Researched Argument Schedule

Schedule

Nov. 9 An issue that will form the topic of your researched argument paper

Nov. 11 Read: From Topics to Questions (Find it on Blackboard)
Bring a copy to class.

Nov. 13 Re-read TSIS Chapter 13 (151-165, 200-209)
Bring Four Sources for your researched argument that pertain to your
research questions
Draft of narrative of your issues and statement of the issue

Nov. 16 Polish your question and your answer to the question.
Four pages due
Integrate at least two of your sources through summary, paraphrase,
and direct quotation

Nov. 18 From BU Writes read “Carrying Capacity” (51-56)
Bring four more sources that pertain to your research questions
Draft of Counter argument section
Intro and Conclusion Workshop
Refer to handout on arrangement

Nov. 20 For scheduled conference:
Draft of Abstract Due and Annotated bibliography
Draft of Introduction and Conclusion
Two more pages due

Nov. 23 For scheduled Conference
Draft of Introduction and Conclusion
Two more pages due

Nov. 25 Thanksgiving

Nov. 27 Thanksgiving

Nov. 30 Bring draft Copies of Researched argument for Group mates to read
For Wednesday’s Class

Dec. 2 Peer Review Researched Argument

Dec. 4 Peer Review Portfolio Essay

Dec. 7 Peer Review Portfolio Essay

Dec. 9 Researched Argument Group Presentations

Dec. 11 Portfolio due

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