The following schedule is subject to change:

Week 1 M 01/29 Course introductions
W 01/31 Genre and Audience

DUE: Navigating Genres

Week 2 M 02/05 Resumes and Cover Letters


Memo #1 (Literacy Narrative)
Locate and print at least 2 internship or job ads you will be qualified for upon graduation
Look over the sources on Resumes and Cover Letters on the course website

W 02/07 Peer Review
DUE: Resume and Cover Letter Draft 1, Bring 3 copies to class
Week 3 M 02/12 NO CLASS
W 02/14 Writing for a General Audience: Annotated Bibliographies
Resume and Cover Letter Final Draft (New Due Date 02/16)
Read About Annotated Bibliographies
Week 4 T 02/20 Classes Follow Monday Schedule
Writing for a General Audience:
DUE: Annotated Bibliography (Feeder) Draft 1
W 02/21 General Audience: Understanding Audience
Find a publication for your Op-Ed
Read Consider Your Audience and What to Think About
Week 5 M 02/26 General Audience: Incorporating Sources
Read Annoying Ways People Use Sources
Annotated Bibliography (Feeder) Final Draft
W 02/28 General Audience: Peer Review
DUE: Article Draft 1, Bring three copies to class
Week 6 M 03/05 General Audience: Incorporating Visuals
DUE: Read Breaking Down an Image
W 03/07 General Audience Conclusion/Conference Project Introduction
DUE: Article Final Draft
Week 7 M 03/12 Conference Project: Proposals

DUE: Find two Calls for Papers, print and bring to class

W 03/14 Conference: Literature Review
Read Lit Review Guidlines and Part 1
Conference Proposal (Feeder) responding to CFP
Week 8 M 03/19 Conference: Peer Review
Bring 3 sources for Lit Review to class
Read Looking for Trouble
W 03/21 Conference: How is a Conference Paper different from a Research Paper?
Literature Review (Feeder) Draft 1
Read Conference Papers
Week 9 M 03/26 Conference Project: Continue Discussion on the Genre
W 03/28 Conference Project: Peer Review/Elevator Pitch
Conference Paper Draft 1, Bring 3 Copies to Class
Week 10
M 04/02 NO CLASS
W 04/04 NO CLASS
Week 11 M 04/09 Grants: Introduction and Problem Statement
Create Groups- Brainstorm Ideas, GANNT Chart
Read Grant Proposals
W 04/11 NO CLASS
Conference Paper Final Draft
Literature Review (Feeder) Final
Week 12 M 04/16 Grants: Budgets and S.M.A.R.T. Goals
Completed GANNT Chart
Problem Statement (Feeder)
Find 1 Prospective Grant per person
W 04/18 Grants: Project Narratives and Incorporating Sources

DUE: Find 1 unique source per person, bring to class

Week 13 M 04/23 Grants: Peer Review
Project Narrative Rough Draft
W 04/25 Grants: TBA
Week 14 M 04/30 Grants: Presenting Your Grant Proposal
DUE: Read PowerPoint is Evil
W 05/02 Grants: Presentation Workshop
Project Narrative Final Draft
Week 15 M 05/07 Introduce Final Portfolio
Grant Presentations
W 05/09 Grant Presentations
Memo #2 Group Evaluation
Week 16 M 05/14 Writing Reflections/ Any final grant presentations
W 05/16 Final Portfolio Workshop