Sunday, September 20, 2015

Week#4 - Revising Opinion Essays, Citation, and Chuseok Descriptions Ahoy!

In Class
Monday: In groups of three or four, use the Essay Revision Checklist to help improve each other's essay.

Wednesday:  In groups, continue revising your opinion essays.  Please post any challenges you aren't sure how to fix on the 'Sentence Challenges - Sept. 23' document.
Post your thesis statement to the Class Band.

Assignment: Capturing a Chuseok moment.  At some time during your long weekend, notice a moment that is full of things to describe.  Take a few photos and/or write down at least ten words (not sentences) that describe the what you see, hear, smell, taste, and/or feel (physically and emotionall).

Proper Citation / Avoiding Plagiarism


Phrasal Verbs
Phrasal verbs can be transitive or intransitive.
Transitive phrasal verbs have a direct object. Intransitive phrasal verbs have no direct object.
Transitive: You need to fill out this form to register for the course.
Intransitive:  woke up at 10:30 AM.
Transitive phrasal verbs can be separable or inseparable.
Please turn off the TV.   Please turn the TV off.
I’ll look after your dog while you’re on vacation.                 
 look your dog after while you’re on vacation – INCORRECT

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