ENGLISH096/101 – College Prep Writing III/English Composition I Assignment

Resource Title:  ENGLISH096/101 – College Prep Writing III/English Composition I Assignment

Brief Description of Resource:  This group research project was the major assignment. The students read Sherman Alexie’s “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian” and, working in five separate groups, research topics on the Spokane Indians, cultural assimilation, the history of Indian boarding schools, the history of reservations, and Sherman Alexie’s body of work.

College:  Seattle Central Community College

Resource Type:  Assignment

Intended Audience:  Pre-College Students

Potential Other Audiences:  General Students, ESL Students, International Students

Creator Contact Name + Email:  Sharon Spence-Wilcox – sharon.spence-wilcox(at)seattlecolleges.edu

Link to Resource:  ENGLISH096-101 – GroupResearchProject [.DOC file]

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Resource Tags:  PILR, English CompositionAssessing Info Lit

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