LINGUISTICS 4601S: Language and the Black Experience

Linguistics, English

Class Number: Unavailable
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Donald Winford, Professor, Arts and Humanities
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Description:

Combines the study of language and culture in the African American community with tutoring service at a local elementary school. Tutoring provides direct experience with language use and literacy development in African American children. Cross-listed as ENGL 4601S.

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ENGLISH 4567S: Rhetoric and Community Service

English

Class Number: 27779 (SP16)
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Beverly Moss
Terms offered: Spring Semester
Sites: See link below for current list of sites

Description:

In this undergraduate seminar, you will extend your critical and rhetorical skills beyond the classroom into the world of community action as you think about writing as an instrument of social change. By volunteering at a local nonprofit agency for multiple hours each week (2 hours onsite, additional hours to do writing), you will learn about the nonprofit world and research a specific community issue or problem.

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ENGLISH 3467S: Issues and Methods in Tutoring Writing

English

Class Number: 32293 (SP16), 15660 (AU16)
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Evonne Kay Halasek, Associate Professor, College of Arts and Sciences
Terms offered: Autumn Semester,Spring Semester
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Description:

Theories and practices in tutoring and writing; explores writing-learning connections and prepares students to work as writing consultants/tutors for individuals and small writing groups.   The aim of this course is to prepare undergraduates to work with writers from diverse backgrounds and disciplines.  This class provides a unique opportunity for its members to learn about composition theory and pedagogy, tutoring strategies, and writing center theories and practices in order to put these theories and practices to work in classroom and writing center settings.  Students will apprentice as writing consultants/tutors in the University Writing Center.  Therefore, in addition to our regularly scheduled class time, each person enrolled in this course will spend approximately one hour per week in the Writing Center.

 

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ENGLISH 2367.05: The U.S. Folk Experience

English

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Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Martha Sims, Rachel Hopkin
Terms offered: Spring
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Description:

oncepts of American folklore & ethnography; folk groups, tradition, & fieldwork methodology; how these contribute to the development of critical reading, writing, & thinking skills. Only one 2367 (367) decimal subdivision may be taken for credit.
Prereq: 1110.01 (110.01) or equiv, and Soph standing; or EM credit for 1110.01 (110.01) or equiv; or a declared major in English. Not open to students with credit for 2367.01 (367.01), 210, 267, 267H, 301, 303, or equiv. GE writing and comm: level 2 and diversity soc div in the US course

Syllabus: Not Available

ENGLISH 2367.01S: Language, Identity, and Culture in the U.S. Experience

English

Class Number: 33940; 1468
Campus: Columbus; Marion
Instructor: Gavin Johnson; Amy Tibbals
Terms offered: Spring Semester, Summer Semester
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Description:

Extends & refines expository writing & analytical reading skills emphasizing recognition of intertextuality & reflection on compositional strategies on topics pertaining to education & pop culture in America

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ENGLISH 2367.01H: Language, Identity, and Culture in the US Experience

English, Arts and Sciences

Class Number: 19191 (AU14), 19193 (AU14), 19192 (AU14)
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Harvey J Graff, Howard Lewis Ulman, English
Terms offered: Autumn Semester
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Description:

Extends & refines expository writing & analytical reading skills emphasizing recognition of intertextuality & reflection on compositional strategies on topics pertaining to education & pop culture in America. Only one 2367 (367) decimal subdivision may be taken for credit.

Syllabus:

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ENGLISH 4601S: Language and the Black Experience

English
Class Number: Unavailable
Campus: Columbus
Instructor:
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Description:

Combines the study of language and culture in the African American community with tutoring service at a local elementary school. Tutoring provides direct experience with language use and literacy development in African American children. Cross-listed as LING 4601S

Syllabus:

Not Available