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!!! What was the purpose of this discussion today? In your Research Log, you will need to include a variety of sources that ''say something'' about your topic. Sources that have multiple perspectives on your topic will serve you best as you prepare Writing Project 3 in the final weeks of the semester.
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!!! What was the purpose of this discussion today? In your Research Log, you will need to include a variety of sources that represent a unique or different view of your topic. Sources that have multiple perspectives on your topic will serve you best as you prepare Writing Project 3 in the final weeks of the semester.
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!!! What was the purpose of this discussion today? In your Research Log, you will need to include a variety of sources that ''say something'' about your topic. Sources that have multiple perspectives on your topic will serve you best as you prepare Writing Project 3 in the final weeks of the semester.
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* [[Spring 2018 Registration Resources]]
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* Spring 2018 Registration is around the corner! Use these [[Spring 2018 Registration Resources]] to help you get prepped!
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** In recent months, this [[http://www.teenvogue.com/story/the-washington-post-thomas-jefferson-sally-hemings-slavery-mistress|article has also been shared]] online and sparked a debate on a social media. Is this a credible source? Does it raise some valid points?
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** Since this past Spring, this [[http://www.teenvogue.com/story/the-washington-post-thomas-jefferson-sally-hemings-slavery-mistress|article has also been shared]] online and sparked a debate on a social media. Is this a credible source? Does it raise some valid points?

** Why does this narrative matter to Americans today? https://www.nbcnews.com/news/nbcblk/thomas-jefferson-s-enslaved-mistress-sally-hemings-living-quarters-found-n771261
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* Make an appointment with your advisor to prepare for Spring 2018 class registration!
* Electronic version of the Spring 2018 schedule will be viewable on [[http://sail.tamucc.edu/|SAIL]] Oct. 16th! TODAY!
** Click on the link called Class Schedules to scope it out!
** Here is a [[Attach:springregistration2018.xls|schedule sheet]] to help you plan out your class schedule for Spring 2018.
** What learning community options are available for next Spring? Go here to find out: https://fylcp.tamucc.edu/
** We will be discussing the registration process in depth in class Wednesday!
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* [[Spring 2018 Registration Resources]]
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* Electronic version of the Spring 2017 schedule will be viewable on [[http://sail.tamucc.edu/|SAIL]] Oct. 16th! TODAY!
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* Electronic version of the Spring 2018 schedule will be viewable on [[http://sail.tamucc.edu/|SAIL]] Oct. 16th! TODAY!
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* Make an appointment with your advisor to prepare for Spring 2018 class registration!
* Electronic version of the Spring 2017 schedule will be viewable on [[http://sail.tamucc.edu/|SAIL]] Oct. 16th! TODAY!
** Click on the link called Class Schedules to scope it out!
** Here is a [[Attach:springregistration2018.xls|schedule sheet]] to help you plan out your class schedule for Spring 2018.
** What learning community options are available for next Spring? Go here to find out: https://fylcp.tamucc.edu/
** We will be discussing the registration process in depth in class Wednesday!
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* Need some additional guidance on [[Writing Project 2]] ? Come by and see Ms. Bray and I during office hours! We are here to help!
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* Need some additional guidance on [[http://falcon.tamucc.edu/wiki/JenniferBray/WP2EFall2017|Writing Project 2]] ? Come by and see Ms. Bray and I during office hours! We are here to help!

* Make sure you bring your lecture notes with you to Seminar on Wednesday! You will need them to get in on preparation for Exam 2!

* Need some additional guidance on the material for History? Here is the Supplemental Instruction Schedule for our learning community this semester: https://falcon.tamucc.edu/wiki/JenniferBray/DanielsScheduleTriadEFall2017
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* How are we all feeling about [[http://falcon.tamucc.edu/wiki/JenniferBray/WP2ESpring2017|Writing Project 2]]?
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* How are we all feeling about [[http://falcon.tamucc.edu/wiki/JenniferBray/WP2EFall2017|Writing Project 2]]?
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!! Announcements and reminders:
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!! Announcements and reminders:

* Next Monday, October 23rd: History Reading Quiz #5 Helper vs. Fitzhugh Contending Voices, Chapter 12!
** To help you get the most out of your Contending Voices chapter reading, use this:[[Attach:Fall2016readingguide.doc|CV Reading Guide]]
** This guide will help you to read the text critically and "pull out" key ideas, concepts, and better understand the conflict between the 2 historical figures etc.

* Need some additional guidance on [[Writing Project 2]] ? Come by and see Ms. Bray and I during office hours! We are here to help!
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* Get into your [[http://falcon.tamucc.edu/wiki/AmandaMarquez/WritingGroupsFall2017|Writing Groups]]!
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* Get into your [[http://www.tamucc.edu/wiki/JenniferBray/LCEWritingGroups|Writing Groups]]!
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!!!!!! Investigating the past...
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!!! Investigating the past...
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!!!!!! Investigating the past...
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* Questions, concerns, issues?

* History Quiz#3 - Bache vs. Hamilton!

* How are we all feeling about [[http://falcon.tamucc.edu/wiki/JenniferBray/WP2ESpring2017|Writing Project 2]]?
** Have you selected your topic?
** Is there any concern about where you are going with this?

'''To help you understand what you are going to be doing in Writing Project 2... let's discuss a topic you have some familiarity with.

'''When the Past Speaks to the Present...'''

* [[A Controversial topic: Hemings and Jefferson]]

* Get into your [[http://falcon.tamucc.edu/wiki/AmandaMarquez/WritingGroupsFall2017|Writing Groups]]!

* So, why do you think this story remains the subject of debate?

* What does this story ''say'' about American society in the 18th century?

** In recent months, this [[http://www.teenvogue.com/story/the-washington-post-thomas-jefferson-sally-hemings-slavery-mistress|article has also been shared]] online and sparked a debate on a social media. Is this a credible source? Does it raise some valid points?


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