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学習内容

  • Understand and reflect on the cost of perfectionism in writing

  • Conduct a “pre-mortem” before starting a writing draft

  • Identify summaries and scenes

  • Apply the “nothing else” and “need to know” principles

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PersuasionCreativityWritingTime managementEditing
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ミシガン大学(University of Michigan)

シラバス - 本コースの学習内容

1

1

3時間で修了

The Fantasy of the Uninitiated

3時間で修了
8件のビデオ (合計19分), 11 readings, 7 quizzes
8件のビデオ
Personalize Your Defaults5 分
Temptation Bundling3 分
Lamott and Elbow46
Punctuation and Professionalism: Semicolons3 分
Notes on Nuance: "Simultaneously"2 分
Takeaways1 分
Student Takeaways: Garbage in Your Head20
11件の学習用教材
Teaching Style + Resources
Help Us Learn More About You!10 分
Class Clips10 分
Writer's Block4 分
Madman, Architect, Carpenter, Judge3 分
Exercise—The Cost of Perfectionism (Optional)25 分
Punctuation and Professionalism: Introduction and Review10 分
Notes on Nuance: Introduction and Review10 分
Good Sentences: Introduction and Review4 分
Good Sentences (Children)15 分
Exercise—Takeaways Reflection5 分
7の練習問題
Low-Stakes Practice5 分
Low-Stakes Practice2 分
Low-Stakes Practice5 分
Low-Stakes Practice10 分
Semicolons5 分
Nuance Practice: Simultaneously5 分
Weekly Review (Graded)20 分
2

2

4時間で修了

The Planning Fallacy

4時間で修了
7件のビデオ (合計10分), 16 readings, 6 quizzes
7件のビデオ
Previously On: Personalized Defaults2 分
The Planning Fallacy and Buffer or Suffer2 分
Punctuation and Professionalism: Semicolon Substitution2 分
Notes on Nuance: Equal Parts1 分
Takeaways36
Student Takeaway: Buffer or Suffer30
16件の学習用教材
Previously On: Introduction and Review5 分
Exercise—Previously On5 分
The Planning Fallacy15 分
The Boss as "Buffer"10 分
Exercise—Predicting Projects5 分
Exercise—Predicting Projects (Low Stakes)10 分
Exercise—Predicting Projects (High Stakes)10 分
Class Clips10 分
My First Time (The Paris Review)10 分
Fresh-Start Effect10 分
Habits3 分
Habitats5 分
Notes on Nuance: Equal Parts10 分
Good Sentences (Jobs)15 分
Exercise—Takeaways Reflection5 分
Edit Our Edits2 分
6の練習問題
Low-Stakes Practice5 分
Low-Stakes Practice5 分
Low-Stakes Practice10 分
Low-Stakes Practice5 分
Punctuation Practice: Semicolon Substitution5 分
Weekly Review (Graded)20 分
3

3

3時間で修了

Write Before You Are Ready

3時間で修了
6件のビデオ (合計14分), 8 readings, 7 quizzes
6件のビデオ
Previously On: The Key to Getting Ahead Is Getting Started2 分
Write Before You Are Ready2 分
Punctuation and Professionalism: Semicolons and Complex Lists 4 分
Notes on Nuance: "However"3 分
Takeaways37
8件の学習用教材
Exercise—Previously On10 分
Class Clips10 分
Pitches and Proposals (Resources)3 分
Student-->Teacher (Optional)20 分
(Optional) Word Choice, Word Confusion10 分
Notes on Nuance: "However"10 分
Exercise—Good Sentences (Environment)15 分
Exercise—Takeaways Reflection5 分
7の練習問題
Low-Stakes Practice5 分
Low-Stakes Practice5 分
Low-Stakes Practice5 分
Word Choice, Word Confusion5 分
Punctuation Practice: Semicolons and Complex Lists5 分
Notes on Nuance Practice: "However"5 分
Weekly Review (Graded)20 分
4

4

3時間で修了

To Name is To Know and Remember

3時間で修了
5件のビデオ (合計9分), 9 readings, 5 quizzes
5件のビデオ
To Name is to Know and Remember3 分
Punctuation and Professionalism: Semicolon Deviation1 分
Notes on Nuance: "At Best/At Worst"2 分
Takeaways37
9件の学習用教材
Exercise—Previously On10 分
Good with Words Chapter 10 ("To Name is to Know and Remember")20 分
Class Clips10 分
Notes on Nuance: "At Best/At Worst"10 分
Exercise—Good Sentences (Property)15 分
Exercise—Takeaways Reflection5 分
Book Recommendations (Psychology)10 分
(Optional) Exercise—Thank You Letter10 分
Course Feedback10 分
5の練習問題
Low-Stakes Practice5 分
Low-Stakes Practice5 分
Punctuation Practice: Semicolon Deviation5 分
Notes on Nuance Practice "At Best/At Worst"5 分
Weekly Review (Graded)20 分

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