Chapter 1: Making the transitionChapter 1: Making the transition
Directory of Open Access Journals (published by the Lund University of Sweden) at
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Required textsRequired texts
Essays must be original, analytically astute, thoroughly developed, supported and documented, coherent, and aware of audience. Workshops on writing and grammar as well as peer editing of drafts will help students prepare final copies of essays in proper form
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Recent work on Virgil’s Aeneid Book 6Recent work on Virgil’s Aeneid Book 6
This resource is designed to give you a swift and honest appraisal of current scholarship pertaining to Aeneid Book It comes with some caveats
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The New Story AssignmentThe New Story Assignment
English language (among others). We’ll also read some really new stories – so new, in fact, that I don’t even know what they are! Your task is to read a whole bunch of stories and pick one that you like
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English II research Paper 2017 Your Task: [Interpretive Response Essay]English II research Paper 2017 Your Task: [Interpretive Response Essay]
Therefore, be aware that the steps we take to get to the final product are just as important as the final product itself. You will earn daily grades for steps of the research process along the way. All steps must be completed in order for the final essay to
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Essay Workshop General SuggestionsEssay Workshop General Suggestions
Once you have a general thesis statement and some idea of what sources are available to you you can move forward with the essay. There are several things you need to do
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Essay Workshop General SuggestionsEssay Workshop General Suggestions
You now have a general thesis statement and some idea of what sources are available to you. At this stage you want to move forward by doing the following
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Enc 1102: Rhetoric and Academic Research Instructor: Phone (office): 846-1138 EmailEnc 1102: Rhetoric and Academic Research Instructor: Phone (office): 846-1138 Email
Students will learn how to formulate a coherent thesis and defend it logically with evidence drawn from research in specific fields. Students will also learn how to work through the stages of planning, research, organizing
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Focused Research and the Annotated Bibliography College Composition II – Spring 2015 Focused ResearchFocused Research and the Annotated Bibliography College Composition II – Spring 2015 Focused Research
Now that you have selected your research/argumentative issue for our class, it is time for you to begin focused research. In this stage of research you should be searching for answers to the following questions
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Enc 1102: Rhetoric and Academic Research Instructor: Phone (office): 846-1138 EmailEnc 1102: Rhetoric and Academic Research Instructor: Phone (office): 846-1138 Email
Students will learn how to formulate a coherent thesis and defend it logically with evidence drawn from research in specific fields. Students will also learn how to work through the stages of planning, research, organizing
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Annotated Bibliography Requirements DirectionsAnnotated Bibliography Requirements Directions
Bibliography in the draft of the Research Essay that you turn in for a grade on Tuesday, November The purpose of the Annotated Bibliography is to start you on a solid footing for the research project
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Public Policy EssayPublic Policy Essay
This topic should be as narrow as possible in order to give greater depth and clarity. Students will do research from scholarly sources and cite them using Chicago style. The essay should be about 6-9 pages
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Algoma University College, Laurentian University hist 4275 History of Ontario: Senior SeminarAlgoma University College, Laurentian University hist 4275 History of Ontario: Senior Seminar
Auc e mail accounts. I will be using the class list server for regular announcements, and will maintain individual contact with you through this account for correspondence on class meeting, assignments and handouts, and your essay research
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Composition 1102 Spring 2012 Mrs. Debbie Lowe Contact InformationComposition 1102 Spring 2012 Mrs. Debbie Lowe Contact Information
Please try to make appointment requests at least 24 hours in advance especially if via email. Last minute requests may be impossible to honor. Also, I will have a notebook available to sign-up for meeting times each class
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Enc 1102: Rhetoric and Academic Research Instructor: Phone (office): 846-1138 EmailEnc 1102: Rhetoric and Academic Research Instructor: Phone (office): 846-1138 Email
Students will learn how to formulate a coherent thesis and defend it logically with evidence drawn from research in specific fields. Students will also learn how to work through the stages of planning, research, organizing
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