Assignment Sequences and Prompts

Below you will find examples of Assignments Sequences and Prompts used in English 131. We will soon add more sequences and prompts for other courses, including 111, 121, etc. If you would like to contribute an assignment sequence or prompt to our list, please email your documents as a PDF attachment to Jacob Huebsch at jhuebsch@uw.edu along with a completed permissions form

English 131 Assignment Sequences 

- Conflict Resolution Assignment Sequence (Pathway 1; Skill-based) (Grollmus 2015)

- Academic Research Assignment Sequence (Pathway 1; Component-based) (Grollmus 2015)

- Travel Writing Assignment Sequence (Pathway 1; Skill-based) (Hankinson 2015)

- Academic Research Assignment Sequence (Pathway 1; Component-based) (Hankinson 2015)

- Citizenship Assignment Sequence (Pathway 1; Skill-based) (Kim 2016)

- Academic Research Assignment Sequence (Pathway 1; Component-based) (Kim 2016)

- Academic Research Assignment Sequence (Pathway 1; Component-based) (Louie 2016)

- Pop Culture Universe Assignments Sequence (Pathway 1; Skill-based) (Burgin 2014)

- Research Paper Sequence (Pathway 1; Component-based) (Burgin 2014) 

English 131 Short Assignment Prompts 

- Burkean Dialogue Screenplay (Thu)

- Rhetorical Listening to the Other (Thu)

- Television Rhetorical Analysis (Cecil)

English 131 Major Paper/Project Prompts 

- Genre Translation (Thu) 

- Academic Research Paper on Diversity (Thu)

- Synthesis Paper (Fiscus)

- Character Analysis (Fiscus)

- Genre Critique (Fiscus)