Fall Quarter, 2004
PEOPLEWATCH, PART TWO
This is the step that counts for the big bucks (up to 150 points)
Now that you've done a freewrite and one sentence which sums up what it seems to be about, write a short paper (try for at least two pages) which FOCUSES on that idea. Select your details and the order in whch you present them. Decide what to include and what to leave out, and why. You may find that you have to go back and observe some more, now that you have a better idea of what to look for. Try to create one single idea or impression that you want to communicate to your reader.
YOU MAY WANT TO REVISE THIS DRAFT AT LEAST ONCE BEFORE YOU TURN IT IN TO ME.
THE FINAL DRAFT shall be typed, double spaced, and it shall represent the best work of which you are capable at this point.
DUE DATE: Friday, October 8.
NO LATE PAPERS WILL BE ACCEPTED, AND YOU MUST COMPLETE EACH STAGE TO MY SATISFACTION BEFORE YOU CAN DO THE NEXT STAGE.