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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Danelle Almiranez on Monday September 19, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to EDUC 60 at University of California - Santa Cruz taught by Cruz, C in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see EDUC 60 - Intro to Education in Education at University of California - Santa Cruz.


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Date Created: 09/19/16
Tutor: Rose Rodgers Small Group Tutoring Sign­ Up­ ONLINE 9/30 (This Friday) ­11/18 at 5:00pm Lecture #1: Monday, 9/26  ● Participate and ask questions about readings ● Final exam: last Friday 12/9 at 8am­11am ● 10/26 Come early because of movie ● Book is reserved at McHenry ● For keyword essay, italicize the keywords ● Usually has agendas that will put on eCommons Keyword Assignment: She’ll put more on eCommons             You could choose from any readings in class. Make sure the keywords connect.  1. How does the author define the keyword? 2. Past uses of the keyword a. OED­ Oxford English Dictionary b. Dictionaries 3. How your use of the term changes it’s meaning. 4. Example: inequality a. Equal but 18th century didn’t include african american b. Changes Plessy vs. Ferguson 1898 (different word) c. Brown v. Board (different word) d. Maybe it’s different in spanish Rules for Discussion in Class: 1. Don’t interrupt each other. 2. Throw glitter not shade. 3. Make sure (Give everyone a chance). 4. Respect others opinions. 5. Sharing once.  6. Don’t be a dick.  7. Keep it short, concise.  8. Confidentiality. 9. Keep it appropriate.  10. Majority isn’t always right.  11. Listen to others before speaking. 12. Snap, don’t clap.  13. Define your terms and use precise language. 14. Follow your answer with a question.  15. Use that last 10%. 16. Please put your cell­phone on silent or off. 


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