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Due February 21, 23

Your With & Against the Grain paper is due in class on February 23. Please print the paper off well in advance of class, staple the pages together, and bring it with you to class. 115 more words

English Composition

Due February 16

Read “Paragraphing: The MEAL” plan, available on the “Readings” tab of the course website. In your homework notebook, write what each letter in the MEAL plan stands for. 83 more words

English Composition

Due February 14

Finish your research on education, prisons, and prison reform. Write a third research report and turn it in. (Remember, however, that you need at least FOUR sources for this essay, so you will find more sources than you will write research reports.) 46 more words

English Composition

Due February 14

Your final research report is due in class. Please come ready to discuss your views on education in prisons, and the prison system more broadly. 47 more words

English Composition

Due February 9

Read “Quotations” (UNC-Chapel Hill), available under the “Readings” tab when you mouse over “English Composition.” Compare what you learn from the reading to what you learned in class the other day: 130 more words

English Composition

Due February 2

Write up your first research report! Good luck! I think you will enjoy the research process.

And bring your copy of You Are What You Love back to class with you.

English Composition

Due January 31

On Tuesday, we’ll discuss 1) what makes sources reliable, and 2) how to find research.

Please read “Evaluating Internet Research Sources,” available under the “Readings” tab of the course website. 67 more words

English Composition