hidden intellectualism

You are argueing from a personal standpoint why it is important to have both street smarts and book smarts rather than one or the other. you will need 3 cited sources from 2013 or more recent than that and incorporate them into the paper.
UNG English 1101
Second Essay Assignment
 
Due: Monday 22 February printed at the beginning of class session
Length: 2 (full) to 3 pages not including Works Cited page
 
Objectives:

  • This assignment will challenge you to demonstrate your awareness of current cultural conversations about the given topic.
  • It will allow you to construct your own perspective in relation to what has already been provided.
  • It will encourage you to demonstrate a current purpose for your writing

 
Assignment:
After carefully reading Graff’s essay, “Hidden Intellectualism,” locate a recent secondary source that provides an up-to-date perspective on Graff’s topic. This source must have been published around 2013.
 
Next, consider both Graff and your secondary source as the conversation. Use the templates from Chapter One of the textbook to help you frame your own view.
 
Construct a well-organized essay that supports your perspective, while engaging with both Graff and your secondary source.
 
Make sure that your body paragraphs begin with a clear, critical main point and do not merely state a fact nor summarize.
 
Avoid beginning paragraphs with quotes.
 
Refer to notes on the course e-learning portal.
 
Requirements:

  • Your secondary source must include an identifiable author to who will refer by name throughout your essay.
  • Your primary and secondary sources must be included in the introduction.
  • Internal citation is necessary in each body paragraph.
  • A Works Cited page is required.UNG English 1101
    Second Essay Assignment
     
    Due: Monday 22 February printed at the beginning of class session
    Length: 2 (full) to 3 pages not including Works Cited page
     
    Objectives:

    • This assignment will challenge you to demonstrate your awareness of current cultural conversations about the given topic.
    • It will allow you to construct your own perspective in relation to what has already been provided.
    • It will encourage you to demonstrate a current purpose for your writing

     
    Assignment:
    After carefully reading Graff’s essay, “Hidden Intellectualism,” locate a recent secondary source that provides an up-to-date perspective on Graff’s topic. This source must have been published around 2013.
     
    Next, consider both Graff and your secondary source as the conversation. Use the templates from Chapter One of the textbook to help you frame your own view.
     
    Construct a well-organized essay that supports your perspective, while engaging with both Graff and your secondary source.
     
    Make sure that your body paragraphs begin with a clear, critical main point and do not merely state a fact nor summarize.
     
    Avoid beginning paragraphs with quotes.
     
    Refer to notes on the course e-learning portal.
     
    Requirements:

    • Your secondary source must include an identifiable author to who will refer by name throughout your essay.
    • Your primary and secondary sources must be included in the introduction.
    • Internal citation is necessary in each body paragraph.
    • A Works Cited page is required.UNG English 1101
      Second Essay Assignment
       
      Due: Monday 22 February printed at the beginning of class session
      Length: 2 (full) to 3 pages not including Works Cited page
       
      Objectives:

      • This assignment will challenge you to demonstrate your awareness of current cultural conversations about the given topic.
      • It will allow you to construct your own perspective in relation to what has already been provided.
      • It will encourage you to demonstrate a current purpose for your writing

       
      Assignment:
      After carefully reading Graff’s essay, “Hidden Intellectualism,” locate a recent secondary source that provides an up-to-date perspective on Graff’s topic. This source must have been published around 2013.
       
      Next, consider both Graff and your secondary source as the conversation. Use the templates from Chapter One of the textbook to help you frame your own view.
       
      Construct a well-organized essay that supports your perspective, while engaging with both Graff and your secondary source.
       
      Make sure that your body paragraphs begin with a clear, critical main point and do not merely state a fact nor summarize.
       
      Avoid beginning paragraphs with quotes.
       
      Refer to notes on the course e-learning portal.
       
      Requirements:

      • Your secondary source must include an identifiable author to who will refer by name throughout your essay.
      • Your primary and secondary sources must be included in the introduction.
      • Internal citation is necessary in each body paragraph.
      • A Works Cited page is required.UNG English 1101
        Second Essay Assignment
         
        Due: Monday 22 February printed at the beginning of class session
        Length: 2 (full) to 3 pages not including Works Cited page
         
        Objectives:

        • This assignment will challenge you to demonstrate your awareness of current cultural conversations about the given topic.
        • It will allow you to construct your own perspective in relation to what has already been provided.
        • It will encourage you to demonstrate a current purpose for your writing

         
        Assignment:
        After carefully reading Graff’s essay, “Hidden Intellectualism,” locate a recent secondary source that provides an up-to-date perspective on Graff’s topic. This source must have been published around 2013.
         
        Next, consider both Graff and your secondary source as the conversation. Use the templates from Chapter One of the textbook to help you frame your own view.
         
        Construct a well-organized essay that supports your perspective, while engaging with both Graff and your secondary source.
         
        Make sure that your body paragraphs begin with a clear, critical main point and do not merely state a fact nor summarize.
         
        Avoid beginning paragraphs with quotes.
         
        Refer to notes on the course e-learning portal.
         
        Requirements:

        • Your secondary source must include an identifiable author to who will refer by name throughout your essay.
        • Your primary and secondary sources must be included in the introduction.
        • Internal citation is necessary in each body paragraph.
        • A Works Cited page is required.UNG English 1101
          Second Essay Assignment
           
          Due: Monday 22 February printed at the beginning of class session
          Length: 2 (full) to 3 pages not including Works Cited page
           
          Objectives:

          • This assignment will challenge you to demonstrate your awareness of current cultural conversations about the given topic.
          • It will allow you to construct your own perspective in relation to what has already been provided.
          • It will encourage you to demonstrate a current purpose for your writing

           
          Assignment:
          After carefully reading Graff’s essay, “Hidden Intellectualism,” locate a recent secondary source that provides an up-to-date perspective on Graff’s topic. This source must have been published around 2013.
           
          Next, consider both Graff and your secondary source as the conversation. Use the templates from Chapter One of the textbook to help you frame your own view.
           
          Construct a well-organized essay that supports your perspective, while engaging with both Graff and your secondary source.
           
          Make sure that your body paragraphs begin with a clear, critical main point and do not merely state a fact nor summarize.
           
          Avoid beginning paragraphs with quotes.
           
          Refer to notes on the course e-learning portal.
           
          Requirements:

          • Your secondary source must include an identifiable author to who will refer by name throughout your essay.
          • Your primary and secondary sources must be included in the introduction.
          • Internal citation is necessary in each body paragraph.
          • A Works Cited page is required.UNG English 1101
            Second Essay Assignment
             
            Due: Monday 22 February printed at the beginning of class session
            Length: 2 (full) to 3 pages not including Works Cited page
             
            Objectives:

            • This assignment will challenge you to demonstrate your awareness of current cultural conversations about the given topic.
            • It will allow you to construct your own perspective in relation to what has already been provided.
            • It will encourage you to demonstrate a current purpose for your writing

             
            Assignment:
            After carefully reading Graff’s essay, “Hidden Intellectualism,” locate a recent secondary source that provides an up-to-date perspective on Graff’s topic. This source must have been published around 2013.
             
            Next, consider both Graff and your secondary source as the conversation. Use the templates from Chapter One of the textbook to help you frame your own view.
             
            Construct a well-organized essay that supports your perspective, while engaging with both Graff and your secondary source.
             
            Make sure that your body paragraphs begin with a clear, critical main point and do not merely state a fact nor summarize.
             
            Avoid beginning paragraphs with quotes.
             
            Refer to notes on the course e-learning portal.
             
            Requirements:

            • Your secondary source must include an identifiable author to who will refer by name throughout your essay.
            • Your primary and secondary sources must be included in the introduction.
            • Internal citation is necessary in each body paragraph.
            • A Works Cited page is required.UNG English 1101
              Second Essay Assignment
               
              Due: Monday 22 February printed at the beginning of class session
              Length: 2 (full) to 3 pages not including Works Cited page
               
              Objectives:

              • This assignment will challenge you to demonstrate your awareness of current cultural conversations about the given topic.
              • It will allow you to construct your own perspective in relation to what has already been provided.
              • It will encourage you to demonstrate a current purpose for your writing

               
              Assignment:
              After carefully reading Graff’s essay, “Hidden Intellectualism,” locate a recent secondary source that provides an up-to-date perspective on Graff’s topic. This source must have been published around 2013.
               
              Next, consider both Graff and your secondary source as the conversation. Use the templates from Chapter One of the textbook to help you frame your own view.
               
              Construct a well-organized essay that supports your perspective, while engaging with both Graff and your secondary source.
               
              Make sure that your body paragraphs begin with a clear, critical main point and do not merely state a fact nor summarize.
               
              Avoid beginning paragraphs with quotes.
               
              Refer to notes on the course e-learning portal.
               
              Requirements:

              • Your secondary source must include an identifiable author to who will refer by name throughout your essay.
              • Your primary and secondary sources must be included in the introduction.
              • Internal citation is necessary in each body paragraph.
              • A Works Cited page is required.

 

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