Formal Education vs. Experience Guide

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Exploring An Inquiry: Full Draft 1 Foundations for College Writing: Frederick Assignment Overview For this assignment, you will use your concept draft and the feedback on that draft to write a full draft of a paper. Your paper will explore the following inquiry: Are the best or necessary things learned through a formal education or through experience? Concept Draft Requirements 3 page minimum Typed DOUBLE SPACED 1” Margins all around Due Monday October 7; hard copy, in class, no exceptions Skills Used: Summary (proper structure, signal phrases, etc.) Making textual and subtextual connections between texts Exploring an Inquiry Analyzing ideas and claims Presenting and supporting claims Using feedback to revise Sources Available to You (only these sources):
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Unformatted text preview: • “Benefits of College” Article • College Perception Info Graphic • “I Don’t Want My Children to Go to College” Article • DIVE Documentary • “Reading, Writing, Superman & Me” Essay • “How I Learned to Love Football” Essay • “The First Hours” Essay Specifications: • Your first paragraph will be an introduction that follows the class activity structure • You second paragraph will be a context paragraph that follows the class activity structure • Your body paragraphs will each be led with a claim that acts as a possible answer to your inquiry question o Review the claim features o Support in the ways discussed in class o Each body paragraph requires at least one source; source must be introduced with a proper summary...
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  • Fall '13
  • Frederick
  • Writing, hard copy, concept draft, Concept Draft Requirements

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