Midterm Grades

As of Sunday night, I should have ALL of the following and this will be used to formulate your Midterm grade:

  1. Essay 1

  2. Essay 2 (Final draft due 11:59 PM on Friday, Oct. 11)

  3. Midterm Exam (closes Friday, Oct. 11 at 11:59 PM)

  4. Summaries 1 – 4 (Summary 4 due by 11:59 PM on Sunday, Oct. 13).

Monday, Oct. 14, I will be updating all grades in Moodle and then submitting midterm grade to Claflin.


B Week Reading Summary 4

Batman and Robin #18

For your reading and summarizing this week I am having you look at  Batman and Robin #18.

You will read Batman and Robin #18 and write (neatly) or type a 2-3 paragraph summary and response. Your response should attempt to answer the questions: 

  • What did you find difficult about reading a story with no words?

  • Describe, after you have read it a couple of time, what you feel was the story and what kind of emotions did you get from your reading?

Batman & Robin #18

Summaries should be posted to Moodle by Sunday, Oct. 13.

Week 8: Midterm Week and Times

ENGL101 Week 9-Midterms


*If you don’t see your name or need to reschedule, please contact me ASAP.

MONDAY, OCT. 7, 2019

10:10 AM       – Alaysha Still

10:40 AM       – Alex Washington

10:50 AM       – Mikala Lofton

1:30 PM          – Amya Lowery

TUESDAY, OCT. 8, 2019

1:30 PM          – Shaquana McFarland

1:40 PM          – Briana Bosier

2:30 PM          – Tameeya Owens

2:40 PM          – Delnesha Smith

2:50 PM          – Sanaa Coleman

4:10 PM          – Larry Lightsey


10:00 AM       – Aalaysia Butler

10:20 AM       – Zaria Wilson

10:50 AM       – Mariah Reese

THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 2019

2:10 PM          – Daccarius Chapman

2:20 PM          – Mykel Banks

FRIDAY, OCT. 11, 2019

10:30 AM       – Karis Davis

10:50 AM       – Noah Evans

Peer Review for Essay 2


For this essay you want to look closely at the following:

1. Is there strong thesis statement, one that clearly indicates that this is an analytical essay

2. Is there a good summary? Can you clearly understand what the comic book in question was about?

3. Is there a strong analysis? Is the analysis going deeper into understanding the comic book? Is it, and the summary, in balance (roughly 3 paragraphs each)?

4. Does the summary and analysis sections have quotations from the text?

5. Are any summaries properly cited?

6. Is there, following the analysis, an evaluation or judgment of the comic book based on a spelled out criteria.

7. Is there a separate works cited page and works cited entry for the comic book?

Check also for grammar and other proofing errors as well.

– Provide any constructive feedback you may wish to impart.