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1 ENG Blended Syllabus Spring credit hours IAI: C1900R Instructor Information Lori Cinotte Office Phone: Office: B-319 Instructor Web site: www2.ivcc.edu/cinotte Blackboard page: Office hours: Wednesday: 8:30-11 a.m. Thursday: 8:30-9:30 a.m. and 12:30-2 p.m. Optional online office: 1-1:30 p.m. Thursday via Zoom video conference or The best way to reach me is via . You can usually expect a response within 24 hours during the week, but it may take longer over the weekend or breaks. Try to avoid sending last-minute ed questions, as I may not be able to respond. For office hour and class cancellations, visit IVCC>Cancellations and Closings. Course Meeting ENG meets in the SP 17 semester from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Wednesdays in E-214. Other class activities are completed online. Course Description English Composition II continues the study and application of rhetorical principles of expository writing in developing effective sentences, paragraphs, and essays with particular emphasis on analyzing and writing expository prose. Students essays will be based upon their readings of literature and other texts. The library research writing will be developed from those readings. The course includes the use of various computer applications, including word-processing, Blackboard and the Internet. Students must receive a C in ENG 1002 for the course to transfer or count toward graduation. In addition, students must receive at least a D on the research paper to get a C in the class. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG

2 Expected Student Outcomes Outcomes that address the goals of general education at IVCC: 1. To communicate orally and in writing, socially and interpersonally. 2. To work and study effectively both individually and in collaboration with others. Course-specific student outcomes. The student will: 1. Read works of literature and other texts with understanding and appreciation 2. Understand invention as a part of the writing process 3. Organize and develop ideas effectively and logically in essays 4. Develop effective, logical, and well-supported arguments 5. Understand and use a variety of rhetorical methods for developing ideas 6. Maintain a consistent and appropriate viewpoint, tone, and voice 7. Strengthen essays through the revision process 8. Write essays free of common stylistic weaknesses 9. Write essays free of excessive errors. 10. Use word-processing software and the Internet to assist in the writing process 11. Understand the principles of research 12. Understand the use, citation, and documentation of sources 13. Understand strategies for developing and writing research papers 14. Collaborate effectively and regularly with peers and the instructor during the invention and revision/editing stages of writing. For outcomes shared by ENG 1001 and ENG 1002, students are expected to demonstrate a more sophisticated level of understanding and ability in ENG 1002 than in ENG Required Texts, Materials and Technology McMahan, Elizabeth, Susan X. Day and Robert Funk. Literature and the Writing Process. 10th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice, Hacker, Diana. A Pocket Style Manual. 7th ed. Boston : Bedford/St. Martin s, IVCC Style Book Recommended: a college-level dictionary and thesaurus Other materials: Notecards, folder for research paper, flash (USB) drive. Technology Requirements: The online course system used for the course is called Blackboard. You will need a computer with an Internet connection, a web browser, and a word processor with capability for documents and presentations; and Zoom for video conferencing (a link will be available from Blackboard). You can access the course from the first day of the class. Access to and use of Student Help Desk at IVCC in D- 201/telephone / Use of IVCC Student Account Access to and use of IVCC Jacobs Library and the Learning Commons 2

3 Course Structure This course is a blended course, which means that the coursework is divided between face-toface and online components. The workload is the same as a traditional classroom course. The course meets from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. on Wednesdays in E-214. In addition to meeting face-to-face in class one day a week, this course uses the Blackboard Learning Management System. If you are unfamiliar with Blackboard, do not be concerned. The class will complete orientation activities during the first two weeks in class and in the online portion of the course. Other than your textbooks and library research materials, all course materials will be made available through Blackboard. To log into Blackboard, your username is your K-number listed on the bottom of your ID card. (You can also find this by going to the WebAdvisor Login page and clicking on What's My User ID. ) Your initial password is your seven digit student number. For other questions, visit the Student Help Desk s Blackboard page. The class is divided into six units: 1) Welcome, Orientation and Getting Started with Literary Analysis, 2) Fiction and Documentation, 3) Using Sources and Research Paper, 4) Drama, 5) Poetry, and 6) Course Wrap-Up. Each unit will consist of readings, quizzes, guided writing assignments, discussions, revisions, and reflections. Some work will be completed individually, while other work will be conducted with partners or small groups. A tentative schedule for the entire semester is currently available to you in Blackboard; in addition, a specific schedule for each unit will be available to you in Assignment Folders in Blackboard. Additional readings and work may be assigned during the semester. Changes in the schedule of assignments, due dates etc. will be announced in class/blackboard. All work must be submitted via Blackboard. Most files for this class must be saved and submitted as.doc or.docx. (Microsoft Word s latest default file is.docx.) You are responsible for remembering to save and upload files in these formats. Files saved/uploaded in the wrong format, submitted late, or that cannot be opened by the instructor may receive a zero grade or point deduction. More information is included in the essay and process work sections in this syllabus. If you use a different word processing program, use the SAVE AS option to save as a Word file. (If you re unsure how to save in these formats, please contact the Student Help Desk.) Within Blackboard, your submission will display in the viewing window (middle of your computer screen) to assure it is correctly uploaded. If you need assistance, contact the Student Help Desk , room D

4 Grading Criteria and Methods of Evaluation Graded Essays (85%) You will be writing four essays, including a full-length research essay, this semester. The course grade percentage, general focus and length of each essay are listed below. Essay 1: Diagnostic Essay -- Character Analysis (at least 700 words, 2 pages minimum, plus the Works Cited page) Worth 10 points. In addition to serving as a diagnostic, this essay may be evaluated by the student toward the end of the semester. Essay 2: Thematic Analysis Essay (4 pages) 20 percent of course grade Essay 3: Research Paper (2,500 words minimum, 10 pages) 45 percent Essay 4: Drama Analysis (4 pages) 20 percent Please note: You must submit final drafts of all essays to pass this course. Essay Policies 1. Essays will be evaluated according to the standards in the IVCC Stylebook and the specific criteria outlined for each essay in the assignment. Essays must be each student s own work. Plagiarism has serious consequences, so if you borrow any information, ideas, or words from other source/s, the source/s must be clearly acknowledged in your writing to avoid a failing grade. Essays that are plagiarized may receive 0 points. Revision for plagiarism is not allowed. Do be aware of the impact of your grades on your financial aid. 2. Focus on the writing process. Because the course emphasizes the whole writing process, including revision, you will be required to work through both an initial draft for peer revision and a final draft of each essay. Students are expected to do substantial editing and revising (including visits to the Writing Center) as part of the writing process before the essay is turned in to be graded. Think of the initial draft, not as a rough draft, but as a final draft, which you will have the chance to revise. 3. Complete the initial draft on time. A complete initial draft will be worth points that will count toward your Miscellaneous Work grade. If your initial draft is shorter than ¾ the required length of the final essay or if it is "rough" or sloppy, the draft will be counted as late and will not be awarded points. The draft should be typed. You will rely primarily on yourself, your peers and class discussion for ideas to revise your initial draft. The instructor also is available to discuss papers, including initial drafts. A printed copy of the initial draft must be brought to class on initial draft dates. In addition, a copy of the draft must be posted in the Blackboard assignment for drafts. Initial drafts must be submitted by class time on the due date and students must participate in peer revision during class to receive points. When an assignment requires peer review to be completed online, drafts must be submitted by the due date and peer review must be completed and submitted by the due date to receive points. 4. Turn in a completed final draft on time. All final drafts to be graded must be typed, follow the guidelines in IVCC s Style Book and be posted electronically in Blackboard on the due date specified. Save all essays as a Microsoft Word document (preferred) or a 4

5 format accepted by Blackboard. Required process work must be submitted on time as well. Essays posted in Blackboard are submitted through SafeAssign, a plagiarism detection service. 5. Late essays, incomplete essays and other deductions. Late essays or essays without process work will be penalized. If either a printed or electronic version is late, an essay will be penalized one letter grade (10 percentage points if on a 100-point scale) for each 24 hours, starting at the beginning of the class on the scheduled due date. In addition, files saved/uploaded in the wrong format, submitted in the wrong Blackboard link, or that cannot be opened by the instructor may receive a zero grade or point deduction. Significant deductions also are made for essays that do not meet the length requirements, that do not use the require number of sources and/or that have errors in documentation. 6. Students should save all work including the graded papers (with my comments) and grading sheets until the end of semester. Maintain a copy of your grades. If you have questions, review and discuss your graded paper/assignment with me within one week of having received it. Process Work (10%) Process work may include informal writing (both in class and out of class), exercises, initial drafts, conferences, reading and responding to other students writing through peer revision and any other work done in the process of completing the essays required for this class. Your process work grade also may include both announced and unannounced quizzes and general participation. Out-of-class process work assignments will be due at the beginning of class for face-to-face or in Blackboard at the date and time specified by the instructor. Any process work that fails to meet the requirements of the assignment or that is not turned in when it is due will receive no credit. Missed process work assignments cannot be made up. Files submitted to Blackboard must be submitted in the proper format. (Process work should not be ed). Electronic versions of assignments unable to be opened because of technical problems or due to incorrect format will bear a penalty. In addition, assignments posted in incorrect links will bear a penalty. Check Blackboard to make sure that a) you are posting the correct final draft/correct document, b.) your work is posted in.docx or the required format, and c.) that your work is posted in the designated link. Incorrect postings may receive a failing grade. See additional information in the Course Structure section of the syllabus. Your process work grade for the semester will be based on the percentage of the possible points for which you receive credit: % A 80-89% B 70-79% C 60-69% D 0-59% F. 5

6 Group Project (5 percent) A group project covering poetry will be assigned. Group members will be evaluated on presentation, content, and group member evaluations. Assessment Course work that is not submitted will receive a 0, not an F. Final course grades and essay grades will be calculated using the following scale: percent = A, percent = B, percent = C, percent = D, 0-59 percent =F. All essays must be submitted to pass the class. Essays are evaluated according to the standards in the IVCC Stylebook with additional information provided in the Essay Policies in this course syllabus. Evaluation of other written work will follow standards stipulated in the assignment and of IVCC English faculty for format, grading, and plagiarism as outlined in the IVCC Stylebook. Other Student Requirements and Responsibilities Attendance Policy Regular attendance is required to pass this course. Students who arrive late or leave early will not be counted present. Students receive no credit for process work due on dates when they are absent, including in-class quizzes. When you are absent, you still are responsible for what is covered in your absence. Absences may result in a lowered class grade (10 percent of the final grade), and more than three absences may result in a withdrawal from the course without warning or in failure of the course if after the withdrawal date. Students who are disruptive in class will be asked to leave for the day. A student who is asked to leave is counted as absent for the day. For the online portion of the course, students are expected to log in and participate at least twice a week. The number of log-ins and the time spent may depend on each student s prior knowledge, time spent to master material and time to complete tasks. Just like in the face-to-face component of class, active participation is a must in the online class. Throughout the semester, students must log in to ENG via Blackboard to complete assignments, to study assigned materials; and to post completed assignments in designated areas by the scheduled due date and time; in addition, students must check the student account regularly and respond in a timely manner. Only logging into the course does not qualify as class participation; lack of timely and active participation, lack of completion of course work as per requirements, and lack of responding to instructor s message/s will lead to a lowered grade. Do be aware of the impact of attendance and participation on financial aid and insurance. Withdrawal Policy It is the student responsibility to initiate a withdrawal from class. The deadline for withdrawal is Monday, April 10. By completing the form in the Records Office or through the form located within WebAdvisor, the student is authorizing IVCC to remove him/her from the course. Entering the student ID number serves as the student s electronic signature. The instructor 6

7 reserves the right to withdraw students for non-attendance, failing to complete work in a timely manner and conduct. IVCC has the right to rescind a withdrawal in cases of academic dishonesty or at the instructor s discretion. Students should be aware of the impact of a withdrawal on full-time status for insurance purposes and for financial aid. It is highly recommended that students meet with their instructor or a counselor before withdrawing from a class to discuss if a withdrawal is the best course of action for that particular student. Documentation, Plagiarism and Cheating Much of the work you complete this semester will include borrowing from and documenting primary and secondary sources. Class activities will focus on using and documenting sources. Documentation, that is, giving full credit to a source, is an absolute requirement. Failure to do so is plagiarism; plagiarism can destroy your credibility as a writer and is grounds for failing the assignment. In some cases, plagiarism can result in failure of the course. The IVCC Student Handbook, section V of Student Rights and Responsibilities, defines plagiarism as, using the words or ideas of another as one s own either on purpose or unintentionally. This includes, but is not limited to, copying whole, portions, or the paraphrasing (rewording) of passages or information from any source in any academic exercise (written or oral) without giving credit to the author or source using an appropriate citation style. Students must be able to prove that their work is their own. Computer Lab The face-to-face portion of class will meet in a college computer lab. While in the computer classroom, students are to work on English work ONLY. Students may not play games, visit social networking sites, send or surf the Net (unless it is part of an assignment). For further guidelines and disciplinary action, see the IVCC Computer Use Policy in the college catalog. Extra Credit Extra credit is available by attending any IVCC event, Diversity presentation or Honors Colloquium and writing a one-page response to that event. The response should not be a summary of what was said or what transpired. Instead, it should be a reflection on how the event impacted the student author who attended. Many events also are listed in the IVCC Cultural Events Calendar, which can be accessed from the IVCC home page. Extra credit also may be earned by writing for IVCC's student newspaper, IV Leader, or literary magazine, River Currents. Other extra credit opportunities may be announced throughout the semester. 7

8 Students may complete up to four extra credit assignments per semester. Extra credit points will be added to the Process Work grade. They will not replace essay grades. Disability Statement You may be eligible for academic accommodations if you have a physical, psychiatric or cognitive disability. If you have a disability and need more information regarding possible accommodations, please contact Tina Hardy at or stop by office C-211. Other Expected Student Behaviors Respect others. Students will respect each other s personal beliefs and be committed to helping each other learn about the texts and themselves. Students also are expected to help other students in improving their writing abilities through one-on-one and group activities. Students who fail to show other students or the instructor respect will receive a warning or may be asked to leave the class. A second infraction may result in withdrawal from the class. Inappropriate conduct in the online environment should be reported to the instructor. Cell phones. Cell phones are permitted in the classroom; however, they should be on silent or vibrate. In an emergency situation, if a student must take a call, the student should quietly leave the room. No texting is allowed during class. Seek extra help if needed. Students may take advantage of the services of an English tutor. Additional help also can be secured in the Writing Center, located in D-201. Technology assistance may be secured at the Student Help Desk, which also is available in D-201, the Learning Commons. Make appointments to visit the instructor during office hours or at other times if the office hours are not convenient for your schedule. Use of student account. For correspondence, use only the IVCC student account. On the subject line of the , always mention your course number, section, and subject. You are required to always carbon copy the to yourself too. Special circumstances. Requests regarding any special circumstances (like hospitalization, etc.) must be submitted to the instructor in writing, in a timely manner, along with required proof/documentation. Student will to be required to meet with the instructor. Communication. An online course demands clarity and courteousness in all communication. Students are required to demonstrate appropriate tone and language in Discussion Board, team work, online, and in all correspondence and communication. Follow the rules of classroom behavior, netiquette, and extend courteousness to all IVCC staff and students. Commitment. This course requires a constant commitment and discipline from students, so be ready to challenge yourself. Log into the Blackboard often to check for announcements and assignments. Manage your time for attending your virtual classroom, participating, and completing reading, reflecting, researching, writing, reviewing, and revising assignments. Complete your work promptly. Do not fall behind because of confusion. Contact me if you have any questions or need help. Feedback. I value your timely feedback about your learning, my teaching, and our college. Each day provides an opportunity for participation, questions, answers, and comments. I hope 8

9 you will be an active participant in your learning process and will enjoy the exciting world of learning at Illinois Valley Community College. Read and understand this course outline. The course outline serves as a contract between the instructor and the student. Students who enroll in the course should understand and be ready to comply with the policies listed in the outline. 9

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