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- [mailto:E212@ajdrake.com|Email] | ((E212_Requirements|Home)) | ((E212_Syllabus|Syllabus)) | ((E212_Policies|Policies)) | ((E212_Questions|Questions)) | ((E212_Presentations|Presentations)) | ((E212_Journals|Journals)) | ((E212_Paper|Paper)) | ((E212_Final_Prep|Final)) | ((Blogs_Indices|Blogs))((E212_Audio|Audio)) | [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-list_file_gallery.php|Guides] | [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-directory_browse.php|Links] | [http://www.library.fullerton.edu/|CSUF Library] | [http://www.fullerton.edu/catalog/|CSUF Catalog] | [http://myweb.fullerton.edu/AcademicCalendar/|CSUF Calendar] | [http://www.fullerton.edu/admissions/CurrentStudent/FinalExaminations.asp|CSUF Exam Schedule]
+ <b>[mailto:E212@ajdrake.com|Email] | ((E212_Requirements|Home)) | ((E212_Syllabus|Syllabus)) | ((E212_Policies|Policies)) | ((E212_Questions|Questions)) | ((E212_Presentations|Presentations)) | ((E212_Journals|Journals)) | ((E212_Paper|Paper)) | ((E212_Final_Prep|Final)) | ((Blogs_Indices|Blogs))((E212_Audio|Audio)) | [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-list_file_gallery.php|Guides] | [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-directory_browse.php|Links] | [http://www.library.fullerton.edu/|CSUF Library] | [http://www.fullerton.edu/catalog/|CSUF Catalog] | [http://myweb.fullerton.edu/AcademicCalendar/|CSUF Calendar] | [http://www.fullerton.edu/admissions/CurrentStudent/FinalExaminations.asp|CSUF Exam Schedule]</b>
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JOURNAL SETS: ESTABLISHING A RUNNING FILE AND RECORDING ENTRIES


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- Journal Set 1 (Week 04, Sunday 02/20): ((E212_Blake|Blake)) (5 questions) | ((E212_Wordsworth_W|Wordsworth, W.)) (5 questions) | ((E212_Wordsworth_D|Wordsworth, D.)) (2 questions) | ((E212_Coleridge|Coleridge)) (5 questions) | ((E212_Shelley_P|Shelley)) (5 questions).
+ <b>Journal Set 1 (Week 04, Sunday 02/20):</b> <b>((E212_Blake|Blake))</b> (5 questions) | <b>((E212_Wordsworth_W|Wordsworth, W.))</b> (5 questions) | <b>((E212_Wordsworth_D|Wordsworth, D.))</b> (2 questions) | <b>((E212_Coleridge|Coleridge))</b> (5 questions) | <b>((E212_Shelley_P|Shelley))</b> (5 questions).

- Journal Set 2 (Week 08, Sunday 03/20): ((E212_Keats|Keats)) (4 questions) | ((E212_Lamb|Lamb)) (2 questions) | ((E212_Hazlitt|Hazlitt)) (2 questions) | ((E212_De_Quincey|De Quincey)) (1 question) | ((E212_Austen|Austen)) (6 questions, 3 on each of two "volumes") | ((E212_Tennyson|Tennyson)) (4 questions) | ((E212_Carlyle|Carlyle)) (4 questions) | ((E212_Mill|Mill)) (4 questions).
+ <b>Journal Set 2 (Week 08, Sunday 03/20):</b> <b>((E212_Keats|Keats))</b> (4 questions) | <b>((E212_Lamb|Lamb))</b> (2 questions) | <b>((E212_Hazlitt|Hazlitt))</b> (2 questions) | <b>((E212_De_Quincey|De Quincey))</b> (1 question) | <b>((E212_Austen|Austen))</b> (6 questions, 3 on each of two "volumes") | <b>((E212_Tennyson|Tennyson))</b> (4 questions) | <b>((E212_Carlyle|Carlyle))</b> (4 questions) | <b>((E212_Mill|Mill))</b> (4 questions).

- Journal Set 3 (Week 12, Sunday 04/17): ((E212_Ruskin|Ruskin)) (4 questions) | ((E212_Arnold|Arnold)) (4 questions) | ((E212_Browning|Browning)) (1 question) | ((E212_Hopkins|Hopkins)) (4 questions) | ((E212_Rossetti_D|D. G. Rossetti)) (2 questions) | ((E212_Rossetti_C|C. Rossetti)) (3 questions) | ((E212_Wilde|Wilde)) (4 questions).
+ <b>Journal Set 3 (Week 12, Sunday 04/17):</b> <b>((E212_Ruskin|Ruskin))</b> (4 questions) | <b>((E212_Arnold|Arnold))</b> (4 questions) | <b>((E212_Browning|Browning))</b> (1 question) | <b>((E212_Hopkins|Hopkins))</b> (4 questions) | <b>((E212_Rossetti_D|D. G. Rossetti))</b> (2 questions) | <b>((E212_Rossetti_C|C. Rossetti))</b> (3 questions) | <b>((E212_Wilde|Wilde))</b> (4 questions).

- Journal Set 4 (Exam Day, 05/19): ((E212_WWI|WWI)) (4 questions) | ((E212_Yeats|Yeats)) (4 questions) | ((E212_Joyce|Joyce)) (4 questions) | ((E212_Eliot|Eliot)) (4 questions) | ((E212_Rhys|Rhys)) (2 questions) | ((E212_Auden|Auden)) (1 question) | ((E212_Stoppard|Stoppard)) (4 questions).
+ <b>Journal Set 4 (Exam Day, 05/19):</b> <b>((E212_WWI|WWI))</b> (4 questions) | <b>((E212_Yeats|Yeats))</b> (4 questions) | <b>((E212_Joyce|Joyce))</b> (4 questions) | <b>((E212_Eliot|Eliot))</b> (4 questions) | <b>((E212_Rhys|Rhys))</b> (2 questions) | <b>((E212_Auden|Auden))</b> (1 question) | <b>((E212_Stoppard|Stoppard))</b> (4 questions).

- Word-processed journal sets will be due by email on the dates listed above. (See the syllabus for the journal requirement's value as a percentage of the course grade.) As soon as you begin reading for this course, create a single computer file to hold your running entries for the entire first journal set, naming the file "yourlastname_journal_1." The term "set" refers not just to the entries for a single author but to your entries for all of the authors we are covering within the multi-week time frames specified above.
+ Word-processed journal sets will be due by email on the dates listed above. (See the syllabus for the journal requirement's value as a percentage of the course grade.) As soon as you begin reading for this course, <b>create a single computer file to hold your running entries for the entire first journal set,</b> naming the file "yourlastname_journal_1." The term "set" refers not just to the entries for a single author but to your entries for all of the authors we are covering within the multi-week time frames specified above.

- As you begin to read the first author in the first set, briefly examine the questions page for that author. ===Check the schedule to see how many questions you're supposed to do===, and then ===determine which questions you want to do to make up the specified amount===. Perhaps they will be questions that concern the particular poems or stories or novel chapters you like best for the author -- it's up to you because in most cases I've posed many more questions than you need to respond to.
+ <b>As you begin to read the first author in the first set, briefly examine the questions page for that author.</b> <u>Check the schedule to see how many questions you're supposed to do</u>, and then <u>determine which questions you want to do to make up the specified amount</u>. Perhaps they will be questions that concern the particular poems or stories or novel chapters you like best for the author -- it's up to you because in most cases I've posed many more questions than you need to respond to.

- Now enter your responses into the running file "yourlastname_journal_1." (You'll most likely write your single-author responses over several sittings rather than all at once; you may find yourself adding to or changing a given response after a class session.) To keep the journal easy to follow, make a header in bold type consisting of the author's name and indicate which questions you're responding to. Whether you paste in the entire question or just provide the question number is up to you. The same goes for pasting in the title of the selection to which each question pertains. ((E212_Sample_Journal|HERE'S A FORMATTED JOURNAL SET SAMPLE)) to suggest how your entries might look. So now you've done your "x" amount of responses for the first author. Then it's on to the next author, and the next, until you've completed the entire first journal set over several weeks' time, and are ready to email it to me.
+ <b>Now enter your responses into the running file "yourlastname_journal_1."</b> (You'll most likely write your single-author responses over several sittings rather than all at once; you may find yourself adding to or changing a given response after a class session.) To keep the journal easy to follow, make a header in bold type consisting of the author's name and indicate which questions you're responding to. Whether you paste in the entire question or just provide the question number is up to you. The same goes for pasting in the title of the selection to which each question pertains. <b>((E212_Sample_Journal|HERE'S A FORMATTED JOURNAL SET SAMPLE))</b> to suggest how your entries might look. So now you've done your "x" amount of responses for the first author. Then it's on to the next author, and the next, until you've completed the entire first journal set over several weeks' time, and are ready to email it to me.


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- ===A Note on Late Journal Sets===. Sets turned in somewhat late are acceptable, but at my discretion will receive a maximum grade of B. Very late sets may receive a maximum grade of C, and I reserve the right not to accept them at all if in my view the student has not made a sufficient effort in other areas. The reason for the latter policy is that turning in long-since-due sets towards the end of the semester defeats the point of keeping a journal.
+ <b>===A Note on Late Journal Sets===.</b> Sets turned in somewhat late are acceptable, but at my discretion will receive a maximum grade of B. Very late sets may receive a maximum grade of C, and I reserve the right not to accept them at all if in my view the student has not made a sufficient effort in other areas. The reason for the latter policy is that turning in long-since-due sets towards the end of the semester defeats the point of keeping a journal.


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- Response to a question on a Yeats poem, British literature survey (E212 at CSUF):
+ <b>Response to a question on a Yeats poem, British literature survey (E212 at CSUF):</b>


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- Response to a question on Dr. Johnson's Rasselas, British literature survey (E211 at CSUF):
+ <b>Response to a question on Dr. Johnson's <i>Rasselas,</i> British literature survey (E211 at CSUF):</b>


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- Response to a work of criticism by Sir Philip Sidney assigned in a criticism course (E491 at CSUF):
+ <b>Response to a work of criticism by Sir Philip Sidney assigned in a criticism course (E491 at CSUF):</b>


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