what activities, events, or movements have CSUF student organizations, English homework help

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please follow the grading guidelines.

instruction are included in the prompt, PDF

choose a primary source/article to talk about from the two pictures

and then get 3 other secondary sources you wanna use to support your first/primary source. (from anywhere ex: news article)

1000 words.

+ secondary source annotations, (around 200 words)

what activities, events, or movements have CSUF student organizations, English homework help
what activities, events, or movements have CSUF student organizations, English homework help

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English 101 Essay 5: Connecting with Sources (15%) Assignment Timeline: Mon 3/13: Primary Source Activity (NP9) at University Archives Wed 3/15: Online Archival Post (NP10) Mon 3/20: Introduce Essay 5 Assignment + NP11 Wed 3/22: Discuss Reading 8 on Credible Research Process + NP12 Wed 4/5: Discuss Reading 9 on Ways to Use Sources + NP13 * SELECT PRIMARY SOURCES AT UNIVERSITY ARCHIVE BY CLASS TODAY* Mon 4/10: WORKING THESIS STATEMENT + 3 SOURCE ANNOTATIONS ROUGH DRAFT DUE (1%) Wed 4/12: ESSAY 5 FULL ROUGH DRAFT (1000w) DUE (1%) Sun 4/15: ESSAY 5 FINAL DRAFT of 1000 words (14%) + 3 SOURCE ANNOTATIONS (1%) DUE BY 5PM (Upload on TITANium) In Essay 3 you created your own primary source material – an interview with a member of a student organization – shaped by ideas on leadership that Kouzes and Posner offered us in a secondary source. In Essay 4 and 5 we replicate the same process (using secondary sources to interpret a primary source), but this time the interpretation and connection process becomes more complicated since you are not creating primary source evidence inspired directly by a secondary source. Instead we’re turning to existing primary sources to interpret a moment or artifact in a student organization’s history. The primary source itself will lead class members to a range of different secondary sources and interpretations for them. The broad research question that guides this assignment is, what activities, events, or movements have CSUF student organizations participated in and how do we interpret their specific significance? Assignment Process: Select a Primary Source from the University Archives For this essay you need to select at least one primary source about a student organization from the University Archives. Focus on interpreting a specific event, focused time, a single publication, or a focused comparison of two sources since 1000 words is not a lot of space to interpret the significance of a student organization’s entire history or whole range of actions. For example, if you choose to write about the Daily Titan you might focus on one aspect of an issue, like letters to the editor from students, and interpret one or two letters from one time or compare two letters across two different times. Brainstorm Questions, Keywords, and Tentative Interpretations of Your Primary Source Notebook Posts 11-13 will focus on Essay 4 sources and your Essay 5 sources to develop this process. Research Secondary Sources to Support a Focused Interpretation of the Primary Source Reading 8 will guide you to honor your existing research behaviors at the same time you enhance them through library database research. By the end of the research process, you will want to decide on using at least 3 secondary sources that will help you offer a focused interpretation of your primary source. Read Secondary Sources and Draft Annotations After skimming many sources and selecting the 3 secondary sources you want to use in your essay, draft an annotation of your sources following the Summarize/Assess/Reflect model the Purdue OWL outlines at (also hyperlinked on our class TITANium site). If your essay uses more than 3 secondary sources, you only have to compose three annotations. Compose Working Thesis Statement and Rough Draft of Source Annotations by 4/10 Like previous drafts, bring in a working thesis statement as well as your drafted annotations for a class peer review session and draft credit. Compose Full Rough Draft of 1000 words by 4/12 Like previous drafts, bring in a full rough draft of Essay 5 for a class peer review session and draft credit. Revise and Submit Final Draft of Essay 5 and 3 Source Annotations by 4/15 at 5pm Assignment Evaluation: Essay (14%) • Specific and Developed Thesis (30%) The essay should possess a focused thesis about the primary source you’re writing about that communicates a specific interpretation of that primary source that is “arguable” (not readily knowable to your audience). The essay should communicate its overall thesis with a primary claim or thesis statement in an introductory paragraph. • Focused and Organized Paragraph Development (30%) - The essay should possess developed paragraphs containing claims that explain the essay’s thesis, specific evidence using primary sources from the University Archives and secondary sources, and transitions that connect the essay’s claims together. - The paragraphs should be in an organization or order that helps outside readers understand the development and significance of your argument. - The conclusion paragraph should also work to restate the essay’s key claims together and expand “outward” in some way (likely by calling for more research or connecting to contemporary ideas about the significance). • Source Use (40%) - For this essay you should collect at least one primary and three secondary sources to use as evidence in your essay. As we will discuss in class, you should avoid using tertiary sources (including wikipedia or other encyclopedias). The evidence you use from these sources should be vivid and meaningfully connected to the thesis. Your source use should demonstrate your ability to paraphrase and incorporate direct quotations (Reading 9). - The essay should use quotation marks around any exact language you use as a source for your paper, identifying tags identifying the source authors, and/or a parenthetical notation after a sentence when you use a source in your paper. The essay should also include a list of sources you used for your paper located at the end of the document file. The overall formatting of the essay should conform to MLA academic formatting guidelines (unless you really like/use APA). Basic Formatting Guidelines (from MLA 7th edition and before): - double-space the text - use a 12 pt. font that is readable and preferably a serif font (such as Times New Roman) - set the margins of your document to 1 inch on all sides - in the upper left-hand corner of the first page, list the following on separate lines: your name, the instructor’s name, the course, and the date - include a header with your last name and page number on each page - if you use a longer quotation (more than 4 lines or 40 words or so), format it by indenting it from your writing (look up “MLA format for block quote” for complete formatting information) Annotations Works Cited Page (1%) To receive full credit, the source annotations should appear in/as the works cited page and conform to the Purdue OWL annotation format of Summarize/Assess/Reflect we discussed in class through notebook posts and peer review. ...

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