LS = *Little Seagull Handbook*

Date |
Major Due Dates; Homework (due day listed); In class |

T 1/17 | Introduction to Course; Notes |

Th 1/19 | Read LS “Reading Strategies” and the Purdue OWL on “Organizing Your Argument – Toulmin Method” and “Stasis Theory” and smith; Notes |

T 1/24 | Read Hunter; Notes |

Th 1/26 | Topic Proposal due; Notes |

T 1/31 | Read Smarsh and Petersen; Notes |

Th 2/2 | Short Analysis due (see LS 49-53 for guidance); Notes |

T 2/7 | Public Analysis due (see LS 90-118 for research help) |

Th 2/9 | Work on Annotated Bibliography (find at least three public sources); Meet in Libary for Research activity |

T 2/14 | Read Drum |

Th 2/16 | Skim over Villanueva (Moodle), work on Academic Analysis |

T 2/21 | Academic Analysis due |

Th 2/23 | Annotated Bibliography due by end of Friday |

T 3/7 | Work on Paper 1 |

Th 3/9 | Paper 1 due for peer reviews (see LS p. 10-29 for drafting help) |

T 3/14 | Conferences |

Th 3/16 | Paper 1 due with final revisions by the end of Friday |

T 3/21 | Midterm Reflection due |

Th 3/23 | Readings |

T 3/28 | Readings |

Th 3/30 | Paper 2 activity |

T 4/4 | Paper 2 due for peer reviews |

Th 4/13 | Conferences |

T 4/18 | Paper 2 due with final revisions |

Th 4/20 | Read Febos and McIntosh; Watch Febos |

T 4/25 | Read Graeber |

Th 4/27 | Paper 3 due for peer reviews |

T 5/2 | Conferences |

Th 5/4 | Paper 3 due with final revisions |

T 5/9 | Final Reflection due |