Required Texts and/or MaterialsRequired Texts and/or Materials
Edin, Kathryn and H. Luke Shaefer. 00 a Day: Living on Nothing in America. Mariner, 2016
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Student reflections on library instruction what they think they’ve learned, what they still don’t know, and how to bridge the gapStudent reflections on library instruction what they think they’ve learned, what they still don’t know, and how to bridge the gap
What they think they’ve learned, what they still don’t know, and how to bridge the gap
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Eng 100 Writing I section 650Eng 100 Writing I section 650
Rowan County Sr. High School Caudill College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
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Writing research papersWriting research papers
Computers allow you more freedom and ease in changing your words or ideas; consequently, you can take more risks with your ideas. Strive to make the writing of every paper an exercise in developing your thinking, writing
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Student learning assessment programStudent learning assessment program
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Macbeth essay assignment 2012Macbeth essay assignment 2012
Essays are due at the start of class on Friday, January 20th. Late essays will only be accepted for -10 on Monday, January 23rd or for -20 during finals due to the end of the semester, No essays will be accepted after finals
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Citation guide-preparing a bibliographyCitation guide-preparing a bibliography
Must always give credit for any information or ideas you get from another source. If you fail to give credit for materials used, whether quoted or not, you have committed plagiarism
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Course English 101 Hybrid InstructorCourse English 101 Hybrid Instructor
June 3-4, 24-25, July 8-9, 29-30, Aug. 19-Towanda Campus: June 10-11, July 1516, Aug. 11-13 online
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School of public policy george mason universitySchool of public policy george mason university
Anything discussed or presented in this course is solely the perspective of the instructor and does not reflect the official positions of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence or the U. S. Government
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Instructor: Berit BrinkInstructor: Berit Brink
United States by considering how difference is constructed, to what ends, and whether the practice of "Othering" can be resisted. While there are many categories of "difference," we will focus race, sexuality
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Semester: Fall 2017 Time: Tuesday/ThursdaySemester: Fall 2017 Time: Tuesday/Thursday
Graff, Gerald, and Cathy Birkenstein. They Say/i say: The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing. 3rd ed. New York: Norton, 2014
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Semester: Fall 2017 Time: Tuesday/ThursdaySemester: Fall 2017 Time: Tuesday/Thursday
Graff, Gerald, and Cathy Birkenstein. They Say/i say: The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing. 3rd ed. New York: Norton, 2014
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Discourse 300 Research EssayDiscourse 300 Research Essay
How do we live together? What are our values/value systems? How do we create meaning and do meaningful work? All of these questions come together when we address the importance of civic engagement
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Explanation of ProjectExplanation of Project
Creating America (Joyce Moser & Ann Watters): “The Other” and “Identity.” Creating America’s third unit’s theme: “Bullying” was discussed in conjunction with excerpts from the movies “The Lord of the Flies,” “Mean Girls
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Ap literature and Composition Advanced Placement English 12Ap literature and Composition Advanced Placement English 12
As they read, students consider a work’s structure, style, and themes as well as such smaller-scale elements as the use of figurative language, imagery, symbolism, and tone
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