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!!Schedule for Grading Presentations on November 15th and 17th

'''Morning Classes'''

Section 241 -- November 15th from 8:00 to 10:00 in Prof. Burnett's classroom


Section 240 -- November 17th from 8:00 to 10:00 in Prof. Burnett's classroom


'''Afternoon Classes'''

Section 245 -- November 15th from 12:00 to 2:00 in Prof. Burnett's classroom


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*'''Group Introduction Work -- More Presentation Groups Must go!'''
**Does the intro sound well-rehearsed and full of critical thinking?
**Does each member speak with eloquence and confidence?
**Does the intro help the audience get good understanding of the overall ideas that are going to be conveyed in the presentation?
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!!WITTD - Discourse Communities
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!!WITTD - [[Searching as Strategic Exploration]]

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!!Searching As Strategic Exploration

'''Dispositions'''

Learners who are developing their information literate abilities
exhibit mental flexibility and creativity;
understand that first attempts at searching do not always produce adequate results;
realize that information sources vary greatly in content and format and have varying relevance
and value, depending on the needs and nature of the search;
seek guidance from experts, such as librarians, researchers, and professionals;
recognize the value of browsing and other serendipitous methods of information gathering;
persist in the face of search challenges
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**You use this template to fit the purposes of your argument and the needs of your presentation.
**Alter, modify, revise, rearrange as you see fit. Just be certain to make sound decisions based the demands of this particular rhetorical situation.
**PowerPoints are not required, but I strongly recommend that you throw one together.
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!!Searching As Strategic Exploration

'''Dispositions'''

Learners who are developing their information literate abilities
exhibit mental flexibility and creativity;
understand that first attempts at searching do not always produce adequate results;
realize that information sources vary greatly in content and format and have varying relevance
and value, depending on the needs and nature of the search;
seek guidance from experts, such as librarians, researchers, and professionals;
recognize the value of browsing and other serendipitous methods of information gathering;
persist in the face of search challenges



!!Homework

*Group Presentation Work -- The Group Proposal
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*The PowerPoint Template
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*[[Attach:RPTfall2017.pptx | The PowerPoint Template]]
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!!WITTD - Discourse Communities

!!Announcements

*Office hours for today 11 to 11:50 and 2 to 3.

*Getting stressed or overwhelmed? Remember that your tuition covers the cost of '''counseling.''' Please check out this [[http://counseling.tamucc.edu/ | Source]]!

!!Learning and Activities for the Day

*The PowerPoint Template

*The Sample Presentation -- Cramming Everything In in 5 Minutes is Hard or Why Sarah and Angelina Grimke were such badass women!

*Group Introduction Work -- More Presentation Groups Must go!
**Does the intro sound well-rehearsed and full of critical thinking?
**Does each member speak with eloquence and confidence?
**Does the intro help the audience get good understanding of the overall ideas that are going to be conveyed in the presentation?