Integrated reading and writing II

Personal experiences Experiences of people you know

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Personal experiences

  • Experiences of people you know

  • Information you have learned in school

  • Information you have learned about from a book, movie, or show

  • The ideas in the articles from your Reading Final Exam:

    1. “Kids with a Cause” by Cathy Gulli
    2. “Mandatory Volunteerism for Students is a Farce” by Carlos Ramos-Mrosovsky.


    A. Methods

    1. Individualized assessment of progress in sentence structure and editing skills

    1. Lab lessons and workshops, online exercises, tests, and quizzes on grammar and mechanics

    1. Assessment of written responses to reading

    2. Evaluation of essays

    3. Frequency and quality of class participation

    4. Final exam assessing reading and writing

    B. Frequency

    1. Monthly individualized assessments by instructor and weekly individualized assessments by instructional assistants

    2. Weekly lab work with instructional assistants

    3. Bi-monthly assessment of written responses to reading

    4. Bi-monthly evaluation of essays

    5. Weekly assessment of frequency and quality of class participation

    6. One final exam


    1. Anker, Susan. Real Writing. 5th ed. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2009.

    2. Houston, Jeanne Wakatsuki, and James D. Houston. Farewell to Manzanar. New York: Dell Laurel-Leaf-Random House, 1973.

    3. Las Positas College English Department Faculty, eds. Mind Readings: Short Essays for Reading, Reasoning, and Writing. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2010.


    1. Computer memory device

    2. Print card

    Creation Date:

    Revision Date: 11/10/10; 4/11/11

    Date Approved by Curriculum Committee: 5/09/2011

    Date Approved by Board of Trustees: 6/18/2011

    Effective Date: Fall 2011

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