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A Final Master's Portfolio, Martha Stai Dec 2020

A Final Master's Portfolio, Martha Stai

Master of Arts in English Plan II Graduate Projects

The following portfolio is submitted to meet the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in the field of English with a specialization in English Teaching through Bowling Green State University. The pieces selected for the portfolio range from analysis to pedagogy. Selections include two substantive research essays, a writing-based unit plan, and a critical essay, all of which reflect the rigor and analysis required in the courses at Bowling Green State University.


Beat The Church Crowd, Evelyn Alston Tyer May 2020

Beat The Church Crowd, Evelyn Alston Tyer

Honors Theses

Beat the Church Crowd is a collection of poems that explores a variety of topics and themes, from personal family legacy and natural disasters to bestiary, ekphrastic, and southern locale poems. It is divided into four sections: “Blue Danube,” “Anecdotes,” “Urban Legends,” and “Something Worth Protecting.” While the subject matter and forms of the poems vary, the common thread weaving each poem to the next is the slight touch of the macabre.


Religion In George R.R. Martin's "A Song Of Ice And Fire" Franchise, Sydney A. Craven May 2020

Religion In George R.R. Martin's "A Song Of Ice And Fire" Franchise, Sydney A. Craven

Honors Theses

This thesis is a study of religion in George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire franchise. Specifically, George R.R. Martin's use of medievalisms, his interpretation of the Middle Ages, when creating the religions in A Song of Ice and Fire.


The Hair You Wished To Comb, Sarah Barch May 2020

The Hair You Wished To Comb, Sarah Barch

Honors Theses

This thesis is a collection of poems exploring gender and trauma in Greek mythology by retelling classical stories in a female voice.


Kennesaw State University English Majors At Work: Careers In Unexpected Places Description Of The Problem, Pearl Harris May 2020

Kennesaw State University English Majors At Work: Careers In Unexpected Places Description Of The Problem, Pearl Harris

Master of Arts in Professional Writing Capstones

This thesis examines the careers of three graduates of Kennesaw State University’s Bachelor of Arts in English program. Through a semi-structured interview process which relied on the memory of participants, information was gained about skills employers sought for specific positions, skills interview participants utilized in those positions, and skills participants learned in the Bachelor of Arts in English program at Kennesaw State University. The goal of the study was to learn and connect the skills and abilities of the English majors to their job titles and responsibilities.


The Roadmap: Exploring T.S. Eliot’S The Waste Land With World War One Literature, Matthew Bennett May 2020

The Roadmap: Exploring T.S. Eliot’S The Waste Land With World War One Literature, Matthew Bennett

Undergraduate Honors Theses

Through careful analysis paired with poetry, war memoirs, and novels from the same period, one can break down T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land to recognize the impact of The Great War on the world's modern memory while pondering the possibility of memory as a tool to overcome trauma.


The George Eliot Archive: Current Reception & Comparison Of Dh Projects 2020, Mackenzie Burch, Beverley Rilett Apr 2020

The George Eliot Archive: Current Reception & Comparison Of Dh Projects 2020, Mackenzie Burch, Beverley Rilett

UCARE Research Products

• Current legal gray area for digital collections: An exception for public libraries and archives as educational tools exists for copyright infringement, but digital archives are not currently protected by this exception unless they can prove that the content is transformative.

• Benefits of archiving scholarship together: Grouping like scholarship together regardless of genre or authorship allows for unique cross-purpose or interdisciplinary connections to be drawn from the collection.

• Humanists of today must devote time and resources to the educational tools and platforms of tomorrow: Without the successful building and completion of means to ensure digital archives can be maintained throughout the ...


Satori 2020, Winona State University Laurance, Sara Severson, Hailey Seipel, Mike Desch, Annette Deyo, Nicole Tompos, Jena Archer, Megan Martin, Abbey Johnson, Carly Weber, Sara Severson, Mike Desch, Kimberly Coffee, Dahlia Garofalo, /Kay/ [No Last Name] Apr 2020

Satori 2020, Winona State University Laurance, Sara Severson, Hailey Seipel, Mike Desch, Annette Deyo, Nicole Tompos, Jena Archer, Megan Martin, Abbey Johnson, Carly Weber, Sara Severson, Mike Desch, Kimberly Coffee, Dahlia Garofalo, /Kay/ [No Last Name]

Satori Literary Magazine

The Satori is a student literary publication that expresses the artistic spirit of the students of Winona State University. Student poetry, prose, and graphic art are published in the Satori every spring since 1970.


Eng 201a: Writing Across The Disciplines Textbook, Steven Bookman Mar 2020

Eng 201a: Writing Across The Disciplines Textbook, Steven Bookman

Open Educational Resources

This textbook is part of an OER Grant for Prof. Bookman's ENG 201A Writing in the Disciplines class in 2019. The emphasis of this class is to have students work on different types of writing with different audiences. Multimodal writing is incorporated into each assignment. The topics for each assignment focus on current news, social media, and personal branding.


The George Eliot Archive: Current Reception & Comparison Of Dh Projects, Mackenzie Burch Feb 2020

The George Eliot Archive: Current Reception & Comparison Of Dh Projects, Mackenzie Burch

Honors Theses, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

As the field of Digital Humanities continues to grow, the projects also continue to develop their own identities with unique goals. The interdisciplinary nature of multimedia projects has allowed DH to develop in a number of different directions. As a research assistant for the George Eliot Archive digital project launched in early 2019 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, it is essential for us to stay current this development in the field of DH.

Through exploring twenty digital projects and archives at various stages of development or establishment, I have gained a cohesive and current snapshot of Digital Humanities projects, and ...


Eiu 4192g-099: Film And Contemporary Society Honors, Robert Martinez Jan 2020

Eiu 4192g-099: Film And Contemporary Society Honors, Robert Martinez

Spring 2020

No abstract provided.


A Poetical Version Of Nearly The Whole Of The Psalms Of David, Charles Wesley Jan 2020

A Poetical Version Of Nearly The Whole Of The Psalms Of David, Charles Wesley

Heritage Material

No abstract provided.


Language Transfer Between English And German: A Phonetics-Based Study Of Interactions Between Speakers' Native And Second-Language Vowel Systems, Emelia Bensonmeyer Jan 2020

Language Transfer Between English And German: A Phonetics-Based Study Of Interactions Between Speakers' Native And Second-Language Vowel Systems, Emelia Bensonmeyer

Scripps Senior Theses

The present study addresses language contact processes in which the phonetic systems of the languages that bilinguals speak interact. Specifically, language transfer with respect to English and German was examined, focusing on native German speakers (L1) who learned English as a second language (L2). It employed as its central method an analysis of their vowel systems, both language-specifically and cross-linguistically. Extralinguistic variables were also considered, ranging from speakers’ age of acquisition (AOA) of English to their length of residence in an English-speaking environment to their consideration of home. Results indicated statistically significant differences between speakers’ production of /ɪ/ and /ʊ ...


We Found Language In A Lonely Place: A Rumination Into Quieting The Fears Of El Students And Quieting Our Own Fears About Effectively Tutoring Them, Zoe Baldwin Dec 2019

We Found Language In A Lonely Place: A Rumination Into Quieting The Fears Of El Students And Quieting Our Own Fears About Effectively Tutoring Them, Zoe Baldwin

Tutor's Column

This text shares the concern that many tutors face in effectively tutoring EL students by helping their confidence as writers, addressing their concerns, and helping them build long-term writing skills. The text will address what tutors can do in their tutoring sessions to help EL students with their writing concerns. There is discussion about some of the most common EL concerns such as grammar, or cohesion. These concerns are met with suggestions such as addressing grammar, talking about the ideas that the writer wants to convey, brainstorming ideas and getting them to write them down, and being mindful of how ...


Technical Report: Solving Global Problems [Composition], Lara V. Kattekola Nov 2019

Technical Report: Solving Global Problems [Composition], Lara V. Kattekola

Open Educational Resources

This assignment was developed as part of a 2018-19 Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) -sponsored Learning Matters Global Learning Mini-grant awarded to support the ENG 259 Technical Writing course. This course is required for engineering students as the second course in their composition sequence to be taken in lieu of ENG 102. The aim of the mini-grant was to integrate LaGuardia’s Global Learning Core Competency into the ENG 259 course via the development of a high stakes global learning assignment. The assignment was developed during the Fall 2018 CTL Learning Matters Mini-Grant seminar meetings led by Drs. Karen ...


Inquiry And Problem Solving In English Composition: Belonging, Exile And Migration [Composition], Phyllis E. Vanslyck Nov 2019

Inquiry And Problem Solving In English Composition: Belonging, Exile And Migration [Composition], Phyllis E. Vanslyck

Open Educational Resources

In the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Meanings of War and its Aftermaths Seminar, offered to LaGuardia Faculty in the 2018-19 academic year, we examined numerous critical essays and literary texts, as well as photographs and documentaries, to gain a more nuanced understanding of the ways war continues to inhabit peoples’ lives. When I began participating in this Seminar, I had already planned a first-semester English Composition course based on the theme, Belonging, Exile, and Migration. Thinking about connections between our readings for the NEH Seminar and my course, I was particularly interested in the ways stories of displacement ...


Freshman Composition, Nicola Mcdonald Oct 2019

Freshman Composition, Nicola Mcdonald

Open Educational Resources

English 110 syllabus


Free Laundry To Snc Aug 2019

Free Laundry To Snc

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Eng 1001g-061: Composition And Language, Glen Davis Aug 2019

Eng 1001g-061: Composition And Language, Glen Davis

Glen Davis

No abstract provided.


Eng 1002g-059: Composition And Literature, Glen Davis Aug 2019

Eng 1002g-059: Composition And Literature, Glen Davis

Glen Davis

No abstract provided.


English Department Source Book, Lisa Roy Davis, Michael Schueth Aug 2019

English Department Source Book, Lisa Roy Davis, Michael Schueth

Book Gallery

This guide provides both practical and theoretical resources for teaching college-level writing. The following pages include basic course descriptions, descriptions of state-mandated student learning outcomes, basic administrative logistics and procedures, grade and attendance reporting, Writing Center referrals, and other information that allows you to more fully focus on teaching successfully. Beyond these basics, this resource also provides a larger discussion of the theoretical foundations and approaches for how we teach. We have added an annotated bibliography as well as sample assignments that spotlight a variety of approaches to teaching composition, argument, research, literature, technical writing, and creative writing.

To associate ...


Eng 1001g-018: College Composition I, Connor York Aug 2019

Eng 1001g-018: College Composition I, Connor York

Fall 2019

No abstract provided.


Eng 1001g-242: College Composition I Dual Credit, Emily Mikuzis Aug 2019

Eng 1001g-242: College Composition I Dual Credit, Emily Mikuzis

Fall 2019

No abstract provided.


Eng 1001g-250: College Composition I Dual Credit, Laura Wagner Aug 2019

Eng 1001g-250: College Composition I Dual Credit, Laura Wagner

Fall 2019

No abstract provided.


Eng 1001g-251: College Composition I Dual Credit, Jacqueline Keeley Aug 2019

Eng 1001g-251: College Composition I Dual Credit, Jacqueline Keeley

Fall 2019

No abstract provided.


Eng 1002g-001: College Composition Ii, Tim Taylor Aug 2019

Eng 1002g-001: College Composition Ii, Tim Taylor

Fall 2019

No abstract provided.


Eng 2205-001: Introduction To Literary Studies, Julie Campbell Aug 2019

Eng 2205-001: Introduction To Literary Studies, Julie Campbell

Fall 2019

No abstract provided.


Eng 4760-600: Special Topics In Professional Writing, Donna Binns Aug 2019

Eng 4760-600: Special Topics In Professional Writing, Donna Binns

Fall 2019

No abstract provided.


Eng 5025-001: Creative Writing Professional Development, Bess Winter Kosinec Aug 2019

Eng 5025-001: Creative Writing Professional Development, Bess Winter Kosinec

Fall 2019

No abstract provided.


Tha 2258-001: Script Analysis, Christopher Wixson Aug 2019

Tha 2258-001: Script Analysis, Christopher Wixson

Fall 2019

No abstract provided.