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Examples of past discussions that students posted in section groups

In your section’s group, look for "+ Start Discussion" or follow these quick links I created for the 2011 class: Start a discussion by clicking on your section here (2011 sections):Sec A | Sec B | Sec C | Sec D | Sec E | Sec F | Sec G | Sec H | Sec I  Sec J | Sec K | Sec L | Sec M | Sec N | Sec O EXAMPLES from 2009 sections: (you can follow the links) What Holds Us Back as a Society? 15 Replies I wanted to get all of your opinions about what causes ignorance in contemporary American society?…

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Getting credit for assignment - AA10 2009

(1) Check your image. If it isn't listed at this link, then you need to tag it correctly to get credit for assignment or be eligible for extra credit. (See video below on how to tag your photo.) (2) Make sure you're a member of your section's group. If you're not a member of your section's group, your TA won't be able to tell that you completed the assignment. Go to this list of section groups. Find your section. Select "+ Join" in upper-right corner. (The video below shows how.) (3) See…

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Rating instructions for extra credit

UPDATE: See final top-45 list below. ----------- Top-45 rated students will get extra credit. Deadline: midnight next Wednesday Nov. 4th (but the earlier your image is rated, the better it will do) STEPS: (1) Go to each of the following galleries & rate the image (5 stars = best) Add a critique in the comment (optional). Approx. 100 images per gallery. Gallery 1 | Gallery 2 | Gallery 3 | Gallery 4 | Gallery 5 | Gallery 6 If your image is not in one of these galleries, follow these…

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TIPS & SUGGESTIONS for writing personal essays

See some example essays here. Tips to write a great essay 1) Try writing what first comes to mind. Stream of consciousness produces a lot of good stuff. You can revise & edit later. 2) Use a catchy first line. Start by grabbing people’s attention in a way that will make people want to read further. Good past examples: “In 2002, a drunk driver turned left into my lane.” “I’m lucky to have a smile on my face 30% of the time.” and “I'm a vampire.” Often the opening line can wrap back around at the…

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