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Mrs. Sunkara's Contact and Office Hours

Remind.com and email (jsunkara@scusd.net) are the best ways to reach me (see below for instructions to join remind)

Office hours: By appointment during lunch (M, T, W, and F) or after school. Please note, after school hours have limited availability, but we can surely find time for a quick check-in. Phone #: (408) 423-2790

5th period: On your smartphone, go to rmd.at/4h4ekek9de OR Text @4h4ekek9de to 81010 and follow directions.

7th period: On your smartphone, go to rmd.at/k73k9f OR Text @k73k9f to 81010 and follow directions.

Parents are encouraged to sign up as well; please input your name as: 'Parent Name, Parent of Student Name'. 

AP Seminar

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AP Seminar

Ch3, They Say, I Say

All the instructions have been posted in the attached document. Read over the directions carefully first.
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Assigned: 09/11/19 Category: Assignment Points: 20 Due: 09/16/19

Ch3, They Say, I Say

All the instructions have been posted in the attached document. Read over the directions carefully first.
ATTACHMENTS
Assigned: 09/11/19 Category: Assignment Points: 20 Due: 09/16/19
Resources

The following are a list of important search engines, which you will be using extensively:

  1. A great resource for finding articles EBSCO: http://bit.ly/APCapstoneEBSCO
  2. GALE search database.

Useful resources:

  1. Blog associated with 'They Say, I Say' textbook: theysayiblog.com
  2. Ted Talks for education - we will be using these in our discussions from time to time: https://ed.ted.com/
  3. Examples for creating annotated working bibliographies.
  4. Neat set of short videos explain the ng difference between correlation and causation as well as some on spurious correlations.
  5. Set of spurious correlations to have fun with! :) http://www.tylervigen.com/spurious-correlations