Class notes Sept 12-14
Class notes Sept 12-14 Eng-122
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Eng122 Class Notes Sept 12 1. Review “Inequality for All” response questions 2. Review new syllabus On D2L 3. Intro to Gale Opposing Viewpoints in Context and CQ Research Databases introduction o Cannot use Gale or CQ for research paper. They are not peer reviewed Use for ½ pg. abstract and to find potential topics o Go to FRCC homepage Click Libraries Select College Hill o Go to research databases CQ and Gale are under current events ½ pg. Abstract due Sept 14 o No “I” statements, only facts o Find any article on any topic in databases Should be a potential topic for 10 pg. research paper Research paper o No abortion, gun control. video games or marijuana o Will make a list of 5 potential topics at a later date This list will be used to conference with instructor where she will help you pick a topic o Potential topics (just ideas to get you thinking, you can pick any topic that interests you) Income inequality, adoption policies, Dream Act, Ewaste, Pacific Garbage Patch, electronic/automated cars, teen suicide, casualization of the workforce, authorized workforce: getting rid of workers May or may not be more interesting to use a personal issue, up to you to decide if you can handle it. o I.e. she had a mom who wrote about teen suicide after her son committed suicide, it helped her come Eng122 to terms with the incident and ended up being a great paper. Eng122 Class Notes Sept 14 How to get to CQ and Gale databases o FRCC homepage Go to the bottom, click libraries Choose Westminster campus o Click on Databases CQ and Gale are under current events Due Mon: Write a ½ pg. abstract about any of the articles in the databases o Use Purdue OWL: Writing Report Abstract as a guideline Due Weds: Choose 5 potential research topics and fill out a final project worksheet for each o Topic ideas list will be posted on D2L
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