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 Keep in mind that this, as before, is a '​progress assignment'​. If you've only just started to write, then your ideas will still be in formation. I don't expect you to have the best version of your ideas at this stage. I do expect you to keep pushing yourself, and I'll be looking at where I can give you a boost. Mainly I'm looking for a plan that brings together your evidence and your interpretation of that evidence in a logical way. You don't have to stick to this plan if your thinking changes. By forcing you to turn something in now, I am  hoping to get you started on the writing process. Keep in mind that this, as before, is a '​progress assignment'​. If you've only just started to write, then your ideas will still be in formation. I don't expect you to have the best version of your ideas at this stage. I do expect you to keep pushing yourself, and I'll be looking at where I can give you a boost. Mainly I'm looking for a plan that brings together your evidence and your interpretation of that evidence in a logical way. You don't have to stick to this plan if your thinking changes. By forcing you to turn something in now, I am  hoping to get you started on the writing process.
  
-I'd still appreciate it if you would format your writing in a readable way. If you write prose, make sure your prose is readable. You don't have to use complete sentences, but I think it helps. You do have to spellcheck and proofread your writing. Use the [[Documents with style|classic format for all written work]]. Put your name and the date on your work. +I'd still appreciate it if you would format your writing in a readable way. If you write prose, make sure your prose is readable. You don't have to use complete sentences, but I think it helps. You do have to spellcheck and proofread your writing. Use the [[the_quest:​documents_with_style|classic format for all written work]]. Put your name and the date on your work. 
  
 You should upload a file with your thesis statement and outline to the Blackboard dropbox for this assignment by 2 May at 11:59 p.m. Read the instructions on submitting your work carefully. ​ You should upload a file with your thesis statement and outline to the Blackboard dropbox for this assignment by 2 May at 11:59 p.m. Read the instructions on submitting your work carefully. ​
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 * {{:​essay.plan.chklist.2015.pdf|A checklist for planning the first draft}} * {{:​essay.plan.chklist.2015.pdf|A checklist for planning the first draft}}
 * {{:​feedback.form.2015.pdf|A form for giving '​mirroring feedback'​}} * {{:​feedback.form.2015.pdf|A form for giving '​mirroring feedback'​}}
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