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ENG 420 14.2: Final Presentations

Today’s Plan: Canvas: Two assignments Presentations Visual Rhetoric Crash Course Canvas There’s two new assignments up, the final paper draft (1 point) and the final paper (200 points). Presentations First, let’s look to the syllabus: In our last week, I … Continue reading

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ENG 123 14.1: Final Presentations

Today’s Plan: Attendance Gradebook Questions Final Presentation Expectations Visual Rhetoric Crash Course Calendar Vote Final Presentation Expectations The final component of this class asks you to transform your longer research project into a concise presentation of 5 minutes. You have … Continue reading

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ENG 123 12.1: Peer Review Workshop #3

Today’s Plan: Attendance Emailing Me Review Peer Workshop #1 Criteria MLA / APA format Peer Review Homework Emailing Me It is the time of the semester when I know many people are stressed and feeling overwhelmed. I’ve gotten a few … Continue reading

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ENG 420 11.1: Dowd and Bensimon

Today’s Plan: Proposal Expectations Dowd and Bensimon reading notes and questions CUE’s Syllabus Review Protocol Reading Homework Proposal Expectations Original project description: Around week 9 of the course, I will ask you to submit a 750 word proposal for a … Continue reading

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ENG 420 9.2: Giroux and Academic Freedom

Today’s Plan: Calendar Update and Final Paper Information Sharing Final Paper Ideas Giroux and Academic Freedom Giroux and Academic Freedom In preparation for today’s class, I asked you to prepare papers that outline a potential research project. It is in … Continue reading

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ENG 123 8.1: Annotations, Characters and Actions (Part 2)

Today’s Plan: Attendance Topic Proposals (Check Canvas) Style: Characters and Actions (pgs. 46-50, Ex. 4.1) Workshop: Annotations Homework Topic Proposals Please check Canvas to ensure that you have (or haven’t) gotten a grade and seen the feedback on your proposals. … Continue reading

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ENG 123 6.1: From Proposal to Research

Today’s Plan: Attendance Introduce: Annotated Bibliography Workshop: Characters and Actions Homework Annotated Bibliography Project We have spent the first 1/3 of the course identifying and developing a topic. Now it is time to invest the majority of our energy into … Continue reading

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ENG 123: 5.1 Topic Proposals

Today’s Plan Attendance Topic Exploration Paper Turn in Issue Review Topic Proposal Assignment Types of Research & Proposals Roadmapping Your Project Homework Review Topic Proposal Assignment First, let’s look over the criteria that I introduced in our last class. Now … Continue reading

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ENG 420 5.1: Freire, Nicholson, Lorde

Today’s Plan: Review Paper Expectations Discuss Freire, Nicholson, and Lorde Review Paper Expectations Last week I went over the nuts and bolts. This paper is due next Tuesday at noon. Someone asked if this paper is similar to writing a … Continue reading

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ENG 123: From Exploration to Proposal

Today’s Plan: Attendance Topic Proposal Paper Working Knowledge Presentations Homework

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