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4/25 Discussion - Andy Bates, Thu Apr 24, 2014 9:44am
Prior to responding to the prompt, click on the following link to understand the significance of the 11th discussion board: Describe your experience in this class. How has this differed from your other English classes? What (if anything) do you feel you benefitted from? What... more
  • 4/11 Discussion - Andy Bates, Thu Apr 10, 2014 8:32pm
    What topic have you chosen for your issue paper? Why? What are the two sides of the argument? What are the main points for those sides? What do you feel will be the greatest challenge for you with this paper?
  • 4/4 Discussion - Andy Bates, Thu Apr 3, 2014 8:17pm
    Now that the annotated bib is done, what was the most challenging part of it for you? What did you find easiest to do? What are you most satisfied with about your annotated bib? What do you feel might be your weak point?
  • 3/28 Discussion - Andy Bates, Thu Mar 27, 2014 10:29am
    When doing the Annotated Bib (yes, you should've been doing it by now), what resources have you found to be most useful? What types of sources have you encountered in your research? How has the information contained therein differed from source to source?
  • 3/21 Discussion - Andy Bates, Thu Mar 20, 2014 8:16am
    What are your impressions of the TC Boyle stories we have read so far? Which, if any, have you liked? Why? Which have you disliked? Why? Are there any stories you have seen/read in the book that we have not read yet (nerds) that you would like us to read/discuss?
  • Discussion 3/21 - Emily Mallobe, Fri Mar 21, 2014 4:40pm
    My impression on the stories we have read and gone over so far is that there is more depth than meets the eyes when it comes to first reading it. I came to this realization when you assigned us our first in class reading essay and I did not know how to really answer the questions. The stories are also very strange.... more
    3/7 Discussion - Andy Bates, Thu Mar 6, 2014 2:01pm
    What (if anything) did you find beneficial about the library instructional session? What topic have you chosen (final answer) for your Annotated Bib? Why did you choose this topic? Have a great (and safe) Spring break.
  • 3/7 Discussion - Mark Lewis, Fri Mar 7, 2014 4:49pm
    The library instructional session was extremely informational for me because I am not very good at researching in general, and I believe the research part was the reason for my poor grade in my last paper. I learned a lot that I can use for my next essay. The use of the many databases will be extremely helpful when I... more
    2/28 Discussion - Andy Bates, Thu Feb 27, 2014 4:39pm
    What topic(s) are you considering for your Annotated Bib? How do you intend to narrow focus for the bib? Why have you chosen this/these topic(s)? What answers about the library's resources do you hope to have answered on Monday's library instructional session?
  • 2/21 Discussion - Andy Bates, Thu Feb 20, 2014 2:39pm
    Describe your topic refinement and research process for your paper. In the process of researching, what new or surprising information did you discover about your topic? How did your research affect your view on your topic?
  • 2/14 Discussion - Andy Bates, Thu Feb 13, 2014 5:51pm
    What topic have you chosen for your informative paper? (yes, you should know by now) Why have you chosen it? What do you know about the topic? What questions do you have about the topic that you will answer in your research?
  • 2/14 Discussion (nm) - Mark H Lewis, Fri Feb 14, 2014 12:15pm
    2/7 Discussion - Andy Bates, Thu Feb 6, 2014 9:20pm
    What topic(s) are you considering for the informative paper? Why? What do you hope to learn about the topic?
  • Discussion 1/31 - Justin Stevenson, Sat Feb 1, 2014 12:12pm
    In previous English classes, I have been exposed to an array of challenges from timed writing to public speaking assignments. I feel that Iíve been prepared adequately enough for college level English courses. In High School, I have had multiple research based writing and speaking assignments where I had to pick a... more
    1/31 Discussion - Andy Bates, Thu Jan 30, 2014 7:23am
    Describe your experience in previous English classes. What do you feel you benefitted least from? What do you feel you benefitted most from? What do you think will help you get the most out of this semester's class?
  • English 1200: Discussion #1 - Autumn Moore, Fri Jan 31, 2014 4:41pm
    English has been one of my favorite classes ever since I was little. The concepts and freedom of imagination that writing can convey has always drawn me in. Overtime I have had many English classes that were not necessarily beneficial to me learning anything. For English I had teachers that did not put in a lot of... more
    No Subject - Jennifer Hendricks, Fri Jan 31, 2014 4:36pm
    English is the one topic that I have always struggled with. I am not the best at writing papers but when it comes to vocabulary quizzes in middle/high school that was the one thing I was good at. Every English class that I have taken has benefitted me in some way. Last semester when I took English 1100 with Mr. Andy... more
    English Discussion 1 - Niti Vaidya, Fri Jan 31, 2014 4:21pm
    My previous English classes were very different from the English class I am in right now. High School English classes, in my dictionary, could be described as being ďa piece of cakeĒ. The curriculum was not too difficult and the teachers never made any assignments seem too important or overbearing. There was always... more
    1/31 Discussion - Britini Ozley-Pittman, Fri Jan 31, 2014 2:24pm
    English was never the easiest subject to me. I am a math person. In high school, though, I managed it fairly well; I worked hard and exceeded requirements. Therefore, my lack of ability in the subject was often made up and I was able to stay at a decent A or B. In college, I hated English. Not only do I have to write... more
    English 1100 - Danielle Staub, Fri Jan 31, 2014 1:46pm
    Throughout the course of my English 1100 class freshman year it was a constant battle to keep up with assignments. Each class it seemed as though we had another writing assignment that would be due the following class and most of the due dates consisted of preparing drafts for peer review. Some classes would consist... more

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