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Ethnic Realities of Mexican Americans).
******Urbina, Martin Guevara, Joel E. Vela, and Juan O. Sanchez (2014). Ethics realities of Mexican Americans: From colonialism to 21st century globalization. Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas, Publisher Ltd. [ISNB: 978-0-398-08780-7]******
Scholars, considering that online courses to do not include formal lectures, as in the traditional classroom setting, this class will seek to compliment such component by providing you with a forum in which YOU may EXPRESS your emotions and thoughts regarding the weekly readings (that is, the assigned chapters and articles).
Also, please note that ALL 2-page Weekly Assignments, which are based on the scheduled readings for the given week (that is, following the readings from the book and other posted book chapters/articles), are designed to follow the same style in both substance and format.
******Instructions for Writing Weekly Assignments******
The central of objective, once you have read the chapter for the week, is for you to critically think about the information presented in the chapter. Then, write a critical analysis on what YOU perceive to be the most essential elements in the chapter, focusing primarily (but not exclusively) on a few selected issues.
Please note that the goal is NOT for you to write a summary of the material (chapter). Instead, the focal objective: 1) Read the chapter, 2) analyze the presented information in the chapter, 3) write an analysis of what you read and analyzed, and 4) as you present YOUR analysis, make a MAIN argument that is reflective of your analysis, in its totality.
Your MAIN argument should incorporate EVERYTHING you detail (write) in your 2-page paper; that is, everything you say in your paper should point (support) your main argument in regards to what you read and analyzed. For example: let?s assume that Chapter 1 is about ?illegal drugs,? which involves SO many different issues. Now, as you read the chapter and analyze the presented information, you wish to make an argument that drugs in the US should be legalized. OK, as such, your main argument would be the ?legalization of drugs in the US,? and everything in your 2-page paper should point (support) to your main argument.
Remember, before you begin, PLEASE read the handouts (located under the Assignments icon under the title, ?Handouts for Weekly Assignments?) regarding the writing process of the ?Weekly Assignments.?
Things to include in your Weekly Assignments:
1. Introduction, body, conclusion.
2. Provide examples and illustrations, when deemed necessary.
3. Provide research findings when deemed appropriate.
4. Include numbers (statistics) when deemed necessary.
5. Include quotes FROM the chapters (and other sources). In every single Weekly Assignment, we need to have 1 to 3 small direct quotes from the chapter, allowing me to see that you?ve incorporated the weekly reading with the Weekly Assignment.
Note: If a Weekly Assignment does not include quotes from the chapter, it is probable that such Weekly Assignment will NOT be accepted!!!
Instructions for formatting ?Weekly Assignments?
1. Type your assignments.
2. Weekly Assignments should be exactly 2 pages.
3. Include a cover-page containing relevant information.
4. Make sure that the format is adjusted to 1-inch margins (all four sides).
5. Spacing: 1.1, 1.5, or double-space, but please NO single-space.
6. Font size: 11 or 12 font (I prefer 11).
7. Font face: Times New Roman.
8. Numbering: number pages (the cover page does NOT count as a page for the assignment length).
9. Submit your 2-page ?Weekly Assignment? as a Word file, or as a PDF file.
10. For submitting your assignment, please read ?Instructions for Formatting & Submitting Weekly Assignments? posted under the Course Information icon (which also contains the set of instructions for formatting your Weekly Assignments.
 

 
******Urbina, Martin Guevara, Joel E. Vela, and Juan O. Sanchez (2014). Ethics realities of Mexican Americans: From colonialism to 21st century globalization. Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas, Publisher Ltd. [ISNB: 978-0-398-08780-7]******
Scholars, considering that online courses to do not include formal lectures, as in the traditional classroom setting, this class will seek to compliment such component by providing you with a forum in which YOU may EXPRESS your emotions and thoughts regarding the weekly readings (that is, the assigned chapters and articles).
Also, please note that ALL 2-page Weekly Assignments, which are based on the scheduled readings for the given week (that is, following the readings from the book and other posted book chapters/articles), are designed to follow the same style in both substance and format.
******Instructions for Writing Weekly Assignments******
The central of objective, once you have read the chapter for the week, is for you to critically think about the information presented in the chapter. Then, write a critical analysis on what YOU perceive to be the most essential elements in the chapter, focusing primarily (but not exclusively) on a few selected issues.
Please note that the goal is NOT for you to write a summary of the material (chapter). Instead, the focal objective: 1) Read the chapter, 2) analyze the presented information in the chapter, 3) write an analysis of what you read and analyzed, and 4) as you present YOUR analysis, make a MAIN argument that is reflective of your analysis, in its totality.
Your MAIN argument should incorporate EVERYTHING you detail (write) in your 2-page paper; that is, everything you say in your paper should point (support) your main argument in regards to what you read and analyzed. For example: let?s assume that Chapter 1 is about ?illegal drugs,? which involves SO many different issues. Now, as you read the chapter and analyze the presented information, you wish to make an argument that drugs in the US should be legalized. OK, as such, your main argument would be the ?legalization of drugs in the US,? and everything in your 2-page paper should point (support) to your main argument.
Remember, before you begin, PLEASE read the handouts (located under the Assignments icon under the title, ?Handouts for Weekly Assignments?) regarding the writing process of the ?Weekly Assignments.?
Things to include in your Weekly Assignments:
1. Introduction, body, conclusion.
2. Provide examples and illustrations, when deemed necessary.
3. Provide research findings when deemed appropriate.
4. Include numbers (statistics) when deemed necessary.
5. Include quotes FROM the chapters (and other sources). In every single Weekly Assignment, we need to have 1 to 3 small direct quotes from the chapter, allowing me to see that you?ve incorporated the weekly reading with the Weekly Assignment.
Note: If a Weekly Assignment does not include quotes from the chapter, it is probable that such Weekly Assignment will NOT be accepted!!!
Instructions for formatting ?Weekly Assignments?
1. Type your assignments.
2. Weekly Assignments should be exactly 2 pages.
3. Include a cover-page containing relevant information.
4. Make sure that the format is adjusted to 1-inch margins (all four sides).
5. Spacing: 1.1, 1.5, or double-space, but please NO single-space.
6. Font size: 11 or 12 font (I prefer 11).
7. Font face: Times New Roman.
8. Numbering: number pages (the cover page does NOT count as a page for the assignment length).
9. Submit your 2-page ?Weekly Assignment? as a Word file, or as a PDF file.
10. For submitting your assignment, please read ?Instructions for Formatting & Submitting Weekly Assignments? posted under the Course Information icon (which also contains the set of instructions for formatting your Weekly Assignments.