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UNIT 2: INQUIRY-BASED RESEARCH
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What impact do you want to have on your community? What changes do you want
to make in the world to benefit your community? What is a problem in the world
you think needs to be fixed?
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For this unit, your task is to research a current problem or issue in your chosen
discourse community. The discourse community can be the one you wrote about
in Unit 1, or a different one (such as a social group, a neighborhood, a particular
group at City Tech, etc.). The problem/issue should be something that really
matters to you and that you want to spend a significant time working on.
(Remember if you switch discourse communities not to choose something too
broad- not all of New York, for example, but maybe a particular neighborhood in
the Bronx, or a group of gamers.)
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Unit Two Essay Due April 6-by 8 AM!!
Teandra’s Nut Shell Paragraph
Nut shell paragraph
As a class, we will work to help you research the problem thoroughly so that you
have a good idea of what is at the heart of the issue, where the problem really
stems from. Only after you have done that research can you decide who might be
able to impact change on that problem. This will be your audience.
nutshell paragraph
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Your main outcome in this unit will be to write an article that will
make an impact on an issue of importance to your discourse
community.
Mario on Unit #2- First Draft
Carlos Silverio on Homework March 21
2021
You will write in a genre that you think will best reach the audience
who most needs to know about this issue. The idea is to select the
most effective genre of article that you believe will impact your
audience and encourage them to begin making changes toward
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You will write in a genre that you think will best reach the audience
who most needs to know about this issue. The idea is to select the
most effective genre of article that you believe will impact your
audience and encourage them to begin making changes toward
solving this problem. You will decide what publication would best
suit your audience and you will write, as best as you can, in the style
of that publication.
Mario on Homework for March 18-
Police brutality
Carrie Hall on 1 “Bet” you’ll like this.
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It’s important to remember here that you are just looking for the beginnings of
solutions- because my guess is that you’ll be picking difficult problems. If, for
example, it was easy to come up with a solution to the problem of domestic
violence, or racism in the education system, someone would’ve found that solution
by now. This doesn’t mean we don’t keep looking with fresh eyes! But don’t try to
oversimplify- it’s okay to just begin the conversation.
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It’s important to remember here that you are just looking for the beginnings of
solutions, because my guess is that you’ll be picking difficult problems. If, for
example, it was easy to come up with a solution to the problem of domestic
violence, or racism in the education system, someone would’ve found that solution
by now. This doesn’t mean we don’t keep looking with fresh eyes! But don’t try to
oversimplify- it’s okay to just begin the conversation.
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At least 1400 Words.
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
This course is based on the following
course(s):
• Genre & Audience Awareness. Have you written in a genre that will
effectively reach your intended audience? Does your article seem like a
good fit for the publication you’ve chosen? Have you paid attention to your
mentor article to find the features of this style of writing?
Completion and use of research. Did you dig deep in your research and find
relevant and credible sources? Does your research reflect a thorough
understanding of the problem you are trying to impact? How were you able
to integrate this research into your own article and argument?
• Organization and analysis: Is the piece well-organized, with clear, thought-
out points that are backed up by information and explanation?
• Is it convincing? The goal was to convince your audience to begin making a
particular change to benefit your community. Does your article convince
them to do so?
• Sentence-level: Can your reader understand what you are saying without
distraction? Is the writing enjoyable to read?
• At least 1400 Words
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1101 by Carrie Hall, Jacquelyn Blain
STEP 1: Brainstorming a Topic
Find a current problem/issue you’re interested in or passionate about. It is crucial
that you choose something that matters to you and your community , as you will
be spending weeks on this assignment. Brainstorm a few ideas rather than just
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Unit Two Essay Due April 6-by 8 AM!!
UNIT TWO ASSIGNMENT SHEET!
Teandra’s Nut Shell Paragraph
Nut shell paragraph
If you are struggling with this paper, including having enough to say to get to the
word count, I very much suggest you look at
nutshell paragraph
RECENT COMMENTS
Mario on Unit #2- First Draft
Carlos Silverio on Homework March 21
2021
1. Your mentor text- how did they make a long article? How did they find
enough to say? Look to the mentor published author (and the outline you
created) for tips! This can also help you with transitions, organizations and
how to integrate research.
2. THIS PARAGRAPH SLIDESHOW. In the world of publishing and upper-level
academia (junior and senior years), 1400 words is a pretty short article. My
guess is if your article is too short, you are lacking either Information, or
most likely: explanation. Look to this slide show for how to expand. This is
also helpful if you are struggling with organization.
3. On that same note, take a look at this QUOTE SANDWICH HANDOUT
Sandwiches, pie, what do they have in common? They ask you to explain!! If
your paper is too short, it is most likely because you are not summarizing
and explaining your sources! Also handy for everyone to review!
4. The CITY TECH WRITING CENTER. These folks are great. They can help
you with any of your struggles- but make sure to make an appointment in
advance!
Mario on Homework for March 18-
Police brutality
Carrie Hall on I “Bet” you’ll like this.
Carrie Hall on Proposal
COURSE GRADEBOOK
Check Your Grade
You have two options for citing sources. In both cases you will need to make a
bibliography. You can use EasyBib.org for this. The bibliography does NOT count
toward your word count!:
FIND LIBRARY MATERIALS
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Bb Announcements – 2021 Spring Term (1) English Compo…
Hall 1121 Spring 2021 – Writing for the Public
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Test!
Resources for writing your final draft:
Unit Two Essay Due April 6-by 8 AM!!
UNIT TWO ASSIGNMENT SHEET!
Teandra’s Nut Shell Paragraph
Nut shell paragraph
If you are struggling with this paper, including having enough to say to get to the
word count, I very much suggest you look at
nutshell paragraph
RECENT COMMENTS
Mario on Unit #2- First Draft
Carlos Silverio on Homework March 21
2021
1. Your mentor text- how did they make a long article? How did they find
enough to say? Look to the mentor published author (and the outline you
created) for tips! This can also help you with transitions, organizations and
how to integrate research.
2. THIS PARAGRAPH SLIDESHOW. In the world of publishing and upper-level
academia (junior and senior years), 1400 words is a pretty short article. My
guess is if your article is too short, you are lacking either Information, or
most likely: explanation. Look to this slide show for how to expand. This is
also helpful if you are struggling with organization.
3. On that same note, take a look at this QUOTE SANDWICH HANDOUT
Sandwiches, pie, what do they have in common? They ask you to explain!! If
your paper is too short, it is most likely because you are not summarizing
and explaining your sources! Also handy for everyone to review!
4. The CITY TECH WRITING CENTER. These folks are great. They can help
you with any of your struggles- but make sure to make an appointment in
advance!
Mario on Homework for March 18-
Police brutality
Carrie Hall on I “Bet” you’ll like this.
Carrie Hall on Proposal
COURSE GRADEBOOK
Check Your Grade
You have two options for citing sources. In both cases you will need to make a
bibliography. You can use EasyBib.org for this. The bibliography does NOT count
toward your word count!:
FIND LIBRARY MATERIALS
The frat
bu
Thicien
liata

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