November 5, 2009 Archives
For this paragraph, I'm leaving the topic fairly open, but I want to encourage you to explore an argument by opposing it.
You may write yet another counter-argument to a claim you made in P8 or P9. You may use this paragraph to oppose an argument you made in Paper 3. You may oppose an argument you made in your most recent ILP draft. You may oppose an argument you read in a peer's paper.
Just be sure not to fall into the "some people say" problem. Tie your observations to a specific incident. You may refer, for example, to something somebody said in class (about the liberal arts, the difference between high school and college, etc.), or something you read while reviewing a peer's paper.
Ryan Murray on P7: Correct a Misconception: What is the topic of this assignment?
Dennis G. Jerz on Individual Learning Plan: Nathan, look on the day the assignment was actuall
Nathan Bennett on Individual Learning Plan: I can't see anymore of the instructions for this a