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How to Successfully Contribute to the Google Docs files
As explained previously (see pages 3-4 above), you are required to contribute to one Google Docs file assigned to you based on the first letter of your last name. For instance, a student with last name “Benson” would have to contribute to the Google Docs for Ch 1, Ch 2, or Ch 3 since these are assigned to those whose last name start with letter A through G.
• Chs. 1, 2, or 3 – last name starting with letter A through G • Chs. 4, 6, 9, or 10 – last name starting with letter H through M • Chs. 11, 12, 13, 14, or 15 – last name starting with letter N through Z
Remember that the due date for each Google Docs file is different and can be found in the Course Schedule above. IMPORTANT: If you did not contribute to a Google Docs file assigned to you based on the first letter of your last name, I am sorry to say that you can’t make-up that missed Google Docs contribution. Likewise, late submissions are NOT accepted under any circumstances.
INSTRUCTIONS: Google Docs for Chapter ______ (insert chapter number in the blank) • While reading Chapter ___ of your textbook, identify concepts from that chapter that “jumped at you” as important and/or confusing. • After you complete your careful reading of the assigned chapter, select a concept (or points of confusion) from your notes to add to the Google Docs for that chapter. ◦ How to add your contribution to the Google Docs file? ▪ Simply follow the Google Docs link provided in my Moodle course site and you will be able to View and Edit the Google Docs file. ▪ The Google Docs file is automatically saved. ▪ After the due date, the Google Docs file will become View Only. Reading Comprehension Tip! When reading for this class, try using the sentence frames below to help you organize your thoughts and monitor your reading comprehension. They are designed to spark insights as you actively work on comprehending the assigned readings. • I think one reason is on page “x”, where it says______. • Even though _____ is true, on page “x”, _______ is stronger evidence for the opposite idea. • I have a different idea. To me, the evidence ______ on page “x” means _________. • Would you agree that there is a connection between ____ and _____ concepts? • I understood concept “x” to mean ______________, but I think I still need to know more about _______________ because
ATTENTION: When adding your contribution, make sure to: • Clearly define the selected concept as if explaining to someone not taking this class • Explain why you selected that concept to be important (what made you think it was important, what’s the relevance of that concept) • Use proper grammar and carefully proof-read what you wrote! • Include your first and last names at the end of your paragraph contribution. Make sure your last name matches your last name displayed in Moodle • Include your contribution in the same area where that topic is already being discussed. In other words, do NOT simply add your contribution at the bottom of the Google Docs file. ◦ For instance, if you are adding the concept of nature-nurture from Chapter 1, look for that topic first and, if it is already discussed in the Google Docs file, add your paragraph contribution immediately after the paragraph already discussing that topic, explicitly integrating your contribution to the existing contribution. • You can further clarify the existing concept by adding your own example;
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BOOK TITILE A TOPICAL APPROCH TO LIFE-SPAN DEVELOPMENT ( 8TH EDITION) BY JPHN W. SANTROCK
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