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The essay is positioned to investigate your understanding of the material you have researched and studied throughout the term. As instructed in your introduction to this class, the goal is to push you to think about ideas in the text and to read with the intention of understanding, evaluating, and using the ideas presented.
Reading this passage passively, with the intention to learn what is written, would allow you to answer some types of questions about it. For example, if I asked you what the slithy toves did when it was brillig, you would be able to tell me that they gyred and gimbled. Where did they gyre and gimble? In the wabe. Note that it is possible to memorize this whole passage without understanding it; that is, without gaining the ability to answer questions such as: Why did the slithy toves gyre and gimble? What is the difference between gyring and a gimbling? What does mimsy mean?
In other words, to think is to question. Thus, you should generate many questions about the text while reading it thoughtfully. Your consistent application of critical thinking and note taking will bode well for you as you prepare your essay. For example, you might ask questions like:
After completing each chapter, read over your questions. When it comes time to write your essay, review your questions and select three questions that seem most interesting to you (and which you will be able to answer according to the questions below).
Spend time to find the ‘best fit’ between your questions and the themes provided.
You will elaborate on your questions in the form of an essay. Please familiarize yourself with the marking rubric provided below. Following APA style and formatting, please use headers to clearly distinguish between each question.
Submission Requirements: Follow the APA style and formatting document submission guidelines.
Format: Title Page/Body/Reference List
Introduction and Conclusion tying three questions together
Font: Times New Roman, 12-point, double-spaced
Headings: Appropriate use of levels of headings and page numbers
Length: 2500 words (plus or minus 100 words)
Resources: In addition to the text, you must also use a minimum of six (6) peer-reviewed articles from scholarly journals (i.e., two articles per essay question)
The essay will be properly edited and proofread
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