Homework due today • Due for today • Read pages 359 (starting at Parklands come …) to 363 stopping at Green Buildings are … • Take notes and complete the 10% summary. Due in class Thursday! • FCA Type 4 Essay
Focus Correction Areas • FCA type 3Should euthanasia and eugenics be practiced by the government in order to control the population? • Write down these on your front cover page of your paper when you submit (yes, include point value). • The previous FCAs should already be included. These are new ones. 1.Thesis sentence contained in the first paragraph. The thesis is underlined (25 points)2.The first paragraph contains three points to support your thesis (25 points)3.The first paragraph does not contain any personal statements such as (I, we, my, our,…) (25 points)4.Absolutely no contractions (such as can‘t, won‘t, shouldn‘t,….) (25 points)
Focus Correction Areas • I will pair you up with a partner to do the following: • 1. Read your paper out loud to yourself. • 2. Then out loud to your partner • 3. Then your partner will read it for those FCAs. • 4. Then you & your partner are to go over the edits. • Did the author meet the guidelines (FCA’s)? Grade it • What are something that should be address but not covered by the FCAs?
Focus Correction Areas • FCA type 3 Should euthanasia and eugenics be practiced by the government in order to control the population? • Exchange: • Alfredo & Angie & Damon • Kyle & Vega • Todd & Jeremy • Did the author meet the guidelines (FCA’s)? Grade it • What are something that should be address but not covered by the FCAs?
Homework due Thursday • FCA type 4 Should euthanasia and eugenics be practiced by the government in order to control the population? • Write down these on your front cover page of your paper when you submit (yes, include point value).1.The three supporting points are numbered in the introductory paragraph (25 points)2. Each paragraph in the main body of the essay has a supporting point numbered (25 points)3. Each paragraph has proper capitalization (25 points)4. Proper tense, and proper punctuation (commas, semi-colons and periods. (25 points)
Zoning - good or bad? • Zoning = classifies areas for different types of development and land use a means to guide what gets built where • Opponents say that its restrictions violate individual freedoms • Proponents say government can set limits for the good of the community and prevent the wrong-doer from harming the area.
Blight • What is “urban blight”? • Answer: noun • (sociology) the decay and deterioration of an urban area due to neglect or age. • What is the impact?
Classwork • Topics to detail: • At your tables read pages 350 starting with The Science behind the impacts of Sprawl • What is the true impact of blight? • What diseases / conditions are associated with blight? • Lead poisoning is one of the biggest
Table work • Table # 1- Read pages 353 - 355 • As a table explain these two concepts (take notes) Zoning & planning. Be ready to explain to the other group • Table # 2- Read pages 357 – 359 stopping at Parks. As a table explain these two concepts (take notes) New Urbanism & transportation Urban ecology & Green buildings. Be ready to explain to the other group
Table work • At your tables write down these concepts, come up with definitions and then be ready to explain them. • Urban sustainability, Urban centers suffer and export pollution (P.360) • Diagram on 362 – understand it and what it means • Urban ecology & Green buildings (P. 362-363)