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Overview

Now, we write!

This is drafting week (not like cool kind in sports) and we are reviewing MLA format and 3-part source integration. We will be working in class on this and your annotated bibliographies will give you a chance to see where you stand on your MLA. Rememeber: The expectations are growing - as much as we care about you, you will not be coddled in college (wow...that sounds like the beginnings of a great sit-com). You need to MAKE TIME to get the work done. 

At the end of this week, we will be looking back at Gladwell, so bring your books to class on Friday

A note about peer ediitng: You need to pair up with two other peer pals to trade essays with. If you haven't noticed, you're not giving me your first edited drafts - the first ones that are seen are those you share with your peers. We will have an opportunity to discuss what you were encouraged to fix or what you changed next Monday. 

STAY DILIGENT in your work! We know you can do hard things :)

 

MCC COURSE COMPETENCIES

Standards addessed this week are highlighted in BLUE. 

MCCCD Course Competencies

  1. Write for specific rhetorical contexts, including circumstance, purpose, topic, audience and writer, as well as the writing’s ethical, political, and cultural implications.
  2. Organize writing to support a central idea through unity, coherence, and logical development appropriate to a specific writing context.
  3. Use appropriate conventions in writing, including consistent voice, tone, diction, grammar, and mechanics.
  4. Find, evaluate, and synthesize both online and print resources that examine a topic from multiple perspectives.
  5. Integrate sources through summarizing, paraphrasing, and quotation from sources to develop and support one’s own ideas.
  6. Identify and select appropriate documentation style to maintain academic integrity.
  7. Use feedback obtained from peer review, instructor comments and/or other resources to revise writing.
  8. Assess one’s own writing strengths and identify strategies for improvement through instructor conference, portfolio review, written evaluation, and/or other methods
  9. Generate, format, and edit writing using appropriate technologies. 

WPA Course Outcomes 

  • Rhetorical Knowledge
  • Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing
  • Processes
  • Knowledge of Conventions
  • Compsing in Electronic Environments
 

Additional Information

Notebook Pages

Turnitin.com Directions                          28

Annotated Bibliography Directions        29

      Yes/No Chart for essay                   30

      Souce Discussion [1/21-15]            31

MLA Example Paper                             32

3-Part Source Integration Notes            33

Books for the Next Unit

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT GROUPS ARE CHOOSING A BOOK TO READ (IN AND OUT OF CLASS). IT IS TO BE ASSUMED THAT GROUPS HAVE RESEARCHED THE BOOK AND CONTENT, MAKING SURE THAT IT IS APPROPRIATE TO THEM ALL IN CONTENT AND LENGTH. 

And Still W Rise: The Trials and Triumphs of Twelve Gifted Inner-City Students by Miles Corwin

Mountains Beyond Mountains: The Quest of Dr. Paul Farmer, a Man Who Would Cure the World by Tracy Kidder

Seven Years in Hanoi by Capt Larry Chesley

Four Days to Glory: Wrestling with the Soul of the American Heartland by Mark Kreidler

The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates by Wes Moore

South: The Endurance Expedition  by Ernest Shackleton

Meena, Heroine of Afghanistan: The Martyr Who Founded RAWA, the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan  by Melody Emachild Chavis

Unstoppable: From Underdog to Undefeated: How I Became a Champion by Anthony Robles and Austin Murphy

No Excuses: The True Story of a Congenital Amputee Who Became a Champion in Wrestling and in Life by Kyle Maynard

Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

I Beat the Odds: From Homelessness, to the Blindside, and Beyond by Michael Oher and Don Ye

Unbroken by Laura Hildenbrand

Finding Fish: A Memoir by Antwon Q Fisher and Mim E Rivas

The Pursuit of Happyness by Chris Gardner, Quincy Troupe

I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stook Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban by Malala Yousafzai and Christina Lamb

The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch

I Am Nujood, Age 10 and Divorced by Nujood Ali

 

 

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