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Kim Grewe's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Laura Shulman
04:21:40
Kim, Religion prof who requires writing, but does NOT teach it
Deborah
04:32:12
We are still looking at a student's paper
Laura Shulman
04:32:25
are we supposed to be seeing the directions you are reading?
Martin Bredeck
04:33:11
That's better
Kim Grewe
04:40:44
The "most truth" sounds like a good thesis statement. šŸ˜€
Kim Grewe
04:42:21
I sure would enjoy reading those types of papers.
Kim Grewe
04:43:23
How is source summarizing different from what students do in their annotated bibliographies in traditional English courses?
Karen Bushaw-Newton
04:44:54
Where are the sources from? Primary Lit, Secondary Lit, anything written?
Kim Grewe
04:45:13
Thank you. Helpful.
Kim Grewe
04:45:55
You also have a more concrete and specific way to incorporate the research.
Deborah
04:46:21
Is this a semester long project with several assignments?
Kim Grewe
04:47:20
@Deborah, we'll get to your question too. Thank you.
Laura Shulman
04:52:19
How long (pages/word count) are these papers? It seems they would be rather lengthy and major course assignment.
Thales RebouƧas
04:52:52
Are these papers from 100 or 200 classes?
Laura Shulman
04:56:59
do you have a grading rubic for this sort of writing/paper?
Laura Shulman
05:01:33
are these examples typical of your students? These seem to be from A students. What sort of papers do you get from your C students?
Kim Grewe
05:04:07
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MAGGIE - MSTB Alexandria
05:07:18
great presentation
Deborah
05:07:50
Thanks.
Laura Shulman
05:08:38
I might call this analytical thinking
Alexander Bohn
05:09:03
Thanks, Art! Look for an email from me requesting those resources you mentioned!
Thales RebouƧas
05:09:30
Amazing excerpts! Thank you for your presentation and tips.
Nina Lord
05:09:41
Thank you!
Kim Grewe
05:10:11
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