What we did in class, today – I announced that students who write a response essay on Monday, June 10, at 11:00-11:50 in N5-102 or at 12:00 to 1:00 in W4-203 after the Eid will have the lowest of the four response essay marks dropped. (The date has been changed due to the Eid, next week.) However, students are not required to do this. I also explained that students who choose to write only the three response essays during regularly scheduled class time will not have the lowest mark of the three response essays dropped. The opportunity to write a fourth essay is a one time offer. Anyone not writing the response essay on June 10 at 11:00 in N5-102 or at 12:00 in W4-203 will not be given another chance to do so, regardless of the reason they do not come at 11:00 or 12:00 on June 10.
Students completed Pearson Pearson 3.5 Apply: Model Document and 3.5 Apply in class
- Go to Google Docs folder ENGL 100 Section 1 – Practice Response Essay 2 or ENGL 100 Sections 6 and 52 – Practice Response Essay 2 and write an essay in response to the writing prompt. There is no grade; it is just a practice. You can download your completed essay as a Word file to your USB and get feedback from Mrs. Salwa, Ms. Bushra or your instructor, today, if Ms. Bushra or Mrs. Salwa have a free slot..
- .Go to Google Docs folder ENGL 100 Section 1 – Response Essay 1 or ENGL 100 Sections 6 and 52 – Response Essay 1 and download the essay as a Word file to your USB and get feedback from Mrs. Salwa or Ms. Bushra if they have a free slot, today.
- Read ‘Technology and Crime’ (pp. 424-434 in the Pearson eText) before Monday, June 10.
What we will do in class, Sunday, (June 9) – Students will write In-Class Response Essay 2 in class. Writing prompts will be based on ‘Students Vulnerable to Computer Gaming Addiction’ (pp. 232-234 in In Concert, Pearson’s eText).
For each 30-minute tutoring session in the English Department’s Writing Lab located on the first floor of the GUST Library, you will receive 0.5% extra credit per tutoring session if you stay the entire 30 minutes and if you work sincerely. You may receive tutoring with your writing assignments. To receive help with your writing assignments, you must bring a soft (electronic) copy of your rough draft on a flash memory as well as a hard (photocopy) copy of the rough draft. The English Department’s Writing Lab is normally open from 9:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. during Ramadan in N2-103 on the first floor of the GUS Library. The maximum extra credit you can earn is 5%. Your participation must be documented on the Bonus Credit Form for English Dept Writing Lab Tutoring. (This form is also available in MyGUST and can be downloaded from there.)