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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Darian Schechter on Thursday February 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Sociology 101 at 1 MDSS-SGSLM-Langley AFB Advanced Education in General Dentistry 12 Months taught by Angela Orlend in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 18 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Sociology in Sociology at 1 MDSS-SGSLM-Langley AFB Advanced Education in General Dentistry 12 Months.

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Date Created: 02/25/16
ENGLISH 101: Introduction to College Writing Leslie Harper, Fall 2015 DAILY SCHEDULE FOR UNIT 4 Nov 9­ Read Christianson’s “Why Lawrence   Read “Using Evidence Effectively,”   Read Proposal Arguments, 304­321. 13 Summers Was Wrong” on 266­272. 89­103.  Read and print out the Proposal  Read Fallows’s “Papa  Don’t Text” on  Read ”A Path to Sustainable Energy  Assignment on BB. 272­277. by 2030” on 500­505.  Write a topic proposal for your  Read Tyler’s “The Tethered   Write a short analysis for the reading  proposal argument.  The topic  Generation” on 478­482. today:  What types of evidence does  proposal should describe your  Read Gopnik’s “Diagnosing the  the essay employ?  Using the STAR  audience, your problem and your  Digital Revolution” on 523­526. criteria, how might you challenge  solution.  In addition it should list the  Be prepared for a quiz on the  some of the evidence in this essay?   types of research you will need to  readings. How does the authors’ angle of vision conduct to write this proposal  affect how evidence is framed? including the types of quantitative  information you will need to research  (e.g., cost information, enrollment  statistics, surveys showing  dissatisfaction, etc.).   Nov   Read sample proposal arguments on   Proposal Introduction and Outline   Conferences 16­20 322­337. Due  All conferences are in the coffee shop  Analyze each of the readings today:    Bring four copies of your “draft.”  The  in the library. What stases (or argumentative claim  draft this time is not a complete draft Arrive 5 minutes early for your  types) does each essay use?  What  but a well­crafted introduction and a  conference. types of evidence does each essay  detailed outline for your paper.  Missed conferences will count as  employ?  Using the STAR criteria,  three absences. how might you challenge some of the evidence in this essay?  How does  the authors’ angle of vision affect how evidence is framed? Nov   Conferences Thanksgiving Break Thanksgiving Break 23­27  All conferences are in the coffee shop in the library.  Arrive 5 minutes early for your  conference. Missed conferences will count as  three absences. Nov   Conferences  Revised Proposal Essay Due  Reflective Essay Due 30­  All conferences are in the coffee shop  Bring a hardcopy of your paper to   Bring three copies of your reflective  Dec 4 in the library. class and upload it to Blackboard. essay to class.  Arrive 5 minutes early for your   Read and print out instructions for the conference. reflective essay.  Missed conferences will count as   Bring ALL of your drafts and final  three absences. essays to class.   Dec 7­ Last Day of Class 11  Revised Reflective Essay Due  Bring a hardcopy of your reflective  essay to class and upload it to  Blackboard.


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