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Activity:In groups, then as a class, share and discuss your 2 new sources.Schedule:Week 10 Individual Conferences.Mini-lecture/Discussion:Thesis statements; narrowing topics and claims.8
Activity/Workshop:Argument workshop –Sum up the claims in your sources. What ideas dothey support?For Thursday:**Due:The final, fully revised draft of Writing Project #2 (if I returned it to youThurs., 3/8).Read:“Drafting Introductions” & “Developing Paragraphs” – from FITA – pdf on BB.**Continue your research. Write first paragraph of Research ProposalThursday, Mar. 12Hand in:The final draft of your Literature Review project.*(if you got it back last Thurs.)Discuss:Readings and exercises.In-class writing activity:Drafting language for your Research Proposal + a working intro foryour paper.Style point:transitions and common research phrasingDiscuss:Writing Project 4, The Research Paper. Mapping research process. Effective ways todevelop your paper. Research strategies.For Week 10:**Continue your research.**Prep for conferences (bring notes & a working thesis!)**Reminder:Draft #1 of your Research Proposal and Annotated Bibliography (6-8sources & a working thesis isdue during your conferences)**Reminder, part 2:A working half-draft of your Research Paper (revised thesis,introduction, the first 4-5 pages) is due Thursday of Week 12, April 9th.WEEK TEN**Last chance for Late Drop (with a W):**Fri., March 20 is the last day you can use theoptional late drop in the college office and receive a grade of W on your academic record.Tuesday, March 17-Individual ConferencesThursday, March 19- Individual Conferences(some students on Wed. March 18)Bring draft of your Research Proposal and Annotated Bibliography)(8 solid sources & a working thesis)SPRING BREAK – No Classes – March 23-27 (M-F)Note:For the rest of the semester,continue to find and evaluate sources. Further your researchas much as possible. Take notes, notes, notes. Be prepared to show your notes upon request. Ahalf-draft of your Research Paper is dueWEEK ELEVENTuesday, March 31Share:Your working theses in small groups, then present to class.Discussion/mini-lecture:The characteristics of a strong thesis statement.The types of weakthesis statements (and/or flaws of reasoning), common errors.Exercise:Drafting Pargraphs (discuss FITA reading)Grammar Exercise:Static versus Active Verbs.For Thursday: [this is only relevant if I allow a revision of this project]**Finaldraft of Research Prop. and Annot. Bib (8 effective sources + working thesis)Thursday, April 2Hand in:Final drafts of RPs and Annot. Bibs.9
Exercise:Transitions and paragraphing w/ sample paper from BB. Reasoning flaws continued.For Tuesday:Reading:“Recognizing Logical Fallacies” (FITA 218-222). Be prepared to discuss.Prepare:An outline of your paper so far. Be prepared to share with peers.

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