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Literary Analysis Paper [Composition], Lauren Navarro Sep 2018

Literary Analysis Paper [Composition], Lauren Navarro

Open Educational Resources

This ENG 102 assignment was developed in the context of CTL sponsored Learning Matters Mini-grant awarded to the English Department. The primary purpose was to assist full-time and part-time faculty in the Department with revising ENG 102 course materials to align with the Inquiry and Problem Solving (IPS) Core Competency and Written Communication Ability. This goal was achieved through several workshops, a programmatic benchmark reading, and a two-phase departmental review process that prepared assignments to be submitted to the Learning Matters Assignment Library. The mini-grant has been invaluable in helping to bring both full-time and adjunct faculty into departmental conversations ...


Critical Research Paper: Using Literature To Explore Deindustrialization In The American Rust Belt [Composition], Jacqueline Jones Jul 2018

Critical Research Paper: Using Literature To Explore Deindustrialization In The American Rust Belt [Composition], Jacqueline Jones

Open Educational Resources

This ENG 102 assignment was developed in the context of CTL sponsored Learning Matters Mini-grant awarded to the English Department. The primary purpose was to assist full-time and part-time faculty in the Department with revising ENG 102 course materials to align with the Inquiry and Problem Solving (IPS) Core Competency and Written Communication Ability. This goal was achieved through several workshops, a programmatic benchmark reading, and a two-phase departmental review process that prepared assignments to be submitted to the Learning Matters Assignment Library. The mini-grant has been invaluable in helping to bring both full-time and adjunct faculty into departmental conversations ...


A Literary Argument Developed With Scholarly Research For Eng102 [Composition], Robin Bromley Jul 2018

A Literary Argument Developed With Scholarly Research For Eng102 [Composition], Robin Bromley

Open Educational Resources

This assignment was developed in the context of CTL sponsored Learning Matters Mini-grant awarded to the English Department. The primary purpose was to assist full-time and part-time faculty in the Department with revising ENG 102 course materials to align with the Inquiry and Problem Solving (IPS) Core Competency and Written ability. This goal was achieved through several workshops, a programmatic benchmark reading, and a departmental review process that prepared assignments to be submitted for the CTL Assignment Library. The assignment underwent a two-phase review process. In the first round, the grant leader, Dr. Anita Baksh, suggested feedback for revision. Then ...


Valuing Women’S Contributions: Team Projects And Collaborative Writing, Jennifer C. Mallette, Harold Ackler Jun 2018

Valuing Women’S Contributions: Team Projects And Collaborative Writing, Jennifer C. Mallette, Harold Ackler

Materials Science and Engineering Faculty Publications and Presentations

Team projects offer opportunities for student engineers to learn how to work on a team and produce collaborative written reports. However, research has shown that women often do more writing during these projects, and that their writing labor is unrecognized or undervalued, particularly when the technical work is viewed as more essential. In this paper, we examine the results of a study focused on the writing component in a year-long senior capstone materials science and engineering (MSE) course sequence. This course requires students to complete projects for clients and produce a written report, among other deliverables. To focus more on ...


The Royal Review: 2017-2018, Pollyana Andrews Jun 2018

The Royal Review: 2017-2018, Pollyana Andrews

The Royal Review

The twenty-seventh annual Alumni Supper found the Reception Room of Kellenberg building filled with alumni, faculty, friends, and family. One of the scholarship winners, Mary A.K.T. Gallagher, was also present among the crowd of English lovers. The supper was held on Friday, September 22, 2017, and commenced at five o’clock in the evening. The night began with a brief introduction from Dr. Robert Kinpoitner. Several things were brought up for discussion, and among those were the possibility of becoming a university, possible implementation of a trimester system, and the film festival. Writer-in-Residence, Barbara Novack, also spoke about ...


Newfoundland And Irish Music: Synonymous Or Similar?, Kathryn E. Krajewski May 2018

Newfoundland And Irish Music: Synonymous Or Similar?, Kathryn E. Krajewski

Celebration of Learning

This paper explores how Newfoundland music was influenced by not only Irish music, but English music as well. Some background on the connections and relationship Newfoundland had with England and Ireland is provided before delving into the influence these countries had on Newfoundland music. Musical examples are included to illustrate how the songs of Newfoundland have both similarities and differences to the music of Ireland and England.


"This Dreadful Web": Alienation And Miscommunication In The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, Debbie Clark May 2018

"This Dreadful Web": Alienation And Miscommunication In The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, Debbie Clark

Senior Theses

Victor Hugo's novel The Hunchback of Notre Dame hinges on the idea of fate and characters being caught up in situations and fantasies that seem to be out of their control. Esmeralda is the fly caught in Frollo’s web, and yet her beauty and allure attracts and ensnares him in turn. Quasimodo is ensnared by Esmeralda’s beauty but also by society’s perceptions of him. The characters in Hunchback are so caught up in the webs of fantasies and perceptions spun by themselves or society that they can no longer communicate effectively with others, resulting in alienation ...


Fanfiction As A Form With Merit, Alyssandra Holmes May 2018

Fanfiction As A Form With Merit, Alyssandra Holmes

Honors Theses, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Fanfiction is a form of writing with a vast wealth of merits, and it should be respected as a unique and valuable literary genre. I have read a number of scholarly articles written regarding fanfiction, analyzed certain works and my own experiences within the fan community, and considered original media in order to construct my defense of fanfiction's value as a literary form. Fanfiction has an unfortunately poor reputation, given the unique advantages it provides to authors. Fanfiction is an egalitarian learning tool, with a thriving community and a significant impact upon the individuals engaging with fanfiction creation. Fanfiction ...


From Heo To Zir: A History Of Gender Expression In The English Language, Brodie Robinson Apr 2018

From Heo To Zir: A History Of Gender Expression In The English Language, Brodie Robinson

Senior Honors Theses

With the growing presence of the LGBTQ+ community on the global stage, the matter of gender has been rushed to the forefront of the public consciousness. News outlets have hotly debated the topic of gender expression, a topic which has motivated mass demonstrations and acts of violence, and this has promoted a linguistic conversation at the international level.

This thesis is intended to provide the historical context for the contemporary debate on gender expression in the English language, and explores both the grammatical background (the Indo-European origins of linguistic gender, the development of the modern pronoun system, etc.) and the ...


Michalski Ma Portfolio: Finding My Path, Victoria L. Michalski Apr 2018

Michalski Ma Portfolio: Finding My Path, Victoria L. Michalski

Master of Arts in English Plan II Graduate Projects

This portfolio is the culmination of my work in the English Teaching specialty Master's program at Bowling Green State University. In addition to the works I produced for my classes and subsequently re-wrote for my portfolio, I've added an analytical reflection about my growth and evolution during my studies in the English MA program, and about overcoming my difficulties until I finally found the connection between English and historical interests that I sorely needed in order to heighten my enthusiasm and motivation. This reflection brings together the reasons I chose the works in my portfolio to represent my ...


College Esl Writers: Applied Grammar And Composing Strategies For Success, Barbara Hall, Elizabeth Wallace Apr 2018

College Esl Writers: Applied Grammar And Composing Strategies For Success, Barbara Hall, Elizabeth Wallace

English Open Textbooks

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College ESL Writers: Applied Grammar and Composing Strategies for Success is designed as a comprehensive grammar and writing etext for high intermediate and advanced level non-native speakers of English. We open the text with a discussion on the sentence and then break it down into its elemental components, before reconstructing them into effective sentences with paragraphs and larger academic assignments. Following that, we provide instruction in paragraph and essay writing with several opportunities to both review the fundamentals as well as to demonstrate mastery and move on to more challenging assignments.

We have structured the etext into three ...


King Alfred In Early-Modern And Enlightenment Britain: Historiographical Precursors To The Victorian Cult Of Alfred, Ian King Apr 2018

King Alfred In Early-Modern And Enlightenment Britain: Historiographical Precursors To The Victorian Cult Of Alfred, Ian King

Senior Theses and Projects

No abstract provided.


Say It Ain't So: An Analysis Of The Etymology And The Colloquial Usage Of "Ain't", Abbey Johnson Apr 2018

Say It Ain't So: An Analysis Of The Etymology And The Colloquial Usage Of "Ain't", Abbey Johnson

Judith Ramaley Undergraduate Research Celebration 2018

No abstract provided.


The Reality Of Escape In Fantasy, Abbigail Mazour Mar 2018

The Reality Of Escape In Fantasy, Abbigail Mazour

Honors Theses, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

This paper seeks to examine the instances of escape experienced by the characters in popular fantasy novels such as The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter and looks at how this escape teaches its audiences lessons about the real world and philosophical truths. It answers the question of whether or not fantasy is escape and why, accepting fantasy as escapist, this genre—and escape itself—is valuable to its audiences. The method for completing this project was a close analysis of the primary texts The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter along with the research and writing done ...


Mathematics, Writing, And Rhetoric: Deep Thinking In First-Year Learning Communities, Christine Von Renesse, Jennifer Digrazia Jan 2018

Mathematics, Writing, And Rhetoric: Deep Thinking In First-Year Learning Communities, Christine Von Renesse, Jennifer Digrazia

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

Through the process of combining two seemingly unlikely bedfellows, mathematics and composition, two instructors explain how rhetoric connects the art of writing and the art of doing mathematics in an inquiry-based learning community. Combining these two courses in a learning community enables students and instructors to practice the deep thinking valued by each instructor and by a traditional liberal arts education while challenging both our and our students’ individual, disciplinary, and rhetorical conventions and beliefs. Using student writing from our course, our assignments from mathematics and composition, and survey evaluation results, we demonstrate how engaging in inquiry-based education provides unconventional ...


Eng 3402 -001: Methods Of Teaching Literature In Secondary Schools, Donna Binns Jan 2018

Eng 3402 -001: Methods Of Teaching Literature In Secondary Schools, Donna Binns

Spring 2018

No abstract provided.


Tha 3800-001: Dramaturgy, Christopher Wixson Jan 2018

Tha 3800-001: Dramaturgy, Christopher Wixson

Spring 2018

No abstract provided.


Wst 4309-001: Feminist Theory, Jeannie Ludlow Jan 2018

Wst 4309-001: Feminist Theory, Jeannie Ludlow

Spring 2018

No abstract provided.


Eng 1000-001: Fundamentals Of College Comp, Denise Preston Jan 2018

Eng 1000-001: Fundamentals Of College Comp, Denise Preston

Spring 2018

No abstract provided.


Eng 1000-002: Fundamentals Of College Comp, Denise Preston Jan 2018

Eng 1000-002: Fundamentals Of College Comp, Denise Preston

Spring 2018

No abstract provided.


Eng 1000-003: Fundamentals Of College Comp, Charles Wharram Jan 2018

Eng 1000-003: Fundamentals Of College Comp, Charles Wharram

Spring 2018

No abstract provided.


Eng 1001g-002: College Composition I, Michael Kuo Jan 2018

Eng 1001g-002: College Composition I, Michael Kuo

Spring 2018

No abstract provided.


Eng 1001g-003: College Composition L, Lucinda Berry Jan 2018

Eng 1001g-003: College Composition L, Lucinda Berry

Spring 2018

No abstract provided.


Eng 1001g-004: College Composition I, Jeannie Ludlow Jan 2018

Eng 1001g-004: College Composition I, Jeannie Ludlow

Spring 2018

No abstract provided.


Eng 1001g-005: College Composition I, Marjorie Worthington Jan 2018

Eng 1001g-005: College Composition I, Marjorie Worthington

Spring 2018

No abstract provided.


Eng 1002g-001: College Composition Ii, Robert Martinez Jan 2018

Eng 1002g-001: College Composition Ii, Robert Martinez

Spring 2018

No abstract provided.


Eng 1002g-003: College Composition Ii, Carol Dudley Jan 2018

Eng 1002g-003: College Composition Ii, Carol Dudley

Spring 2018

No abstract provided.


Eng 1002g-004: College Composition Ii, Michael Kuo Jan 2018

Eng 1002g-004: College Composition Ii, Michael Kuo

Spring 2018

No abstract provided.


Eng 1002g-005: College Composition Ii, Robin Murray Jan 2018

Eng 1002g-005: College Composition Ii, Robin Murray

Spring 2018

No abstract provided.


Eng 1002g-007: College Composition Ii, Carol Dudley Jan 2018

Eng 1002g-007: College Composition Ii, Carol Dudley

Spring 2018

No abstract provided.