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March 28

Finish your definition paper, print it off, and turn it in at the start of class, with your box number written on it and your rubric. 37 more words

English Composition

March 23

Your third reading report on You Are What You Love is due in class. Come ready to discuss!

In addition, please bring a fully charged laptop computer or pen & paper, as you’ll have time to do some in-class writing on your definition paper.

English Composition

March 21

Continue research for Paper #2. This is important and should take a not insignificant part of your time.

Decide what term or terms in your topic you want to define. 130 more words

English Composition

March 16

Read the essay, “Definition” (You have received this via email). When you are finished writing, answer these two questions in your homework notebook:

  • When we define words, we usually go to the dictionary; in fact, most of you have probably started an essay at some point by quoting the dictionary!
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English Composition

Due March 14

On Tuesday, March 14, we’ll have Mrs. Arjona speak to us about how to use the library databases for research. To prepare for class, please watch this video… 48 more words

English Composition

Empathy in College Students

Students in Courtney Putnam’s integrated learning course that links English 101 and College 101 participated in small group “empathy projects,” which involved both primary and secondary research at Cascadia. 1,020 more words

Integrated Education

Due March 2

Think some more about your topic for Paper #2. You could choose one of the topics posted on the course website over the weekend, one that we discussed in class on Tuesday, or a completely new one. 86 more words

English Composition