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Unformatted text preview: WEEK 1 DIAGNOSTIC BEFORE CLASS READ 27 Aug 2010----- Friday Read , Mark and Annotate your Writing Program Handbook which outlines several tips for success: then, prepare an outline for a 5 paragraph essay create a hook discussing some of the pitfalls or barriers to students success in their 1 st year of college--- establishing the value of writing and being successful in your college writing courses state your thesis at the end of a fully developed introduction Outline your own points regarding this issue and what should be done about itwhat students CAN do to increase their success in not only their writing classes, but throughout their college experience. Outline major examples you will use to support each paragraph point. Also, what points from the student handbook will you integrate and document? See the worksheets on the home page. Create a work cited page for the writing program student handbook. You may also use your St Martins handbook as well. Bring ALL PRE WORK to CLASS with a Works Cited page of both the Writing Program Student Handbook and the interview ON MONDAY, MAKE SURE TO 30 Aug 2010 ----- Monday-Write fronts only-Double space your essay (writing every other line)-Number pages in upper right (last name 1)-After you have completed the essay, give it a title that is thought provoking-Narrate your essay in 3 rd person, free from the I or we voice Instead of block quoting, select brief moments to paraphrase in your own words and use phrases to quote directly with appropriate use of parenthetical citations (14). provide plenty of interpretation of these examples with discussion. Length should be a fully developed intro with thesis, 3 body paragraphs of at least 7-10 sentences and a conclusion reemphasizing the importance of the subject to your reader....
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2010 for the course WRC 1013 taught by Professor Sundol during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas-Tyler.
- Spring '10