904 Writing - Homework Posts


Writing HW - DUE 1/20

posted Jan 18, 2015, 11:34 AM by Mr. Chandler Wells


Final Draft of Position Papers Due at the beginning of class.  No need to print - though remember you must have them typed on the doc you received on Friday.

Make up Missing Work NOW!

posted Jan 13, 2015, 6:20 AM by Mr. Chandler Wells

This is just a reminder that the end of the semester, indeed the end of our time together before you take art next semester, is drawing near.  The end of the semester is next Friday!

If you have any missing work for my class, please make sure to make it up by this Friday, so I have time to grade it and your final essays.

Also, please be sure to email me telling me the exact assignment(s) you've updated so I can grade them.

Best,

Wells.

Writing 9 HW - DUE 1/13

posted Jan 12, 2015, 6:56 AM by Mr. Chandler Wells


Use your notes from today's class and create a list of the ELEMENTS of a POSITION PAPER.  Make sure the list has at least 10-12 items and includes all the things you need to do or include in your position paper.  Make the HW look good.  It will be collected.

Writing HW - DUE 12/19

posted Dec 17, 2014, 12:05 PM by Mr. Chandler Wells


Please finish Voices of Action - Paragraph #3 for homework.  It is due before class on Friday.

Writing HW - DUE 12/17

posted Dec 16, 2014, 9:00 AM by Mr. Chandler Wells

On Wednesday in class, we will write another body paragraph explaining why our issue is important to NYers.

To prepare for this paragraph, please do two things.

  1. Finish your QSS or Final Word Protocol
  2. Review your grade and feedback on Paragraph #2, to see what you can do better on the next paragraph.

Writing HW - DUE 12/16

posted Dec 15, 2014, 9:32 AM by Mr. Chandler Wells

Please finish reading at least one article on your issue.  

In class on Tuesday you will have time to complete the QSS or Final Word.

Writing HW - DUE 12/15

posted Dec 12, 2014, 11:40 AM by Mr. Chandler Wells


Revise your Paragraph #2 for Voices of Action to include a counterargument and a refutation of the argument.  Use one of the "Take-Aways" from Friday's Fishbowl.  Make sure you end you paragraph with a concluding statement about why your issue is the most important to NYers.

Remember to refute a counter claim correctly, you need to:  (1) Identify the Counterclaim, (2) Explain the reason why the counterclaim could be true, and then (3) either show that that reason is not true, or explain that that reason is still not as important as your reason for your issue.  

A good counterclaim refutation will include all three steps.

Writing HW - DUE 12/8

posted Dec 5, 2014, 7:13 AM by Mr. Chandler Wells

Write one paragraph answering the following question:
  • Why is your issue important to New Yorkers?  
    • What reasons make it important to New Yorkers? 
    • Is it equal opportunity, civil rights, human rights, number of NYers affected?  Explain!

  • Requirements for Paragraph
    • Use ideas from your Fishbowl Discussion/Takeaways
    • Make sure you explain your ideas.
    • You will be assessed by Writing 1B.
    • It can be handwritten or typed and printed.
    • You will hand it in stapled to your Fishbowl Notes.

Writing HW - DUE 11/24

posted Nov 21, 2014, 11:18 AM by Mr. Chandler Wells

Please complete Field Notes #2.
This will need to be printed on Legal Sized Paper.

This means that you will need to go to the site you chose as the "heart of your neighborhood," where you did your first Field Notes, and write down descriptions that fit your unified idea.  Write descriptions that you could add to the collage poem you created this past week.  

I will be checking that the entire Field Notes (all rows, all columns) is complete when you come to class on Monday.

Writing HW - DUE 11/18

posted Nov 17, 2014, 10:00 AM by Mr. Chandler Wells


Please revise 4-5 of your best descriptions from Field Notes #1.  Revise to make sure your descriptions meet the criteria established in class for Writing 3E and make sure they use Active Language.

Please write your revisions on a colored piece of paper (as provided in class).  Make sure there is space between each description so you can cut the descriptions apart in class on Tuesday.

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