NOTE: The FORMAT of the FINAL ASSIGNMENT PROMPT that you can click on below to open as a PDF document is different from the paper issue copy that Mr. Anguiano distributed in class. HOWEVER, the SUBSTANCE is exactly the same! I reformatted this prompt for my own purposes, to make sure, as I read through it two or three times, that I understood as best I could what Mr. Anguiano is expecting, and HIGHLIGHTED accordingly its various sections detailing what I'm TO DO and HOW TO DO IT - for example: formatting, sources, due dates, etc. I know too that if I'm unsure about anything related to this FINAL ASSIGNMENT, that if I have any questions, then I need to contact Mr. Anguiano as soon as possible for clarification. ~~Steve Brewster
WORKSHEETS: Checklists, Research Logs, Etc.
Click on the respective documents below - all in Word97-2003 ( this older version of Word since some folks don't have newer versions) and intended to provide what it is hoped you'll see as logical, "1-2-3" type steps in doing your ENG-1B research.
GUIDES: Tips For Searching These Databases For Literary Criticism
Click on the respective hypertext links below to open Word97-2003 guides to searching these databases - the use of which should help you successfully complete your "ENG-1B / Ms. St. Peters" assignments.