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ENG 102 Week 1 Individual Assignment Research Plan
Select a topic for your research paper from the list in Appendix A. If you write on an unapproved topic, your paper will receive a zero. Complete Appendix F by answering questions about your topic and research plan. SupportingMaterial:AppendixAAppendixEAppendixFWriting Resource CenterMyCompLab: Narrowing Central IdeasMyCompLab: Finding a Topic for Argument
 
ENG 102 Week 1 Individual Assignment Bias, Rhetorical Devices, and Argumentation
 
Instructions:Select one of the following speeches on the student website: • “The Morality of Birth Control” by Margaret Sanger (1921) • “1992 Republican National Convention Address: A Whisper of AIDS” by May Fisher (1992) • “The Perils of Indifference” by Elie Wiesel (1999) • President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s farewell address (1961) • Theodore Roosevelt’s “Man With the Muck-Rake” (1906) • Robert La Follette’s “Senate Address on Free Speech in War Time” (1917) • Hillary Rodham Clinton’s “Remarks to the U.N. 4th World Conference on Women Plenary Session” (1995) Listen to the speech by clicking the Audio mp3 link located below the video player, or scroll below the audio player to read a transcript of the speech. Write a 350- to 500-word response to the following questions: • What are some examples of bias, fallacies, and specific rhetorical devices in the speech you selected? • How did the speaker address arguments and counterarguments? • Were the speaker’s arguments effective? Explain your answer. SupportingMaterial:AppendixD“The Morality of Birth Control” by Margaret Sanger“1992 Republican National Convention Address: A Whisper of AIDS” by May Fisher“The Perils of Indifference” by ElieWieselPresident Dwight D. Eisenhower's farewell addressTheodore Roosevelt's "Man With the Muck-rake"Robert La Follette's "Senate Address on Free Speech in War Time Title"Hillary Rodham Clinton's "Remarks to the U.N. 4th World Conference on Women Plenary Session"



 
 
 
ENG 102 Week 2 Individual Assignment Gathering and Evaluating Information

nstructions:Locate five to eight sources for your research paper. At least three of these sources must come from the University Library. Consider the following questions when selecting sources for your research paper: • What is the purpose and affiliation of the organization or author related to the article? • What are the author’s credentials? • Is the information current? • When was the information last updated? • Does the information cross-reference with other sources? • Does the source contain bias without evidence to support the claim? Complete Appendix I: • Explainwhat makes each source credible or not credible. • Write two to four sentences to explain what information you think you may be able to use from each source. • Format your sources consistent with APA guidelines. Address the following in 150 to 200 words at the end of Appendix I: • What strategies did you use to gather reliable information for your research paper? • What other strategies might you use? Provide a rationale for your choices. SupportingMaterial:Writing Resource CenterUniversity Library TutorialAppendixGAppendixIAppendix D
 
 
 
ENG 102 Week 3 Individual Assignment  Annotated Bibliography

Instructions:Complete an annotated bibliography of the sources you plan to use in your research paper. Format the annotated bibliography consistent with APA guidelines. Explain in 150 to 200 words how you can use the annotated bibliography to guide your research and writing. SupportingMaterial:AppendixGAppendixHWriting Resource CenterAssociate Level Writing Style HandbookGathering and Evaluating InformationSample Bibliography
 
 
ENG 102 Week 3 Individual Assignment Quoting, Summarizing, and Paraphrasing Sources
 
Instructions:Complete Appendix J: • Select one source from your annotated bibliography. Practice notetaking techniques by quoting this source, summarizing this source, and paraphrasing this source. Format your source consistent with APA guidelines. Answer the following questions in 150 to 200 words at the end of Appendix J: • How do you determine which information is noteworthy? • How do you determine whether to summarize, paraphrase, or quote a source? SupportingMaterial:AppendixGAppendixHGathering and Evaluating InformationAppendix J
  


ENG 102 Week 4 Individual AssignmentDeveloping a Thesis Statement

 
Instructions:Create a thesis statement for your research paper. Address the following in 150 to 200 words: • Explain what strategies you used to formulate a viable argument. • Explain how you plan to support your thesis statement with compelling arguments and counterarguments. Submit your thesis and explanation as a Microsoft® Word document attachment. SupportingMaterial:AppendixCAppendixDAppendixKWriting Resource CenterMyCompLab: Topic 01 - Organizing a Thesis StatementMyCompLab: Audio Lesson 5 - Constructing an Argument
 
 


ENG 102 Week 5 Individual AssignmentFull-Sentence Outline

 
Instructions:Review the criteria for full-sentence outlines in Appendix K. Create a full-sentence outline that includes effective arguments and counterarguments to support your thesis. Outline only the body of your paper. Remember to avoid bias and fallacies and to include rhetorical devices that strengthen your writing. Address the following: • Where did you place the most effective arguments in your paper? Explain your reasoning. • How did you address counterarguments without weakening your own premise? Submit the outline as a Microsoft® Word document attachment. SupportingMaterial:AppendixKAppendix D
 
 
ENG 102 Week 5 Individual Assignment Integrating Source Material
 
Instructions:Complete Appendix L: • Integrate quotations into the example passages and provide in-text and reference citations. • Summarize and paraphrase two sources from your annotated bibliography that you did not use for the Week Three assignment. • Provide in-text citations and an explanation of how you plan to integrate the sources into your rough draft. SupportingMaterial:Developing a Thesis StatementWriting Resource CenterAppendix L
  
ENG 102 Week 6 Individual Assignment Introduction and Conclusion

 
Instructions: Consider the components of an effective introduction and an effective conclusion outlined in Appendix M. Write an effective introduction for your research paper that draws in readers. Write a conclusion for your research paper that effectively summarizes your paper. Format your introduction and conclusion consistent with APA guidelines. Submit your introduction and conclusion as a Microsoft® Word document attachment. Note. You will need to complete a rough draft of your research paper in Week Seven. SupportingMaterial:Appendix M

 
 
 
ENG 102 Week 7 Individual Assignment Rough Draft of the Research Paper
 
Instructions: Review Appendix M, the full-sentence outline of your research paper, the introduction and conclusion for your research paper, Appendix O, and the Center for Writing Excellence (CWE). Create a rough draft by converting your full-sentence outline into the body of your paper, attaching your introduction to the beginning and your conclusion to the end. • Move smoothly from one idea to the next and from one section of your paper to the next by adding transitions. • The rough draft must be a minimum of 1,500 words and must be complete enough for the facilitator to provide constructive feedback. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. Submit a copy of your rough draft to the Center for Writing Excellence and to the Plagiarism Checker for review. Review Appendix O for information about WritePointSM and the Plagiarism Checker. Submit your rough draft as well as results from the Center for Writing Excellence and the Plagiarism Checker. SupportingMaterial:AppendixMWriting Resource CenterAppendix O
 
 



ENG 102 Week 8 Individual Assignment Peer Review Workshop
 
Completing a peer review Instructions: Perform a peer review of a classmate's rough draft. Your facilitator will provide the rough draft on Day 4. Fill in each block of the Peer Review Checklist in Appendix N. Use specific examples from your classmate's paper to support your responses. Submit the completed Peer Review Checklist in Appendix N as a Microsoft® Word document attachment. Answer the following questions: • What does the peer reviewer gain from this activity? • What are some drawbacks to peer reviewing? What other methods can you use to provide effective peer feedback? SupportingMaterial:Appendix N
 
 

 
 
  
ENG 102 Week 9 Final Project: Persuasive Research Paper
 
Use the checklist in Appendix Q to proofread your final draft. If you cannot answer positively to an item in the proofreading checklist, revise your paper accordingly. Construct a persuasive research paper in 1,750 to 2,000 words, formatted consistent with APA guidelines. Include the following elements: • Title page • Introduction and a thesis statement • Body with supporting evidence and in-text citations • Conclusion • Reference list with at least five to seven sources, at least three of which must come from the University Library Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. SupportingMaterial:AppendixAAssociate Level Writing Style HandbookAppendix Q Individual Apr 12, 2015 11:59 PM 230 • Persuasive Research Paper (Preparation) Research Paper Revision Putting it all together Instructions: Review Appendix P, the peer review of your paper, your instructor's feedback, the Center for Writing Excellence and MyCompLab Write a 200- to 300-word response to the following: • What feedback did you receive from the Center for Writing Excellence, your peer reviewer, and your facilitator? • Explain what feedback you will incorporate and what feedback you will not incorporate into your paper. Include a rationale for your choices. • What role do feedback and other writing tools play in the revision process? Provide examples. SupportingMaterial:Appendix P

 
Resources: Associate Program Material: Final Project Overview and Timeline, Associate Program Material: Final Project Case Studies Choose a case study from the Associate Program Material: Final Project Case Studies. Develop an 8- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation based on the case study selected that includes the following: • Explain the elements of good interpersonal communication. • Explain what happened in the case study and why it is an example of poor interpersonal communication. • Explain the perceptions of the participants in the case study. • Explain the conflict type and conflict management styles in the case study. • Identify listening barriers used in the case study. • Explain supportive and defensive climates and relationships used in the case study. • Identify verbal and nonverbal communication used in the case study. • Explain what could have been done differently in the case study to improve the effectiveness of the interpersonal communication. Include an introduction and conclusion of the major points and detailed explanations that correlate to each point in the speaker notes section. Include videos, audio, photos, diagrams, or graphs as appropriate. Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines. Submit the Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation assignment. Include at least five references to support your presentation. SupportingMaterial:Final Project Overview and TimelineFinal Project Case Studies.
 
 
 

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