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- Write a 100â€“200 word summary of Gerald Graffâ€™s â€œHidden Intellectualismâ€ (They Say/I Say, p. 198)
- Your summary should employ one of the templates for introducing summaries in yourThey Say/I Say textbook
- In addition to your summary, explain why you agree or disagree with Graffâ€™s assertions
- Here are a few points for writing a summary
- In the first sentence, mention the title, author, and the essayâ€™s main idea or thesis
- Be objective and use the third person â€œhe/she/theyâ€ point of view
- Focus on the text and not your own ideas
- Put the summary in your own words
- If you do use a small quotation, put it in quotes and give the page number in parentheses
- Limit your summary to the key points
Write a 250â€“500 word research topic proposal.
This topic will form the basis of your research paper for this class, so please pick carefully. All topics must receive final approval from the instructor.
In your proposal
- Mention the narrow topic you are interested in
- Explain why you are interested in this particular topic
- Discuss questions about the topic you would like to answer
Read â€œDonâ€™t Blame the Eaterâ€ They Say/I Say (p. 195) then write a paragraph responding in some way to his essay.
- Make sure to summarize and/or quote some of the authorâ€™s ideas and make clear whether you are agreeing, disagreeing, or both
- See the templates in They Say/I Say for help getting started. Chapters 1â€“3 contain templates that will help you represent other peopleâ€™s ideas and Chapter 4 contains a template to get you started quickly
ARTICLE : https://teacherweb.com/TN/CordovaHighSchool/JChappell/Dont-Blame-the-Eater.pdf