English 127 makes use of both Canvas and an external instructional website. Click on the links to reach the course homepage and Angel, respectively. (The E127 page will be revised by the first day of the new quarter, but you can still get an idea of the course format.)
for English 127
Booth, W. C., Colomb, G. G., & Williams, J. M. (2008). The craft of research (3rd ed.). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Colombo, G., Cullen, R., & Lisle B. (Eds.). (2013). Rereading America: Cultural contexts for critical thinking and writing (9th ed.). New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s.
Writing handbook (any of the handbooks from English 100 or 101 will be acceptable, e.g., A Writer’s Reference, The Bedford Handbook, The Longman Handbook for Writers, etc.)
Standard, college-level dictionary.
Notebook for journal writing and a binder for course materials.
Emailing the Instructor
Because I teach online classes and because I am bombarded by emails from a variety of sources, please help me keep track of emails from you by following this protocol: In the subject line of the email message, include the course number, your full name, and an informative and commonsensical title. Hopefully, this way your email will not be lost in the flood of messages I receive. Here is an example:
Subject line: E127
or E115/John Smith -
Question on Paper #1