Evidence Assignment for Thursday, 4/4

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April 2, 2013 by Jackie Hoermann

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Students,

I hope you enjoyed The Iowa State Daily Writers Panel today. Again, if you have questions you’d like to ask them that you weren’t able to in class, send those to me and I’ll forward them on to Elizabeth, Katherine, and Michael. I’d certainly be interested in what they have to say, too.
As you can see from the subject line, please have your evidence ready to go for class on Thursday. That means at least 4 pieces of evidence, preferably at least two for each side of the issue you’re mediating. I won’t require you to post this to your blog–although your certainly welcome to and such storage never hurts–but you should have them ready to go and discuss because we will be playing “The Credibility Game.”
That’s right, a game will happen. It might be an English game, but it’ll be fun. You can count on it.
See you Thursday,
Ms. H

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