Read the week's READING assignments, listed in the Course Calendar. The week's
Thematic Elements and or Critical Analyses to be studied are listed on the
Calendar. Find out how to use the appropriate thematic elements and or critical analyses in
Find the WRITING assignment on the Message Board.
Find your Secondary Sources in the Library and off the
English I-Net Resource List. For rules using these sources
correctly in your paper, see Quoting Your Sources and Secondary Sources located
in Paper Format and Test Instructions.
To help develop your paper and its focus, join the discussion live in the
chat room, the instructions and directions to which are
located in the Chat Room and Archive. Read the chat you
missed in the Chat Archive, also located there.
See discussions about the paper and its topics by other students asynchronously on
the Message Board. You may even post a section of your paper
and read another student's paper there.
If you are having trouble POSTING or READING a message on the message board, see MessageBoard Instructions.
If you need organizational help for your paper, see Organization and Outlines, located
in Paper Format and Test Instructions. If you want to see some
samples of papers, see Paper and Test Archive.
If you are taking a test, get rules and instructions for tests on
Paper Format and Test Instructions. If you want to see some samples
of tests, see Paper and Test Archive.
Information about taking tests off-campus, review Proctored Exams.
When you are ready to send your paper in, see Paper and Test Exchange located in
Paper Format and Test Instructions.
To figure out what that grade on your paper is worth, see Grading and Assessment.