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English 125

Instructor: Michael Hinken
Librarian:  Harold Tuckett

Essay #3: Proposing A Solution With Sources

"Choose a problem related to your educational experience here at the University of Michigan, one that has some importance to you....In addition to your own support, which may include anecdotal evidence if you have experience with the problem you’re describing, you should integrate between two and four published sources. One of those sources should be an essay about education from our class coursepack. Use no more than four sources, since your voice should be dominant."


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