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Weekly Reader q1 2012

Weekly Reader q1 2012

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Weekly Reader: Boost Your Background Knowledge!
Each week, you will read, take notes on, and reflect on an article or program using the AR-C in order to build your knowledge about the world and practice those writing skills.Each article or program should be cited using MLA format (use CitationMachine.net) .Use a tool to help you cite correctly: citationmachine.net or easybib.comWeeks 1 and 2Due 9/12Due 9/19Listen to a program on National Public Radio (either on the radio at90.7 FM or online at
Take notes in your composition book. Use the AR-C to write a question, and thenwrite a paragraph response to the question.
Weeks 3 and 4Due 9/26Due 10/3Watch a
60 Minutes
program—either on channel 6 on Sunday eveningat 7pm, or from the online archives at
Take notes in your composition book. Use the AR-C to write a question, and thenwrite a paragraph response to the question.
Weeks 5 and 6Due 10/10Due 10/17Read an article from
Time
magazine- actual or online at
Take notes in your composition book. Use the AR-C to write a question, and thenwrite a paragraph response to the question.
Weeks 7 and 8Due 10/24Due 10/31Read an article from
The New York Times
- actual or online at
Take notes in your composition book. Use the AR-C to write a question, and thenwrite a paragraph response to the question.
Weeks 9 and 10Due 11/7Due 11/14Read an article from a non-Florida based news outlet at the Newseumat
Take notes in your composition book. Use the AR-C to write a question, and thenwrite a paragraph response to the question.
Weeks 11 and 12Due 11/28Due 12/5Read an article from
The Onion
- an online magazine at
Take notes in your composition book. Use the AR-C to write a question, and thenwrite a paragraph response to the question.

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