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 This course helps students develop competence in written communication by practicing writing clear sentences and paragraphs. Students learn how to recognize and use sentence patterns and to write coherent paragraphs containing a topic sentence, idea development, and a strong conclusion. Students complete a variety of writing assignments and develop skills in creative writing and expository writing.
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 EUnderstand the Pre-Writing Process
 EDevelop effective sentences
 EWrite a paragraph
 EIdentify patterns of development in paragraphs
 EBegin to develop the ability to revise onefs own work
 EProduce and assemble a portfolio of original poetry
 
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 1 Orientation; Project: Japan A,B,C (Introduction)
 2 Capital Letters; What is a Sentence?; Simple Sentences
 3 And, But, & Or; Compound Sentences 1; Compound Sentences 2
 4 Because and So; Complex Sentences; Subject-Verb Agreement
 5 Tense Agreement; Singular and Plural Nouns
 6 Project: Japan A,B,C (Presentation)
 7 Poetry: Couplet; Triplet; Quatrain
 8 Poetry: Acrostic; Haiku
 9 Poetry: Cinquain; Diamante
 10 Composition: Advantages & Disadvantages
 11 Composition: Love-Hate Relationships
 12 Composition: Compare & Contrast
 13 Composition: Then & Now
 14 Composition: Problems & Solutions
 15 Composition: For & Against
 
 Detailed class syllabus and schedule will be provided on the first day of class.
 
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 • Teacher will introduce key elements of good academic writing
 • Techer will provide two-paragraph model composition for students to identify key vocabulary, transition devices, and sentence structures
 • Students will use this model and new language to write compositions of their own
 
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 Japan ABC Project (1X10) 10%
 Poetry Writing (7X6) 42%
 Composition Writing (6X8) 48%
 
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 Ian Munby & Dorothy E. Zemach, Read to Write Compositions, BTB Press, SBN 978-4-905088-52-3 B5
 
 Supplementary handouts will be provided by the teacher.
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 Students can contact their teacher by email (pandey@yamanashi.ac.jp) for course help, study advice, or to submit assignments.

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