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1 10/15/14 Freshman Compensation

2 Opportunity to Voice Your Opinion Florida State will be conducting a two day study of Valencia and would like to speak with students about the need for developmental education Students will receive a $25 gift card for participating, plus they are able to voice their opinions about the need for developmental education. The focus group will take place on Tuesday Oct. 21, 1-2pm 2:15-3:15pm 3:30-4:30pm Location: West, Special events center (Building 8) Students will get a phone call reminder on Monday night Oct. 20.

3 What to Expect Pass out Graded Assignments Pass out and Go Over Works Cited Partner Activity – Clarify Correct Answers Complete Additional MLA citation practice exercise Peer Review of Draft of Definition Essay on Courage

4 Go Over Works Cited Partner Activity – Clarify Correct Answers

5 Issue 1: Citing sources with two authors Two or Three Authors: Rule: Format: First listed author's name, last name first, next listed author's name(s) in normal form. Full book title (italics). City of publication: Publisher's name, year of publication. Print. Preziosi, Donald and Louise A. Hitchcock. Aegean Art and Architecture. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999.Print

6 Issue 2: Citing sources with editor rather than author RULE: Format: If there is an editor rather than an author, list the editor first. EXAMPLE: Paula, Byers K., ed. Encyclopedia of World Biography. Detroit: Gale Research, Print. Finley, M.I., ed. Atlas of Classical Archaeology. New York: McGraw- Hill, Print.

7 Issue 3: Citing magazine article with two authors RULE: Format: Author's name, last name first. "Article title". Publication title (Italics). Date of publication: page numbers. Print. Daly, Devin. "Sources of Disgust." Newsweek. 12 Nov. 2009: Print. Bertelsen, Ann and Daniel Gregory. “Palo Alto Idea House.” Sunset. Sept Print.

8 Issue 4: Citing journal article with multiple authors RULE: Format: The most basic entry for a journal consists of the author name(s), article title, journal name, volume number, year published, page numbers, and medium. Last Name, First Name. "Article Title." Journal Name Volume Number(Year Published): Page Numbers. Medium. Rich, Tina, Rachel L. Allen and Andrew H. Wylie. “Defying death after DNA damage.” Nature 407 (2000): Print.

9 Issue 5: Citing a Wiki RULE: Wikipedia MLA Citation Template “Article Title.” Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., date last updated (DD Month YYYY). Web. Date accessed (DD Month YYYY). (URL is optional) “Amaranth.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikipedia Foundation. 5 Jan Web. 10 Jan 2014

10 Issue 6: Citing a Film RULE: The Social Network. Dir. David Fincher. Perfs. Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield and Justin Timberlake. Columbia Pictures, Film.

11 More Practice – Pass out MLA Citation Resource Complete Works Cited Practice Activity

12 Exchange with Partner -Works Cited Practice Activity Go over answers

13 Take a look at Your Works Cited Page in Your Definition Essay Make any corrections in pencil or pen, based on your additional understanding of MLA

14 Determining Credibility of Sources (Online)

15 Why is it Important to Evaluate Credibility?

16 When a writer uses a book or published article as a source in a research paper, there are not many questions to ask about the credibility of that source. Many editors have gone through the evaluation process before publication. Using books and the library databases as your first line of research options is a good strategy. The Web, however, is different. Anyone can put any information on the Web, and sometimes information looks more credible at first glance than it is on closer inspection. Ask yourself, "Is this source credible?" every time you choose a Web source. This is especially true of sources with no author or organizational affiliation. You will likely have to navigate to the homepage of the site to judge its credibility

17 Determining Credibility of Online Sources Checklists available: ducation/evaluating-web-sites-checklist-form.pdf

18 Determining Credibility of Online Sources How do you determine if a source is credible? You can evaluate the reliability and scholarship of information you find both online and in print by using these guidelines: URL Authorship Publisher Accuracy and objectivity Timeliness Sponsorship

19 Pass out Handouts on Determining Credibility of Online Sources including Sample Checklist

20 Determining Credibility of Online Sources Guidelines What is the URL?

21 Determining Credibility of Online Sources Guidelines Who is the Author?

22 Determining Credibility of Online Sources

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25 Guidelines Sites that appear to be news media but aren't Examiner.com - the content is by amateur writers and lacks editorial oversight (not to be confused with the San Francisco Examiner) (see 1, 2, 3) Examiner.comSan Francisco Examiner 123 Associated Content (not to be confused with the Associated Press) Associated ContentAssociated Press Articlesnatch.com The Onion - in a few high profile incidents this satirical news site was mistaken for news media by non-English countries The Onion

26 Determining Credibility of Online Sources Guidelines Scholarly journals Scholarly journals are normally reliable sources, but some journals have a reputation for bias or unreliability. QuackWatch has a list of non-recommended periodicals, however, a short list of journals which should be used with extreme caution include:QuackWatchlist of non-recommended periodicals Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons (JPandS), publishes from an unscientific, right-wing viewpoint Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons Rivista di Biologia, edited by Giuseppe Sermonti, noted for publishing fringe theories Rivista di BiologiaGiuseppe Sermontinoted Medical Hypotheses, non-peer reviewed and known for unscientific content Medical Hypotheses Energy & Environment, edited by and published in by climate change skeptics Energy & Environment Medical Veritas: The Journal of Medical Truth, published by Medical Veritas International Inc., listed by Quackwatch as a "questionable organization".[1] Medical Veritas[1] Mankind Quarterly

27 Credibility Practice Let’s practice determining whether the sources on the next series of slides are credible. Topic: Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa

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30 Source 2 _Lisa_in_the_Walters_Art_Museum_

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35 Source 4 researchers-work-find-woman-behind-famous-painting-n researchers-work-find-woman-behind-famous-painting-n93491

36 Source 4 (continued) /science-news/mona-lisa- researchers-work-find-woman- behind-famous-painting-n /science-news/mona-lisa- researchers-work-find-woman- behind-famous-painting-n93491

37 Source 5 https://answers.yahoo.com/ question/index?qid=

38 Pass Out and Review Lessons Learned on Descriptive Essays

39 The Guitarist - Picasso Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railway by Paul Collins

40 1925 Los Angeles by Leonardo Afremov At Eternity’s Gate Van Gogh

41 1925 Los Angeles by Leonardo Afremov Gettysburg – Paul Philippoteaux

42 Dances by Arthur Bowen Davies

43 Alfred Eisenstaedt's Day in Times Square V-Day 1945 Cover of Album Dosage by Collective Soul

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52 Cool Titles The Intellectual Primate Life in the Early World I Walk A Lonely Road Pieces of Who I Am Nature is Our Mother The Freedom Warrior This Poor Soul A Land of Tomorrow The Escape

53 Great Opening Lines Have you ever been in a place where you are different from everyone else and feel as if you don’t belong there?....Looking at two children holding hands can be interpreted many different ways in the early 1900s. How smart are primates compared to humans? At what rate is their intellect increasing? What kind of art do you consider old? The barren leaves plummet one by one without muttering a word each time they drop into the pool of utter emptiness. People walk by ignoring me, turning their heads the other way just so they do not have to face me. All I am asking for is love; to be noticed and nurtured, but I just cannot seem to get anyone’s attention no matter how much effort I put into it. …… Have you ever seen an image that is so unique it makes you want to question its meaning more deeply?

54 Great Opening Lines When you look at a person from the outside, you see nothing but what they want you to see. No one will ever see the true person unless that person allows them to.. Who are the culprits who left this polar bear and its cub on a sheet of ice and snow in the middle of the ice-cold ocean? What happens to us when we die? Imagine the stench of cannon sulfur mixed with the smell of rotting flesh!

55 Lessons Put title of painting in quotation marks: "Still Life with Geraniums" (Matisse, 1910) is one of the most exquisite artisan paintings. When considering the title of your essay, don’t simply use the title of the painting – tie the title into the meaning you feel the work conveys

56 Lessons – Common Errors Sentence Fragments

57 Andre practiced jump shots to impress Coach Nelson. A sentence must have a subject, verb, and complete thought. Andre = subject, practiced = verb, and the thought = complete, so you have a sentence. Andre = subject, practiced = verb, and the thought = complete, so you have a sentence.

58 Andre spinning the ball to show off his skills. Recognize a fragment when you see one. And spun the ball to show off his skills.As Andre spun the ball to show off his skills. Andre spun the ball to show off his skills. Spinning ≠ a verb, so you have a fragment ! Spinning ≠ a verb, so you have a fragment ! Now there’s no subject, so you still have a fragment. Now there’s no subject, so you still have a fragment. Yikes ! Now the thought is not complete! Yikes ! Now the thought is not complete! Finally ! A subject, a verb, and a complete thought! Finally ! A subject, a verb, and a complete thought!

59 Recognize fused sentences and comma splices. Andre sank a perfect basket from half court unfortunately the coach’s back was turned. Andre sank a perfect basket from half court, unfortunately the coach’s back was turned. You cannot run together two sentences with no punctuation! You cannot run together two sentences with no punctuation! You cannot join two sentences with a comma ! You cannot join two sentences with a comma ! Andre sank a perfect basket from half court unfortunately the coach’s back was turned. Andre sank a perfect basket from half court, unfortunately the coach’s back was turned.

60 Fix the error with a period and a capital letter. Andre sank a perfect basket from half court unfortunately the coach’s back was turned. Swish goes the period ! Swish goes the period ! Andre sank a perfect basket from half court. Unfortunately, the coach’s back was turned.

61 Fix the error with a comma and a coordinating conjunction. Andre sank a perfect basket from half court unfortunately the coach’s back was turned. Be my FANBOYS — for, and, nor, but, or, yet, and so. Be my FANBOYS — for, and, nor, but, or, yet, and so. Andre sank a perfect basket from half court, but the coach’s back was turned.

62 Fix the error with a semicolon. Andre sank a perfect basket from half court unfortunately the coach’s back was turned. Use the semicolon sparingly — 3 to 4 times per essay, max. Use the semicolon sparingly — 3 to 4 times per essay, max. Andre sank a perfect basket from half court; unfortunately, the coach’s back was turned.

63 Fix the error with a subordinate conjunction. Andre sank a perfect basket from half court unfortunately the coach’s back was turned. Reduce one of the two clauses to an incomplete thought. Reduce one of the two clauses to an incomplete thought. Andre sank a perfect basket from half court after the coach’s back was turned.

64 Let’s Practice

65 Which one is Fragment? A Maria wasn't watching her plate of barbecue very carefully. B So Santana, the family beagle, snatched a chicken leg hanging over the edge. C As baked beans and potato salad slid onto Maria's new sandals.

66 Fragment and Fix C As baked beans and potato salad slid onto Maria's new sandals. How to Fix It: Maria wasn't watching her plate of barbecue very carefully so Santana, the family beagle, snatched a chicken leg hanging over the edge. Baked beans and potato salad slid onto Maria's new sandals.

67 Which one is Fragment? A Ever since Andre peeked at Melissa's paper during the biology exam. B Guilt has consumed him. C Even the blueberries floating in his cereal bowl seem like the accusing eyes of Dr. Gregory, his microbiology instructor.

68 Fragment and Fix A Ever since Andre peeked at Melissa's paper during the biology exam. How to Fix It: Ever since Andre peeked at Melissa's paper during the biology exam, guilt has consumed him.

69 Which one is Fragment? A James opened the door of his cluttered refrigerator. B Which caused a pint of blueberries to fall to the floor. C The fruit bounced and rolled everywhere in an explosion of indigo.

70 Fragment and Fix B Which caused a pint of blueberries to fall to the floor. How to Fix It: James opened the door of his cluttered refrigerator which caused a pint of blueberries to fall to the floor.

71 Fragment and Fix C But was too shy to raise her hand and volunteer an answer. She understood the fragment practice that Mrs. Markham was going over in class but was too shy to raise her hand and volunteer an answer.

72 Which one is Fragment? A Head down, Lela stared at the textbook on her desk. B She understood the fragment practice that Mrs. Markham was going over in class. C But was too shy to raise her hand and volunteer an answer.

73 Complete Practice Exercise on Fragments, Comma Splices and Fused Sentences

74 Exchange with a Partner and grade Completed Practice Exercise on Fragments, Comma Splices and Fused Sentences

75 Item 1 The dogs drooled while we ate slices of hot pizza but the cat feigned nonchalance even though we knew that she wanted a pepperoni. A.drooled. While B.pizza, but C.nonchalance. Even D.No change is necessary. The dogs drooled while we ate slices of hot A pizza but the cat feigned nonchalance even B C though we knew that she wanted a pepperoni. A.drooled. While B.pizza, but C.nonchalance. Even D.No change is necessary. The dogs drooled while we ate slices of hot A pizza but the cat feigned nonchalance even B C though we knew that she wanted a pepperoni. A.drooled. While B.pizza, but C.nonchalance. Even D.No change is necessary.

76 Mary Ellen screamed, her roommate’s pet tarantula crawled out of the bag of popcorn. A.screamed her B.screamed; because, her C.screamed as her D.No change is necessary. Item 2 Mary Ellen screamed, her roommate’s pet tarantula crawled out of the bag of popcorn. A.screamed her B.screamed; because, her C.screamed as her D.No change is necessary. Mary Ellen screamed, her roommate’s pet tarantula crawled out of the bag of popcorn. A.screamed her B.screamed; because, her C.screamed as her D.No change is necessary.

77 Item 3 Running late with dinner, Elizabeth fussed with seasonings and wiped spots off the glasses. While the family stared at their empty plates. A.dinner; Elizabeth B.seasonings, and C.glasses while D.No change is necessary. Running late with dinner, Elizabeth fussed with A seasonings and wiped spots off the B glasses. While the family stared at their empty Cplates. A.dinner; Elizabeth B.seasonings, and C.glasses while D.No change is necessary. Running late with dinner, Elizabeth fussed with A seasonings and wiped spots off the B glasses. While the family stared at their empty Cplates. A.dinner; Elizabeth B.seasonings, and C.glasses while D.No change is necessary.

78 Everyone scrambled off the lakeside patio. When the 10-foot alligator lumbered onto shore. A.patio when B.patio; when C.patio, when D.No change is necessary. Item 4 Everyone scrambled off the lakeside patio. When the 10-foot alligator lumbered onto shore. A.patio when B.patio; when C.patio, when D.No change is necessary. Everyone scrambled off the lakeside patio. When the 10-foot alligator lumbered onto shore. A.patio when B.patio; when C.patio, when D.No change is necessary.

79 Item 5 The glass of iced tea promised thirst-quenching refreshment Roseanne, however, had to beat Maria to the refrigerator as they raced through the front door. A.refreshment. Roseanne B.however; had C.refrigerator; as D.No change is necessary. The glass of iced tea promised thirst-quenching refreshment Roseanne, however, had to beat A B Maria to the refrigerator as they raced through C the front door. A.refreshment. Roseanne B.however; had C.refrigerator; as D.No change is necessary. The glass of iced tea promised thirst-quenching refreshment Roseanne, however, had to beat A B Maria to the refrigerator as they raced through C the front door. A.refreshment. Roseanne B.however; had C.refrigerator; as D.No change is necessary.

80 Warren wanted to make a good impression on Melody but the soda explosion that soaked his shirt ruined their first meeting. A.Melody; but, the B.Melody; however, the C.Melody, however, the D.No change is necessary. Item 6 Warren wanted to make a good impression on Melody but the soda explosion that soaked his shirt ruined their first meeting. A.Melody; but, the B.Melody; however, the C.Melody, however, the D.No change is necessary. Warren wanted to make a good impression on Melody but the soda explosion that soaked his shirt ruined their first meeting. A.Melody; but, the B.Melody; however, the C.Melody, however, the D.No change is necessary.

81 Item 7 Because of the hot sun, ice cream ran down the cone and coated Randall’s fingers, his tongue couldn’t keep up couldn’t keep up. A.sun; ice cream B.cone, and C.fingers, for his D.No change is necessary. Because of the hot sun, ice cream ran down the A cone and coated Randall’s fingers, his tongue B C couldn’t keep up couldn’t keep up. A.sun; ice cream B.cone, and C.fingers, for his D.No change is necessary. Because of the hot sun, ice cream ran down the A cone and coated Randall’s fingers, his tongue B C couldn’t keep up couldn’t keep up. A.sun; ice cream B.cone, and C.fingers, for his D.No change is necessary.

82 Item 8 Wanda took a deep breath and got ready to yell. Because Paul was about to explain why his half of the rent would be late again. A.yell, because B.yell because C.yell for D.No change is necessary. Wanda took a deep breath and got ready to yell. Because Paul was about to explain why his half of the rent would be late again. A.yell, because B.yell because C.yell for D.No change is necessary. Wanda took a deep breath and got ready to yell. Because Paul was about to explain why his half of the rent would be late again. A.yell, because B.yell because C.yell for D.No change is necessary.

83 Item 9 After Simon bought roses for Emily, he spotted Derek’s car in her driveway and realized that this gesture would not repair the relationship or win back her love. A.Emily. he B.driveway. And C.relationship; or D.No change is necessary. After Simon bought roses for Emily, he spotted A Derek’s car in her driveway and realized that this B gesture would not repair the relationship or win C back her love. A.Emily. he B.driveway. And C.relationship; or D.No change is necessary. After Simon bought roses for Emily, he spotted A Derek’s car in her driveway and realized that this B gesture would not repair the relationship or win C back her love. A.Emily. he B.driveway. And C.relationship; or D.No change is necessary.

84 Item 10 Since Larry had studied for hours; he was relieved to find a big red A at the top of his grammar quiz. A.hours he B.hours. He C.hours, he D.No change is necessary. Since Larry had studied for hours; he was relieved to find a big red A at the top of his grammar quiz. A.hours he B.hours. He C.hours, he D.No change is necessary. Since Larry had studied for hours; he was relieved to find a big red A at the top of his grammar quiz. A.hours he B.hours. He C.hours, he D.No change is necessary.

85 Peer Review – Definition Essay

86 Peer Assignments Peer Devon UnterbrinkLindsie Landrigan Julian ScottNicole Mackey Greggory MadaffariNicholas Ronan Daniel HerreraJose Mejia Piovesan Greggory MadaffariSanquanita Jones Erica HaroldKe Xu Isabel TorresJaime Williams Dia SheltonAndrew Tyler Krystin WatkinsMartin Mejia Piovesan Daniel BoydAlan Zamudio Martin Mejia PiovesanAntonio Parkinson Ryan GrimesAngelol Dorcena

87 Examples of Citations "Courage." Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com, n.d. Web. 13 Oct

88 Examples of Citations

89 What do I need for the cite? 1 Word you looked up (this is same as title of article” 2 Name of Website 3 Date (in this case n.d.) 4 Medium (Web) 5 Date you accessed site

90 Citing Courage Quotes by Others 1 Author of Quote (this is same as title of article” 2 Name of Website 4 Date (in this case n.d.) 5 Medium (Web) 6 Date you accessed site 3 Publishing Org (Xplore)

91 Citing Courage Quotes by Others

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93 Citing Courage Quotes by Others

94 Homework Complete Final Draft of Definition Essay Make packet including Rough Draft Peer Review Sheet Summary of Changes You Made Final Draft

95 Read 75 Readings Plus Comparison and Contrast Bruce Catton “Grant and Lee: A Study in Contrasts” Mark Twain’s “Two Views of Mississippi” Suzanne Britt “Neat People vs. Sloppy People” Bharati Mukherjee “Two Ways to Belong in America”


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