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  • 1. Project Portfolios• Progress Report part 2?• Posters or presentations?• Going over the peer review process• PS: One slight schedule change
  • 2. Blakeslee & Fleischer• They are assuming you are well into your project here....• When to analyze data-- a little before, mostly after• Contradictions in research are good-- or be careful about telling yourself too good of a story with your research• Embrace the “murkiness” (Hubbard and Power quote)
  • 3. Blakeslee & Fleischer• Finding Time and Space (This is where they talk about the space and time of writing)• Beyond “touching it” every day?• Reading and rereading• Identifying themes (and the children’s literacy example here)
  • 4. Blakeslee & Fleischer• Raw notes versus cooked notes (Hubbard and Power quote)• Advice on coding (what it is, how to do it, etc.)
  • 5. Brenda, Emily, and Jeff onContent/Rhetorical Analysis
  • 6. Casper, “In Praise of Carbon, In Praise of Science”• This was the basis of Casper’s MA project here at EMU• “Epideictic” is “praise or blame” in rhetoric• “Statement Types” explains how Casper analyzes these speeches• Also speaks to the way that knowledge changes rhetoric (conclusions)