Thursday, February 07, 2008

Day 22

Lesson Plan Day 22


 

  1. Essays back tomorrow for 930 and 1030. Essays back Monday for 1130—I'll make it up to you.
  2. H2A Guest Workers
  3. No Degree, No Way Back
  4. U-Make Quiz—Due Monday—Quiz Tuesday
    1. In groups of five
      1. America and Free Trade
      2. The Untouchables
      3. The Quiet Crisis
      4. The Right Stuff
      5. This is Not a Test
        1. Five t/f questions
        2. Five multiple choice
        3. Five fill in the blank
        4. No repeats
    2. I'll pick the best from both classes and the quiz will be Tuesday


       

  5. Reading Homework


     

    1. Feb 8th: The Untouchables
    2. Feb 9th: The Right Stuff
    3. Feb 10th: The Quiet Crisis
    4. Feb 11th: This is Not a Test
    5. Feb 12th: Quiz
    6. Feb 13th: How Companies Cope
    7. Feb 14th: The Unflat World
    8. Feb 15th: 11/9 versus 9/11
  6. List of quotes related to your topic from Friedman –2.15
  7. Outline—2.19
  8. Rough Draft—2.20

Draft 2—2.26

4 comments:

eesirock said...

I actually did better on the first essay than I thought. I don't think I came up with very good qestions today because I had to do one of the sections I haven't read yet. So hopefully if they are put on the test, everyone will be able to answer them.

yvccstudent said...

It seems like all through 101 and now 102 that on some papers i feel really strong about and others not so good, but yet i get pretty much the same grade every time.

English 102 student said...

I didnt get the best grade either. As you know Mr. P. will let you rewrite one of your papers. Have you ever went to his office and had a "sit down" one to one? It has helped me greatly, finding gray areas and define the direction I'm attempting to write about. As far as the questions yesterday,
......easy, simple, common.
Were all in this together!!!!!!

Sno_Angel said...

I did better on this essay,
Thank God!!!
I started out hating this book, it was so boring and it was running on the premise that I had some understanding of economics and business, (which I did not). But the more I read, the more that it made sense and the more interested I became. The world is becoming flat and it will do no good to stick my head in the sand and pretend otherwise.
I have chosen a career that I think will be safe in the New Flat World. It is not in Science or in Business, but a face to face specialized job that can not be outsourced and that there will always be a need for. Wish me luck!