Class 24: MON APR 27

Proposal

Grammar Revisions

References

Fun: Search Your Own Work on Google

  • Copy and paste a complex sentence from your own work that uses terminology, search it on Google and be prepared to be amazed when you show up on the first page of results, as you will forever when others search for similar language. “Writing is Recursive.”

Structure of the Research Paper

  • It’s a combination of your 3 Short Arguments, not a new Argument.
  • It should not be divided into sections (Definition/Causal/Rebuttal)
  • It should not contain 3 introductions (2 internal)
  • It should provide References for only those sources actually cited in the 3000-word paper

Annotated Bibliography

Scholarship Revisions

  • Grade Levels 2
    • An “in reverse” unpacking of dense, content-rich statements into their component parts: backwards advice.
  • Stephen Hawking Was Wrong
    • Revision advice on how to grab reader attention with bold claims you can actually support.
  • A Good Model for Citation and References
    • BeezKneez has updated the in-text citations and References section to meet our class standards (even gone beyond our class standards for linking text to the sources).
  • Building Refutation Language into your Refutations
    • This links to the same post by BeezKneez as the Citation model above. Read the feedback chain for examples of “refuting while reporting” on the claims made by your “opponent.”

10 Responses to Class 24: MON APR 27

  1. a1175 says:

    -use plurals when talking about people overall, don’t just use his or her
    -have URLs go behind the article title
    -paper is a combination of the 3 1,000 word papers, not a whole new paper

  2. j6128 says:

    Signs are proposal arguments
    Link title sources in paper from references page
    Copy and paste a complex sentence from your own work that uses terminology, search it on Google and be prepared to be amazed when you show up on the first page of results; you can find you own work on the internet
    There is no specific order for research paper, reorganize material, no need to start a new topic or argument
    Don’t divide paper into sections
    In a refutation argument make sure that it is clear for readers which arguments are your own and which ones aren’t
    Science is always changing

  3. harp03 says:

    Class Notes 4/27/2020

    Grammar:
    -Review the 4 additional grammar basics
    -Be aware of he/she/they pronouns
    -Do not use “you”/”your” statements

    References:
    -LINK TITLES TO SOURCE
    -Go to “write” tab, click the link button in the task bar

    Google Search (For Fun):
    -You can find your own writing on Google!
    -Writing should be given plenty of effort for this reason among many others

    Research Paper:
    -May have to be reorganized
    -Could begin with rebuttal, then definition then causal?
    -But DO NOT structure it in 3 parts
    -Remove introductions/closings
    -Only include references of the sources you used in the paper

    Annotated Bibliography:
    -Look for references at bottom of a very useful article
    -Use citation for source, not links

  4. stripedsweater21 says:

    4/27/2020
    For this class we went over the 14 rules of grammar.
    Then, we learned a new way of linking websites to sources. Instead of providing an actual link, it is easier for the reader to click on the title of the article which leads to the source. Attach the link to the source.
    The work we put online stays with us forever. I copied and pasted a sentence from our arguments into google, however I didn’t find my essay. There may be too many common works with common sentences. Yet, that does not change the point. Eventually I will find my essay, which is listed under my code-name, which I know is me.
    Then, we went over the structure of the research paper. The 3 short arguments make up the research paper but we have some cushion because we have research but we don’t want 3 intros and conclusions. If we are short on words, either it is because we need new ideas or new sources. New sources are easier to find. For a source, go to the bottom for a reference page; if it is there, some of the sources could be of benefit.
    For our bibliography sources, we can find the article on the cambell library and get the citation, then attach the link to the title.

  5. alyse816 says:

    Make sure you are noticing the grammar mistakes, and go back to look at the list
    We should fix our references to make the link a title instead of an actual link
    If we type a sentence from out work in google it will most likely come up as a search
    Look at the reference used for your resources, they might benefit you
    Make sure our new paper flows and is not divided into sections

  6. gossipgirl3801 says:

    4/27/20- Today in class we started by going back and looking at the grammar paragraph from last week and professor Hodges showed us the correct revisions we didn’t catch. Next we moved onto a demonstration on how to link our URLS to the titles of our sources in our paper and bibliography. We learned we can search up our work on Google by copy and pasting a sentence from our blog post. Then we got some insight on how to structure our final research paper, by not separating the three short essays but rather making them into one cohesive 3,000 word paper with only using the sources you used in the paper. In our annotated bibliography we need to change How we plan to use it to How we used it. Finally we watched a quick comical video on Albert Einstein. We were advised to go back and fix our grammar paragraphs to make them correct and to study the rules further.

  7. bmdpiano says:

    NOTES:

    References/Bib:
    – do not just list links
    – use citation machine
    – bib should have all the sources found, but references should only list the sources actually used in the paper

    Research Paper:
    – building refutation language is very useful for strong arguments
    – anything can be disputed
    – Three arguments are pieced together for the final paper, but some remodeling of structure may have to have to make the paper cohesive
    – removed repeating information
    – if there are not enough ideas, find more sources.

  8. shaquilleoatmeal2250 says:

    NOTES
    4/27

    GRAMMAR REVISIONS
    – Looked further at the 14 revisions rather than only the 10
    – Reviewed the in-class paragraphs we did and just checking to see what we may have missed
    – Everyone missed the initial singular and plural rule in the first sentence

    SOURCES
    – Link all your source titles to their sources
    – Makes it easier for the reader to relate back to sources
    – Follow sources at the bottom of articles to reach main source

    GOOGLE SEARCHED
    – Searched out own work through google to show how its actually out their on the internet

    FINAL PAPER
    – Make your final position paper look like it flows
    – Don’t separate it by each short argument
    – They should all interact with each other and be mixed with one introduction and one closing

  9. rose1029 says:

    COMP Class Notes 4/27/2020
    We discussed that…
    -Signs are Proposal Arguments
    -Grammar Revisions
    -References
    – Search your Work on Google
    -Structure of the Research Paper
    -Annotated Bibliography
    – Scholarship Revisions
    -Grade Levels 2
    -Steven Hawking was Wrong
    -A Good Model for Citation and References
    -Building Refutation Language into your References
    I learned that…
    -When there is a possessive gender issue in a sentence, it is better to make it plural.
    -Inserting the link of your reference into the title of the corresponding article.
    -The Research Paper is a combination of all three prior essays written during the course, mostly the different aspects that each essay brings.
    -Anything that you directly quote from a source needs to go under your references at the end of you paper
    -Everything else that is used to assist your writing goes into your Annotated Bibliography

  10. tenere84 says:

    Notes 4/27

    Structure of the Research Paper
    – It’s a combination of your 3 Short Arguments, not a new Argument.
    – It should not be divided into sections (Definition/Causal/Rebuttal)
    – It should not contain 3 introductions (2 internal)
    – It should provide References for only those sources actually cited in the 3000-word paper

    Annotated Bibliography
    – Actual Bibliographic Notations, not just links to your sources.
    – You can refer to Rowan’s Campbell Library for scholarly sources.
    – HOW I WILL USE IT = HOW I USED IT!

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