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- Elements of a good essay.

- Elements of a good essay.
- Elements of a good essay: structure, coherent argument,
personal experience, evidence, better evidence.
- Implications of New Media Practices.

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  • This is the session for whole-of-group project updates and check-ins. Refer to the Teams doc on the BB site to see who is the Team Leader (TL) of the relevant teams.
  • During the meeting sessions, go around and check in on each team. See how they’re going, make sure they’re generally on the right track. Have they defined their subcategories clearly enough? Are their roles within the teams clear?

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  • KCZ101 Tutorial Two
  • schedule • • • • • 10:00-10:15 Roll call 10:15-10:30 What are the elements of a good essay? 10:30-11:00 Assessment 2 discussion 11:30-12:00 Implications of New Media Practices 11:30-12:00 Notes about the website list
  • What are the elements of a good essay? • Well-structured • Draws on unit content if/when appropriate • Does requested task adequately • Develops a coherent argument • Professionally presented • Complete and thorough references
  • Assessment 2 discussion Assessment 2 – Essay. a) When is and isn’t it appropriate to use personal experience? b) What counts as 'evidence' c) and what makes for 'better' evidence?
  • Implications of New Media Practices Implications: Copyright Ethics The law Social Impact
  • Notes about the website list Look at each of the websites listed. Write some notes on each. • • • • • What is interesting about this site? What is it trying to do? Who might its audience be? How does it communicate to/with that audience? Is it an example of monological, dialogical or ‘polylogical’ communication? • What aspects of the site would you focus on if you were writing an essay about it?