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* Submit your proposal on blackboard by the end of the day Sunday.
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* Submit your freewriting and proposal on blackboard by the end of the day Sunday.
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* Use the "2019 Program" link on the FYIC page linked above ("Proposal"), to examine some of the proposals from last year's conference.
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* Use the "2019 Program" link on the FYIC page linked above ("Proposal"),to examine some of the proposals from last year's conference.
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* Use the "2019 Program" link on the FYIC page linked above ("Proposal"), to examine some of the proposals from last year's conference.
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D) Names of all presenters
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* Your proposal writing will not serve as a qualification for presenting at the conference, as it has been canceled; however, it should serve as the baseline for your academic research over the next several weeks. This is a '''formalized genre of writing, identifying research goals.''' In other words, it's like topic selection for academics!
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** Spend at least 5 minutes today reflecting on your ideas for research in the second half of this semester.
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** Spend at least 5 minutes freewriting on your ideas for research in the second half of this semester.
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%color=red%'''[+Proposals+]'''%rfloat width=300%https://zeltser.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/tumblr_ldsknoLKxZ1qd9o7r.png

* Freewrite:
** Spend at least 5 minutes today reflecting on your ideas for research in the second half of this semester.
** What did you learn about your interests from your Analysis Portfolio? Are you planning to follow through with the same topic or switch gears?
** Write about where you might take your investigation next and whether your topic focus has changed or been reconfigured over the last week.

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* %newwin%[[http://firstyearwiki.tamucc.edu/wiki/Main/FYIC2020|Proposal]] writing!
** Writing a proposal can be very simple, but you'll want to think about how your audience is comprised of academics, as well as your peers that are pursuing academic goals.
** Let's take this one %newwin%[[Proposal Steps|step]] at a time.
* Keep in mind that ''most of'' the basic requirements of the FYIC proposal should be included with your blackboard submission, too:

%red%'''Note: The FYIC is canceled due to the pandemic. You'll still be expected to produce a proposal as part of our introduction to academic writing, but the link to submit it is no longer for submission to the conference.'''

A) Title

B) 200-word Proposal (Must include credible references and/or evidence of primary research! References do not count in word count.):

C) Bibliography (even one source is sufficient for now)

D) Names of all presenters

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%color=blue%'''[+Homework+]'''

* Read ''NWWK'' Threshold Concept 5 (pgs. 71-79) for next week.

* Submit your proposal on blackboard by the end of the day Sunday.