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'''This assignment counts 20% of your grade for this course. It also counts in your History (15%) and Composition (10%) courses.'''
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You must include a specific quote(s) that provides evidence for your response. And YOU MAY USE YOUR NOTES
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You must include a specific quote(s) that provides evidence for your response. And YOU MAY USE YOUR NOTES

Reading Facilitation presentation schedule [[found here]].
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*The other 50 points of this assignment come from your writing responses of the facilitation. They are worth 10 points each.
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*50 points of this assignment come from your writing responses of the facilitation. They are worth 10 points each.
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*The other 50 points of this assignment come from your writing responses of the facilitation. They are worth 10 points each.
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*[[Rubric]]
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*You will be responsible for taking good notes for and of the discussion. The Reading Facilitations is designed to help you in future assignments for this course.
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*You will be responsible for taking good notes for and of the discussion. The Reading Facilitations are designed to help you in future assignments for this course.
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*You will be responsible for taking good notes for and of the discussion. Understanding the text presented in the Reading Facilitations is designed to help you in future assignments for this course.
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*You will be responsible for taking good notes for and of the discussion. The Reading Facilitations is designed to help you in future assignments for this course.
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Each group will designate a specific reading chosen from Dr. Wooster's syllabus. The group will be responsible for:
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Each group will designate a specific reading chosen from Dr. Wooster's syllabus and will be responsible for approximately 20-25 minutes of class time (or more, pending my approval). Based on your chapter readings each week, your task is NOT to give a presentation of the material itself or "reteach" the material from the chapter, but to help your peers review the content from the chapters in preparation for the exams. In other words, your group gets to be the reading facilitators for a day!

The group will be responsible for:
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*Formulate a plan of action. As leading instructors for the day, you should have lesson plans prepared. Contact with me is crucial. Send your plan of action to me via email a '''week prior to your facilitation.'''
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*Formulate a plan of action. As leading instructors for the day, you should have [[lesson plans]] prepared. Contact with me is crucial. Send your plan of action to me via email a '''week prior to your facilitation.'''
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*You will be responsible for taking good notes for and of the discussion.
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*You will be responsible for taking good notes for and of the discussion. Understanding the text presented in the Reading Facilitations is designed to help you in future assignments for this course.
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Each group will designate a specific reading chosen from the Dr. Wooster's syllabus. The group will be responsible for:
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Each group will designate a specific reading chosen from Dr. Wooster's syllabus. The group will be responsible for:
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*Create a list of "points of inquiry" you want to present to the class.
**You should engage your peers in an academic discussion of past events.
**I suggest you approach the text in a creative way. (Ex. by connecting the past with the present using media, having the class read certain passages of the text and answer questions pertaining to the text, rhetorically analyzing lyrics, works of art, etc. connected to the text's particular context)
*Each group must meet with me prior
to the date of your facilitation. Your group must have an outline of your plans for your facilitation. (If my office hours do not work for the majority of the group, you must find a time that all can attend and email me to make an appointment.)
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*Create a list of '''"points of inquiry"''' you want to present to the class. (Include some major concepts discussed in both Composition and History.)
**You should engage your peers in an academic discussion of past events and approach the text in a creative way. (Ex. by connecting the past with the present using media, having the class read certain passages of the text and answer questions pertaining to the text, rhetorically analyzing lyrics, works of art, etc. connected to the text's particular context)
*Formulate a plan of action. As leading instructors for the day, you should have lesson plans prepared. Contact with me is crucial. Send your plan of action to me via email a '''week prior to your facilitation.'''
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*Keep in mind that the main goal of this assignment is to ensure your ability to execute an in-depth class discussion about your reading that ultimately aids in preparing for History Exams and essays written in Composition.
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*Keep in mind that the main goal of this assignment is to ensure your ability to execute an in-depth class discussion about your reading that ultimately aids in preparing for your History Exams and essays in Composition.
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**Groups must approach the text in a creative way. (Ex. by connecting the past with the present using media, having the class read certain passages of the text and answer questions pertaining to the text, rhetorically analyzing lyrics, works of art, etc. connected to the text's particular context)
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**I suggest you approach the text in a creative way. (Ex. by connecting the past with the present using media, having the class read certain passages of the text and answer questions pertaining to the text, rhetorically analyzing lyrics, works of art, etc. connected to the text's particular context)
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*Carefully reading and taking proper notes on your chapters. You should be prepared for any questions that may arise.
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*Carefully reading and taking proper notes on your chapter. You should be prepared for any questions that may arise.
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*Each group must meet with me prior to the date of your facilitation. Your group must have an idea (If my office hours do not work for the majority of the group, you must find a time that all can attend and email me to make an appointment.)
*Your final lesson plan is due at '''10am on the day of your facilitation
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*Finally,
the main goal of this assignment is to ensure your ability to execute an in-depth class discussion about your reading that ultimately aids you in preparing for History Exams and essays written in Composition.
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*Each group must meet with me prior to the date of your facilitation. Your group must have an outline of your plans for your facilitation. (If my office hours do not work for the majority of the group, you must find a time that all can attend and email me to make an appointment.)
*Your final lesson plan outline is due at
'''10am on the day of your facilitation'''.
*Keep in mind that the main goal of this assignment is to ensure
your ability to execute an in-depth class discussion about your reading that ultimately aids in preparing for History Exams and essays written in Composition.
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*Meeting and discussing the reading with one another so you may create a list of questions and "points of inquiry" you want to present to the class. You will turn in your list of questions to me by 10 am on the day of your group's facilitation. Each group must meet with me prior to the date of your facilitation. (If my office hours do not work for the majority of the group, you must find a time that all can attend and email me to make an appointment.)
*Execute an in-depth class discussion about your reading
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*Create a list of "points of inquiry" you want to present to the class.
**You should engage your peers in an academic discussion of past events
.
**Groups must approach the text in a creative way. (Ex. by connecting the past with the present using media, having the class read certain passages of the text and answer questions pertaining to the text, rhetorically analyzing lyrics, works of art, etc. connected to the text's particular context)
*Each group must meet with me prior to the date of your facilitation
. Your group must have an idea (If my office hours do not work for the majority of the group, you must find a time that all can attend and email me to make an appointment.)
*Your final lesson plan is due at '''10am on the day of your facilitation'''.
*Finally, the main goal of this assignment is to ensure your ability to execute an in-depth class discussion about your reading that ultimately aids you in preparing for History Exams and essays written in Composition
.
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##what you learned in today's facilitation
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You must include a specific quote(s) that provides evidence for your response. And YOU MAY USE YOU NOTES!
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You must include a specific quote(s) that provides evidence for your response. And YOU MAY USE YOUR NOTES
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The readings for your groups' facilitations are in your ''Contending Voices'' textbook. The purpose of this assignment is for students to engage in a analytical discussion about prior historical events, actors, and effects as presented in your textbook.
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The readings for your groups' facilitations are in your ''Contending Voices'' textbook. The purpose of this assignment is for students to engage in a analytical discussion about historical events, actors, and their effects.
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You must include a specific quote(s) that provide evidence for your response.
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You must include a specific quote(s) that provides evidence for your response. And YOU MAY USE YOU NOTES!
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##the historical context of period (found in lead article)
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##the historical context (found in lead article)
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##the two historical actors point of view
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##the two historical actors' points of view
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*Meeting and discussing the reading with one another so you may create a list of questions and "points of inquiry" you want to present to the class. (You will turn in your list of questions to me by 10 am on the day of your group's facilitation. Each group must meet with me prior to the date of your facilitation. If my office hours do not work for the majority of the group, you must find a time that all can attend and email me to make an appointment.
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*Meeting and discussing the reading with one another so you may create a list of questions and "points of inquiry" you want to present to the class. You will turn in your list of questions to me by 10 am on the day of your group's facilitation. Each group must meet with me prior to the date of your facilitation. (If my office hours do not work for the majority of the group, you must find a time that all can attend and email me to make an appointment.)
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The readings for your groups' facilitations are in your ''Contending Voices'' textbook. The purpose of this assignment is for students to engage in a analytical discussion about prior historical events, actors, and effects as presenting in your textbook.

Each group will designate a specific reading which is chosen from Dr. Wooster's syllabus. The group will be responsible for:
*Carefully reading and taking proper notes on your chapters. You want to be prepared for any questions that may arise.
*Meeting and discussing the reading with one another so you may create a list of questions and "points of inquiry" you want to present to the class. (You will turn in your list of questions to me by 10 am on the day of your group's facilitation.
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The readings for your groups' facilitations are in your ''Contending Voices'' textbook. The purpose of this assignment is for students to engage in a analytical discussion about prior historical events, actors, and effects as presented in your textbook.

Each group will designate a specific reading chosen from the Dr. Wooster's syllabus. The group will be responsible for:
*Carefully reading and taking proper notes on your chapters. You should be prepared for any questions that may arise.
*Meeting and discussing the reading with one another so you may create a list of questions and "points of inquiry" you want to present to the class. (You will turn in your list of questions to me by 10 am on the day of your group's facilitation. Each group must meet with me prior to the date of your facilitation. If my office hours do not work for the majority of the group, you must find a time that all can attend and email me to make an appointment.
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*You will be responsible for taking good notes of the discussion.
*Also, you will be responsible for writing a quick (1 or 2 sentences) answering what you learned in this facilitation. This will count toward your participation grade for the day.
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*You will be responsible for taking good notes for and of the discussion.
*Also, you will be responsible for writing a short paragraph describing the following:
##the historical context of period (found
in lead article)
##main point of contention
##the two historical actors point of view

You must include a specific quote(s) that provide evidence for your response
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The readings for your groups' facilitations are in your ''Contending Voices'' textbook. The purpose of this assignment is for students to engage in a analytical discussion about prior historical events, actors, and effects as presenting in your textbook.

Each group will designate a specific reading which is chosen from Dr. Wooster's syllabus. The group will be responsible for:
*Carefully reading and taking proper notes on your chapters. You want to be prepared for any questions that may arise.
*Meeting and discussing the reading with one another so you may create a list of questions and "points of inquiry" you want to present to the class. (You will turn in your list of questions to me by 10 am on the day of your group's facilitation.
*Execute an in-depth class discussion about your reading.

Classmates:
*You will be responsible for taking good notes of the discussion.
*Also, you will be responsible for writing a quick (1 or 2 sentences) answering what you learned in this facilitation. This will count toward your participation grade for the day.