Final Introduction

Ana Junco College Writing Professor Hoskins 14 December 2016 Final Introduction Many places can have a big background story that you would never have thought when you visit it. Going to my site and researching about it made me realize many things specially how is true as Sarah B. Schindler mention in “Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination […]

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Every place has a story: Franklin Park and Franklin Square

Ana Junco College Writing Professor Hoskins 14 December 2016 Every place has a story: Franklin Park and Franklin Square Many places can have a big background story that you would never have thought when you visit it. Franklin Square is located on downtown Washington D.C. It’s a square named after the United States former president […]

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Societal Changes on S Street and the Country with WeWork and The Wonder Bread Factory

The Wonder Bread Factory does more than sell bread, it tells a story. The year was 1940, and the family on S Street walked into the Wonder Bread Factory with bread on their brains and hunger in their stomachs. They waved to their neighbors, who were also there to buy bread and various Hostess Cake […]

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Annotated Bibliography: WeWork/Wonder Bread Factory Build Environment Description

Bort, Julie. “39 Ways the American Workforce Is Dramatically Changing in 2015.” Business Insider, Business Insider, 04 June 2015, www.businessinsider.com/39-ways-the-american-workforce-is-changing-2015-6/#eres-also-radical-change-going-on-in-the-tech-we-use-for-work-40. Accessed 03 Dec. 2016. This source focuses on the changing work force, but mostly on millennials and how they are not what some people may perceive them to be. Like another article I have, this […]

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Commonplace Book #8: Trump’s Rhetoric

Washington Post article: President-Elect Trump on climate change — “Look, I’m somebody that gets it, and nobody really knows. It’s not something that’s so hard and fast. I do know this: Other countries are eating our lunch.” Throughout the entire election, we have seen the way Trump talks and the language he uses in his […]

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Analysis on Parker’s “Do Commas Still Matter?” (RA6)

In “Do commas still matter?”, Kathleen Parker states that proper grammar use has been dynamic over the years, and the change has been negative with more people not paying attention to the grammatical rules. Published in The Washington Post, Parker describes how grammatical errors have become more rampant in the modern community than it was […]

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Reading Analysis #7

Ana Junco College Writing Professor Hoskins   Learning Spaces and its influence The “Space and Consequences: The Impact of Different Formal Learning Spaces on Instructor and Student Behavior” article is a presentation of a research project that was quasi-experimental, which investigated the significance of a traditional classroom versus that of a technologically-equipped active learning classroom […]

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