, name of album)

  • You summarized a published review of your chosen text. Briefly tell us what the review says about the text. (e.g., The Rolling Stone review really loves the new Beastie Boys album because …)

  • What does your review say about the text? (e.g., I also really love this album because …)

  • Place your papers on the table and sit down.