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basic writing ii                                               csulosangeles
    imagining the next LA                english 096

Schedule

 

Date

Class Activity

Reading Due

Writing Due

T

1/4

Introduction to course

 

 

Th

1/6

 

 

In-class Essay #1

T

1/11

Begin looking at critical reading and revision process

“Charlotta Bass” (49-64)

Reading Journal #1 (don’t hand in)

Th

1/13

Discuss The Next Los Angeles reading

 

 

T

1/18

Conference Essay #1  

 

In-class essay #2

Th

1/20

Discuss The Next Los Angeles reading

“The Continuing Divide” (69-87)

Reading Journal #2 (don’t hand in)

T

1/25

Conference essay #2; bring book to class  and finish “The Continuing Divide” (87-97)

 

Do Reading Journal #3 in class and hand it in at the end of class

Th

1/27

Discuss The Next Los Angeles reading

 

 

T

2/1

 

 

In-class essay #3

Th

2/3

Hand back essay #3
Discuss The Next Los Angeles reading

“Stresses in Eden” (97-112)

Select one essay for revision

Reading Journal #4 (don’t hand in)

T

2/8

Discuss The Next Los Angeles reading

“Stresses in Eden” (112-127)

Reading Journal #5 (don’t hand in)

Th

2/10

 

 

Revision #1 due

In-class Essay #4

T

2/15

Conference Essay #4; begin “A Policy Agenda for the Next L.A.” (197-223)

 

 

Th

2/17

Hand back Revision #1

Discuss The Next Los Angeles reading

“A Policy Agenda for the Next L.A.” (197-223)

Reading Journal #6; hand-in Journal

Th

2/17

"Unequal Exposure: A Fight for Environmental Justice in Los Angeles"
Two films will be screened that explore environmental racism within the Los Angeles area and the struggle for environmental justice.
King Hall D140
Call the Cross Cultural Centers at (323) 343-5001 for more information.
Thursday, February 17, 2005 6:00PM

T

2/22

 

 

In-class Essay #5

T

2/22

Breathing Death: The Struggle for Environmental Justice
Join us for a discussion about environmental racism, its impact on low-income communities of color, and what you can do to protect the air we breathe. Panelists include community organization representatives who fight on a daily basis for environmental justice.
King Hall D140
Call the Cross Cultural Centers at (323) 343-5001 for more information.
Tuesday, February 22, 2005 6:00PM

Th

2/24

Hand back Essay #5

Peer review

 

Rewrite of Revision #1 due  

T

3/1

Style

 

Revision #2 due

Th

3/3

Style

 

 

T

3/8

Discuss The Next Los Angeles reading

Student Evaluations

“A Vision for the City” (187-196)

 

Th

3/10

 

 

Turn in Portfolios Thursday March 10

Final in-class essay

 
basic writing ii                                               csulosangeles
    imagining the next LA                english 096