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Question;Critique Submission LinkAssignments submitted through this link will be checked using SafeAssign by Blackboard. Your work will not be used for any purpose other than preventing plagiarism in the University. Ownership of the intellectual property contained in your written work will not be transferred to any third party. Please submit your paper as a Word Document. If you have the 2010 version of Word, please save your paper in a previous version (Word 97-2003 document) as Safe Assign may not accept the most recent version.The critique should be two to three pages in length. Choose one of the following articles:?What did the Watson Computer do???Computer Wins on Jeopardy, Trivial, It?s Not??The AI Revolution is on??The Man who Would Teach Machines to Think??Mind in the Machine?Include an APA title pageInclude APA in-text citations wherever you reference the text.Include a reference page in APA format.Be objective and avoid using ?I?, ?you?, and ?we?.Readings and ActivitiesExplanatory Synthesis AssignmentReadingsPage, K., & Mapstone, M. (2010). How does the web make youth feel? Exploring the positive digital native rhetoric. Journal Of Marketing Management, 26(13/14), 1345-1366. doi:10.1080/0267257X.2010.523709Myers, M. D., & Sundaram, D. (2012). Digital natives. University Of Auckland Business Review, 15(1), 28-37.Houston, C. (2011). Digital books for digital natives. Children & Libraries: The Journal Of The Association For Library Service To Children, 9(3), 39-42.Oriji, A., & Efebo, P. (2013). New technology, new methodology: The "digital natives" and "digital immigrants" debate. Journal Of Educational Review, 6(2), 237.Ask?m K.A., Gunuc, S., & Ersoy, M. (2013). The current state of digitalization: Digital native, digital immigrant and digital settler. (English). Journal Of Faculty Of Educational Sciences, 46(1), 1.Kuehn, L. (2012). No more "digital natives" and "digital immigrants". Our Schools / Our Selves, 21(2), 129. (This article offers a different perspective on choosing just one category or the other.)A reading on the Explanatory Synthesis from Drew University.Here are some guiding questions to keep you on track with your Explanatory Synthesis.Read through this short document on writing an outline. Choose one type of outline from this tutorial to submit for your explanatory synthesis outline: Writing an OutlineExplanatory Thesis, Introduction, Outline, and ConclusionAssignments submitted through this link will be checked using SafeAssign by Blackboard. Your work will not be used for any purpose other than preventing plagiarism in the University. Ownership of the intellectual property contained in your written work will not be transferred to any third party. Please submit your paper as a Word Document. If you have the 2010 version of Word, please save your paper in a previous version (Word 97-2003 document) as Safe Assign may not accept the most recent version.Submit your thesis statement, introduction, outline, and conclusion here.Explanatory Synthesis AssignmentReadings for Explanatory Synthesis Essay:Page, K., & Mapstone, M. (2010). How does the web make youth feel? Exploring the positive digital native rhetoric. Journal Of Marketing Management, 26(13/14), 1345-1366. doi:10.1080/0267257X.2010.523709Myers, M. D., & Sundaram, D. (2012). Digital natives. University Of Auckland Business Review, 15(1), 28-37.Houston, C. (2011). Digital books for digital natives. Children & Libraries: The Journal Of The Association For Library Service To Children, 9(3), 39-42.Oriji, A., & Efebo, P. (2013). New technology, new methodology: The "digital natives" and "digital immigrants" debate. Journal Of Educational Review, 6(2), 237.Ask?m K.A., Gunuc, S., & Ersoy, M. (2013). The current state of digitalization: Digital native, digital immigrant and digital settler. (English). Journal Of Faculty Of Educational Sciences, 46(1), 1.Kuehn, L. (2012). No more "digital natives" and "digital immigrants". Our Schools / Our Selves, 21(2), 129. (This article offers a different perspective on choosing just one category or the other.)A reading on the Explanatory Synthesis from Drew University.Here are some guiding questions to keep you on track with your Explanatory Synthesis.VideosChoosing and narrowing a topic for your research essay.Watch VideoNarrowing a Topic and starting your researchDuration: (1:43)User: uviclibraries - Added: 8/7/12YouTube URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ygq2ueYXfW8SupplementalHere is an editing and revising worksheet to help with your writing process.Here are some interactive quizzes to help edit and revise your work:Looking for Sentence FragmentsCorrecting Unparallel Sentence StructureThe Writing Exercises Main page where you can find exercises on everything from commas to word choice to misplaced and dangling modifiers. This is a great place to review before editing an essay.Explanatory Synthesis Submission LinkAssignments submitted through this link will be checked using SafeAssign by Blackboard. Your work will not be used for any purpose other than preventing plagiarism in the University. Ownership of the intellectual property contained in your written work will not be transferred to any third party. Please submit your paper as a Word Document. If you have the 2010 version of Word, please save your paper in a previous version (Word 97-2003 document) as Safe Assign may not accept the most recent version.The Explanatory Synthesis should be two to three pages in length and include at least three of the following articles:?How Does the web Make Youth Feel? Exploring the positive digital native rhetoric??Digital Natives: Rise of the Social Networking Generation??Digital Books for Digital Natives??Debunking the Digital Natives??Are Adult Educators and Learners Digital Immigrants??New Technology, New Methodology: The Digital Native and Digital Immigrants Debate??No More Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants?Include an APA title pageInclude APA in-text citations wherever you reference the text.Include a reference page in APA format.Be objective and avoid using ?I?, ?you?, and ?we?.Argument Synthesis AssignmentReadingsArgument Essays and Ethos, Pathos, and LogosDeciphering an Argument You're ReadingDifferentiating Your Argument From Others'How to Write an Argument Outline and EssayThe Purdue OWL's site dedicated to writing a strong argument essay can be found here.VideosHow to Write a Strong Thesis for your Argument EssayWatch VideoWrite a thesis statement for an argumentative essay--Lesson 2 of 7 (Common Core Standard W.6.1a)Duration: (5:05)User: learnzillionvideo - Added: 10/23/12YouTube URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ep3OHQh7WdAAlways try to appeal to Ethos, Logos, and Pathos in your argument.Watch VideoEthos, Pathos, LogosDuration: (5:45)User: kristadawnprice - Added: 11/10/09YouTube URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAsxyffBqm0SupplementalA great site for researching both sides of a topic is ProCon.org.Using a graphic organizer to keep your ideas and articles organized is very helpful.Read through the sample argument synthesis and if you scroll down towards the end of the page, you will see an unacceptable argument synthesis.Outline for Argument SynthesisAssignments submitted through this link will be checked using SafeAssign by Blackboard. Your work will not be used for any purpose other than preventing plagiarism in the University. Ownership of the intellectual property contained in your written work will not be transferred to any third party. Please submit your paper as a Word Document. If you have the 2010 version of Word, please save your paper in a previous version (Word 97-2003 document) as Safe Assign may not accept the most recent version.Submit your outline for your argument synthesis here.Argument Synthesis Submission LinkAssignments submitted through this link will be checked using SafeAssign by Blackboard. Your work will not be used for any purpose other than preventing plagiarism in the University. Ownership of the intellectual property contained in your written work will not be transferred to any third party. Please submit your paper as a Word Document. If you have the 2010 version of Word, please save your paper in a previous version (Word 97-2003 document) as Safe Assign may not accept the most recent version.The Argument Synthesis should be two to three pages in length and include at least three scholarly sources. Choose one of the following topics and choose one position on the topic:AdvertisingStandardized testingGap year (students taking off one year between high school and college)No Child Left Behind ActGreen energy (solar, wind, water, or another source of your choice)Education and rehabilitation in jailTechnologies impact on children?s social skillsUnhealthy food banned from high schoolsObesityHolistic medicineInclude an APA title pageInclude APA in-text citations wherever you reference the text.Include a reference page in APA format.Be objective and avoid using ?I?, ?you?, and ?we?.Final Research Essay Submission LinkAssignments submitted through this link will be checked using SafeAssign by Blackboard. Your work will not be used for any purpose other than preventing plagiarism in the University. Ownership of the intellectual property contained in your written work will not be transferred to any third party. Please submit your paper as a Word Document. If you have the 2010 version of Word, please save your paper in a previous version (Word 97-2003 document) as Safe Assign may not accept the most recent version.The Research Essay should be four to five pages in length and include at least three scholarly sources. Choose one of the following topics and choose one position on the topic:Art/music therapyHolistic medicineHealthcareEducation reformSocial mediaFree Birth ControlMale/female roles and stereotypesNutritionPlagiarism and cheatingNature versus nurtureInclude an APA title pageInclude APA in-text citations wherever you reference the text.Include a reference page in APA format.Be objective and avoid using ?I?, ?you?, and ?we?.Final Portfolio Submission LinkIntroduction: Write about yourself in a one page, typed, double-spaced introduction. You might want to write about yourself, your family, your history as a student, your goals, your dreams, and your aspirations. Show your best independent writing style and tell your audience something he or she might not necessarily know about you.Three essays with the highest gradesReflections on two lowest assignment grades: (At least two paragraphs per reflection)What was the grade I received?Reflect on three reasons that I received this grade and use text evidence to support this reflection.In this essay, what are my strengths? Use text evidence to support this reflection.In this essay, what are areas in which I need to improve? Recount what those areas are and then provide clear examples from your essay.What concepts/lessons have I learned about essay writing that I did use or should have used in completing this essay?Include an APA title pageInclude APA in-text citations wherever you reference the text.Include a reference page in APA format.Be objective and avoid using ?I?, ?you?, and ?we?.Unit 1.1 DB: ParaphrasingRead through the abstract of " Do First-Year University Students Know What to Expect from Their First-Year Writing Intensive Course?"First, paraphrase the abstract into your own words and include an in-text citation and reference.After writing your initial paraphrase, answer the following questions about your classmates paraphrases: (in a paragraph or more)What is the main idea of the paraphrase?What suggestions can you give to improve the paraphrase?Was the in-text citation correctly written in APA?Was this paraphrase easier to understand than the original passage? Why or why not?Unit 2.1 DB: Artificial IntelligenceAfter reading the articles, answer the following:How has Artificial Intelligence directly affected your life over the past few years? What is your future career? Do you believe that this career can be replaced by Artifical Intellgence? Justify your answer by finding one credible source and using at least one quotation in your response.What are some of the possible consequences of jobs being replaced by Artificial Intelligence?Unit 2.2 DB: Movie CritiqueRead through some movie reviews on a few sites from Roger Ebert, The New York Times, and Yahoo Movies.Then, choose a movie that you have recently watched and write a two paragraph critique of the movie. Remember to be objective (no "I", "we", "you") and include supporting details from the movie to follow your theis describing the positives or negatives of the movie.Unit 3 DB: Digital Natives v Digital ImmigrantsClassify yourself as a digital immigrant or a digital native. Use one credible source to support this claim. Then, answer the following:What is your current age? Does this affect how you classify yourself?If age does not matter in classifying yourself, then what other qualities could help explain why you chose to classify yourself as such?What predictions can you make about digital natives and digital immigrants in the future?Is one group at a disadvantage more than the other? Why?Unit 4 DB: Research Essay IntroductionThe final research essay will be due at the end of Unit 7, but it's always good to get a head start on projects like this.Post your introduction (it should include your thesis statement) for your research essay. You may chose your topic from the following choices: art/music therapy, holistic medicine, health care, education reform, social media, free birth control, male/female roles and stereotypes, nutrition, plagiarism and cheating, nature vs. nurture.After posting, answer the following questions about your classmates' posts:What is the thesis?What position on the topic is the writer taking?What part about the introduction draws you in and makes you want to continue to read the essay? If nothing draws you in, suggest two ways to make the introduction more interesting.What parts of the introduction are missing an in-text citation? (If there is any information that is not common knowledge, make note that this needs to be cited)Unit 5 DB: Developing an ArgumentAfter choosing your position from one of the topics listed in the assignment overview, find two scholarly sources to support your position. In two paragraphs of five to seven sentences, compare and contrast the points in each article to develop your position on the topic.After posting your initial response by Wednesday at midnight, respond to at least two of your classmates by Sunday with the following:Find one scholarly source with an opposing point of view and write one paragraph developing an argument against the original argumentRemember that this argument should be logical, follow APA guidelines with in-text citations and references, and should oppose the arguments of your classmatesThis is not a time to fight about what is right or wrong, but to show how you can argue for or against any topic no matter what you believeUnit 6 DB: Research EssayWrite one paragraph answering the following about your research essay:Why did you choose your topic and narrowed topic?What about your topic will be of interest to your audience? Share one interesting fact that you have found so far to support your thesis. Remember to use an in-text citation and reference.From your research, what is the most surprising fact that you have learned about your topic?What type of information do you still need to find to finish your research essay?What has the hardest part of the research process been so far?After writing your paragraph, respond to two other posts by addressing the following:Using scholarly sources (The Library tab in Blackboard), find one source relevant to your classmates' topic and share the link.After reading the article, write a short paragraph explaining why this source would support their topic.Unit 7 DB: The Revision ProcessAfter writing essays for the past seven weeks, read through the articles on the writing process. Choose one reading to summarize in a short paragraph including an in-text citation and a reference. Then, ask a question at the end of your post about the revision process relating to the readings.Remember to respond to at least two posts by Sunday at midnight.Unit 8 DB: Obedience to AuthorityAfter watching the Stanford Prison Experiment video, choose what role you would rather play in the experiment. Explain the reasoning for your answer. What does this show about your personality related to authority and obedience?Water CoolerThe Water Cooler discussion board is for students to discuss issues related - or not - to the course. Ask questions, offer support, or take a break here. The instructor will NOT regularly monitor this board. If you have questions for your instructor, use the Ask the Instructor discussion board.

 

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