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Final Exam

Here is your question:

In 3-4 paragraphs I would like you to express your thoughts and opinions about the role of visual communication and rhetoric in our world today. How important is it? How does it impact you?

I’d like you to cite 1-2 specific examples in your answer.

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Final Grade Breakdown

Here is how your grades measure out:

5%  –  Assignment 1 Rough Draft          

10% – Assignment 1 Final Draft            

5%  –  Assignment 2 Rough Draft          

10% – Assignment 2 Final Draft      

5%  –  Assignment 3 Rough Draft          

10% – Assignment 3 Final Draft      

5%  –  Assignment 4 Rough Draft          

10% – Assignment 4 Final Draft  

60%  – Essay Grade Total.

25%  – Attendance and Participation

15%  – Final Examination

100% – TOTAL

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I just got done looking at your Rough Drafts and have left you comments on them in Moodle. Please look over and revise for Final Draft submissions due by 11:59 PM on Sunday, Dec. 8.

Our final exam will take place on Monday, Dec. 9 from 3:30 – 5:30 PM in our regular classroom.

Please bring a Blue Book.

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Week 15 Agenda

ENGL230 Week 15

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Final Due Dates

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Tuesday, Nov. 26 – Peer Review of Research Paper in class

Sunday, Dec. 1 – Rough Draft of Research Paper due via Moodle

Sunday, Dec. 8 – Final Draft of Research Paper due via Moodle

Monday, Dec. 9 – Final Exam from 3:30 – 5:30 PM in our regular classroom

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REFERENCES (MLA 8th)

This is an example of a Works Cited sheet

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Citation Style Sheet

This covers material from citations to in-text citations from MLA to APA to Chicago Manuel Style.

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OWL at Purdue:

Formatting of Works Cited Page

SAMPLE Works Cited Page

 

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Week 14 Agenda

ENGL230 Week 14

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More Counter-Argument

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1. The Classical Model

2. Writing Counter-Arguments and Refutation

3. Counter-Argument Example

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Counter-Arguments

Let us de-mystify this process.

First off, you have to change gears from your ARGUMENT, to your COUNTER-ARGUMENT, and for that you need:

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DOCUMENT: Planting A Naysayer

 


 

SAMPLE COUNTER-ARGUMENTS

SAMPLE COUNTER 1

 

SAMPLE COUNTER 2

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