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For Dr. Sylvia Henneberg's ENG 499 Capstone class, students are assigned a research paper worth 30% of their grade.
"This paper seeks to combine teaching and research skills by having students write a 6-10 page paper explaining how they would teach a text of their choice and which resources they would use. Students [then] contribute an essay to the "Approaches" series by contemplating what is already in place... Students should think of this not as a plan for a classroom session at a particular grade level but as a contribution to the field of teaching in general."
In order to effectively and efficiently accomplish the above goals, students should use this guide as a starting place to find:
- online literature resources (scholarly journal articles, eBooks, eReference sources, streaming media)
- print literature resources (scholarly journal articles, books, encyclopedias, traditional media)
- online and print education resources (both scholarly and organizational)
- search tips for using online library databases
- how to get research assistance (via chat, email, phone, or in-person)
- additional library research resources