The homework has changed from what we talked about in class!
Bring your computer AND research AND keynotes to class next week.
(We’ll hope the internet is fixed. If it isn’t, see if you can figure out how to use your computer with a phone hotspot if possible.)
In our upcoming class, we’ll be doing a Writer’s Workshop — where you get the entire time to work on outlining your research paper.
So this week, focus on getting as much of your research done as possible.
There’s no other homework — no reading, no videos, etc — so that you can focus on doing your research.
- Write a working thesis for your research paper.
** Meet with your writing mentor to review and revise your thesis statement. **
NOTE: You may want to consider sharing your keynotes with your writing mentor ahead of time so they have a chance to review your research. Schedule enough time with your mentor to talk about your research so they can help you revise your thesis.
2. Spend as much time as you can researching and collecting key notes.
The more research you have, the easier it will be to work on outlining your paper in class.