* A summary of your viewpoint and your understanding of the issue. * A point-by-point discussion of both strengths and limitations of your position, arguing overall that yours is superior. * A conclusion that drives home your thesis and looks to the future. 2. To identify points of contention first identify major
Name: The Argument Proposal Topic: Working Title: Working Thesis: Topic + Slant = Thesis Strategy: Here, describe how you will support your thesis. Answer as many questions as possible. Continue to consider these questions as you draft and revise your essay. 1. What are positive core values your subject possesses?
Philosophy 1500 Exam Review Questions The final exam will take place: April 12 @ 9am Location: Alumni Hall (Raven’s Nest) The exam has three parts: PART A PART B PART C (multiple choice questions) (short answer questions) (essay questions) Questions are taken from the following three sources: Material in the Weston textbook In-class lectures Lecture notes posted on WebCT The following readings in Weston ARE covered on this exam: (Term #1) Ethics as a Learning Experience (Ch. 1, pg. 3) Stillmann, “Young Women, Sweatshops, and the Ethics of Globalization” Ethics-Avoidance Disorders (Ch. 2, pg. 20) Ethics and Religion (Ch.
Break your answer down into the areas of research, organising and reporting information. How would you conduct your research? How would you organise the information you collected? How would you present your findings? Researching Make accurate notes on information needed to use as a reminder and focus for action.
To help get a grip on the situation, the author suggests that the critical thinker would Choose one answer. | a. have others, who are involved, help determine the breadth of the problem. | | | b. find an expert in the problem in order to ask their input. | | | c. view the problem from different perspectives. | | | d. do more research to determine the accuracy of your information.
Welcome to Math 176 The textbook for this class is Goshaw, Concepts of Calculus 1st Edition, Pearson Education, 2008. In addition I require the MATHXL code for online homework. There book is available from the bookstore as a bundle. You can also find used versions for rent or sale online and buy a 6 month access code from MathXL. Changes to the schedule may be made during the term as necessary: Schedule is in Canvas The last date to withdraw from classes is April 21st Spring Break: 3/15/14 - 3/22/14 |The Final Grade for the Course is Determined as Follows: | |Test 1 |25%
WEEKEND - Read chapters 1-3 of The Road to Wigan Pier by George Orwell. Be sure to get your copy before leaving school. Complete the character assignment in the packet and be prepared to discuss this in class on Monday. [NEXT] NOTE: I will not be able to give you too many nights off from homework between now and the AP exam as we are pressed for time. However, after the exam there will be NO homework other than one project and Regents exam review for the final six weeks of school PAIN IS TEMPORARY, PRIDE IS
You will demonstrate your understanding of the author’s thesis as well as your ability to analyze and synthesize this information. The purpose of the essay is to demonstrate: * Understanding of the author’s thesis and general purpose for writing * Utilize textual examples to support your analysis of the essay – this means you will be citing (using MLA) the essay and not just making
How do we know something and how does that coincide with how we can prove that claim? Our accuracy of knowledge and confidence of proving that knowledge is based on the justification that we have to support that category of knowledge. These examples of justification can be categorized by personal experience, secondary sources and emotion. These forms of justification interact and correspond with one another to create an ultimate conclusion that will result in a piece of knowledge. In the question being analyzed, we are meant to find out how to determine the “knowledge that we value”.