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* Each group will receive a handout with the following questions.
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* Let's take a look at something you may be familiar with.
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* Let's take a look at something you may be familiar with. Your task as a group is to '''ANALYZE''' the image and to share with your classmates your interpretation. I am not looking for specific responses to these questions, I just want to know what you think!
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* History Quiz is on '''Thursday, Feb 2nd''' Dr Wooster will providing a study guide for this quiz. He will distribute the study guide in large lecture today. He has also provided a copy of the review on Blackboard and I have it for you here: [[Attach:quizreviewguide2017.doc|Spring 2017 Quiz Study Guide]] %red Note: All of the quiz dates FOR THE ENTIRE SEMESTER have been listed on the Sidebar of this page. Click on the link called LCE Major Due Dates and you will find them there along with other important dates!
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* History Quiz is on '''Thursday, Feb 2nd''' Dr Wooster will providing a study guide for this quiz. He will distribute the study guide in large lecture today. He has also provided a copy of the review on Blackboard and I have it for you here: [[Attach:quizreviewguide2017.doc|Spring 2017 Quiz Study Guide]] %red% Note: All of the quiz dates FOR THE ENTIRE SEMESTER have been listed on the Sidebar of this page. Click on the link called LCE Major Due Dates and you will find them there along with other important dates!
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* History Quiz is on '''Thursday, Feb 2nd''' Dr Wooster will providing a study guide for this quiz. He will distribute the study guide in large lecture today. He has also provided a copy of the review on Blackboard and I have it for you here: [[Attach:quizreviewguide2017.doc|Spring 2017 Quiz Study Guide]] %red Note: All of the quiz dates have been listed on the Sidebar of this page. Click on the link called LCE Major Due Dates and you will find them there along with other important dates!
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* History Quiz is on '''Thursday, Feb 2nd''' Dr Wooster will providing a study guide for this quiz. He will distribute the study guide in large lecture today. He has also provided a copy of the review on Blackboard and I have it for you here: [[Attach:quizreviewguide2017.doc|Spring 2017 Quiz Study Guide]] %red Note: All of the quiz dates FOR THE ENTIRE SEMESTER have been listed on the Sidebar of this page. Click on the link called LCE Major Due Dates and you will find them there along with other important dates!
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* History Quiz is on '''Thursday, Feb 2nd''' Dr Wooster will providing a study guide for this quiz. He will distribute the study guide in large lecture today. He has also provided a copy of the review on Blackboard and I have it for you here: [[Attach:quizreviewguide2017.doc|Spring 2017 Quiz Study Guide]]
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* History Quiz is on '''Thursday, Feb 2nd''' Dr Wooster will providing a study guide for this quiz. He will distribute the study guide in large lecture today. He has also provided a copy of the review on Blackboard and I have it for you here: [[Attach:quizreviewguide2017.doc|Spring 2017 Quiz Study Guide]] %red Note: All of the quiz dates have been listed on the Sidebar of this page. Click on the link called LCE Major Due Dates and you will find them there along with other important dates!
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* Blue Books are due to me by the end of the day on '''Tuesday, Feb 7th''' You will need THREE of them in order to take your exams. Turning these in on time will count as your 1st lecture supplement grade(= you earn points for doing this!) I will be keeping a list of who has turned them in.
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* Blue Books are due to me by the end of the day on '''Tuesday, Feb 7th''' You will need THREE of them in order to take your exams. Turning these in on time will count as your 1st lecture supplement grade(= you earn points toward your History and Seminar grades for doing this!) I will be keeping a list of who has turned them in.
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''' Get into groups!'''
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''' Get into groups of five and no larger! You choose your group mates!'''
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3.) What is each artist's message and how does it change over time?
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3.) What is the artist's message? In what ways has it changed over time?
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'''Reminders''':
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''' Announcements and Reminders''':
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* '''History Reading Quiz #1''' is scheduled for next Tuesday, Jan. 31st and will cover material Chapter 2 of ''Contending Voices'' Bacon vs. Berkeley. This multiple choice quiz will be given at the '''BEGINNING''' OF Seminar class time. Be prepared! Come by office hours if you have specific questions about the reading!
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* History Quiz is on '''Thursday, Feb 2nd''' Dr Wooster will providing a study guide for this quiz. He will distribute the study guide in large lecture and via Blackboard.
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* History Quiz is on '''Thursday, Feb 2nd''' Dr Wooster will providing a study guide for this quiz. He will distribute the study guide in large lecture today. He has also provided a copy of the review on Blackboard and I have it for you here: [[Attach:quizreviewguide2017.doc|Spring 2017 Quiz Study Guide]]
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* Here is the Supplemental Instruction Schedule for our learning community this semester: [[Attach:SISchedule.doc|Spring 2017 SI Schedule]]
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1.) Who is the intended audience? ( Audience can be readers, viewers, listeners and consumers.)
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1.) Who is the intended audience?(The term "Audience" can best be defined as a reader, viewer, listener and consumer.)
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* READ! and take some notes!
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* READ! and take some notes! Remember, you should always read the chapters outlined in Dr. Wooster's syllabus BEFORE you attend class. Doing so will help clarify your understanding of the lecture!
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''' Get into groups!'''

1.) Who is the intended audience? ( Audience can be readers, viewers, listeners and consumers.)

2.) What is the artist's purpose? What are they trying to get their audience to think, feel, believe, say and/ or do?

3.) What is each artist's message and how does it change over time?
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** [[Attach:disneyyo.jpg|Image 2]]
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** [[Attach:disneyyo1.jpg|Image 2]]
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* Questions, comments, concerns about the learning community?
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'''Rhetorical Sitch...'''
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*What is the %newwin%[[http://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg231/jenbob64/The20Rhetorical20Triangle_zpsrlb6dfql.jpg|Rhetorical Situation]]??
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* Questions about any of the issues/topics we discussed last class meeting?
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!! Rhetorical Sitch...
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'''Rhetorical Sitch...'''
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'''Daily Task(s):'''

* Discussion of Seminar syllabus
, learning community business- was there anything we didn't cover last meeting? ASK AWAY! :)

* Looking, Planning Ahead

**You will need both your Composition and History syllabi
:)

**On the handout provided, let's configure your schedule for the semester
***This is something that you can use to keep organized and on track for at least three classes you have this semester. I have extra copies of
the calendar if you wish to create one for your other classes.
***You do not have to use this handout. If you have another calendar, use it as we review what will be expected this semester.

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Daily Reading Discussion
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''CV'' Chapter 1
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!! Rhetorical Sitch...

* Questions, comments
, concerns about the learning community?

*What is the %newwin%[[http
://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg231/jenbob64/The20Rhetorical20Triangle_zpsrlb6dfql.jpg|Rhetorical Situation]]??

* Take out a piece of paper and something to write with. :) I want to know what you think!

'+ So, are there any set definitions of the concept of truth?+'

*%color=blue% So, what's the Difference?: [[Attach:cortes3.jpg|Primary]] vs. [[Attach:wooster.jpg|Secondary]] Sources
** Authors of secondary sources use primary sources to interpret
the past.
** What do primary sources tell us about the past?
** How are we certain that we can ''trust'' these sources?

* Let's take a look at something you may
be familiar with.
** [[Attach:pocasavesmith.jpg|Image 1]]

** [[Attach:disneyyo.jpg|Image 2]]