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English: 101 - Zamora - Essay 4

English 101 - College Reading & Composition I

English 101 is a reading and composition course designed to prepare students to handle a wide range of college writing assignments and to acquire the analytic skills necessary for effective academic preparation. Stress is placed on the organization and composition of objective expository and argumentative essays, including the research paper.

Assignment

 

Make an argument for how we as a nation can move forward in the current climate of race relations, and what we should do to curb racial inequality and injustice in our society. 

Books (Print & Electronic)

Print Books

  1. Use OneSearch from the library homepage
  2. From the Refine Results menu on the left side, click In the Library.

 

eBooks

  1. Use OneSearch from the library homepage
  2. Use the Refine Results menu on the left side
  3. Under the Available at LAHC - click Online
  4. Click the down arrow for the Resource Type heading - click Books

 

Ebsco eBooks

 

Assignment Requirements

Type: Essay

Format: MLA

Length: 1,100 word count

Required Sources:

  • Quotes from all the articles you read in Rereading America
  • Research from four outside sources (use the library databases, no Wikipedia or random Google searches)

 

Books

Navigate to the Find Books tab and use the library catalog search box. 

OR

Connect to the catalog by viewing the books below:

  1. Click on the blue link or image to open the item record in the library catalog. Take note of the school location, call number, and status
  2. To find similar books, click on Catalog Record and look at the Subject Terms to see how the item was cataloged. 
  3. Click on the Subject Term to navigate to items cataloged with that term and view results. 

To begin a new search after viewing a book, click Search/Home on the top left bar. 

Databases

Individual Databases