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student name TA las t name/ETHN 1C section day, time date * no title, no introduction paragraph, no conclus ion paragraph; begin ans wering question immediately * must have at leas t four citations , in this for mat: lectur e ("lecture," date) , book (author last name, page number), movie c lip (movie title, "lecture," date) * must be s tapled; no taped, paper-clipped, or folded c orners * all s tudents , including ESL students , mus t use spell-c heck and grammar-check * 450-500 words limit * w or d c oun t at end DUE: In lecture, Friday, A pril 16, 2010 Do NOT submit assignments elec tronically – you will not receive credit for any assignments submitted via email or on- line. for your discussion section. Your graduate TA may make changes to this assignment in consultation with the professor , and you are res ponsible for adhering to the particular requirements for your section. media says "illegal immigrants" or "ghetto", certain images ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2010 for the course ETHN 1c taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.
- Spring '08