3:35 PM Class
The key is to be passionate about the topic you research but not too invested in a side until after you do the research.
Illegal music downloads
Global Climate Change?
Stem Cell Research
Legality of Prostitution
Violence in Video Games
Arts and Education
Woman in Combat
Universal Health Care
Big Bang Theory
Organic vs. Inorganic
Please see the new syllabus on the syllabus page. Please make sure to read the articles for each class. We need to have topics to discuss and analyze, and these can only be discussions if we all have read the material.
You may submit your Response Paper 2 any time up until class time. The assignments are now posted. In the future, please know that all assignment descriptions can be found on the Documents page of this website.
Please make every effort to not be absent on Monday! We will have our first peer review.
Bring a complete, typed and proofread copy of your Essay 1 to class for peer review.
Do not submit anything to Turnitin.com until after Monday’s class.
Monday’s class will be focused on discussing the articles that we should have discussed last class. We will also begin working on our Essay 1: Description and Narration. Please take a moment to go to the Documents page and check out the assignment sheet.
If you were supposed to lead a discussion during last class, please be prepared for Monday. I am counting on you.
See the new syllabus here: Syllabus Spring 13 Revised
Viewpoints are still due now!
Any articles/leading discussions scheduled for Wednesday 2/6 will now take place on 2/11.
If you have not gotten the texts, please read the three articles below for class tomorrow. Everyone should look over the Response Paper assignment and study the Policies.
Welcome to Gen 1120′s Class Website. You will find all of the class documents and assignments here. Please review course policies carefully before next class!
If you have not been able to get the book in time, please make sure to read this essay very carefully before class: Dillard’s “from The Death of a Moth”