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Course Schedule for Essay #1 (Critical Inquiry) Develop an argument by extracting an academic inquiry from a source text and responding to this inquiry with another text. You must offer your own reflection throughout the essay and your own idea at the end. This essay should be 4-5 pages long. Exercise Due Day/Date Topic Reading Due Writing Due Tuesday, Sept. 5 Introduction & Implicit 1.1 Thursday, Sept.7 th Implicit & Inquiry Schulz Schulz Marginal notes on the text 1.2 Tuesday, Sept. 12 th Representing defamiliarization (Shklovsky): bring object Shklovsky Ex. 1.2 Representin g critical inquiries 1.3 Thursday, Sept. 14 th Applying inquiry to text: start
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