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*In general, people need to cite more often in-text, especially when discussing the historical context.

*Remember that YOU the writer bears the burden of proof for substantiating any and all claims that you make in your essay. This means providing '''reasons and evidence''' for substantiation!

*Be specific with your language and NIX the tendency to say sentences that are super general!

*Make certain to '''contextualize''' each and every quote from the Primary source document, so that your readers can understand the flow of the text.

*You must carefully, carefully read the primary source document to understand the author's purpose and how he was trying to achieve that purpose.

*You must carefully, carefully read the essay by Hollitz to understand the historical context!
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*[[https://docs.google.com/document/d/17bjeV9L_rRwJRfxWkLKBO_rnAjytD4-ROQm9stUSuDQ/edit?usp=sharingWorking with Exam Question 4 as a Way to help us with our Rhetorical Analyses]]
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*[[https://docs.google.com/document/d/17bjeV9L_rRwJRfxWkLKBO_rnAjytD4-ROQm9stUSuDQ/edit?usp=sharing |Working with Exam Question 4 as a Way to help us with our Rhetorical Analyses]]
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*Friday, I will hold class to hand back drafts and to meet with students individually about his or her draft. Everyone can stop by to pick up their drafts during class or come to my office to pick them up from 11 to 12. From 12 to 2, I will be in CCH 210 for the afternoon classes. You can stop by at this time to pick up drafts and to consult with me!


*Students who are not able to pick up their drafts or have a consultation with should make alternate arrangements with me for a telephone conference.
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*Friday, I will hold class to hand back drafts and to meet with students individually about the drafts. Everyone can stop by to pick up their drafts during class or come to my office to pick them up from 11 to 12. From 12 to 2, I will be in CCH 210 for the afternoon classes. You can stop by at this time to pick up drafts and to consult with me!

*Students who are not able to pick up their drafts or have a consultation with should make alternate arrangements with me to meet about during office hours or to arrange a telephone conference .
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!!Homework

*'''Study and Revise!'''

*Remember that '''Writing is a knowledge-making activity'''! Use writing to make knowledge about his tory and rhetorical situations!
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In Source 2 - "Jonathan Sewall Offers a Defense of British Authority," Sewall characterizes someone who obeys the law and follows the rules and leaders as "a true Patriot" (69). Do you agree with Sewall's definition? What modern-day connections can you make to the idea of patriotism? Also, how do YOU define what it means to be patriotic? In what ways are you a patriot?
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'''In Source 2 - "Jonathan Sewall Offers a Defense of British Authority," Sewall characterizes someone who obeys the law and follows the rules and leaders as "a true Patriot" (69). Do you agree with Sewall's definition? What modern-day connections can you make to the idea of patriotism? Also, how do YOU define what it means to be patriotic?'''
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In Source 2 - "Jonathan Sewall Offers a Defense of British Authority," Sewall provides a definition of someone who obeys the law and follows the rules and leaders as "a true Patriot" (69). Do you agree with Sewall's definition? What modern-day connections can you make to the idea of patriotism? Also, how do YOU define what it means to be patriotic? In what ways are you a patriot?
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In Source 2 - "Jonathan Sewall Offers a Defense of British Authority," Sewall characterizes someone who obeys the law and follows the rules and leaders as "a true Patriot" (69). Do you agree with Sewall's definition? What modern-day connections can you make to the idea of patriotism? Also, how do YOU define what it means to be patriotic? In what ways are you a patriot?
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!!Writing Into the Day --
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!!Writing Into the Day -- Making Modern Day Connections!

In Source 2 - "Jonathan Sewall Offers a Defense of British Authority," Sewall provides a definition of someone who obeys the law and follows the rules and leaders as "a true Patriot" (69). Do you agree with Sewall's definition? What modern-day connections can you make to the idea of patriotism? Also, how do YOU define what it means to be patriotic? In what ways are you a patriot?
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*[[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1n0vdnMp7WLK_usvvSYYiLq8eJV3aCNfIUGrbHB3Lpbc/edit?usp=sharing | Creating a Stellar Works Cited Today!]]
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*[[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1n0vdnMp7WLK_usvvSYYiLq8eJV3aCNfIUGrbHB3Lpbc/edit?usp=sharing| Creating a Stellar Works Cited Today!]]
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*Let's Learn a crazy term from Rhetoric: Kairos

*[['''Conventions for Writing for Academic Audiences: In-Text Citation and the Works Cited'''
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*[[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1n0vdnMp7WLK_usvvSYYiLq8eJV3aCNfIUGrbHB3Lpbc/edit?usp=sharing | Creating a Stellar Works Cited Today!]]

*[[https://docs.google.com/document/d/17bjeV9L_rRwJRfxWkLKBO_rnAjytD4-ROQm9stUSuDQ/edit?usp=sharingWorking with Exam Question 4 as a Way to help us with our Rhetorical Analyses]]
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*I will hold class to hand back drafts and provide a space for you to work and study independently. Everyone can stop by to pick up their drafts during class or come to my office to pick them up from 11 to 12. From 12 to 2, I will be in CCH 210 for the afternoon classes. You can stop by at this time to pick up drafts!
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*Friday, I will hold class to hand back drafts and to meet with students individually about his or her draft. Everyone can stop by to pick up their drafts during class or come to my office to pick them up from 11 to 12. From 12 to 2, I will be in CCH 210 for the afternoon classes. You can stop by at this time to pick up drafts and to consult with me!


*Students who are not able to pick up their drafts or have a consultation with should make alternate arrangements with me for a telephone conference.
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*Exigence and Football
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*Let's Learn a crazy term from Rhetoric: Kairos
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*'''Conventions for Writing for Academic Audiences: In-Text Citation and the Works Cited'''
**In-text Citation -- Remember that per the Assignment instructions for the Rhetorical Analysis, you need to cite three sources in your essay:
***Ch. 4 in ''Contending Voices''
***Something from ''Naming what We Know''' -- you choose what you think would make good sense.
***A credible source from CREDO REFERENCE (online database of reference material from the TAMUCC Library).

**In-text Citation -- What Information is needed?
***Author's last
***the page number

**In-text Citation --- source information that is directly quoted should be properly integrated by making use of a QUOTATION SANDWICH.
**Step 1) Lead with your idea.
**Step 2) Insert source material with a signal phrase.
**Step 3) Comment on how the source material relates to or helps to illustrate your idea.

**In-text Citation -- Use a Signal phrase.
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*[['''Conventions for Writing for Academic Audiences: In-Text Citation and the Works Cited''']]
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*'''Conventions for Writing for Academic Audiences: In-Text Citation and the Works Cited'''
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**In-text Citation -- What Information is needed?
***Author's last
***the page number

**In-text Citation --- source information that is directly quoted should be properly integrated by making use of a QUOTATION SANDWICH.
**Step 1) Lead with your idea.
**Step 2) Insert source material with a signal phrase.
**Step 3) Comment on how the source material relates to or helps to illustrate your idea.

**In-text Citation -- Use a Signal phrase.
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*Friday - In lieu of a face-to-face class on Friday, you will need to complete an online assignment in Blackboard. This assignment will posted in the Rhetorical Analysis Project Folder under the Content Link (see the sidebar). It will be due by Sunday, Oct. 1st, at midnight. No late work will be accepted and the assignment will be set to disappear at midnight. It will be worth 10 points. You should, of course, also have a copy of this work in your Writing Portfolio.
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*Friday - In lieu of a face-to-face class on Friday, you will need to complete an online assignment in Blackboard. This assignment will be posted in the Rhetorical Analysis Project Folder under the Content Link (see the sidebar) in Blackboard. It will be due by Sunday, Oct. 1st, at midnight. No late work will be accepted and the assignment will be set to disappear at midnight. It will be worth 10 points. You should, of course, also have a copy of this work in your Writing Portfolio.
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*Conventions for Writing for Academic Audiences: In-Text Citation and the Works Cited
**In-text Citation -- Remember that per the Assignment instructions for the Rhetorical Analysis, you need to cite three sources in your essay:
***Ch. 4 in ''Contending Voices''
***Something from ''Naming what We Know''' -- you choose what you think would make good sense.
***A credible source from CREDO REFERENCE (online database of reference material from the TAMUCC Library).
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!!Announcements
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!!Announcements

*Friday - In lieu of a face-to-face class on Friday, you will need to complete an online assignment in Blackboard. This assignment will posted in the Rhetorical Analysis Project Folder under the Content Link (see the sidebar). It will be due by Sunday, Oct. 1st, at midnight. No late work will be accepted and the assignment will be set to disappear at midnight. It will be worth 10 points. You should, of course, also have a copy of this work in your Writing Portfolio.

*I will hold class to hand back drafts and provide a space for you to work and study independently. Everyone can stop by to pick up their drafts during class or come to my office to pick them up from 11 to 12. From 12 to 2, I will be in CCH 210 for the afternoon classes. You can stop by at this time to pick up drafts!
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*'''Hispanic Heritage Events'''


**'''Wednesday 9/27/17'''- Setting Fire to La Frontera - 6pm to 8pm in UC Lonestar 142 A (Pride Alliance Event)

**'''Thursday 9/28/17'''- Spanish Teachers Panel - 6pm to 8pm in UC Oso 221
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*Exigence and Football
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!!Announcements

*[[ https://docs.google.com/document/d/19UQQPbm3-8TwfP682JM61XvgbGrVnJyEhOqKmohxGNI/edit?usp=sharing | Here is the Key to the Rhetoric and Citation Quiz]]. I have graded the quizzes and put them in the BB grade book. For those of you who were absent, you will need to find a way to make up for this quiz. You should visit with me during office hours to discuss possibilities.
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!!Writing Into the Day -- Practice for Exam 1



!!Announcements

*[[ https://docs.google.com/document/d/19UQQPbm3-8TwfP682JM61XvgbGrVnJyEhOqKmohxGNI/edit?usp=sharing | Here is the Key to the Rhetoric and Citation Quiz]]. I have graded the quizzes and put them in the BB grade book. For those of you who were absent, you will need to find a way to make up for this quiz. You should visit with me during office hours to discuss possibilities.

*[[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZAP0QgR9YTjji4_UpOz1mGddjHgpnNEZQTStIC1eVSM/edit?usp=sharing | MLA Formatting Checklist]] -- you will need to complete this checklist just prior to turning in your Rhetorical Analysis Final Draft. This table should be completed by October 5th and put into your Writing Portfolio.


!!Learning and Activity for Today

!!Homework