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Homework _28B, English 102

Homework _28B, English 102 - MUST include ALL the required...

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Homework #28B, Page 1 of 2 Homework #28B, English 102 Group members’ names: __________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _ Class time: __________________ You need to turn in only one copy of this homework assignment per group. 1. In a paragraph of 75-100 words, describe your topic (including time period and geographic location of the group) and why you chose it. Do not use the word “interesting.” This paragraph should be more developed than the one your provided in your initial description of the topic. 2. Create a bibliography in Chicago of all the sources you have amassed so far. This list
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Unformatted text preview: MUST include ALL the required sources, including nine primary sources. Attach, or type in the space below. Homework #28B, Page 2 of 2 3. Each group member should attach a one-paragraph (50-100 word) summary of his or her contributions thus far. Attach, or type in the space below. 4. Attach an outline of each of the following to this homework: 1) introduction, 2) analysis of group self-understanding, 3) analysis of how the group has been understood by others, and 4) analysis of how the group has responded to these ideas about itself. 5. Make a list of the specific tasks that remain to be done in the space below. 6. How can I help you in the conference today?...
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