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  • 1.  Click here for your final schedule Questions?
  • 2.  Literature Review: intro, headings,niche or gap Methods: This should be the heading right under the last paragraph of your lit review.
  • 3.  What you may have so far With a partner, make a list of:  What does the methods section look like?  How is it organized?  What information does it include?
  • 4.  http://www.parenting.com/  What does the genre look like?  How is it organized?  What information does it include?  Are there citations? How are they formatted?
  • 5.  Option 1: Continue adding to your paper. You will add a “Results” and “Discussion” section that might look something like this: http://issuu.com/lauramartinez6/docs/results _sample_3
  • 6.  Create a project that is intended for a different audience (non-academic). First, decide on the audience, decide on a genre suitable for that audience, and analyze the genre as part of your methods section. Your methods section might look like this You will then create your genre and turn that in as your project.
  • 7.  What option will you go with?  Option 1: academic paper (write out your results)  Option 2: non-academic genre (analyze genre and audience in your methods) How confident do you feel about what you need to do to complete your project?
  • 8.  No class Monday. Work on conducting your field-research. On Wednesday, bring any data you might have to class, along with any progress on your methods section (this can all be on your computer)