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- Note:</b> all links have been removed from this archival copy, but the author questions (bundled according to subject/period) and study guides referenced below can be found in relevant sections of the [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-list_file_gallery.php|Resource Gallery]</b>. Instructions pages for journals, presentations, etc. were similar to those available in my current courses. MP3 audio of class sessions for selected courses is still available in the ((Lecture_Archive|Audio Archive))</b>. My blog entries for most courses are available from the ((Blogs_Indices|Blogs Index))</b>.
+ <b>Note:</b> all links have been removed from this archival copy, but the author questions (bundled according to subject/period) and study guides referenced below can be found in relevant sections of the <b>[http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-list_file_gallery.php|Resource Gallery]</b>. Instructions pages for journals, presentations, etc. were similar to those available in my current courses. MP3 audio of class sessions for selected courses is still available in the <b>((Lecture_Archive|Audio Archive))</b>. My blog entries for most courses are available from the <b>((Blogs_Indices|Blogs Index))</b>.


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- Course Information:</b> English 212, Course Code 12664. Thurs. 7-9:45 p.m., ~np~McCarthy~/np~ Hall (MH) 617. Office hours: Thurs. 6-7 p.m. in University Hall 329. E212 covers "major periods and movements, major authors, and major forms from 1760 through modern times." Units: (3). Satisfies General Education requirements with grade of C or better. I will be using +/- grading.
+ <b>Course Information:</b> English 212, Course Code 12664. Thurs. 7-9:45 p.m., ~np~McCarthy~/np~ Hall (MH) 617. Office hours: Thurs. 6-7 p.m. in University Hall 329. E212 covers "major periods and movements, major authors, and major forms from 1760 through modern times." Units: (3). Satisfies General Education requirements with grade of C or better. I will be using +/- grading.

- Catalog Information:</b> "This course meets a GE Disciplinary Learning requirement in Category III.B.2, Introduction to the Humanities."
+ <b>Catalog Information:</b> "This course meets a GE Disciplinary Learning requirement in Category III.B.2, Introduction to the Humanities."

- Required Texts (Titan Bookstore):</b>
+ <b>Required Texts (Titan Bookstore):</b>


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- Course Policies.</b> Please review early in the semester.
+ <b>Course Policies.</b> Please review early in the semester.

- Term Paper Requirement.</b> 25% of course grade. Rough draft suggested, final draft due on day of final exam. See Advance Draft Comments. The paper should follow recent MLA guidelines and include a works cited page. See Paper Topic Suggestions.
+ <b>Term Paper Requirement.</b> 25% of course grade. Rough draft suggested, final draft due on day of final exam. See Advance Draft Comments. The paper should follow recent MLA guidelines and include a works cited page. See Paper Topic Suggestions.

- Journal Requirement.</b> 25% of course grade. Consists of responses to a choice of study questions on each author. Due by email Weeks 4, 8, 12, and on final exam day.
+ <b>Journal Requirement.</b> 25% of course grade. Consists of responses to a choice of study questions on each author. Due by email Weeks 4, 8, 12, and on final exam day.

- Presentation Requirement.</b> 25% of course grade. Each class, several students will offer their responses to a different study question about the day's assigned texts. Responses can be informal, and there is no need to turn in anything. Students will sign up for their preferred authors in advance, and I will further arrange a schedule based on specific study questions. The schedule will be posted online, available from the Syllabus page. Each participant will present on three different authors during the semester. Responses need not take more than 3-5 minutes. Missing these presentations reduces the effectiveness of class sessions, and will adversely affect the course grade. Rescheduling on a new author may be possible, but presents difficulties in a weekly seminar.
+ <b>Presentation Requirement.</b> 25% of course grade. Each class, several students will offer their responses to a different study question about the day's assigned texts. Responses can be informal, and there is no need to turn in anything. Students will sign up for their preferred authors in advance, and I will further arrange a schedule based on specific study questions. The schedule will be posted online, available from the Syllabus page. Each participant will present on three different authors during the semester. Responses need not take more than 3-5 minutes. Missing these presentations reduces the effectiveness of class sessions, and will adversely affect the course grade. Rescheduling on a new author may be possible, but presents difficulties in a weekly seminar.

- Final Exam Requirement.</b> 25% of course grade. The exam will consist of substantive, prominently mentioned passages to identify, short questions requiring a paragraph-length response, and one comparative essay. On all three sections, there will be more choices than required responses. Books and notes are allowed for all three sections. Exam date is Thursday, May 26 from 7:30--9:20 p.m.
+ <b>Final Exam Requirement.</b> 25% of course grade. The exam will consist of substantive, prominently mentioned passages to identify, short questions requiring a paragraph-length response, and one comparative essay. On all three sections, there will be more choices than required responses. Books and notes are allowed for all three sections. Exam date is Thursday, May 26 from 7:30--9:20 p.m.

- General Guides:</b> College | Lit. Theory | Sample | Grammar | Deductive | Citation | Analysis | Editing | Plagiphrasing | Bad English | Links | Newspapers
+ <b>General Guides:</b> College | Lit. Theory | Sample | Grammar | Deductive | Citation | Analysis | Editing | Plagiphrasing | Bad English | Links | Newspapers

- C19-20 Webs and Guides:</b> Romantic and Victorian Introduction | Characteristics | Liberalism | Topics | Backgrounds | Milton | Metaphor | Nature | Poetry? | Marx | Rubaiyat Intro | Romantic Circles | Victorian Web | Victorian Women Writers Project | A Celebration of Women Writers | Johns Hopkins Romantic Period | Johns Hopkins Victorian Period.
+ <b>C19-20 Webs and Guides:</b> Romantic and Victorian Introduction | Characteristics | Liberalism | Topics | Backgrounds | Milton | Metaphor | Nature | Poetry? | Marx | Rubaiyat Intro | Romantic Circles | Victorian Web | Victorian Women Writers Project | A Celebration of Women Writers | Johns Hopkins Romantic Period | Johns Hopkins Victorian Period.

- Study Questions:</b> Barbauld | Smith | Burke | Wollstonecraft | Paine | Blake | Robinson | W. Wordsworth | D. Wordsworth | Coleridge | Shelley | Keats | Austen | Carlyle | Mill | Tennyson | Hopkins | Rossetti | Haggard | Owen | Yeats | Shaw | Forster | Lawrence | Desai | Coetzee | Rushdie.
+ <b>Study Questions:</b> Barbauld | Smith | Burke | Wollstonecraft | Paine | Blake | Robinson | W. Wordsworth | D. Wordsworth | Coleridge | Shelley | Keats | Austen | Carlyle | Mill | Tennyson | Hopkins | Rossetti | Haggard | Owen | Yeats | Shaw | Forster | Lawrence | Desai | Coetzee | Rushdie.


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- SCHEDULE: WE WILL DISCUSS THE FOLLOWING WORKS ON THE DATES INDICATED</b>
+ <b>SCHEDULE: WE WILL DISCUSS THE FOLLOWING WORKS ON THE DATES INDICATED</b>


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