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Essay Topics for RE104 OC Winter 2017 Select one topic from the three choices offered below. Use one or more symbols from J. C. Cooper's book and at least one course concept from the unit related to your choice of topic: physical environment, colonialism or genocide (See syllabus, pp. 2-3). Support your arguments by providing documented evidence from assigned course readings and other materials. Two bonus-mark assignments are available with the essay: see drop boxes. First bonus mark: Submit a single-page essay outline on Monday prior to the essay date, for feedback on your essay plan. Second bonus mark: Consult, and apply to your essay, one of Laurier's two online writing resources. In a footnote at the appropriate place in the essay, describe how you are applying a new skill learned from the writing website. This bonus assignment is due with the essay itself on: . Consult the Assignment Planner online at the Writing Centre's web site for assistance in developing a thesis statement , writing evidence-based paragraphs, and in revising and editing an essay before submission. The website provides a built-in project planner which sends you reminders as you progress toward each deadline. or; Use a newer resource at . It was developed by Wilfrid Laurier University, University of Waterloo and Guelph University. See the section named “Case Studies and Reflective Writing” for guidelines applicable to RE104 OC. 1. Structure of the essay Length: 1000 words, not including notes or bibliography Range: plus or minus 150 words Grade value: 25% Rubric: A rubric for the essay follows the topics.
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  • Winter '14
  • MargaretLeask
  • Writing, J. C. Cooper, Dan Levin

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