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The Classroom Writing Assignment

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 with Wayne Johnson






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Description of the steps that I will help the student with. Description of the different types of papers. Use of the introductory section, with examples, and how the intro can help write the body of the paper. Use of the Outline. Sources and Citation.
 
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The Classroom Writing Assignment: Lesson Plan and Process Content As An Online Course.

Wayne Johnson / Copyright 2010

Lesson Plan.

1. To walk through the writing assignment with the student.

a) What is the assignment as given by the instructor?
1. Interpret the assignment
2. Find out from the student what this means to them.
3. Collaborate with some brief notes as to meaning, possible sources to research, and starting or thematic statement and supporting sentences for the introduction.

b) Getting down an outline and filling it out, starting with the introduction, developing the outline scheme for the body with each description, argument, or proof depending upon type of paper.

Process Content.

The Classroom Writing Assignment.:
Information for use by the student.

What is a classroom writing assignment? It is a homework assignment to write a paper about a topic usually related to the particular course or as part of the course. These assignments are designed to test the students knowledge of course content and/or develop vital writing skills. What does this instructor want in this paper? The instructor will usually give that information in class and the student should make a note of that whether or not they are giving an assignment sheet. Here follows examples and possible approaches.

Describe your summer vacation: Describe it the way you would describe something right in front of you. Answer the main questions of who, what, when, where, how and why. What did you do? Go somewhere, work? Letís say you went somewhere. When did you go? Just after Memorial Day, or during the height of the summer vacation season? Did you travel by car, train, airplane, boat or a combination of travel modes? Where did you go? Grand Canyon, Grandpaís house in Maine, overseas? With whom did you go and what did you do and see? Why did you go? Interest in the place where you went, Grandpa is your favorite relative and, of course, your parents want to see their parents just as one day you will visit your parents with your kids.
Do a book report on a biography of Abraham Lincoln: Who wrote it? A well-known biographer, perhaps someone who was with the President? What was the level of difficulty of the book as far a readability and clarity? Did it cover his whole life or just a specific part of it?
Describe someone, something or some event that was a role model, inspiration or major influence in your life.
Persuade us that something like a tax cut being proposed is good for the people, or bad, and tell us why or why not.
Find and explain the meaning of a Shakespeare characterís actions and speech throughout one play.
Tell us how to build a patio deck or explain photosynthesis.

Components of the Classroom Writing Assignment.

Next weíll go over the components of the class paper and discuss some tools to help develop those components. The main components are Introduction, Body, and Conclusion. Since papers can range from one page to hundreds, depending on the level of the class, then the three components are going to be proportionate to the assignmentís length. Each component is a building block that contains logical flow and each part builds towards a conclusion. Itís like building a house. The Introduction is the foundation and is where everything springs from including the plumbing, electrical, heating, venting and air conditioning as well as the framework of the house. The body of the work is the framing, the main load bearing timbers, as well as the electrical, plumbing, and heating, air conditioning and venting. The conclusion is the roof with its own framework. Itís the most visible part of a house and follows from good foundation and frame to complete the structure.

Components and Tools: Putting Them Into Action.

More About The Introduction In Detail.

Always apply the questions of who, what, when , what, why and how. This organizes your thoughts and your paper and gives it the quality of thoroughness. Even the shortest paper can be fairly thorough if itís well organized

You can use the Introduction to organize the body and conclusion of the paper and determine what and how much will go into them. Some examples follow.
What I did on my summer vacation: I visited India (what and where and who) with my Uncle Frederick (who). I had read a lot about India and had always wanted to go there. My Uncle had served there with the State Department and wanted to share this beautiful country with me (why). We flew to London then to Greece then to New Delhi. We rented a car but many times we rode buses and even horses when it became necessary (how). We visited New Delhi, Agra, Northwest India and Bengal. We saw the Taj Mahal, the southern temples and countryside and even the prehistoric site of Mojeno Daro( where and what).
The book report: I read a biography by Professor of history, Fred Jones of Alma Mater University who has written 22 biographies of famous people (who). I found this to be a very thorough but easy to read book. It covered his early years as a child of the frontier, his hardships, his schooling and later his independent study of law, his time in the army and early political career. Then the last chapter logically connected the experiences of his early years to the more well-known events of his life like his presidential campaign and debates, his Civil War experience as president and the great things he did during one of this countryís most difficult of times. The book gives an excellent perspective of life in the early to mid-1800ís in what was then the Northwest Territories and the western Appalachian frontier prior to the titanic changes which followed from the Civil War. Personally, I learned how a personís early years can influence their later years and in this case, influence the history of an entire people. I believe Smith had this as one of his goals in writing the biography and he achieved it very well. ( You will notice that you have answers as to what the book was about, what it covered, geographic locations or where, how the book was written to focus on early years and why the writer thinks the biography was written.).
The How-To Paper: This paper involves mostly the what and how--this is how to build a patio deck. You will need this size pieces of lumber cut to these different sizes, concrete mix, hammer, saw, screws and washers, screw driver and wood treatments like Thompsonís Water Seal. Youíll want to have a post hole digger to sink support timbers for a solid foundation and the rest of the lumber must be cut precisely to fit within the frame solidly and be proportionate to the rear frame of your house. The water seal will protect the wood from the outside elements and pick a time when the weather is cool and dry to prevent any warping. (The who is understood but we also more what information and also when, why and where information as well. The body of the paper will be a step by step, with details for each step, embodied by help with an outline).
There are also papers written to inspire or relate an important event or person in someoneís life written with the goal of inspiring or uplifting the reader. Itís like sharing a personal experience in order to help someone through tough times they may be having.
A Hidden Treasure: Dealing with the death of a loved one can be the hardest thing anyone can do. When my Grandpa Frank died at age 94, when I was just 13, I felt that a big chunk of me had been stolen, that I had been robbed of his existence. (when, what, who, why). People tried to explain to me that Frank had been old, had lived a long life and, in the end, had accepted his coming death. He had been in pain and people said that the death was a relief and that Frank had been religious and believed he would go to Heaven. I wasnít having any of it--I was convinced that God and life had treated me and Frank unfairly. I was hurting so bad! I was always depressed, complaining and moping around (what). One day, about a month after Frankís passing, his widow, my grandmother, came over to the house. ( when, who and where). She listened to my whining for about a minute then reached out and pinched my nose-hard. It surprised and shocked me, made my eyes sting and water. ĎHey, whatís the idea,í I stammered. She leveled her honest grey eyes at me and said, Ď You act as if youíre the only one who ever lost someone. Well, I lost Frank, too and I miss him all the time. But your attitude bugs me worse than Frankís death. You act like God ripped you off so now you can feel sorry for yourself and get anyone you can to feel sorry for you too. Are you going to make a profession out of self pity? Listen, I know you and Frank were close and now you feel like youíve been left with nothing. But Frank left you with a lot if you just take time off from your self pity and think about who Frank was and what he believed--and what he left you.í This started my journey of truth and self discovery. (what)
Then thereís the argument paper. Your introduction should put forth the issue and what you intend to prove or persuade. It might be a political issue, an action thatís needed, a warning, a social, medical or historical dilemma or conflict. Whatever it is, someone has an opinion on it and you must express yours whether itís for or against.
Extending The Bush Tax Cuts: Our last President, George W. Bush, got some temporary tax cuts for everyone approved by Congress. These cuts will expire in January of 2011. Both parties are for tax cuts but the Republicans want them for the top 2% of earners as well as for everyone else. Democrats want tax cuts for middle class, those making $250,000 or less, but want the tax cuts for richer Americans to expire. Democrats say this is fair and will bring in millions of dollars of revenue while protecting most Americans income. The Republicans say tax cuts for the rich stimulates job creation.
There are many other arguments for and against tax cuts for the rich but I think that Congress should let the tax cuts for the rich expire and keep them permanent for everyone else. The recovery from the recession is slow and millions are out of work. There are other ways to stimulate the economy and job growth than cut taxes for a group of people who donít need them as much as we need revenue and who wonít use the money saved to create jobs. Again, there are better ways to stimulate the economy and create jobs, some of which the Obama administration has tried to put into motion. ( What: tax cuts/expiration of tax cuts; who: the rich and the middle class, Congress; when: Bush administration and the first year and ĺ of Obama administration, current event; where: United States; why: impact of result of vote concerning expiration of the tax cuts; how: voting by Congress, impact of vote on economy.)
Thereís the analytical paper as well as the explanatory paper. This is basically a report on what you have read but is more complex in itís content. For instance, you could do a book report on the book, Moby Dick by Herman Melville and explain what the story was about and what you found interesting or educational. But a literary analysis and criticism asks to evaluate and explain a certain aspect of the book such as the meaning of the
White whale and how the author uses language to develop that meaning. Or you could analyze and criticize Conditions of the Working Class in England by Frederick Engels and determine its effect on social theory and how well the author does his job in describing conditions of the working class in England. You can use the explanatory type paper style with criticism and analysis regarding any academic discipline from psychiatry to history, from geography to philosophy, from chemistry to math. You will rely heavily on elements and strategies of the argument paper.

The Body of the Paper, the Outline, Notes, Tools and Resources.

The next stage is the body of the paper and that is a set of descriptions, explanations and proofs that will develop statements in your introduction in more detail. In your introduction, you stated a theme or subject and then a thesis or statement of perception or opinion on the subject. In the body of the paper you will detail the facets of the theme and the facets of your thesis step by step, paragraph by paragraph, section by section. Use the statements in your introduction to build steps, paragraphs and sections. There is not enough room here and now to give examples of the body for each type of paper but your main tool, the Outline, will give you a picture or diagram of what your paper will look like and what will go where. I will show you a suggested outline to use and can see how and where to put facets of your body.

Outline

I. Introduction

A. Description of Subject
1. Main description
a--detail
1. Sub-detail
2. Sub-detail
b--detail
1. Sub detail
2.sub detail

B. Meaning
1. Describe, explain
a--sub detail
b--sub detail
2. So, what about it
a--sub detail
b--sub detail

C. What you will accomplish or prove in the body.
1. Recap
a--sub detail
b--sub detail
D. Lead into the body



II. Body

A.
1.
a--
1

2

b--
1

2
B.

1.
a--

1

2

C.

1
a--

b

2

a

b--


3. And soÖlead into conclusion




III. Conclusion


A. Recap body

1

2

3
B. Concluding statement

Again, this example is not the only style of outline you can use and, of course, the longer the paper and the more details, explanations, descriptions , proofs and opinions, or resources you use, the longer the outline, the more sections and paragraphs there will be. Just organize your paper in to logical, linking parts that make sense and accomplish your goal(s) as stated or implied in your introduction..


Sources and Citations

If you quote someoneís words directly or state their words in your words or get information from someone elseís writings then you must give them credit for it. You must also have your paper done with correct spelling, punctuation and grammar. You will also need to know where to look for information.
Styles for giving credit for other peopleís writing is available from the Modern Language Association, publishers of English grammar textbooks and other sources. These are good for grammar and punctuation. Also, get a dictionary and a thesaurus to know how to spell words and other words you can use in place a word that might get over used..
You can get your sources of information just about anywhere: Your class text, the library, the Internet, news papers and magazines. One of the best sources you can use is your brain and your pen on notebook paper. Itís a process called free writing or looping where you envision your subject and facets about your subject and just start writing. Fiction writers use this tool a lot. You can write whatever comes to mind, never mind spelling, grammar or penmanship ( as long as you can read it) and you can jot down questions, possible structure, notes you heard in class, questions, anything that will kick off the writing process. Itís a great way to beat writerís block or writers anxiety.

A Note to My Students.

The above material is just information on some of the things you will learn with my help.
You only learn to write by writing and my job is to help you do that, to walk with you through each step.
I have been writing for about 50 years. I started out writing book reports and such in elementary school and high school. I wrote papers of all kinds for different subjects while in college. I graduated in 1992 and taught writing for 5 years at the University of Oklahoma. I have also dabbled in fiction and poetry and found that good fiction and poetry make their own kind of sense and have logical elements similar to that in non fiction. I will help you get a good grade on your paper!
Right now, Iím available everyday except Sunday and Wednesday and charge $20 per hour but am willing to negotiate. I am available from 9 AM to 3 PM Oklahoma Time but can be available in evenings.
I look forward to our future collaboration.

Wayne Johnson, Writing Consultant, Online Writing Teacher.







 
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The Classroom Writing Assignment: Lesson Plan and Process Content As An Online Course.

Wayne Johnson / Copyright 2010

Lesson Plan.

1. To walk through the writing assignment with the student.

a) What is the assignment as given by the instructor?
1. Interpret the assignment
2. Find out from the student what this means to them.
3. Collaborate with some brief notes as to meaning, possible sources to research, and starting or thematic statement and supporting sentences for the introduction.

b) Getting down an outline and filling it out, starting with the introduction, developing the outline scheme for the body with each description, argument, or proof depending upon type of paper.

Process Content.

The Classroom Writing Assignment.:
Information for use by the student.

What is a classroom writing assignment? It is a homework assignment to write a paper about a topic usually related to the particular course or as part of the course. These assignments are designed to test the students knowledge of course content and/or develop vital writing skills. What does this instructor want in this paper? The instructor will usually give that information in class and the student should make a note of that whether or not they are giving an assignment sheet. Here follows examples and possible approaches.

Describe your summer vacation: Describe it the way you would describe something right in front of you. Answer the main questions of who, what, when, where, how and why. What did you do? Go somewhere, work? Letís say you went somewhere. When did you go? Just after Memorial Day, or during the height of the summer vacation season? Did you travel by car, train, airplane, boat or a combination of travel modes? Where did you go? Grand Canyon, Grandpaís house in Maine, overseas? With whom did you go and what did you do and see? Why did you go? Interest in the place where you went, Grandpa is your favorite relative and, of course, your parents want to see their parents just as one day you will visit your parents with your kids.
Do a book report on a biography of Abraham Lincoln: Who wrote it? A well-known biographer, perhaps someone who was with the President? What was the level of difficulty of the book as far a readability and clarity? Did it cover his whole life or just a specific part of it?
Describe someone, something or some event that was a role model, inspiration or major influence in your life.
Persuade us that something like a tax cut being proposed is good for the people, or bad, and tell us why or why not.
Find and explain the meaning of a Shakespeare characterís actions and speech throughout one play.
Tell us how to build a patio deck or explain photosynthesis.

Components of the Classroom Writing Assignment.

Next weíll go over the components of the class paper and discuss some tools to help develop those components. The main components are Introduction, Body, and Conclusion. Since papers can range from one page to hundreds, depending on the level of the class, then the three components are going to be proportionate to the assignmentís length. Each component is a building block that contains logical flow and each part builds towards a conclusion. Itís like building a house. The Introduction is the foundation and is where everything springs from including the plumbing, electrical, heating, venting and air conditioning as well as the framework of the house. The body of the work is the framing, the main load bearing timbers, as well as the electrical, plumbing, and heating, air conditioning and venting. The conclusion is the roof with its own framework. Itís the most visible part of a house and follows from good foundation and frame to complete the structure.

Components and Tools: Putting Them Into Action.

More About The Introduction In Detail.

Always apply the questions of who, what, when , what, why and how. This organizes your thoughts and your paper and gives it the quality of thoroughness. Even the shortest paper can be fairly thorough if itís well organized

You can use the Introduction to organize the body and conclusion of the paper and determine what and how much will go into them. Some examples follow.
What I did on my summer vacation: I visited India (what and where and who) with my Uncle Frederick (who). I had read a lot about India and had always wanted to go there. My Uncle had served there with the State Department and wanted to share this beautiful country with me (why). We flew to London then to Greece then to New Delhi. We rented a car but many times we rode buses and even horses when it became necessary (how). We visited New Delhi, Agra, Northwest India and Bengal. We saw the Taj Mahal, the southern temples and countryside and even the prehistoric site of Mojeno Daro( where and what).
The book report: I read a biography by Professor of history, Fred Jones of Alma Mater University who has written 22 biographies of famous people (who). I found this to be a very thorough but easy to read book. It covered his early years as a child of the frontier, his hardships, his schooling and later his independent study of law, his time in the army and early political career. Then the last chapter logically connected the experiences of his early years to the more well-known events of his life like his presidential campaign and debates, his Civil War experience as president and the great things he did during one of this countryís most difficult of times. The book gives an excellent perspective of life in the early to mid-1800ís in what was then the Northwest Territories and the western Appalachian frontier prior to the titanic changes which followed from the Civil War. Personally, I learned how a personís early years can influence their later years and in this case, influence the history of an entire people. I believe Smith had this as one of his goals in writing the biography and he achieved it very well. ( You will notice that you have answers as to what the book was about, what it covered, geographic locations or where, how the book was written to focus on early years and why the writer thinks the biography was written.).
The How-To Paper: This paper involves mostly the what and how--this is how to build a patio deck. You will need this size pieces of lumber cut to these different sizes, concrete mix, hammer, saw, screws and washers, screw driver and wood treatments like Thompsonís Water Seal. Youíll want to have a post hole digger to sink support timbers for a solid foundation and the rest of the lumber must be cut precisely to fit within the frame solidly and be proportionate to the rear frame of your house. The water seal will protect the wood from the outside elements and pick a time when the weather is cool and dry to prevent any warping. (The who is understood but we also more what information and also when, why and where information as well. The body of the paper will be a step by step, with details for each step, embodied by help with an outline).
There are also papers written to inspire or relate an important event or person in someoneís life written with the goal of inspiring or uplifting the reader. Itís like sharing a personal experience in order to help someone through tough times they may be having.
A Hidden Treasure: Dealing with the death of a loved one can be the hardest thing anyone can do. When my Grandpa Frank died at age 94, when I was just 13, I felt that a big chunk of me had been stolen, that I had been robbed of his existence. (when, what, who, why). People tried to explain to me that Frank had been old, had lived a long life and, in the end, had accepted his coming death. He had been in pain and people said that the death was a relief and that Frank had been religious and believed he would go to Heaven. I wasnít having any of it--I was convinced that God and life had treated me and Frank unfairly. I was hurting so bad! I was always depressed, complaining and moping around (what). One day, about a month after Frankís passing, his widow, my grandmother, came over to the house. ( when, who and where). She listened to my whining for about a minute then reached out and pinched my nose-hard. It surprised and shocked me, made my eyes sting and water. ĎHey, whatís the idea,í I stammered. She leveled her honest grey eyes at me and said, Ď You act as if youíre the only one who ever lost someone. Well, I lost Frank, too and I miss him all the time. But your attitude bugs me worse than Frankís death. You act like God ripped you off so now you can feel sorry for yourself and get anyone you can to feel sorry for you too. Are you going to make a profession out of self pity? Listen, I know you and Frank were close and now you feel like youíve been left with nothing. But Frank left you with a lot if you just take time off from your self pity and think about who Frank was and what he believed--and what he left you.í This started my journey of truth and self discovery. (what)
Then thereís the argument paper. Your introduction should put forth the issue and what you intend to prove or persuade. It might be a political issue, an action thatís needed, a warning, a social, medical or historical dilemma or conflict. Whatever it is, someone has an opinion on it and you must express yours whether itís for or against.
Extending The Bush Tax Cuts: Our last President, George W. Bush, got some temporary tax cuts for everyone approved by Congress. These cuts will expire in January of 2011. Both parties are for tax cuts but the Republicans want them for the top 2% of earners as well as for everyone else. Democrats want tax cuts for middle class, those making $250,000 or less, but want the tax cuts for richer Americans to expire. Democrats say this is fair and will bring in millions of dollars of revenue while protecting most Americans income. The Republicans say tax cuts for the rich stimulates job creation.
There are many other arguments for and against tax cuts for the rich but I think that Congress should let the tax cuts for the rich expire and keep them permanent for everyone else. The recovery from the recession is slow and millions are out of work. There are other ways to stimulate the economy and job growth than cut taxes for a group of people who donít need them as much as we need revenue and who wonít use the money saved to create jobs. Again, there are better ways to stimulate the economy and create jobs, some of which the Obama administration has tried to put into motion. ( What: tax cuts/expiration of tax cuts; who: the rich and the middle class, Congress; when: Bush administration and the first year and ĺ of Obama administration, current event; where: United States; why: impact of result of vote concerning expiration of the tax cuts; how: voting by Congress, impact of vote on economy.)
Thereís the analytical paper as well as the explanatory paper. This is basically a report on what you have read but is more complex in itís content. For instance, you could do a book report on the book, Moby Dick by Herman Melville and explain what the story was about and what you found interesting or educational. But a literary analysis and criticism asks to evaluate and explain a certain aspect of the book such as the meaning of the
White whale and how the author uses language to develop that meaning. Or you could analyze and criticize Conditions of the Working Class in England by Frederick Engels and determine its effect on social theory and how well the author does his job in describing conditions of the working class in England. You can use the explanatory type paper style with criticism and analysis regarding any academic discipline from psychiatry to history, from geography to philosophy, from chemistry to math. You will rely heavily on elements and strategies of the argument paper.

The Body of the Paper, the Outline, Notes, Tools and Resources.

The next stage is the body of the paper and that is a set of descriptions, explanations and proofs that will develop statements in your introduction in more detail. In your introduction, you stated a theme or subject and then a thesis or statement of perception or opinion on the subject. In the body of the paper you will detail the facets of the theme and the facets of your thesis step by step, paragraph by paragraph, section by section. Use the statements in your introduction to build steps, paragraphs and sections. There is not enough room here and now to give examples of the body for each type of paper but your main tool, the Outline, will give you a picture or diagram of what your paper will look like and what will go where. I will show you a suggested outline to use and can see how and where to put facets of your body.

Outline

I. Introduction

A. Description of Subject
1. Main description
a--detail
1. Sub-detail
2. Sub-detail
b--detail
1. Sub detail
2.sub detail

B. Meaning
1. Describe, explain
a--sub detail
b--sub detail
2. So, what about it
a--sub detail
b--sub detail

C. What you will accomplish or prove in the body.
1. Recap
a--sub detail
b--sub detail
D. Lead into the body



II. Body

A.
1.
a--
1

2

b--
1

2
B.

1.
a--

1

2

C.

1
a--

b

2

a

b--


3. And soÖlead into conclusion




III. Conclusion


A. Recap body

1

2

3
B. Concluding statement

Again, this example is not the only style of outline you can use and, of course, the longer the paper and the more details, explanations, descriptions , proofs and opinions, or resources you use, the longer the outline, the more sections and paragraphs there will be. Just organize your paper in to logical, linking parts that make sense and accomplish your goal(s) as stated or implied in your introduction..


Sources and Citations

If you quote someoneís words directly or state their words in your words or get information from someone elseís writings then you must give them credit for it. You must also have your paper done with correct spelling, punctuation and grammar. You will also need to know where to look for information.
Styles for giving credit for other peopleís writing is available from the Modern Language Association, publishers of English grammar textbooks and other sources. These are good for grammar and punctuation. Also, get a dictionary and a thesaurus to know how to spell words and other words you can use in place a word that might get over used..
You can get your sources of information just about anywhere: Your class text, the library, the Internet, news papers and magazines. One of the best sources you can use is your brain and your pen on notebook paper. Itís a process called free writing or looping where you envision your subject and facets about your subject and just start writing. Fiction writers use this tool a lot. You can write whatever comes to mind, never mind spelling, grammar or penmanship ( as long as you can read it) and you can jot down questions, possible structure, notes you heard in class, questions, anything that will kick off the writing process. Itís a great way to beat writerís block or writers anxiety.

A Note to My Students.

The above material is just information on some of the things you will learn with my help.
You only learn to write by writing and my job is to help you do that, to walk with you through each step.
I have been writing for about 50 years. I started out writing book reports and such in elementary school and high school. I wrote papers of all kinds for different subjects while in college. I graduated in 1992 and taught writing for 5 years at the University of Oklahoma. I have also dabbled in fiction and poetry and found that good fiction and poetry make their own kind of sense and have logical elements similar to that in non fiction. I will help you get a good grade on your paper!
Right now, Iím available everyday except Sunday and Wednesday and charge $20 per hour but am willing to negotiate. I am available from 9 AM to 3 PM Oklahoma Time but can be available in evenings.
I look forward to our future collaboration.
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