LS = Little Seagull Handbook

Date Major Due Dates; Homework (due day listed); In class
W 1/18 Introduction to Course; Notes
M 1/23 Read LS “Reading Strategies”, the Purdue OWL on “Organizing Your Argument – Toulmin Method” and “Stasis Theory“, and Hunter and smith; Notes
W 1/25 Topic Proposal due; Notes
M 1/30 Read Smarsh and Petersen; Notes
W 2/1 Short Analysis due (see LS 49-53 for guidance); Notes
M 2/6 Public Analysis due (see LS 90-118 for research help); Notes
W 2/8 Work on Annotated Bibliography (find at least three public sources); Meet in Library for Research activity
M 2/13 Read Drum; Notes
W 2/15 Skim over Yancey (Moodle), work on Academic Analysis; Notes
M 2/20 Academic Analysis due; Notes and Sample Annotated Bibliography
W 2/22 Annotated Bibliography due by end of Friday
M 3/6 Work on Paper 1; Notes
W 3/8 Paper 1 due for peer reviews (see LS p. 17-39 for drafting help); APA Worksheet, notes, and sign up for conferences
M 3/13 Conferences
W 3/15 Paper 1 due with final revisions by the end of Friday
M 3/20 Read Debaters vs. Illuminators and the Paper 2 assignment description; start working on the Midterm Reflection; Notes
W 3/22 Midterm Reflection due
M 3/27 Complete Paper 2 Worksheet, read Amadasun; Notes
W 3/29 Complete Paper 2 Multimedia Worksheet, start working on Paper 2; Notes
M 4/3 Paper 2 due for peer reviews; Notes, sign up for conferences
W 4/5 Conferences
T 4/11 Conferences
W 4/12 Paper 2 due with final revisions; Notes
M 4/17 Read Febos and McIntosh; Watch Febos, Notes
W 4/19 Read Graeber; Notes
M 4/24 Paper 3 due for peer reviews; Notes and conferences (optional)
W 4/26 Conferences
M 5/1 Paper 3 due with final revisions
T 5/9 Final Reflection due