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Justice and Deliberation: Analysis of a Body of Literature

Justice and Deliberation: Analysis of a Body of Literature

Author: Tara Neely
Description:

 

  • Students will write an essay that defines and supports their specific synthesis of the literature.
  • It will be a process writing experience with multiple drafts and research.

As the final step to the Justice and Deliberation Unit. There are several expectations of what you must have completed before beginning this final tutorial. 

Students are expected to:

1. Have read the literature outlined in the other tutorials (including The Crucible).

2. Have complete the Batman Begins study Guide for not only Batman but the other pieces as well with complete information. Textual evidence, examples, etc. 

3. Have begun researching information or topic direction. 

If you have not complete the above you may NOT begin this process tutorial until you are caught up. 

 

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Tutorial

As the final step to the Justice and Deliberation Unit. There are several expectations of what you must have completed before beginning this final tutorial.

 

 

Students are expected to:

1. Have read the literature outlined in the other tutorials (including The Crucible).

2. Have complete the Batman Begins study Guide for not only Batman but the other pieces as well with complete information. Textual evidence, examples, etc. 

3. Have begun researching information or topic direction. 

If you have not completed the above you may NOT begin this process tutorial until you are caught up. 

 

Source: created by Tara Neely

Step One: Brainstorming/Method

"The Method" is a way of actively looking at the world around you. "The Method" is a means of analysis and connection. Often times, we as teachers tell you to analyze something but how often do we show you how? Well, that is what I hope to do here. 

Use "The Method" handout to synthesize the information on your Batman Study Guide. Find the motif that connects the literature of our unit. 

Source: Writing Analytically: by David Rosenwasser & Jill Stephen

Step One: Activity Sheet

Use this handout (paper copy in student center) to synthesize your notes to find a topic.

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Source: Writing Analytically: by David Rosenwasser & Jill Stephen

Once you have completed "The Method" move on to the next Tutorials

My expectation is that you will have previewed and learned the information presented in this learning Playlist. Included are the ideas needed to either refresh your writing knowledge or to teach you it again.  

Once you have completed the Choosing a Topic tutorial, you must complete the process described and come prepared with it to class on Monday. Then, the expectation is that you continue on to the other two tutorials.

Please take notes! With out the notes credit for the process will not be awarded.

Source: Created by Tara Neely