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Assignment/Due Date Calendar

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Assignment/Due Date Calendar

Wed/Thurs, Sept 16-17: Country Choices Due

Monday, September 28: Rough draft of topic due

Wednesday, September 30: Final Topics/Questions Of due

Friday, October 2: Topics/Questions of decided on by chairs

Wednesday, October 21: Rough draft of resolution for Security Council due to SC chair

Friday, October 23: Rough draft of resolution due to caucus leader

Monday, October 26: Resolutions returned to delegates (with corrections)

Monday, October 26: First draft of position papers due

Friday October 30: Final resolution due for grade (with corrected drafts)

Friday, November 6: First draft of persuasive speech due

Monday, November 9: Final draft of position papers due

Monday, November 9: Final Speeches Due

Mon-Wed. November 9-11: Speeches presented in class (for grade)

Friday, November 14: Final Resolutions Due (ready for publication)

Both a hard copy to your teacher and an electronic copy to your caucus leader and OSCAR

Monday, November16: Resolutions posted


Note: Saturday attendance is required. See Garrett/Swanson by September 17th if you think there might be a conflict.

These are strict due dates. If you are going to be absent for any reason, let your caucus leader and teacher know in advance and get the assignment turned in before your absence or email it to or . Assignments are due on these dates regardless of when you have class (i.e. M-W-F classes or T-Th-F classes).

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