EARLY SCREEN TIME LEADS TO LONG TERM SUCCESS
For the purpose of this study, the following questions were addressed:
1. Can screen time with kids ages 2-5 lead to long term financial growth?
2. Should schools incorporate more c
SCREEN TIME MADE POSITIVE
Borba, M. (2009). The big book of parenting solutions: 101 answers to your everyday challenges
and wildest worries. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 131-139.
Borba talks about TV addiction and why parents
Research Paper: The Outline
After deciding on a Research Question, and developing a thesis statement, the next
step is to build out your thesis by creating a detailed outline.
The outline requirements are as follows:
1. The first paragraph includes
Writing Skills Assessment
I. Multiple Choice- Choose the best answer
1. A Run-on is:
a. An incomplete phrase
b. Two complete phrases joined by a comma
c. Two complete phrases joined by a comma-coordinating-conjunction
d. Two complete ph
Comma Quiz: Part 2;)
The passage below (and on the back of this page) has 20 punctuation errors. Add 18
missing commas. Delete 2 unnecessary commas. Note: its helpful to use a different
color than black so you can track your chang
Week 3: Ideas and Arguments
Hi, Im Shannon Murray (in case you forgot). Weve got to take attendance.
Hang onto your personal narrative.
Lecture/discussion Ideas & Arguments
Shoulder partner: Ask each other if you eve
My Ex Went to Prison for Sex
Jean Ellen Whatley
In this memoir, Jean Whatley describes her reactions to discovering that her husband
had become a pedophile. Memoirs like this one allow writers to better understand
something that was once incomprehe
Formal Writing Assignment #1: The Personal Narrative
Assignment: you will draft and revise a Personal Narrative that describes one
episode from your life. This is not an autobiography. This is one story, told as
you experienced it from yo
Research Paper and Presentation
(Worth 50 points)
For this assignment you will choose an aspect of your area of study to deepen your knowledge about.
You are looking for people, movements, and technology of influence. To explain your fin
Proofreading Practice #1
(From About.com Grammar)
Ten Tips for Proofreading Effectively
Give it a rest.If time allows, set your text aside for a few hours (or days)
after you've finished composing, and then proofread it with fresh eyes.
(0-10) Topic is presented in an understandable way.
(0-10) Attempt is made to present info in an unbiased, even-handed way before
informed judgment/evaluation is shared.
(0-10) Presenter uses good data to make points.
(0-10) Presenter uses good