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Instructions for short paper assignments
* Papers should be 2-3 pages in length. The paper is your reaction to, your analysis of, or your critique of any of the reading assignments. You may bring in other materials and cite other sources, but the core of the paper should be a discussion of some part of the reading for that day.
* The reading assignment you will be reacting to is the reading assignment due for that day.
* You may use my reading questions as a guide, but you can feel free to ignore my reading questions and react in writing in any way that you want.
* These paper assignments are short, so you donít need to bother with the formalities of an introduction, a main body and a conclusion. Get right to the point.
* Use whatever citation system makes sense; as long as I can figure out what the sources are, that is OK.
* You turn in papers whenever you want, in any class where there is a reading assignment.
* Papers are due before 4:30P Pacific Time, that is before the start of the class for which the reading was due. In order to get credit for the paper you also must participate in class and contribute something to the discussion.
* Upload your paper to Canvas, in MS Word or Adobe PDF formats. Upload your first paper to the Canvas>Assignments>Paper 1. Upload your second paper to Canvas>Assignments>Paper 2. If you choose to submit more than 2 papers, you can submit them to Canvas>Assignments>Extra papers