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Thursday, August 25

  1. page Assignment - Course Research Scavenger Hunt edited ... Relevant Course Outcome Students will be able to identify the steps of the research process a…
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    Relevant Course Outcome
    Students will be able to identify the steps of the research process and apply information literacy skills in a variety of contexts.
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    November 28 (will be turned in through "Assignments" on Blackboard as always (with the exception of the Library Visit Form, which will be turned by the day assignment is due in hard copy)
    Format: Times New Roman, 12-point font, 1-inch margins, SINGLE-SPACED
    Will be turned in through "Assignments" on Blackboard as always (with the exception of the Library Visit Form, which will be turned by the day assignment is due in hard copy)
    Instructions
    Items to find in the Course Research Scavenger Hunt
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  2. page Assignment - Course Research edited ... Requirement for all options: Adhere to Writing Expectations Refer to the research that you co…
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    Requirement for all options: Adhere to Writing Expectations
    Refer to the research that you completed for your Course Research Scavenger Hunt
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    parts included and each part clearly marked
    You may turn in another Library Visit Form to earn 2 extra credit points on this assignment (to earn credit, form must be completed in full)
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    Your textbook is not included in the number of required sources
    Direct engagement (quotations) from your research and the textbook is required
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    course Writing dExpectationsExpectations
    Outcomes: 1) provide evidence to support why your idea is significant; 2) identify the credibility and usefulness of sources; 3) use sources effectively without letting them overwhelm your own ideas; and 4) demonstrate correct MLA citation style
    One page (minimum)
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  3. page Assignment - Course Research edited ... Students will be able to develop insights effectively through written communication, particula…
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    Students will be able to develop insights effectively through written communication, particularly via essay.
    Students will be able to identify the steps of the research process and apply information literacy skills in a variety of contexts.
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    exam - May 17th, 2:20PMDecember 12, 10AM (Blackboard)
    General Instructions
    Requirement for all options: Adhere to Writing Expectations
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  4. page Assignment - Course Research Scavenger Hunt edited ... Relevant Course Outcome Students will be able to identify the steps of the research process a…
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    Relevant Course Outcome
    Students will be able to identify the steps of the research process and apply information literacy skills in a variety of contexts.
    Due: April 27November 28
    Format: Times New Roman, 12-point font, 1-inch margins, SINGLE-SPACED
    Will be turned in through "Assignments" on Blackboard as always (with the exception of the Library Visit Form, which will be turned by the day assignment is due in hard copy)
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  5. page Assignment - Badges edited ... Badge (n.) Originally: a heraldic symbol worn as an identifying mark by a knight and his retai…
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    Badge (n.) Originally: a heraldic symbol worn as an identifying mark by a knight and his retainers (sometimes more fully badge of arms). -- Oxford English Dictionary
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    1-4) - March 28November 7
    At least
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    5-8) - May 11December 7
    Instructions:
    Sign up for a Credly account by clicking here. VERY IMPORTANT: you MUST verify your email address after you create the account in order for you to get credit for your Badges.*
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  6. page Significance Statements edited ... Student will be able to identify and analyze the textual, historical, and cultural contexts of…
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    Student will be able to identify and analyze the textual, historical, and cultural contexts of works of literature.
    Students will be able to develop insights effectively through written communication.
    Due: February 3September 21 (midnight, Blackboard)
    Page Length: will vary plus Works Cited
    Other: font style optional, SINGLE-spaced (with no excessive spacing or extra spacing in header around name, class, etc.), MLA style
    Requirements: must include quotations from at least 3 of the readings from Unit 1
    Adhere to Writing Expectations
    Will be turned in through "Assignments" on Blackboard
    Instructions:
    Throughout Unit 1, we have discussed the significance of studying early British literature. We have seen read the thoughts of others, discussed specific studies that speak to the relevance of early British literature to modern times, and conversed with scholars in the field.
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  7. page Assignment - Graphic Novel edited ... Students will be able to read works of literature closely and thoroughly. Students will be ab…
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    Students will be able to read works of literature closely and thoroughly.
    Students will be able to develop insights effectively through written communication, particularly via essay.
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    Draft Due: February 29October 19 (bring hard
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    "Assignments")
    Due: March 11,October 24, midnight (turn
    Page Length: 3 (full pages!)
    Other: Times New Roman, 12 point font, 1 inch margins, double-spaced (with no excessive spacing or extra spacing in header around name, class, etc.), MLA style
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Friday, July 29

  1. page Why Study Humanities edited ... Be ready to discuss! If list of articles does not appear below, click here. Created with Pa…
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    Be ready to discuss!
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Wednesday, May 11

  1. page Thomas More edited To earn Thomas More Badge: On your personal wiki page, 1) write More’s final letter to Henry VIII.…
    To earn Thomas More Badge: On your personal wiki page, 1) write More’s final letter to Henry VIII. What would he say to him?;
    2) examine map of Utopia on the Unit 6 page, create a map inspired by this one of your own utopia and post on your Badge page;
    3) discuss how you would react if you had found More’s Utopia in real life.
    1. Dear Henry VIII:
    I would like you to take my name off the list that committed treason. I have done nothing wrong to you, and wish to remain civil with one another. I believe that the Catholic Church would use a few changes. I ask you to please keep my good name and think of me as a person, not as a person of treason.
    Sincerely,
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    2. My map is posted to my Badge page, and here:
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    3. If I had found More's Utopia in real life, I would have been ecstatic! It is a wonderful place since any faith is accepted, there are no issues with crime and poverty, and the people there are not focused on war. It seems like a peaceful place to live, where I would feel calm and happy.

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