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Instructions:  Read all the essays in its entirety before you start--make sure that you understand what the call of  the question is. You may deal with the questions in any order, but, make sure that you indicate clearly what  question you are addressing. You will not be graded on spelling and grammatical points (since this is not an  English class); however, if your use of the English language does not convey your points to me clearly, then,  your grade will be reduced . The better approach to these essays is to place more emphasis on your  analysis , that is, why you are  taking the position that you are. Conclusory positions lack merit and will be downgraded. Certainly you are  permitted to interject your own opinion but, the opinion should reflect positions, postures or issues discussed  and formulated in the course. That is, you need to demonstrate what you learned in this course and how   everything ‘fits ,’ from whatever sources and combinations--the text, lectures, films, osmosis, etc.  Whenever appropriate, support your ideas with factual information. Do not rewrite/repeat the question  as your opening paragraph/statement.  Answer both questions but respond to each question separately --do not merge your response.  Mechanics : Due July 7 margins. Maximum 5 pages. REMEMBER it's quality that matters, not quantity.  Hard copies only. Electronic 
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2011 for the course ETHS 220 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.

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