Besides Blackboard (http://bb9.aum.edu) and AUM email , which you should consult daily, these places are resources for you.
You are welcome to look at student examples from the past. However, some of these assignments will be slightly different for your class.
SAMPLE PROJECTS/PAPERS FROM PAST 1020 STUDENTS
ACTIVITIES AND READINGS:
“Apocalypse” students of 2019 should check out the third item listed in this article!
“Zombie Apocalypse” Ice Breaker
“Earth without People” by Alan Weisman
Review of Benjamin Warner’s book Thirst
“Where Does Your Water Come From?” article on Alabama
“How Does Your State Make Electricity?”
“Where I’m From” Assignment (Perspective Activity)
Poem by William Stafford: “At the Bomb Testing Site”
Old Class Tumblr Account and Archive (with images and ideas from 2015)
Video on the importance of changing perspective: “Like Lilly, Like Wilson”
RESEARCH AND DOCUMENTATION
A major part of learning research is learning how to enter conversation. See the Purdue OWL handout on quoting, paraphrasing, and summary:
A description of why composition and writing matter to all majors:
“So You Wanna Be an Engineer, a Welder, a Teacher? Academic Disciplines and Professional Literacies”