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** In other words, the classes before Spring Break will be dedicated to preparing you for success on the second (and only other!) Portfolio.
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** In other words, the classes after Spring Break will be dedicated to preparing you for success on the second (and only other!) Portfolio.
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* Let's take a minute to discuss the things you research last week and how they can shape the writing you do for the Portfolio.
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* Let's take a minute to discuss the things you researched last week and how they can shape the writing you do for the Portfolio.
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** Your portfolio is due in Blackboard before the end of the day on Friday, March 16th.
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** Your portfolio is due in Blackboard before the end of the day on Friday, March 6th.
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* Read Threshold Concept 4 in ''NWWK'' (pgs. 59-70) for class on Thurs-(Valentine's)-day
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* Submit your Analysis Draft before class on Thursday
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** Your portfolio is due in Blackboard before the end of the day on Friday, March 1st.
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** Your portfolio is due in Blackboard before the end of the day on Friday, March 16th.
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* Your first [[Attach:2019Portfolio1.pdf|Portfolio]] is due ''before'' SPRING BREAK!.
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* Your first [[Attach:2020Portfolio1.pdf|Portfolio]] is due ''before'' SPRING BREAK!.
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* Your first [[Attach:2019Portfolio1.pdf|Portfolio]] is due ''before'' SPRING BREAK!.
** In other words, the classes before Spring Break will be dedicated to preparing you for success on the second (and only other!) Portfolio.
** Your portfolio is due in Blackboard before the end of the day on Friday, March 1st.

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%color=#ff6600%'''[+Where We've Been+]'''

* So far, we've done a lot of examination of how writing works and how your role as a writer takes many shapes and forms.

** As we've worked toward an understanding of this role, the concepts in section 3 of ''NWWK'' should follow as an important part of your ability to describe your writing's purpose and situation.
** Your individual identities will shape how the rest of your writing in this class is performed and processed, but your shared goals as Computer Scientists will also guide the research process that will help you develop and demonstrate your academic authority.

* Let's take a minute to discuss the things you research last week and how they can shape the writing you do for the Portfolio.

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%color=#ff6600%'''[+Where We Are+]'''

* So, focusing on how your individual interests might help guide the way you use Computer Science after you graduate, your goal for today is to begin to identify and plan for the construction of a piece of writing, a Critical Analysis, that exposes and explains how writing benefits Computer Scientists.
** Who is your audience? What do you imagine their needs are, as related to your topic of research?
** How might you define your identity as a Computer Scientist? As a student? As a unique individual? (And how can you demonstrate those things through your {-article-} writing?)
** What do you hope your audience's reaction to your {-article-} writing will be? (Surprise? Excitement? Nervousness? Belly laughs?) What does your writing (voice) need to do in order to accomplish that?

* Freewrite for today by beginning to answer these questions.
** As always, you can use this for your Portfolio, by revisiting it to adjust/revise/rewrite it as new ideas come to you!

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%color=#ff6600%'''[+What To Do About It+]'''

* Next few classes, we're going to use the library resources to continue to investigate how other Computer Scientists write/publish/communicate.
** Continue the writing process for your Analysis writing with the assumption that our library research will add to your ability to explain the role CS might play in your ability to discuss the topic you've already investigated.

'''P.S. You are not going to be locked into any one topic that your Analysis discusses.''' This project is simply meant to help you explore the ways CS can address many of the problems/issues/needs that exist in society today. You'll have opportunities to change this writing to suit your project for Portfolio 2!

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%color=#ff6600%'''[+Homework+]'''

* Read Threshold Concept 4 in ''NWWK'' (pgs. 59-70) for class on Thurs-(Valentine's)-day