Research Workshop For your first post, upload your completed draft as either a W
Research Workshop For your first post, upload your completed draft as either a W
Research Workshop For your first post, upload your completed draft as either a Word doc or a PDF. For your second post, respond to two of your classmates by giving feedback regarding these items: Requirements: Do they have 1,750 words of text (doesn’t include the abstract or References)? Minimum of 5 sources (2-3 scholarly, 2-3 popular, 1 primary)? Is the paper formatted properly? Clear thesis/argument: Do they have a thesis that goes beyond description and makes an argument? Is it clear, and established early in the paper? Public Resonance: Do they have a clear notion of audience? Do they show the audience how this issue affects them, and why their research matters? Do they do it early to engage the interest of the reader? Ethos: Do they let credible sources provide definitions and context? Do they use their research to show they are familiar with the particulars of the discussion, and the legitimate points of tension? Focus/Logos: Does their line of reasoning proceed in a logical manner? Would you change anything about the order of the ideas presented? Does each section add to the paper in a meaningful way, or do some sections seem unnecessary (filler)? Research/Analysis: Assess the proportion of their research and commentary. Too few citations and research leads to a lack of ethos. Too many can mean there isn’t enough analysis and discussion, so assess this proportion. Counterargument: Do they present opposing views in a fair manner, without attacking straw persons? Do they demonstrate an understanding of the opposing view? Do they adequately address their objections? Developed Conclusion: The longer the paper and the information you present, the more you need to take some space to wind down the essay, showing the connections, discussing how you supported your thesis and leaving the reader with some food for thought or a call to action. Give the writer feedback on how effectively their conclusion addresses these items. Resources for Conducting Interviews SPRING 2022 COLLEGE COMPOSITION II (ENG231-015-52308 Kincaid) Home Page Start Here! Lessons Course Messages Announcements Course Calendar My Grades TextAid Student Blackboard Help Digital Library Bb Student Blog SSC Help Desk My Survey Dashboard SSC Resources Help Desk Resources for Conducting Interviews YouTube Video Katie Couric on how to conduct a good interview Watch Video Katie Couric on how to conduct a good interview Duration: 5:08 User: n/a - Added: 6/26/09 Web Link Sample Transcript This link will provide an example of how a transcript will look when you type it up. File Interviewing PP Presentation File Ten Tips for Transcribing Interviews Blank Page Interviewing Information from the Purdue Online Writing Lab File Interview Citation Formats Web Link Interviewing for a Research Project This link should take you to a YouTube channel that includes 12 1 minute videos that are clearly labeled. You can pick an choose which to view based on what you need. Here are the topics covered: Overview of Interviewing Finding Experts to Interview Collecting Information on Experts Preparing Interview Questions Types of Interview Questions Neutral Phrasing Interview Non-verbal Cues Record Keeping Being on Time Establishing Rapport Closing the Interview

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