Looking ahead at deadlines

Today, I would like to see a new copy of your research question and topic sentences.

On Tuesday, I would like to see your draft. Turn in whatever you have that day.

By the END of next week, your paper should be taking shape. On that day, you will meet with your team and begin planning your group paper.

That means you have this week and next week to finish your paper. Most likely, you will need to work on your paper a little on evenings and weekends. But we will have today, tomorrow, next Wednesday, and next Thursday in class to work on your papers.

Also: if your group would be willing to present during lunch on March 3, 4 or 5, let me know. This would be beneficial in two ways: 1) by reducing class time on presentations, it could give us an extra day or two (or even three) in the library for reading and researching; 2) there would be a smaller audience, possibly reducing performance anxiety. Talk to your team and let me know.

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