Of more interest, perhaps, is a comparison of the values associated with each text. To what extent has this point of view been your experience in your study of Emma and Clueless? 4. How has the composer of the contemporary text used the earlier text to say something new? Answer this question in relation to the TWO prescribed texts you have studied.
Paper 1 prompts English L-204, Fall 2012 Taylor 1. What is the function and significance of the profanity (religious and/or otherwise) used throughout Wise Blood? How does it contribute to the characterization, style, and especially, the thematic content of the novel? 2. What is Wise Blood’s concept of sin?
ENGLISH 202.15 WRITING & CRITICAL INQUIRY SPRING 2014 Ms. Shara Whitford Office: Coulter 209 Phone: 3938 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 12:30 – 2:00 Class Time: Tues 2:00 – 3:15 Coulter 302 Thurs 2:00 – 3:15 Coulter 301 REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS The World Made Straight (Paperback edition) Rhetoric in Civic Life (Rental) Ink: Chronicles in Composition (To be purchased at WCU Bookstore) SUPPLIES Composition Book (Notebook) Flash drive/memory stick Pen These should be brought to each class COURSE DESCRIPTION Writing and Critical Inquiry is a research-based course in rhetoric and scholarly writing. Students engage in interdisciplinary inquiries, solve complex
Then as I usually do I stopped working on the project and procrastinated to the last moment possible. When I procrastinate I google; “ways to help me get over my procrastination”. I found many inspirational quotes that motivated me to do nothing. I continued to google random nonsense and eventually I even googled “best way to do research”.“Visit the library. The library is a wonderful resource for research.
Cite sources, including the assigned book and the textbook (if you use it). No internet sources No direct quotes (even of you put quotation marks around them) Must be turned in both through blackboard and turnitin.com Due Friday, May 11 2012 Suggestions for topics: 1. Take one of the Chapters we covered in class and write about how the material you learned in class is relevant to Henrietta Lacks, HeLa cells and the advances made using them. Good chapters to choose could be Cancer (obviously), Reproduction, STDs, Cells or DNA technology, although I think any to the chapters should work. 2.
Keyword u. Online catalog v. Subject heading 5. Select all statements that are true. _e__ w. All students, faculty, staff and administrators must have a NetID to access online databases and journals A to Z. x. Multidisciplinary databases contain an assortment of journal articles. y. Electronic journal articles can be printed, saved to a flash drive, or emailed.
To: Mrs. Eberhard From: Christina Fernandez Date: December 3, 2013 Re: Reflection Memo For the Client Grant project, I along with the rest of my group, “The Plastics,” wanted to use a client on campus that was beneficial to USF’s community. As a group we all decided pretty quickly on The USF Wellness Center located at the heart of campus in the Marshall Student Center. I sent out a brief email to the director of the Wellness Center, Mrs. Jennifer Parker, and followed up with a drop in at her office explaining to her about the Grant Project that we were assigned. A week later I emailed Mrs. Parker again requesting to see if she had any available time to meet with me. Later, that week I found myself speaking to a very enthusiastic woman with a plethora of insight on what to look for in a grant that the Wellness Center may actually use.
Always try to use scholarly journals as your first source because their content is most often peer reviewed which ensures credibility. Another mistake the writer is guilty of is using unprofessional wording. Found in Writing resources on scholarly writing located through the Walden library discuss the importance of scholarly tone. By using the terms ‘poor people’ which some may consider slang and starting sentences with ‘and’ the writer has failed to set a scholarly tone. The writer could rephrase the term ‘poor people’ as under privileged or poverty stricken.
Chrysalis Hypnotherapy Julie Inglefield- NORTH1A 11 Tutor Jaswinder Challi. What is Hypnosis? My attempt to answer this question as a beginner seems an impossible task so I shall endeavour to show my understanding achieved through viewing the works of authors, professionals, and people of all walks of life, and then compare this with my first thought when asked in my interview leading to entry of this course, ‘What do you think Hypnosis is?’. My reply was feeble, to be honest I struggled to find an explanation and I stumbled through the words semi-consciousness or unconsciousness or trance, just grabbing at guesses from the vague accumulated information through my life, from the media and people in knew. So perhaps by looking far back into history some answers may be found somewhere, or at least some ideas, or definitions of Hypnosis.
Mini-‐reflection Paper. From your reading of The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks Part 3: Immortality, write an essay with the following elements as your guide. A good essay will include at least four of the five categories listed. Essays must include ‘Triggers’. (10 points) “Keeper”: 1 main idea or theme that is worth remembering from the chapters “Querie”: 1 quibble, question and/or criticism for the chapters “Trigger”: 1 item that relates to or explains the material we covered in class.