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Monday, February 13

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Monday, May 23

  1. page Net Neutrality edited Net Neutrality: What is it? Poster Project: Create a poster explaining why this issue is import…

    Net Neutrality: What is it?
    Poster Project: Create a poster explaining why this issue is important
    New York Times
    21st century tutorials
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Thursday, April 14

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Friday, September 18

  1. page Revising PowerPoint edited 25 Awesome Free Stock Photo sites Death by Power Point Day 1: Read Edward Tufte's article Pow…

    25 Awesome Free Stock Photo sites
    Death by Power Point
    Day 1: Read Edward Tufte's article Power Point is Evil (written a few years back), then login to this wiki, click on the discussion tab and write a paragraph of your thoughts on what he wrote. Think about why I am having us revise Power Point. Think about boring student Power Points you have had to sit through, present, put together. Did it enhance your knowledge? Did it require you to think? Did you employ cut and paste often?
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Thursday, July 9

  1. page SUPA information literacy edited ... In pairs, ask students to come up with their own definition of a good research question. What …
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    In pairs, ask students to come up with their own definition of a good research question. What are the qualities? What might be an example?
    See handouts "posing research questions"
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    research assignment.
    1. Have students medium and location of the publication of the source, as well as other features
    2. Have students annotate the background pieces!
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    5. Keep track of keywords and concepts to the source inquiry.
    6. Flashpoint: moments in the text of highest interest for you. - a quote in the text of highest interest.
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    the time.
    7. Consider the uses and limits of the text: what is does well persuasively and where it chooses not to go.
    The Lexicon exercise:
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  2. page SUPA information literacy edited ... In pairs, ask students to come up with their own definition of a good research question. What …
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    In pairs, ask students to come up with their own definition of a good research question. What are the qualities? What might be an example?
    See handouts "posing research questions"
    Read not just for content or main idea, but for projects to get to aims, methods and materials. Students collect relevant keywords and concepts and preparing to locate and read sources related to their own research assignment.
    1. Have students medium and location of the publication of the source, as well as other features
    2. Have students annotate the background pieces!
    3, Shift your focus from what the text is saying, to how and why it is saying what it;s saying.
    4. Find a focal point, that is not necessarily the main idea. Have them find their own hook.
    5. Keep track of keywords and concepts to the source inquiry.
    6. Flashpoint: moments in the text of highest interest for you. - a quote in the text of highest interest.
    Good readers are always looking at both the local moment and then the global perspective all the time.
    7. Consider the uses and limits of the text: what is does well persuasively and where it chooses not to go.

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  3. page SUPA information literacy edited Inquiry: Composing Research ... knowledge to knowledgeable knowledge-able TED talk) Start by…
    Inquiry: Composing Research
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    knowledge to knowledgeableknowledge-able TED talk)
    Start by having students read pg. 11-16 in "Composing Inquiry" in Marshall's Critical Inquiry
    Have them brainstorm and share out thoughts about readings
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  4. page SUPA information literacy edited Inquiry: Composing Research Posing Research Questions: Michael Wesch (From knowledge to knowledge…
    Inquiry: Composing Research
    Posing Research Questions: Michael Wesch (From knowledge to knowledgeable TED talk)
    Start by having students read pg. 11-16 in "Composing Inquiry" in Marshall's Critical Inquiry
    Have them brainstorm and share out thoughts about readings
    In pairs, ask students to come up with their own definition of a good research question. What are the qualities? What might be an example?
    See handouts "posing research questions"

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