**READ THE LAST PARAGRAPH UNDER ALL THE PICTURES**
Homework for today is short and sweet. First, I’m putting the portion of the PP we covered in class today under Course Documents. I’m also going to put the packet there. I’ve decided that since the packet is so much work, I’ll count it as process work for the final draft of your essay. We’ll discuss points for process work in class on Tuesday. I’d like to get your opinion on how much you think this is worth.
Those of you that were absent, complete the following packet sessions:
- Part I
- Part IA
To complete Part IA, contact your research group, and ask them to look over your work, and also look to them for the notes you missed as well.
Your only homework is to continue working on the draft. No matter how you write your paper, do not leave citing to the end. Cite as you go along. For a longer paper, this is a must. Otherwise, you risk putting info that is not yours AKA plagiarism.
These workshops are extremely important, so I need you all to come prepared. I give explicit instructions on the blog for what to bring (DRAFT WITH EVIDENCE EXAMPLES). Not having that, is akin to not being prepared. Come to class prepared. If your partner is unprepared, than take the initiative to partner yourself with someone else for that activity.
Second, do not pack-up your bags, put on your coat, or put anything away if I, or a classmate, is still talking. If you need to leave early, even if it’s five minutes early, email me and tell me beforehand. I’ll be frank with you; this is the quickest way to get on my bad side. Yes, I have one, and it takes a lot of work to get there, but doing this will book you an express pass.
To avoid leaving you with something so authoritative, many of you may have read J14, TigetBeat or the like as a youngin’. They have quizzes on there designed as flowcharts. Here’s an example:
I took this groundbreaking technique to teach you YOUR CITATION STYLE. Not really “style,” since that’s a personal decision and this is a rule. Anyway, you can find it on the very last page of your packet.
PS: Comment with answers to all three of these insightful quizzes with a descriptive paragraph of your results. No word count required. You’ve all been working really hard, so you deserve some extra credit.