Oct
24
10:10 AM10:10

Definitions

□    Read Kinghorn, “A Case of Insincerity,” focusing on using the critical reading strategies. (Sakai)
□    Submit a photocopy of your notes (not the originals!) of the Kinghorn reading.
□    Argument Paper due!
 

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Oct
10
10:10 AM10:10

Writing Workshop

□    Bring your paper materials (including a laptop, drafts, maps, and sources).
□    Study the fallacies for today’s quiz.
□    Begin thinking about your Holmes story – your blurb is due in one week!
□    The first group of presentations start today – be sure to plan what you need to do for yours.
□    Stage 2 draft due.
 

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Oct
5
10:10 AM10:10

Avoiding Common Reasoning Errors

□    Review the fallacies from Tuesday to begin preparing for Tuesday’s quiz

□    Find a real-life example of one of the fallacies, and write a short (1 page) summary of it.  Do NOT just pick examples from fallacy websites.
□    Write your reasoning journal entry

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Sep
12
10:10 AM10:10

Argument Mapping Practice

□    Study the intellectual virtues for a quiz
□    Review argument mapping from Thursday.
□    Read Doyle, “The Noble Bachelor” (Vol. I, 444-467)
□    Read Johnson, “Yes, Virginia” (Sakai)
□    Choose an article and write your Stage 0 reflection
 

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Aug
31
10:10 AM10:10

Arguments

□    Read the syllabus and prepare any questions you have.
□    Read Doyle, “The Red-Headed League” (Vol. I: 263-287)
□    Pick something interesting or unfamiliar about the setting of the story, do some brief research on it, and write a 1 page explanation of it.
 

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