Saturday, March 7, 2015

I'm in. Especially if I don't have to grade them!


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  1. I love how even with a 140-character limit, you manage to start with "In today's society."

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    1. I've never SEEN an essay that didn't start that way!

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  2. I'm uncomfortable with displaying tweets from unsuspecting people. Perhaps you could blur the name and avatar picture, as well as change the text so that it isn't the same as the original.

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  3. Jeb expects seasoned stalwarts’ expertise. Society today offers multi media educators largesse.

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    1. Sycophants Ostensibly Crave Kinship Proffered Unto Pandering Professor Endlessly Tweeting.

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  4. Throughout history Scientist where bias in they're arguements. I myself feel we express ourself best without worring about Judgement or Grades

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    1. is it plagiarism to use the words of a mass of students all at once?

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    2. I Knew I Sadly Should Capitalize Original Work, Somehow.

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  5. since the dawn of time society has struggled with finding better ways to communicate with more precision & less redundancy that is to say re

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    1. Draft 2:

      since dawn of time society struggle finding better way communicate with > precision & < redundancy ie reducing the amount of superfluous inf

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      since dawn time society struggle find better way communicate with > precision & < redundancy ie reduce superfluous information 2 improve the

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    3. Workshop comment 1:

      dumass ur not supoose 2 rite evry draft in twitter 1st rite regulr way then condense smh

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    1. Colleague Of the Week? Actually, this may explain some of the friction between me and my colleagues.

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