1. Paper #3 is due at class time. Turn in your folder with all drafts (1st, 2nd, 3rd), peer comments, and the final paper itself.
2. Be prepared to write a brief reflective essay after completing course evaluations.
Oral presentations of your educational concept will begin Tuesday and continue up through Thursday. Please see the schedule distributed in class.
As promised, I will hold extra office hours during the upcoming school week:
Tuesday 11:15-12:30, 2:30-3:30
Thursday 11:15-12:30, 2:30-3:30
Please feel free to stop by my office, 311 Nolte, to review and talk about your paper, if you wish (not mandatory). It'll be on a "first-come, first-served" basis!
Please come to class prepared to begin planning your oral presentation. You will have some class time to coordinate with your panel members (for some of you), create a visual aid, and begin organizing your talk to the class. (See the handout for the oral presentation schedule.) Oral presentations will begin Tuesday, Dec. 3.
Please bring two copies of your third draft of your paper #3 for an editing and proofreading session in class.
The Annotated Bibliography will be collected. The Oral Presentations will be assigned.
Please note that mandatory writing conferences with the second draft of your paper #3 will begin this Thursday and continue up through Tuesday, Nov. 19, as scheduled on the syllabus. Bring TWO copies of the second draft for us to read.
Read the class email to confirm your specific date and time.
All conferences will be be held in my office, 311 Nolte.
Please bring TWO copies of the first draft of paper #3: Explaining an Educational Concept, to class for a mandatory peer review session.
1. We will meet at Wilson Library on the West Bank for research time for Paper #3: Explaining an Educational Concept. Attendance will be taken. Do not go to our classroom.
2. Check in with me in the main floor foyer/lobby area to pick up instructions.
3. Bring your UCard to check out library materials.
Your last major paper, Paper #3, and an Annotated Bibliography will be assigned and reviewed in class. We will also review library databases for Paper #3.
You will begin exploring ideas and resources for Paper #3.
Graded papers, reflective essays, and responses to Hirsch's essay will be returned to you.
Hi, folks. Read Hirsch 's "Cultural Literacy" and Herrnstein Smith 's "Cult-lit" for discussion. Bring your typed responses to the four questions on the half sheet handout distributed in class.
Paper 2 is due at class time. Please place all required items in a folder to turn in (see the list of items on the half sheet distributed at your writing conference).
You will write a reflective essay to turn in at the end of the period.