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'''Homework is due at the start of the class period on the date it is listed on the schedule. Submit work in hard copy format, handwritten or typed, unless other instructions are provided.'''

'''In-Class work is due at the end of the class period on the date it is listed on the schedule. Submit work in hard copy format, handwritten or typed, unless other instructions are provided.'''

'''Make sure that you have money on your Sandollar card when you come to class so that you can print out your assignments.'''

This schedule is subject to change. If any changes to major due dates are required, you will be informed well in advance of any changes. You should check the schedule at least once a week, preferably before each class meeting, as new in-class assignments may be posted in response to the progress of other assignments.

January 14
*Review Syllabus

January 19
*Turn in homework from German [=POW=] camp exhibit.
*In-class: Review Syllabus and Portfolio One

January 21
*Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/10/18/the-case-of-the-inappropriate-alarm-clock-part-1/?apage=2 | "The Case of the Inappropriate Alarm Clock (Part 1)"]] from the [=NY=] Times by Errol Morris. (You don't have to read the Related Posts unless you just want to.) Write a summary of the main points of the article (minimum one page single spaced).
*In-class: Finding Sources

January 26
*Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/10/19/the-case-of-the-inappropriate-alarm-clock-part-2/ | "The Case of the Inappropriate Alarm Clock (Part 2)"]] from the [=NY=] Times by Errol Morris. (You don't have to read the Related Posts unless you just want to.) Write a summary of the main points of the article (minimum one page single spaced).
*In-class: Defining the Nature of Sources

January 28
*Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/10/20/the-case-of-the-inappropriate-alarm-clock-part-3/ | "The Case of the Inappropriate Alarm Clock (Part 3)"]] from the [=NY=] Times by Errol Morris. (You don't have to read the Related Posts unless you just want to.) Write a summary of the main points of the article (minimum one page single spaced).
*In-class: Defining the Nature of Sources

February 2
*Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/10/21/the-case-of-the-inappropriate-alarm-clock-part-4/ | "The Case of the Inappropriate Alarm Clock (Part 4)"]] from the [=NY=] Times by Errol Morris. (You don't have to read the Related Posts unless you just want to.) Write a summary of the main points of the article (minimum one page single spaced).
*In-class: Summarizing

February 4
*Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/10/22/the-case-of-the-inappropriate-alarm-clock-part-5/ | "The Case of the Inappropriate Alarm Clock (Part 5)"]] from the [=NY=] Times by Errol Morris. (You don't have to read the Related Posts unless you just want to.) Write a summary of the main points of the article (minimum one page single spaced).
*In-class: Summarizing

February 9
*Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/10/23/the-case-of-the-inappropriate-alarm-clock-part-6/ | "The Case of the Inappropriate Alarm Clock (Part 6)"]] from the [=NY=] Times by Errol Morris. (You don't have to read the Related Posts unless you just want to.) Write a summary of the main points of the article (minimum one page single spaced).
*In-class: Writing Annotations

February 11
*Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/10/24/the-case-of-the-inappropriate-alarm-clock-part-7/ | "The Case of the Inappropriate Alarm Clock (Part 7)"]] from the [=NY=] Times by Errol Morris. (You don't have to read the Related Posts unless you just want to.) Write a summary of the main points of the article (minimum one page single spaced).
*In-class: Writing Annotations

February 16
*Homework: Turn in at least 5 of the annotations for Portfolio One.
*In-class: Checking Annotations

February 18
*'''Major Due Date - Portfolio One is due at the beginning of class.'''
*In-class: Review Portfolio Two

February 23
Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/11/09/thought-experiment-no-1-and-more-inappropriate-alarm-clocks/#2 | "Thought Experiment No. 1, and More Inappropriate Alarm Clocks"]] from the [=NY=] Times by Errol Morris. Do read the Related Posts this time.) Write an analysis of the article (minimum one page single spaced).
In-class: Reviewing Sources

February 25
*Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/01/03/it-was-all-started-by-a-mouse-part-1/ | "It Was All Started by a Mouse (Part 1)"]] from the [=NY=]] Times by Errol Morris. Do read the Related Posts this time.) Write an analysis of the article (minimum one page single spaced).
*In-class: Reviewing Sources

March 2
*Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/01/04/it-was-all-started-by-a-mouse-part-2/| "It Was All Started by a Mouse (Part 2)"]] from the [=NY=]] Times by Errol Morris. Do read the Related Posts this time.) Write an analysis of the article (minimum one page single spaced).
*In-class: Comparing Source Information

March 4
*Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/01/12/thought-experiment-2/ | "Thought Experiment No. 2"]] from the [=NY=] Times by Errol Morris. Do read the Related Posts this time.) Write an analysis of the article (minimum one page single spaced).
*In-class: Comparing Source Information

March 9
Homework: Turn in analysis of at least 5 of the sources you plan to use for Portfolio Two.
In-class: Analyzing Sources

March 11
*Library day. We will not meet in class as a group. Use this day to work on finding additional resources you need for Portfolio Three.

[=!!!!!!!SPRING BREAK!!!!!!=]

March 23
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March 25
*'''Major Due Date - Portfolio Two is due at the beginning of class.'''
*In-class: Review Portfolio Three

March 30
*Homework:
*In-class: Writing an Abstract

April 1
*Homework:
*In-class: Writing an Abstract

April 6
*In-class: Writing a Conference Proposal

April 8
*In-class: Writing a Conference Proposal

April 13
*Homework: Turn in Proposal for Research Conference presentation
*In-class: Writing a Research Paper

April 15
*In-class: Writing a Research Paper

April 20
*In-class: Preparing Oral Presentations

April 22
*In-class: Preparing Oral Presentations

April 27
*Homework: Prepare to present at Research Conference
*In-class: Research Conference

April 29
*Homework: Prepare to present at Research Conference
*In-class: Research Conference

May 4
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March 30
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April 1
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*In-class: Writing an Abstract

April 6
*In-class: Writing a Conference Proposal

April 8
*In-class: Writing a Conference Proposal

April 13
*Homework: Turn in Proposal for Research Conference presentation
*In-class: Writing a Research Paper

April 15
*In-class: Writing a Research Paper

April 20
*In-class: Preparing Oral Presentations

April 22
*In-class: Preparing Oral Presentations

April 27
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*In-class: Research Conference

April 29
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*In-class: Research Conference
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*http://www.wordle.net/

June 2

*http://flourish.org/upsidedownmap/

June 3
*%red%Read Chapter 2 in Helmers.
*http://imgfave.com/view/25728

June 4
*%red%Read Chapters 1 and 2 of ''Maus''.
*Begin working on comic book.

June 8
*%red%Read Chapters 3, 4 and 5 of ''Maus''.
*[[Questions for Field Trip]]

June 9
*Field trip. Go to La Palmera Mall and conduct visual rhetoric analysis and write analysis of the experience.
*%red%Read Chapter 3 in Helmers.

June 10
*%red%Read Chapter 4 in Helmers.
*%red%Turn in Field Trip Analysis.
*Work on comic book.

June 11
*Guest Speaker Adam Webb
*Work on comic book.

June 15
*Turn in [[Research Project Plan]]
*Info doing Qualitative Research http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=yPU0ubJkpXcC&oi=fnd&pg=PR14&ots=ydet3l7nDP&sig=k255Mnre5C_kOGzM2c8zUgSL8YU#PPA1,M1
*[[Questions for Field Trip 2]]

June 16
*Field Trip. Go to [[http://www.seasidefuneral.com/page.jsp?site=0487&key=home | Seaside Memorial Park]] cemetery and conduct visual rhetoric analysis and write analysis of the experience.

June 17
*%red%Read [[http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/11.09/ppt2.html |PowerPoint is Evil]] and [[http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/11.09/ppt1.html |Learning to Love Power Point]].
*%red%Turn in Field Trip Analysis.
*Last day to turn in rewrites of analysis on mall.
*http://www.bigsmile.ca/

June 18
*%red%Read Chapters 1-6 of ''The 911 Report''.
*%red%Turn in comic book.

June 22
*%red%Read Chapters 7-13 of ''The 911 Report''.
*%red%Turn in Discussion of Secondary Sources for Research Report.

June 23
*In-class activity.

June 24
*Take this day to go and gather Primary Research.
*%red%Conduct primary research for Research Project.

June 25
*%red%The link no longer works, so no homework to read. Sorry about the mixup.
*Last day to turn in rewrites of analysis on cemetery.

June 29
*In class workshop on Primary Research.
*%red%Turn in results of primary research for Research Project.

June 30
*In class workshop on Research drafts.
*%red%Turn in first draft of Research Project.

July 1
*In class work on final drafts.
*Post drafts of projects to [[5 Weeks to Visual Rhetoric]].

July 2
*Present final Research Projects.
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*Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/01/03/it-was-all-started-by-a-mouse-part-1/ | "It Was All Started by a Mouse (Part 1)"]] from the [=NY=]] Times by Errol Morris. Do read the Related Posts this time.) Write an analysis of the article (minimum one page single spaced).
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'''Homework is due at the start of the class period on the date it is listed on the schedule. Submit work in hard copy format, handwritten or typed, unless other instructions are provided.'''

'''In-Class work is due at the end of the class period on the date it is listed on the schedule. Submit work in hard copy format, handwritten or typed, unless other instructions are provided.'''

'''Make sure that you have money on your Sandollar card when you come to class so that you can print out your assignments.'''

This schedule is subject to change. If any changes to major due dates are required, you will be informed well in advance of any changes. You should check the schedule at least once a week, preferably before each class meeting, as new in-class assignments may be posted in response to the progress of other assignments.

January 14
*Review Syllabus

January 19
*Turn in homework from German
[=POW=] camp exhibit.
*In-class: Review Syllabus and Portfolio One

January 21
*Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/10/18/the-case-of-the-inappropriate-alarm-clock-part-1/?apage=2 | "The Case of the Inappropriate Alarm Clock (Part 1)"
] by Errol Morris. (You don't have to read the Related Posts unless you just want to.) Write a summary of the main points of the article (minimum one page single spaced).
*In-class: Finding Sources

January 26
Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/10/19/the-case-of-the-inappropriate-alarm-clock-part-2/ | "The Case of the Inappropriate Alarm Clock (Part 2)"] by Errol Morris. (You don't have to read the Related Posts unless you just want to.) Write a summary of the main points of the article (minimum one page single spaced).
*In-class: Defining the Nature of Sources

January 28
*Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/10/20/the-case-of-the-inappropriate-alarm-clock-part-3/ | "The Case of the Inappropriate Alarm Clock (Part 3)"] by Errol Morris. (You don't have to read the Related Posts unless you just want to.) Write a summary of the main points of the article (minimum one page single spaced).
*In-class: Defining the Nature of Sources

February 2
*Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/10/21/the-case-of-the-inappropriate-alarm-clock-part-4/ | "The Case of the Inappropriate Alarm Clock (Part 4)"] by Errol Morris. (You don't have to read the Related Posts unless you just want to.) Write a summary of the main points of the article (minimum one page single spaced).

February 4

February 9

February 11

February 16
*Homework: Read [[http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/11/09/thought-experiment-no-1-and-more-inappropriate-alarm-clocks/#2 | "Thought Experiment No. 1, and More Inappropriate Alarm Clocks"]] from the [=NY=] Times by Errol Morris. (You don't have to read the Related Posts unless you just want to.) Write a summary of the main points of the article (minimum one page single spaced).

February 18
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February 23

February 25

March 2

March 4

March 9

March 11
*Library day. We will not meet in class as a group. Use this day to work on finding additional resources you need for Portfolio Three.

[=!!!!!!!SPRING BREAK!!!!!!=]

March 23

March 25
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May 4
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*http://www.wordle.net/

June 2

*http://flourish.org/upsidedownmap/

June 3
*%red%Read Chapter 2 in Helmers.
*http://imgfave.com/view/25728

June 4
*%red%Read Chapters 1 and 2 of ''Maus''.
*Begin working on comic book.

June 8
*%red%Read Chapters 3, 4 and 5 of ''Maus''.
*[[Questions for Field Trip]]

June 9
*Field trip. Go to La Palmera Mall and conduct visual rhetoric analysis and write analysis of the experience.
*%red%Read Chapter 3 in Helmers.

June 10
*%red%Read Chapter 4 in Helmers.
*%red%Turn in Field Trip Analysis.
*Work on comic book.

June 11
*Guest Speaker Adam Webb
*Work on comic book.

June 15
*Turn in [[Research Project Plan]]
*Info doing Qualitative Research http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=yPU0ubJkpXcC&oi=fnd&pg=PR14&ots=ydet3l7nDP&sig=k255Mnre5C_kOGzM2c8zUgSL8YU#PPA1,M1
*[[Questions for Field Trip 2]]

June 16
*Field Trip. Go to [[http://www.seasidefuneral.com/page.jsp?site=0487&key=home | Seaside Memorial Park]] cemetery and conduct visual rhetoric analysis and write analysis of the experience.

June 17
*%red%Read [[http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/11.09/ppt2.html |PowerPoint is Evil]] and [[http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/11.09/ppt1.html |Learning to Love Power Point]].
*%red%Turn in Field Trip Analysis.
*Last day to turn in rewrites of analysis on mall.
*http://www.bigsmile.ca/

June 18
*%red%Read Chapters 1-6 of ''The 911 Report''.
*%red%Turn in comic book.

June 22
*%red%Read Chapters 7-13 of ''The 911 Report''.
*%red%Turn in Discussion of Secondary Sources for Research Report.

June 23
*In-class activity.

June 24
*Take this day to go and gather Primary Research.
*%red%Conduct primary research for Research Project.

June 25
*%red%The link no longer works, so no homework to read. Sorry about the mixup.
*Last day to turn in rewrites of analysis on cemetery.

June 29
*In class workshop on Primary Research.
*%red%Turn in results of primary research for Research Project.

June 30
*In class workshop on Research drafts.
*%red%Turn in first draft of Research Project.

July 1
*In class work on final drafts.
*Post drafts of projects to [[5 Weeks to Visual Rhetoric]].

July 2
*Present final Research Projects.
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