Fall, 2011

Owen M. Williamson, Instructor.

Weekly calendar of Wiki assignments (total value: 20% of grade).

May be modified at any time with advance notice.

In case of absence, or if class is ever cancelled due to circumstances beyond Instructor control, students are still expected to complete and submit all assignments shown on the Calendar if at all possible.

Note: All assignments from Jacob's textbook must be done individually. No group or collective work on these assignments is allowed.

Post weekly assignments on                             

1. 22-26 Aug 2011:  Do item 4 (only) on p. 19 of Jacob's book.

2. 29 Aug-2 Sept 2011: Do Writing Exercises (all three) on p. 32 of Jacob.

3. 6-9 Sept 2011A. Do Writing Exercise 1 and 3 on p. 57-8 of Jacob.  On Writing Exercise 3 on p. 58 of Jacob, you may report on ANY cookbook or food-related book of your choice, not just the ones listed there. In your report, be sure to include an APA reference to the book you chose.

4. 12-16 Sept 2011: Do Writing Exercises 1 and 2 on p. 107 of Jacob. 

5. 19-23 Sept 2011: Do Writing Exercise 3, on p. 144 of Jacob.

6. 26-30 Sept 2011Do Writing Exercises 1 and 2 on page 177 of Jacob. 

7. 3-7 Oct 2011: Do Writing Exercises on p. 200 of Jacob.

8. 10-14 Oct 2010:  Do Activity 7.1 on p. 155 of Borders. [Print out and turn in--do not post on Wiki]

9. 17-21 Oct 2011: Do Writing Exercises 1 and 3 on p. 222 of Jacob.

10. 24-28 Oct 2011: Do Writing Exercises (all) on p. 243 of Jacob

11. 31 Oct - 4 Nov 2011Do Writing Exercises 1 and 3 on pps. 260-261 of Jacob. 

12. 7-11 Nov 2011: Write a four-paragraph proposal for your own personal imaginary food book or cookbook, like that by N. Steele on pps. 267-8 of Jacob.   

13. 14-18 Nov 2011: Either Option 1: Contact your own oldest living relative who cooks or used to cook, get their personal recipe for their favorite dish and a food-related story of theirs related to this recipe, and write it up. Or, Option 2: Contact your oldest living relative, and ask them if they ever had the experience of going hungry. If so, interview him or her and write up their story in about four paragraphs. (Do not do both options.)

14: 21-23 Nov 2011: All pending assignments must be completed online. All assignments will be graded together for quality, interest, creativity and relevance to assignment.

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The University of Texas at El Paso - 500 W. University Ave. - El Paso, TX 79968
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