1. Peer Edit Resumes
2. Make edits to resumes for final copy
3. Introduce note taking for articles
HW: 1 copy of final draft of resume, Notes for 1 article
1. Mr. Stephenson, Ms. Perozzi, and Dr. Shealy visit to discuss junior year
2. Resume notes
❏ One page in length
❏ Tailored to the position for which you are applying
❏ Neat, well-organized, and easy to read
❏ Consistent in formatting, font, and content
❏ Checked for proper grammar and punctuation
❏ Appealing to the eye
❏ Printed on quality, neutral-colored paper
❏ Uses strong action verbs and power words
❏ Free of spelling errors
❏ Updated and current
❏ Avoids “Duties included…” and “Responsible for…”
❏ Uses numbers, such as percentages or amounts of money
❏ Has been proofread by at least 3 people
❏ Avoids personal pronouns like “I” or “my”
Resume samples: http://career.uga.edu/resumes/resume_samples
HW: Complete first draft of resume using the checklist above and print THREE COPIES
1. Check citations
2. "Tips for Research Topics" questions
3. Meet in groups to go over "Tips for Topics"
4. Find second journal article
HW: Write a list in your logbook of all the extracurricular activities you have done and any awards and honors you've received, Print your second article and bring both to class Monday (A) and Tuesday (B)
1. Professional communication
2. APA Citation
3. Send a professional email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Please label each section with a, b, c, d, etc.
a) Your possible research topic(s)
b) Why are you interested in this topic? Be detailed.
c) Who would benefit from your research?
d) What are potential issues you might encounter with this study?
e) What do you personally hope to learn?
f) What is the international connection
4. Write an APA citation for your first article
a) first using the bibliography worksheet
b) hand write the formal citation in the logbook
c) type your citation in word (bring a digital copy to our next class)
HW: Email due by 8 AM Thursday (A) or Friday (B), Bring a digital copy of your citation to class Thursday (A) or Friday (B).
1. Reading primary journal articles activity
Read "What are primary research articles?", take notes over bold words in that section only
2. Watch Journal Article Videos
How to Read a Journal Article
How to Read a Journal Article 2
3. Read and annotate "Reading Primary Literature" Packet Starting with Page 12 "Abstract" and Ending with Page 14 "The Extended Research Team"
4. Complete "Section 3 Exercises" in your logbook- you do not need to write the questions
5. Identify sections of your primary article and annotate either on the article, on Post-its or in your logbook (there must be handwritten annotations, but highlighting is allowed)
While students work reserach conferences will take place
HW: Annotate articles if incomplete in class.
Media center to hear Ms. Wheeler discuss searching for journal articles
HW: Find and PRINT one peer reviewed article, write search terms in logbook. Do not take notes in logbook yet.
1. Final Artifact presentations
2. The importance of a mentor (A day only)
3. Pros and cons of possible research topics
4. Meet in groups to discuss projects
HW: Narrow down topics to two possibilities, list the following in your logbook for each:
Background information you need for this topic
Type of professional who would be a good option for a mentor
Data you would need to collect for this topic
Take out logbooks for stamp
1. Artifact Presentations
2. "Floor Wax Test"
3. Research Possibilities Logbook Entry for 2 Topics:
Answer the following questions
a) Outcome: What are you expecting from this research? What are you looking for? What is your goal?
b) Purpose: What do you intend to learn from this research?
c) Impact: Who and what would benefit from this study?
d) Passionate: Are you interested or enthusiastic about this study? Explain. You will spend 1.5 years with this research. Choose wisely.
4. Discuss research topics in groups
HW: 3rd KWLI or 1 more bullet per column if you completed 3 already and 3rd Research possibilities entry.
1. Share artifacts
2. Share 3 words on binder covers
3. Explore research topics
K=What I know for sure about the topic
W= What I think I know, but I need more information about
L= What you’ve learned today and over the weekend
I= Connections to international studies
Be detailed and thoughtful
HW: 2 KWLIs Due Thursday (A), Friday (B)
Pick up scissors and a glue stick. Pick up portfolios at back if you left them here.
Take out supplies and origin story questions to be checked off. Hand in blue syllabus sheet to red bucket.
1. Set up portfolio
2. Keeping a logbook
3. Portfolio covers and portfolio spines
Binder Covers- MAKE THEM COLORFUL
At least 5 images/drawings that represent you
At least 2 images/drawings related to your potential topics
At least 3 words that describe you
Spine Covers- MAKE THEM COLORFUL
Take up whole sheet
4. Origin story assignment intro
Origin story narrative- 1 page, typed, double space, 12 pt font, name only, no header. Include answers to questions and explanation of artifact, any other interesting information about you
HW: Complete origin story narrative and portfolio covers and spines. Due Tuesday 8/9 (A), Wednesday 8/10 (B).
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