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Title:Millennials, Respect and Defining Personhood/Humanity in Europe and the Americas
Author(s):Eric Williams
Subject(s):millennials
personhood
humanity
America
Europe
Geographic Coverage:North America; Latin America; Europe
Abstract:In this first-year writing course, you will develop your capacity for undertaking academic research and analysis through an original research project and presentation of the results of your work to an audience of your peers. You will identify an area of interest within our course theme—comparing and contrasting the challenges of millennial personhood on the global stage—and you will find materials to analyze, develop analytical research questions, explore secondary texts, and make claims that are connected to the evidence you have discovered. As many researchers do at this stage in their work, you will then reframe what you have learned for a public audience. During the research process, you will also be preparing for the English 1110 Symposium by working on your own BACKTalk, a 5-minute presentation consisting of 15 images, each accompanied by 20 seconds of text. The creation of your BACKTalk will provide significant opportunities for considering the nature of your research, the relationship between visual and written text, and issues of writing craft.
Issue Date:2018
Citation Info:Williams, E. (2018). "English 1110.01 - First-Year English Composition: Millennials, Respect and Defining Personhood/Humanity in Europe and the Americas". Syllabus submitted for the International Studies Research Lab, Champaign, IL.
Genre:Other
Type:Text
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/101881
Date Available in IDEALS:2018-10-23


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