Monthly Archives: September 2010

More workshopping and readings for Friday

First of all, everyone, you’re the greatest. You guys are killers, machines, animals, and other strong words as well. I was impressed with the high turnout of rough drafts on Monday. We’ll keep working on Wednesday. Let me address a … Continue reading

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Hi I’m here to ruin your weekend.

Just kidding. Writing the rough drafts of your paper will doubtless prove to be an exhilarating and rewarding experience. For Monday: 1. Please bring a typed, legible rough draft of your paper for workshopping. I want you to have your … Continue reading

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Step 1: write the paper.

Introduction: There are multiple ways to begin your paper. Here are a few of them. Immersion: begin immediately by telling us a compelling personal or otherwise anecdote, then follow up with your research question. Alternatively you could begin with a … Continue reading

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The weekend rules.

For your Believer blog posts: 1. Post these by before class on Monday, Sept. 20. 2. Include a hyperlinki to the Believer article. 3. You don’t need to comment on each other’s posts this time around, but of course you … Continue reading

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Do that thing I said.

For Friday, please bring a legible draft of your Believer response piece for workshopping. Read and comment on the blogs. We’ll spend the second half of class doing online research. Maybe other things as well. Who knows!

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Blogs 3 and 4, other things as well.

Hello class. Today was whirlwind and slapdash but we all managed to make it through. I have a lot to say in this post so pay attention. Firstly, I want to point out that your blog posts on food were … Continue reading

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the weekend.

If you thought lobsters were fun, you’ll love this article I’d like you to read about trash. Your to do list for the weekend: 1. read the reading. 2. come to class on monday with a brief write up answering … Continue reading

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