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Write --Your choice! You can opt to study for your History Quiz. You can do some work defining rhetoric terms. You can write on Ch. 4 in CV. You can do some reflecting on college life. Please put what ever you write in your writing portfolio. Label the document with a descriptive title (i.e., History quiz study or Ch. 4 Notes)

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Write --Your choice about what you want to write about! You can opt to study for your History Quiz. You can do some work defining rhetoric terms. You can write on Ch. 4 in CV. You can do some reflecting on college life. Please put what ever you write in your writing portfolio. Label the document with a descriptive title (i.e., History quiz study or Ch. 4 Notes or Reflection on Sep. 13)

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  • Our Writing into the Day Activity will be tied to our Reading Discussion. See below.
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  • Questions, comments, concerns
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Most of today's class will be spent working on the Readings for Today's class. The activity is designed to help you gain experience and learning with the following:

  • NWWK Threshold Concepts 1.0 Writing is a Social and Rhetorical Activity
  • Writing in collaborative situations
  • Close reading of a text
  • Making connections to the world outside the classroom and course content
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  • What some ways the events in Ch. 4 tie to our Key Ideas from History: theseare ideas include notions of citizenship; war; power and oppression; resistance and revolt; equality, liberty, and order; and how writing has made things happen.
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  • What are some ways the events in Ch. 4 tie to our Key Ideas from History: these ideas include notions of citizenship; war; power and oppression; resistance and revolt; equality, liberty, and order; and how writing has made things happen.

Write --Your choice! You can opt to study for your History Quiz. You can do some work defining rhetoric terms. You can write on Ch. 4 in CV. You can do some reflecting on college life. Please put what ever you write in your writing portfolio. Label the document with a descriptive title (i.e., History quiz study or Ch. 4 Notes)

Study for the History quiz

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Homework

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Homework

Read Ch. 4 for Friday

Be Prepared to Discuss the Following on Monday:

  • Jonathan Sewell and his background
  • John Adams and his background
  • According to Sewall's, what was the wicked problem of his day?
  • What what was the wicked problem, according to Adam's perspective?
  • What views did the Tories hold?
  • What views did the Whigs hold?
  • What some ways the events in Ch. 4 tie to our Key Ideas from History: theseare ideas include notions of citizenship; war; power and oppression; resistance and revolt; equality, liberty, and order; and how writing has made things happen.
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Reading Discussion

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Reading Discussion on NWWK

Section 241 (8:00)

  • https://docs.google.com/document/d/1EFKBycDAu34X14cl99001eedVMFBNyHuH8TF0Dfy8OI/edit?usp=sharing

Section 240 (9:00)

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Section 244 (12:00)

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Section 245 (1:00)

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