2_issue_proposal_short+version - ENG W131ML Fall 2011...

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ENG W131ML Fall 2011 ENGAGING VOICES CRITICALLY / ISSUE EXPLANATION PURPOSE OF THE ASSIGNMENT Many great research projects begin with a single problem or question. For your second assignment in the sequence, I will ask you to begin with the conflict, problem, or realization you discovered in the Multilingualism Narrative and briefly (~1000 words) develop that problem or question, drawing in some way on the readings we have done in class. You are not proposing a solution to the problem you have identified, nor are you arguing for or against the question. You are simply introducing it to your reader and convincing them that it is worthy of investigation by demonstrating what you already know about it and by anticipating what more you need to learn. ISSUE SELECTION Our textbook describes an issue as “a subject that can be explored and debated” ( FIAW p. 6), an idea that is dissonant or unresolved, and an occasion to demonstrate empathy and move beyond binary thinking (p. 9). An
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course ENG-W 131 taught by Professor Neal during the Fall '08 term at Indiana.

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