Guidelines for Paper 2
Guidelines for Paper 2 29535-009
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McCluskey 4 Exam 2:Outline A.)Yes because a good education starts with a good teacher. a. Kiss your brain b. Color cards B.) No because not ever teacher that comes out of college is a good teacher a. Teachers reading a newspaper C.) Yes because the government gives more money to higher testing schools. a. Common Core Race b. Increasing the quality of extracurriculars c. More technology for the children to use D.)No because not everyone tests well E.) Yes because student’s grades trump all when it comes to graduation and applying for colleges. Exam 2 Fall 2015 In both The Lottery and Waiting for Superman it is stated that we can give every child in America a great education. Question: Is it possible to give every child in America a great education? Instructions: Respond to this question in the objectionresponse format described in the class syllabus. Your response should use and cite the following sources: 1. At least two specific references to Waiting for Superman. 2. At least two specific references to The Lottery. 3. At least one specific reference to the common school era lecture. 4. At least one specific reference to the school choice (charters and vouchers) lecture. 5. At least one specific reference to Kozol’s Savage Inequalities (with a page number). You can refer to other class readings and daily links and lectures if you choose to. If you do, be sure to cite them. Reminders: Think about what the question is asking. Stick to the topic. Decide what your position is before you start looking for source quotes and examples. If—in the process of gathering quotes—you find that your objections make more sense to you than the position you started out with, go ahead and argue the other way instead. Sometimes that happens. Read list of required sources and the syllabus information on exam requirements. It might help to make a checklist and check them off as you go. Be sure to end your paper with a Works Cited page, followed by your outline in objection response format. Refer to the information on the class home page on how to cite in APA for intext and references page citations, including my posted lectures on Blackboard Learn and your own class notes. Type DVD in the Owl at Purdue search bar (linked from our class home page on Blackboard) for help with citing the documentaries. Note: *Be sure to make an outline before you begin to write your paper. It will make your paper better! The last page of your paper is your outline. It does not count in the wordcount requirements.
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