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Throughout the semester we will read many texts, chapters, and books. Each week you will work with your group to complete a Study Guide on an assigned reading or multiple readings for the week.

You can liken this study guide to a sort of “Spark’s Notes” or “Cliff’s Notes” of the chapter. It is your job to develop a general overview of what you’ve read, pointing out important aspects of the text, and also making connections with your assigned text and other texts.

Working with Groups:
When you work with a group, make sure you all decide who will do which parts, or how you’d like to work on the assignment together. Be sure to place your name in parentheses next to your portion of the Study Guide that you worked on, but also know that your grade will be for the FULL STUDY GUIDE as a group. If after the first couple of weeks you find that your group is not working well together and you’d rather work with another person or alone, you will have that option.

Sample Study Guides:

Below are Sample Study Guides from Previous classes can be seen here:
?    http://racemattersstudyguide.wikispaces.com/Chapter1
?    http://racemattersstudyguide2.wikispaces.com/Chapter+1
?    http://racemattersstudyguide2.wikispaces.com/Chapter+8

Directions:
1. Build your study guide in your Group’s Wikispace or Collaborations page through Canvas and share the URL with me when it’s time to turn in the assignment.
2. Sometimes your Study Guide will be on a specific TEXT and sometimes on a CONCEPT.
3. The document should be single spaced, with an extra space between each section or part.
4. Please follow the study-guide format and structure EXACTLY, labeling each part with a title.

Below is  the format. You can copy it EXACTLY and use it as a template.

Group Member Names:
?    x
?    x
?    x
?    x

STUDY GUIDE FOR : Title of the reading, with the author’s name OR Subject of the multiple readings

Part 1: SUMMARY
100-300 word summary of the section, highlighting the thesis and key points. (If you have more than 1 text, your job is to SYNTHESIZE the materials together).

Part 2: OUTLINE
Formal Outline of the section (This should never go beyond 2-3 pages depending upon length. A Formal Outline uses Roman Numerals and sub-numerals and letters and highlights main points, sub points, evidence, etc. Refer to your handbook for more detail.)

Part 3: Key Terminology with definitions
Helpful Vocabulary or New Concepts with the definitions — choose at least 5 new terms, vocabulary words, concepts, or ideas–list these and then list the definition or an explanation. Be sure to include the source material for the explanation.

Part 4: Discussion Questions
3-5 questions that require complex thinking and examination of the text.  Look at Arthur Costa’s Levels of Inquiry to assist you: http://mrkash.com/costa.html

Part 5: Analysis
Analysis and Reflections on the meaning, usefulness, synthesis with other texts, etc. in 100-300 words

Part 6: External Sources
1-2 external sources that help to deepen an understanding of this document or the concepts in this document, cited below in MLA format with a brief summary-analysis of 100 words.

How You’ll Be Graded:
Study Guide Rubric
4
Mastery    3
Appropriate    2
Acceptable    1
Readiness

Part 1: 100-300 word summary of the section, highlighting the thesis and key points. (If you have more than 1 chapter, your job is to SYNTHESIZE the materials together).    Summary fulfills assignment parameters and is cohesive, demonstrating the writer’s understanding of the text’s key points and writer’s ability to identify parts of the text.    Summary fulfills assignment parameters and is cohesive, demonstrating the writer’s basic understanding of the text.    Summary meets assignment parameters and demonstrates understanding of text.    Summary restates key ideas of the original text.
Part 2: Formal Outline of the section (This should never go beyond 2-3 pages depending upon length. A Formal Outline uses Roman Numerals and sub-numerals and letters and highlights main points, sub points, evidence, etc.)    The outline is correctly formatted and incorporates thesis and concluding statement with main points, sub points, and examples and research to reflect the full spine of the text and its components.    The outline is mostly correctly formatted and incorporates thesis and main points with sub points to demonstrate the scaffolding of the text.    The outline follows standard formatting with main points identified.    The outline attempts standard formatting with most main points identified.
Part 3: Helpful Vocabulary or New Concepts with the definitions — choose at least 5 new terms, vocabulary words, concepts, or ideas–list these and then list the definition or an explanation. Be sure to include the source material for the explanation.    The concepts meet the assignment parameters and are defined and discussed offering deep insight and contextual understanding to the text.    Concepts and Vocabulary choices meet assignment parameters and are defined and connected to contextual understanding.    Concepts and Vocabulary choices meet assignment parameters and are well-defined.    Concepts and Vocabulary choices meet assignment parameters and are defined.
Part 4: Discussion Questions (3-5 questions that require complex thinking and examination of the text.  Look at Arthur Costa’s Levels of Inquiry to assist you: http://mrkash.com/costa.html
Discussion Questions require complex thinking and deep analysis and examination, working at the highest level of Arther Costa’s Levels of Inquiry.    Discussion questions require complex thinking and analysis and work at the upper two levels of Arthur Costa’s Levels of Inquiry.    Discussion questions require critical thinking skills and work at the upper two levels of Arthur Costa’s Levels of Inquiry.    Discussion Questions follow guidelines demonstrated by Arthur Costa’s Levels of Inquiry.
Part 5: Analysis and Reflections on the meaning, usefulness, synthesis with other texts, etc. in 100-300 words    Analysis and Reflections are large in scope, identifying other materials and texts connected to the ideas of the original text, and specifying possible meanings and significance.    Analysis and Reflections offer commentary about the deeper meaning of the original text.    Reflections appropriately comment on the deeper meaning of the text.    Reflections and commentary are present.
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Adapted From: Vicki Spandel’s Creating Writers Through 6-Trait Writing Assessment and Instruction
Feel free to use this, but please credit me as stated, below:
Adapted from Annotated Bibliography for Weekly Readings by Dr. Kirsten Ogden, Pasadena City College; 2014.

Review Mary Pipher’s introduction and Chapter 1, and then complete your own study guide on the material following the assignment guidelines EXACTLY as listed

the assignment guidelines see attachment.
Mary Phipher’s introduction & chapter 1 reading – see attachment as well.