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Schedule, Fall 2014
  • Mondays
  • 13h00 - 16h00
  • 8 Jan - 23 April
Calendar . / Resources .
Please address all correspondance about this course to
  • 0040 Pav. Fac. Am√©nagement
  • Final Exam: April. 23rd, B-4265¬† Pav. 3200 J.-Brillant
  • Course Plan


Class notes, April 16th, last class


Instructions and Evaluation criteria for the first essay

Preview of the midterm exam (this is from a previous semester and will probably be changed somewhat)

Links for Use in Class

The Death of Expertise -- a good article for analysis (check out the conclusion)

'Corporations Are People' Is Built on an Incredible 19th-Century Lie (structure close to topic sentences and three main points; note the paragraphing and the structure of the intro)

College Writing and the Five-Paragraph Essay (UNC Writing Center)

Online writing services . . . . essay example

more bad grammar (pitiful, from a site called "")

more on "thus vs therefore" (the above included)

a very elementary overview of the five-paragraph essay, with an example about camping

sample essay: The Three Africas

an insightful criticism of the five-paragraph essay from The Writing Center at UNC


Ain't that a shame -- Songs with "ain't" in the title (my point with this is about teaching philosophy)

The Connected Communicator


Types of Writing

My list of additions, in progress: Episotlary, Reporting facts and events,

Narrative, Expository, Technical, Persuasive

Four Different Types of Writing Styles: Expository, Descriptive, Persuasive, and Narrative

All Kinds of Writing

Four Different Kinds of Writing Styles (an example of bad writing -- but you have to see why)

The Different Types of Emails

A longer list

The Different Types of Essays




Readings ~ a collection of texts that we will use for examples, analysis, and perhaps topics for some writing tasks

A Collection of Resources for My Writing Courses

Some principles and overviews











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Plagiarism ~ Be informed!

Dictionaries and Writing Sites



Five Paragraph Essays

A five-paragraph essay can be considered as a three-point essay with an intro and a conclusion -- each of the three body paragraphs makes one point. Why three? Maybe just a set of three has something to do with it. Check this out.

pdf . . (that's 34MB so you should right click and "save as")