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English 101: from a Chicano/a Perspective. September 7. Today. Borderlands Paragraphs Insourcing Google “ purdue owl mla ” or easy bib. Don’t be a Hit-and-run quoter.

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today
Today
  • Borderlands
  • Paragraphs
  • Insourcing
  • Google “purdue owl mla” or easy bib
don t be a hit and run quoter
Don’t be a Hit-and-run quoter

Susan Bordo writes about women and dieting. “Fiji is just one example. Until television was introduced in1995, the islands had no reported cases of eating disorders. In 1998, three years after programs from the United States and Britain began broadcasting there, 62 percent of the girls surveyed reported dieting.”

I think Bordo is right. Another point Bordo makes is that….

templates for introducing quotations
Templates For Introducing Quotations
  • X states, “________”.
  • As the prominent philosopher X puts it, “________”.
  • According to X, “________”.
  • X himself writes “________”.
  • In her book, ________, X maintains that “________”.
  • In his article, “We Owe History,” Chicano scholar Rodolfo Acuna argues that the term Chicano functions “as an oppositional term that encourages skepticism of established paradigms and societal inequalities” (3).
  • Writing in the journal Commentary, X complains that “______”.
  • In X’s view, “________”.
  • X agrees when she writes, “________”.
  • X disagrees when he writes, “________”.
  • X complicates matters further when she writes, “________”.
templates for explaining quotations
Templates For Explaining Quotations
  • Basically, X is saying ________
  • In other words, X believes ________
  • In making this comment, X argues that ________
  • X is insisting that ________
  • X’s point is that ________
  • The essence of X’s arguments is that ________ 
find your tentative thesis
Find Your tentative Thesis
  • May answer: how do Chicano/as and Latinos respond to their social and cultural conditions?
  • The word ‘Chicano’ is important because….
  • The article reports that Mexican-Americans respond by …
  • The term is Hispanic should not be used because…
templates for introducing quotations1
Templates For Introducing Quotations
  • X states, “________”.
  • As the prominent philosopher X puts it, “________”.
  • According to X, “________”.
  • X himself writes “________”.
  • In her book, ________, X maintains that “________”.
  • In his article, “We Owe History,” Chicano scholar Rodolfo Acuna argues that the term Chicano functions “as an oppositional term that encourages skepticism of established paradigms and societal inequalities” (3).
  • Writing in the journal Commentary, X complains that “______”.
  • In X’s view, “________”.
  • X agrees when she writes, “________”.
  • X disagrees when he writes, “________”.
  • X complicates matters further when she writes, “________”.
class business
Class business
  • Communicating with me
    • ID yourself!
    • Email
    • phone
  • The Blog
  • Participation and Preparation Self-Assessment
  • Text/Handouts
  • Calendar Review
homework
Homework
  • Do what’s indicated on the calendar
  • Revise your paragraphs for focus (give them topic sentences) and add one more paragraph.