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For this assignment you will write a 2-3 page paper double space, 10 pt. Times New Roman or Arial font, 1 in. margins) in which you decide how you want to define the term "warrior." Think about the warrior you may want to pick for your [[APA Paper | Argument Paper]] and focus on a definition that would describe the warrior you think you want to write about. There is no minimum requirement for how many sources you need to use. I will leave that up to you. But you should include outside source information to make your paper stronger, and you should include a Reference page at the end ([=APA=] format (see the [[http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/10/ | Purdue OWL APA Guidelines]] for help with [=APA=]). After the papers are submitted, as a group we will vote to decide what we want to include in our group definition of what it means to be a "warrior." We will make it broad enough to allow you the freedom to still write about the warrior you choose.
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For this assignment you will write a 2-3 page paper double space, 10 pt. Times New Roman or Arial font, 1 in. margins) in which you decide how you want to define the term "warrior." Think about the warrior you may want to pick for your [[APA Paper | Argument Paper]] and focus on a definition that would describe the warrior you think you want to write about. You must have a minimum of 3 sources. You may use sources from the Internet, but they need to be credible sources and supply information that will make your paper stronger. You must include a Reference page at the end ([=APA=] format (see the [[http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/10/ | Purdue OWL APA Guidelines]] for help with [=APA=]). After the papers are submitted, as a group we will vote to decide what we want to include in our group definition of what it means to be a "warrior." We will make it broad enough to allow you the freedom to still write about the warrior you choose.
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For this assignment you will write a 2-3 page paper double space, 10 pt. Times New Roman or Arial font, 1 in. margins) in which you decide how you want to define the term "warrior." Think about the warrior you may want to pick for your [[Argument Paper]] and focus on a definition that would describe the warrior you think you want to write about. There is no minimum requirement for how many sources you need to use. I will leave that up to you. But you should include outside source information to make your paper stronger, and you should include a Reference page at the end ([=APA=] format (see the [[http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/10/ | Purdue OWL APA Guidelines]] for help with [=APA=]). After the papers are submitted, as a group we will vote to decide what we want to include in our group definition of what it means to be a "warrior." We will make it broad enough to allow you the freedom to still write about the warrior you choose.
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For this assignment you will write a 2-3 page paper double space, 10 pt. Times New Roman or Arial font, 1 in. margins) in which you decide how you want to define the term "warrior." Think about the warrior you may want to pick for your [[APA Paper | Argument Paper]] and focus on a definition that would describe the warrior you think you want to write about. There is no minimum requirement for how many sources you need to use. I will leave that up to you. But you should include outside source information to make your paper stronger, and you should include a Reference page at the end ([=APA=] format (see the [[http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/10/ | Purdue OWL APA Guidelines]] for help with [=APA=]). After the papers are submitted, as a group we will vote to decide what we want to include in our group definition of what it means to be a "warrior." We will make it broad enough to allow you the freedom to still write about the warrior you choose.
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*Minimum 5 pages long
*Minimum 5 sources
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*Minimum 2-3 pages long
*Minimum 3 sources
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Audience - other students in 1302 classes
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Post your essay as an attachment in the Blackboard Discussion Forum.
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Post your essay as an attachment in the Blackboard Discussion Forum.

Audience - other students in 1302 classes

Must include
*In-text citations - APA In-Text Formatting
*Reference page
*Minimum 5 pages long
*Minimum 5 sources

Evaluation
*Fulfills all assignment criteria
*Provides a clear and specific definition of "warrior"
*Provides examples that are interesting to the audience to explain "warrior" definition
*Is similar in structure and format to Sample Definition Essays
*Includes Reference page
*Is engaging for the audience to read
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*http://www.essaystart.com/Kinds_of_Essays/definition_Essays.htm

Sample Definition Essays:
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Post your essay as an attachment in the Blackboard Discussion Forum.
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*http://www.northland.cc.mn.us/owl/doing%20the%20definition%20essay.htm
*http://essayinfo.com/essays/definition_essay.php#.UC1oE9Ce7ok
*http://www.apstudynotes.org/english/sample-essays/definition-success/
*http://www.roanestate.edu/owl/ExtraLargeEditorial.html
*http://www.essaystart.com/Kinds_of_Essays/definition_Essays.htm
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For this assignment you will write a 2-3 page paper double space, 10 pt. Times New Roman or Arial font, 1 in. margins) in which you decide how you want to define the term "warrior." Think about the warrior you may want to pick for your [[Argument Paper]] and focus on a definition that would describe the warrior you think you want to write about. There is no minimum requirement for how many sources you need to use. I will leave that up to you. But you should include outside source information to make your paper stronger, and you should include a Reference page at the end ([=APA=] format (see the [[http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/10/ | Purdue OWL APA Guidelines]] for help with [=APA=]). After the papers are submitted, as a group we will vote to decide what we want to include in our group definition of what it means to be a "warrior." We will make it broad enough to allow you the freedom to still write about the warrior you choose.
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For this assignment you will write a 2-3 page paper double space, 10 pt. Times New Roman or Arial font, 1 in. margins) in which you decide how you want to define the term "warrior." Think about the warrior you may want to pick for your [[Argument Paper]] and focus on a definition that would describe the warrior you think you want to write about. There is no minimum requirement for how many sources you need to use. I will leave that up to you. But you should include outside source information to make your paper stronger, and you should include a Reference page at the end ([=APA=] format (see the [[http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/10/ | Purdue OWL APA Guidelines]] for help with [=APA=]). After the papers are submitted, as a group we will vote to decide what we want to include in our group definition of what it means to be a "warrior." We will make it broad enough to allow you the freedom to still write about the warrior you choose.

Info how how to write a Definition Essay:
*http://www.northland.cc.mn.us/owl/doing%20the%20definition%20essay.htm
*http://essayinfo.com/essays/definition_essay.php#.UC1oE9Ce7ok
*http://www.apstudynotes.org/english/sample-essays/definition-success/
*http://www.roanestate.edu/owl/ExtraLargeEditorial.html
*http://www.essaystart.com/Kinds_of_Essays/definition_Essays.htm
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For this assignment you will write a 2-3 page paper in which you decide how you want to define the term "warrior." Think about the warrior you may want to pick for your [[Argument Paper]] and focus on a definition that would describe the warrior you think you want to write about. After the papers are submitted, as a group we will vote to decide what we want to include in our group definition of what it means to be a "warrior." We will make it broad enough to allow you the freedom to still write about the warrior you choose.
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For this assignment you will write a 2-3 page paper double space, 10 pt. Times New Roman or Arial font, 1 in. margins) in which you decide how you want to define the term "warrior." Think about the warrior you may want to pick for your [[Argument Paper]] and focus on a definition that would describe the warrior you think you want to write about. There is no minimum requirement for how many sources you need to use. I will leave that up to you. But you should include outside source information to make your paper stronger, and you should include a Reference page at the end ([=APA=] format (see the [[http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/10/ | Purdue OWL APA Guidelines]] for help with [=APA=]). After the papers are submitted, as a group we will vote to decide what we want to include in our group definition of what it means to be a "warrior." We will make it broad enough to allow you the freedom to still write about the warrior you choose.
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Here are some more [[Warrior Links]] that I have found, and as we identify more, we can add them to the list.
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Here are some more [[Warrior Links]] that I have found, and as we identify more, we can add them to the list.

'''Warrior Definition Assignment'''

For this assignment you will write a 2-3 page paper in which you decide how you want to define the term "warrior." Think about the warrior you may want to pick for your [[Argument Paper]] and focus on a definition that would describe the warrior you think you want to write about. After the papers are submitted, as a group we will vote to decide what we want to include in our group definition of what it means to be a "warrior." We will make it broad enough to allow you the freedom to still write about the warrior you choose
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Deadliest Warrior
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ABOUT DEADLIEST WARRIOR:
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'''ABOUT DEADLIEST WARRIOR''':
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[[Warrior Links]]
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Here are some more [[Warrior Links]] that I have found, and as we identify more, we can add them to the list.
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'''
Science Fictions'''

-Vampires
vs. Werewolves

-Witches vs. Demons

-Vampire vs. Shape-shifter

-Superhero
vs. Villain

'''Historical'''

-Historical
Warrior vs. Current Warrior

'''
Sports'''

-Athlete
vs. Athlete

(TV Show to help) The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF)

- Team
vs. Team

'''Politics'''

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2012 Political Campaign:
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*Science Fiction
**Vampires
vs. Werewolves
**Witches vs. Demons
**Vampires vs. Shape-shifters
**Superheros
vs. Villains
*Historical
**Historical Warrior from the past vs. Current Warrior
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Sports
**Athlete vs. Athlete
**Example: TV Show ''The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF)''
*Team
vs. Team
*Politics
**2012 Political Campaign:
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http://www.roanestate.edu/owl/ExtraLargeEditorial.html

http://www.essaystart.com/Kinds_of_Essays/definition_Essays.htm

http://thewisdomwarrior.com/2008/09/02/true-warriors/

http://www.ammoland.com/2012/04/23/the-warrior-defined/#axzz23qkO9XYF

[[Warrior Links]]
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Here are some samples from the internet that illustrate how many different ways the term "warrior" can be defined:
*http://www.northland.cc.mn.us/owl/doing%20the%20definition%20essay.htm
*http://essayinfo.com/essays/definition_essay.php#.UC1oE9Ce7ok
*http://www.apstudynotes.org/english/sample-essays/definition-success/
*http://www.roanestate.edu/owl/ExtraLargeEditorial.html
*http://www.essaystart.com/Kinds_of_Essays/definition_Essays.htm
*http://thewisdomwarrior.com/2008/09/02/true-warriors/
*http://www.ammoland.com/2012/04/23/the-warrior-defined/#axzz23qkO9XYF

Here are some categories that might apply to what a warrior is:
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[[Warrior Links]]

'''Science Fictions'''

-Vampires vs. Werewolves

-Witches vs. Demons

-Vampire vs. Shape-shifter

-Superhero vs. Villain

'''Historical'''

-Historical Warrior vs. Current Warrior

'''Sports'''

-Athlete vs. Athlete

(TV Show to help) The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF)

- Team vs. Team

'''Politics'''

-2012 Political Campaign:
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[[Warrior Links]]
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If you aren't familiar with the popular television show Deadliest Warrior? Here is a description of the show from the show's website:
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If you aren't familiar with the popular television show [[http://www.spike.com/shows/deadliest-warrior | Deadliest Warrior]], here is a description of the show from the show's website:
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Each week on Deadliest Warrior, a new episode will pit two of the most feared warriors civilization has ever known against each other. Along with the use of 21st century science and the latest in CGI technology, each episode enlists warrior-specific world-class fighters and experts to provide insight into what makes these combatants tick, analyzing every facet of their unique skills of destruction, culminating in a head-to-head final fight between two legends of the battlefield that will produce the deadliest warrior. Other highly-anticipated showdowns this season include: Joan of Arc vs. William the Conqueror, Saddam Hussein vs. Pol Pot, Hannibal vs. Genghis Khan, US Army Rangers vs. North Korean Special Operations Force. Check out Deadliest Warrior on Facebook.
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Each week on Deadliest Warrior, a new episode will pit two of the most feared warriors civilization has ever known against each other. Along with the use of 21st century science and the latest in [=CGI=] technology, each episode enlists warrior-specific world-class fighters and experts to provide insight into what makes these combatants tick, analyzing every facet of their unique skills of destruction, culminating in a head-to-head final fight between two legends of the battlefield that will produce the deadliest warrior. Other highly-anticipated showdowns this season include: Joan of Arc vs. William the Conqueror, Saddam Hussein vs. Pol Pot, Hannibal vs. Genghis Khan, US Army Rangers vs. North Korean Special Operations Force. Check out Deadliest Warrior on Facebook.
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