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Discussion Board Assignment Guidelines Discussion Board assignments are thinking assignments. AFTER you read the assigned readings, you should read and think carefully about the questions. Many of the questions will actually be several questions all rolled up into one. Be sure you answer every part. Be sure your answer is specific. When I’m reading your responses, among other things, I’m looking for evidence that you did actually read the assigned readings. Provide evidence for your answers. Do not copy sentences from the reading assignment, but refer to things from the assignment that you would only know if you read it. Pretend like you and I are having a discussion about the assignments which we have both read. Do NOT write a summary . I’ve read it. I know what it’s about. If you’ve read it, you can discuss the issues with me in a somewhat formal fashion. While the Discussion Board postings are not graded for grammar, this is still an English class. I do expect your postings to look polished and well thought out. Postings that look and read as if they were typed up in 5 minutes will lose substantial points. Take your time with these assignments. You have an entire week to complete them. They should look like you cared enough about your grade to make sure they are polished.
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