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Class notes Sept 12-14

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Class notes Sept 12-14 Eng-122

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Class notes from the 3rd week of class
English composition 122
Caprice Lawless
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Date Created: 09/19/16
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 They are not peer reviewed  Use for ½ pg.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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