Science_Writing_Week - Science Writing HS392 KAIST James Knaack Week 1 Assignments for Class 2 Send an email from your Gmail account to the class

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Science Writing HS392 KAIST James Knaack Week 1
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Assignments for Class 2 Send an email from your Gmail account to the class Gmail account ( [email protected] ) Read these sections from chapter 2: o Matters of History, p. 10-12, o Scientific Rhetoric: , p. 16-20, o p. 20-22, and o What it means to write or speak well in science, p. 23-25. Bring a list of 3 areas of study that interest you to use in class on Thursday. (Ex. dark matter ). Be prepared to explain in English why you are interested in these topics.
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Assignments for Class 3 If you have not done so already, send an email from your Gmail account to the class Gmail account ( [email protected] ). Read chapter 12 in our text. Determine the top 5 most respected academic journals that publish in your field and bring a list of them to class.
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Matters of History (p. 10-12) What can be observed from the excerpts on pg. 11
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2009 for the course IE, KAIST IE+HSS taught by Professor Various. during the Spring '09 term at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.

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Science_Writing_Week - Science Writing HS392 KAIST James Knaack Week 1 Assignments for Class 2 Send an email from your Gmail account to the class

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