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'''[+Today is voting day!+]'''

* Are you %newwin%[[https://www.vote.org/am-i-registered-to-vote/|registered]] to vote?
* If you're registered, you can vote at any of %newwin%[[https://www.kristv.com/news/local-news/super-tuesday-where-to-vote-in-nueces-county|these locations]] until 7pm tonight! There's one here on campus!
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* We'll talk more about proposals after Spring Break!
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!!When submitting your portfolio, you need to create a .zip file of your work and upload it via the assignment link in Blackboard.
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!!When submitting your portfolio, you need to create a .zip file of your work and upload it via the "Course Content" link in Blackboard.
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'''[+Proposal Discussion+]'''

* What kinds of proposals are there?

* What are the key ingredients in an ''academic'' proposal?

* What the heck is [[Toulmin]]? (Why do we need to know?)

* What are we %newwin%[[https://ucoll.tamucc.edu/FYLCP/first-year-islander-conference.html|proposing]] for?
** A caveat: LC students and presenting your freshman capstone projects?

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'''Schedule %newwin%[[SP20WritingConferences|Conferences]]''' for Thursday

* Next class period, we'll meet in my office individually to discuss research topics for your proposals.
** Prepare for these by continuing your analysis investigation and/or exploring new interests.
** Bring your ideas to the conference. I expect you to have some things to discuss, so don't come empty-handed (-headed?)!
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'''Critical Analysis:'''

The final collection of your work, along with artifacts of your writing process and a reflective overview of your work is due this Friday, by midnight, in Blackboard.

This project is designed to give you practice and experience with the following:

* Reading college-level texts;
* Working with composing processes;
* Analyzing primary and secondary source material;
* Learning and using rhetorical principles in reading and writing;
* Honing your academic documentation skills.

Think about these objectives as you review the writing you've done so far. Make revisions and additions today to better demonstrate these objectives!

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!!When submitting your portfolio, you need to create a .zip file of your work and upload it via the assignment link in Blackboard.

* Organize your work in folders %rfloat width=100%Attach:compress.jpg
* Title files and folders meaningfully
* Use the Windows zip tool or compression tool in Mac iOS, not a third-party compression tool. Otherwise I may not be able to open it.

* Write your Reflective Overview with the [[Attach:2019Portfolio1.pdf|Rubric]] in mind. Describe the way each piece accomplishes something for the rubric and the project goals.