Here is the reading for Poetics:
Here is a pdf of the play. If you miss a day of reading, you can catch up here.
Reinhold, Robert. "Ellsberg Yields, Is Indicted; Says He Gave Data to Press; Ellsberg, Surrendering, Says He Gave Data to Press." The New York Times 29 June 1971: A1.
Mazzetti, Mark and Michael S. Schmidt. "Ex-Worker at C.I.A. Says He Leaked Data on Surveillance." The New York Times 9 June 2013. Web.
Orwell, George. "Politics and the English Langugage." Occasions for Writing: Evidence, Idea Essay. Eds. Robert DiYanni and Pat C. Hoy. Thomson Wadsworth, 2008. 514-522.
Shimabukuro, Jon O. and L. Paige Whitaker. "Whistleblower Protection under Federal Law: An Overview." Congressional Research Service. 13 Sept. 2012.
Read the articles below to understand more about the Nature and Nurture debate.
Keep 2-column notes on what you read, dividing your pages into Nature and Nurture columns. Be sure to write the title of the article before taking notes on it. As you change articles, draw a line across the page and then record the next article's title. This way, you know specifically where your information came from.
Below is the key to the comments I made on your essays.
Each error will result in a reduction of points to your final grade on the essay.
In order to get the best grade possible, polish your essay before Friday!
Here are the two photographs we used for inspiration in Creative Writing today: