Readings           ENC 1101              Patterns for College Writing

 

Invention, pp. 13 – 36

Arrangement, pp. 37 – 50

Drafting and Revising, pp. 51 – 68

Narration: pp. 71 - 81

 

Essay:            pp. 106 – 116 Barbara Ehrenreich, “Scrubbing in Maine.”

                        pp. 117 – 125 George Orwell, “Shooting an Elephant.”

 

Description: pp. 135 – 150

 

Essay:            pp. E.B. White, “Once More to the Lake.”

 

Exemplification: pp. 191 – 205

 

Essay:            pp. 207 – 213, Laurence Peter and Raymond Hull, “The Peter Principle.”

 

                        pp. 223 – 228, Brent Staples, “Just Walk on By”

 

Process: pp. 245 – 257

 

Essay:            pp. 272 – 279, Joshua Piven and others, “How to Escape From a Bad Date.”

 

Cause and Effect: pp. 303 – 318

 

Essay:            pp. 325 – 334, Marie Winn, “Television: The Plug-In Drug.”

                       

                        pp. 351 – 356, Malcolm Gladwell, “The Tipping Point.”

 

Comparison and Contrast: pp. 363 – 383

 

Essay:            pp. 397 – 401, Bharati Mukherjee, “Two Ways to Belong in America.”

 

                        pp. 407 – 413, Deborah Tannen, “Sex, Lies, and Conversation.”

 

                        pp. 414 – 425, Eric Schlosser, “Walt and Ray.”

 

Classification and Division:  pp. 431 – 444

 

Essay:            pp. 462 – 470, Amy Tan, “Mother Tongue.”