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Week7

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Week 7 in FCWR101

 


Syllabus objectives for Week 7

 

  • Unity and Coherence
  • Feedback on Test Essay
  • Topic of research paper to be submitted with outline
  • Handout on research paper

 

Starting your research paper, Tuesday, October 25, 2011

 

Two documents were handed out to explain how you do your research papers

 

Class activities for Tuesday, October 25

 

 

Homework assigned Tuesday, October 25, due Sunday Oct 30, 2011

 

Submit a proposal for your research paper including 

  • title
  • abstract
  • thesis statement
  • outline 

 

Unity and Cohesion - Sunday, October 23, 2011

 

Class activities for Sunday, October 23

 

Example of cohesion: 

     There are many advantages and disadvantages of using the internet for research but the advantages outweigh the disadvantages. …

     One of the advantages of using the Internet for research is easy access to information

     Another advantage of using the Internet for research is that gathering information regarding your topic is faster on the Internet

     Also, referencing your research is made easier when you use the Internet for research.

 

We worked on cohesion in this space:

http://willyou.typewith.me/p/oct23 and on Tuesday we copied this here http://titanpad.com/JrRt1YcCIM

 

Homework assigned Sunday, October 23, due Tuesday Oct 25 2011

 

Please revise your Test 1 essay so that it has

  • a good thesis statement
  • an outline of main points supporting the thesis statement
  • an introduction containing the thesis statement and at least 2 other sentences
  • at least one paragraph supporting the thesis with at minimum 3 sentences
  • a conclusion  with at minimum 3 sentences restating the thesis and reminding the reader how it was supported 

 

"Tell them what you're going to tell them, tell them, and then tell them what you told them" 

 

 

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