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In order to help you find suitable documents for [[https://falcon.tamucc.edu/wiki/SGarza/DocumentChart | Analyzing Writing in Your Field]] Activity, we will gather sample documents and share them in the Document Archive. You can find the archive in the Discussion Forum. On the Schedule for the course you will find the dates for submitting a sample document. Remember, these are documents that illustrate the type of writing/genres in the career area you have chosen. For each document include the following:
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In order to help you find suitable documents for [[https://falcon.tamucc.edu/wiki/SGarza/DocumentChart | Analyzing Writing in Your Field]] Activity, we will gather sample documents and share them in the Document Archive. You can find the archive in the Discussion Forum. On the Schedule for the course you will find the dates for submitting a sample document. Remember, these are documents that illustrate the type of writing/genres in the career area you have chosen.

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each scheduled archive dump (yes, this is a common archival term, lol), you will be asked to vote on the top 3 documents that were submitted in the last dump. Explain your choices with backup from [=TETC=] or other readings from the course. You must explain the info from the text and provide the page number where it is located. Just voting for the top 3 will not be enough to earn full credit. In your posting, for each document include the following:
*Name of student who submitted the document
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*Link to document, or attach a copy of the document
*Why you chose the document, i.e. how this document illustrates writing in your area, etc.

After each scheduled archive dump (yes, this is a common archival term, lol), you will be asked to vote on the top 3 documents that were submitted in the last dump. Explain your choices with backup from [=TETC=] or other readings from the course. You must explain the info from the text and provide the page number where it is located. Just voting for the top 3 will not be enough to earn full credit. In your posting, for each document include the following:
*Name of student who submitted the document
*Title of document
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Important Note: Remember to look at all of the documents when you vote for the top 3. Don't just focus on the docs that connect with your area. Review all of the docs as there is lots to learn by looking at how writing is done in all areas.
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Important Note: Remember to look at all of the documents when you vote for the top 3. Don't just focus on the docs that connect with your area. Review all of the docs as there is lots to learn by looking at how writing is done in all areas.

The top 3 vote getters will receive extra credit!
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After each scheduled archive dump (yes, this is a common archival term, lol), you will be asked to vote on the top 3 documents that were submitted in the last dump. Explain your choices with back up from [=TETC=] or other readings from the course. You must explain the info from the text and provide the page number where it is located. Just voting for the top 3 will not be enough to earn full credit.
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After each scheduled archive dump (yes, this is a common archival term, lol), you will be asked to vote on the top 3 documents that were submitted in the last dump. Explain your choices with backup from [=TETC=] or other readings from the course. You must explain the info from the text and provide the page number where it is located. Just voting for the top 3 will not be enough to earn full credit. In your posting, for each document include the following:
*Name of student who submitted the document
*Title of document
*Reason(s) for choosing document based on info from [=TETC=] (including page numbers)
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After each scheduled archive dump (yes, this is a common archival term, lol), you will be asked to vote on the top 3 documents that were submitted in the last dump. Explain your choices with back up from [=TETC=] or other readings from the course. You must explain the info from the text and provide the page number where it is located. Just voting for the top 3 will not be enough to earn full credit.
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After each scheduled archive dump (yes, this is a common archival term, lol), you will be asked to vote on the top 3 documents that were submitted in the last dump. Explain your choices with back up from [=TETC=] or other readings from the course. You must explain the info from the text and provide the page number where it is located. Just voting for the top 3 will not be enough to earn full credit.

Important Note: Remember to look at all of the documents when you vote for the top 3. Don't just focus on the docs that connect with your area. Review all of the docs as there is lots to learn by looking at how writing is done in all areas
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After each scheduled archive dump (yes, this is a common archival term, lol), you will be asked to vote on the top 3 documents that were submitted in the last
dump. Include the name of the person who submitted the document and the title of the document. Explain your choices with back up from [=TETC=] or other readings from the course. You must explain the info from the text and provide the page number where it is located. Just voting for the top 3 will not be enough to earn full credit.
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After each scheduled archive dump (yes, this is a common archival term, lol), you will be asked to vote on the top 3 documents that were submitted in the last dump. Explain your choices with back up from [=TETC=] or other readings from the course. You must explain the info from the text and provide the page number where it is located. Just voting for the top 3 will not be enough to earn full credit.
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dump. You will be asked to explain your choices with back up from [=TETC=] or other readings from the course. You must explain the info from the text and provide the page number where it is located. Just voting for the top 3 will not be enough to earn full credit.
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dump. Include the name of the person who submitted the document and the title of the document. Explain your choices with back up from [=TETC=] or other readings from the course. You must explain the info from the text and provide the page number where it is located. Just voting for the top 3 will not be enough to earn full credit.
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In order to help you find suitable documents for [[https://falcon.tamucc.edu/wiki/SGarza/DocumentChart | Analyzing Writing in Your Field]] Activity, we will gather sample documents and share them in the Document Archive. You can find the archive in the Discussion Forum. On the Schedule for the course you will find the dates for submitting a sample document. Remember, these are documents that illustrate the type of writing/genres in the career area you have chosen. For each document include the following:
*Title
*Link to document of attach a copy of the document
*Why you chose the document, i.e. how this document illustrates writing in your area, etc.

After each scheduled archive dump (yes, this is a common archival term, lol), you will be asked to vote on the top 3 documents that were submitted in the last
dump. You will be asked to explain your choices with back up from [=TETC=] or other readings from the course. You must explain the info from the text and provide the page number where it is located. Just voting for the top 3 will not be enough to earn full credit.