Revision history for OnePageIntro


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Last edited on 2010-01-14 04:40:43 by MorganAdmin
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Write a one-page introduction of yourself to the class. This should not be one word less than 200 - and not one word more than 250. Try, in your manner, to illustrate or exemplify something of your personality. Write this as you would a typical writing assignment in a typical class, using whatever technologies you typically do. But the paper you bring to class should be word processed. Bring it to class //in paper//.
=== Part 2: notes on part 1 ===
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Write a one-page introduction of yourself to the class. This should not be one word less than 200 - and not one word more than 250. Try, in your manner, to illustrate or exemplify part of your personality. Write this as you would a typical writing assignment in a typical class, using whatever technologies you typically do. But the paper you bring to class should be word processed. Double-spaced, standard name block, etc. Bring it to class //in paper//.
=== Part 2: The Writing ===


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Edited on 2010-01-14 04:34:00 by MorganAdmin
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=== Part 1: for Tues ===
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=== Part 1: for Thurs ===


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Edited on 2010-01-11 14:12:38 by MorganAdmin
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Write a one-page introduction of yourself to the class. This should not be one word less than 200 - and not one word more than 250. Try, in your manner, to illustrate or exemplify part of your personality. Write this as you would a typical writing assignment in a typical class, using whatever technologies you typically do. But the paper you bring to class should be word processed. Double-spaced, standard name block, etc. Bring it to class //in paper//.
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Write a short introduction of yourself to the class. This should not be one word less than 200 - and not one word more than 250. Try, in your manner, to illustrate or exemplify part of your personality. Write this as you would a typical writing assignment in a typical class, using whatever technologies you typically do. But the paper you bring to class should be word processed. Double-spaced, standard name block, etc. Bring it to class //in paper//.


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Edited on 2010-01-11 14:09:55 by MorganAdmin
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=====One Page Intro=====
250 Words in Print
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=====Three Hundred Words in Print=====


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