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1B Peer Review and Final Exam

Due Today Rough Draft of Causal Analysis for peer review Grading Criteria Clarity of Thought. Clearly defined the subject of analysis and the cause/effect that is explored. Critical Thinking. Can write reasonably and logically, exploring the causal relationships. Appropriate tone and organization for a causal analysis.  Sources and use of sources to support the analysis with evidence. Appropriate title and […]

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1B Week 8 Journal

Due Friday 12/8/2017 by Midnight For the final Reading Journal look for something related to Frankenstein, monsters, your final essay, anything monstrous, or anything we have done so far in this course.  Consider Monster Thesis 5: The monster polices the borders of the possible. We create monsters when we take them out of their own environment. Think of Dinosaurs out […]

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Class cancelled Tuesday 12/5

Class Cancelled today. Sorry everyone the wind and fires led to freeway closures, can’t make it in today. Check out the post for today, it should help with structure. Bring a rough draft on Thursday.

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1B Frankenstein and Structure

Quick Write What has been your greatest achievement? Think about why you did it? We are not gonna share, I just want you to think about this, we will get back to it later.  Annotated Bib is Due today.  Frankenstein We watched the 1994 Frankenstein movie by Kenneth Branagh as well as a lecture on Frankenstein: Frankenstein: Defining the Monster. Mary […]

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1B Causal Relationships and Slasher Films

Quick Write Why did Ed Gein commit those murders? Charting Cause and Effect Let us chart the causes and effects of a monster.  Tips Don’t jump to conclusions Appreciate your limits. We don’t know why so we have to follow the evidence from effect to cause. Offer sufficient evidence for claims Slasher Films Understanding Causal Relationships As a class, we […]

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1B Intro to Causal Analysis and “Real” Monsters

Reflection Think back on the process of writing the monster evaluation and write a short note about what you learned from the process. What do you identify as the strengths and weaknesses of your paper? What do you like about the essay, and where did you struggle? Take 4 minutes and comment below your essay.  Quick Write Imagine that you […]

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1B Week 7 Journal

Week 7 Journal Response Week 7 runs Monday 11/28/2017 to Friday  12/1/2017  This week we are studying “Real” monsters. For this week, I want you to consider what makes a “real” monster? Serial killers, mass murderers, spree killings, slasher films, etc. How do we create real monsters? How do we use monstrosity to separate us from those we do not […]

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1B Week 6 Journal

For this week, focus on either a fallacy you notice in media or a Monster in popular media. You can search for monster and see what comes up or what have you. It needs to be approximately 250 words in length. It should include a summary of the source and your response to it. Apply the things we have been […]

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1B Collaborating and Fallacy Presentations

Quick Write Collaboration vs. Team Work How well did you group collaborate? What grade do you deserve and why? Email me the evaluation of your project.  Purpose of Evaluations Let’s look at an example evaluation for a movie.  The Hunger Games: EW Review What do you think is the purpose of the evaluation?  Evaluations: What is it and Why do […]

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1B Monster Culture (Seven Theses) Notes

Notes on Monster Culture (Seven Theses)  Class 1B Fall 2017 notes 11/14/2017 2:30 pm Jeffrey Jerome Cohen – Monster Culture (Seven Theses) (p. 3-20) Thesis I: The Monster’s body is a Cultural Body Each culture will produce their own monsters and their own versions of monsters. “The monstrous body is pure culture” (4). Thesis II: The Monster Always Escapes No matter […]

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1B Analyzing Monsters and Evaluations

Quick Write Write as many monsters as you can think of.  Brainstorm List of Monsters Let’s come up with a big list of monsters. Dracula as Palimpsest pal·imp·sest a manuscript or piece of writing material on which the original writing has been effaced to make room for later writing but of which traces remain. something reused or altered but still […]

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1B Intro to Monster Theory and Fallacy Project

Reflection Rhetorical Analysis Grading Criteria: Clarity of Thought Critical Thinking MLA, Sources, Annotations Images and Title Conclusion, Lesson, Takeaways Keeping the grading criteria in mind, reflect on the Rhetorical Analysis. What grade do you deserve and why? Quick Write Write your own definition of the word Monster. Monster Culture (Seven Theses) Our purpose for the first half of class is […]

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1B Week 5 Journal Response

This week we have been learning about monster theory. For the journal this week, look for something related to monsters, or the theory we have been talking about. It can be a Halloween post, or it could be related to a movie, book, show, etc. Get creative this week. Whatever text you choose, try to connect it to our monster […]

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1B Developing Arguments and Intro to Fallacies

Quick Write What is a fallacy? What ones are you familiar with? Intro to Fallacies Your textbook has a good list of fallacies beginning on page 352. This is a good place to start researching for your fallacy project. More details will be provided on Monday. Here is an example of a fallacy used to persuade. Why do we say […]

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1B Audience and Purpose

Quick Write What do you think professors mean when we say audience? Why do you think it matters? Ethos Ethos is about values. In rhetoric we connect ethos to character, credibility, and trustworthiness. At their core, these concepts have to do with values. We tend to believe and trust those individuals who exemplify the values we cherish, who live the sort of […]

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1B Week 4 Journal Response

Locate an article, news report, or social media post to respond to. You can also respond to any of the articles or topics discussed in the class. First, summarize what the post is saying and what you understand them to be arguing. Second, respond to the article with what we have been learning in class. Point out fallacies if you […]

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1B Analyzing Arguments and Clarity

Quick Write Write for a couple minutes on the quote above. Deliberately Target Your Purpose Thinking is always guided by purposes. Your purpose is whatever you try to accomplish; goals and objectives.  Figure out what you are after and how you are seeking it. Does what you do match with what you want to accomplish.  Examine personal goals, economic goals, […]

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1B Rhetorical Analysis

Essay 2: Rhetorical Analysis  You will argue for your interpretation of the text.  Rhetorical Analysis A rhetorical analysis of a text examines a text rhetorically. The meaning of the word text depends on how creative you want to get. A text can be a book, article, consumer product, movie, advertisement, or commercial, to name a few. For this assignment you will pick a […]

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1B Visual Rhetoric and Empathy 

Quick Write Think about how you engage with media in an average day. Write for three minutes listing where you encounter the various visual forms. 1. We live in a Visual Culture We live in a visual culture. We are saturated in images at nearly every moment of our waking lives. For this reason, it is important to develop critical […]

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1B Week 3 Journal Response

Locate an article, news report, or social media post to respond to. You can also respond to any of the articles or topics discussed in the class. First, summarize what the post is saying and what you understand them to be arguing. Second, respond to the article with what we have been learning in class. Point out fallacies if you […]

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1B Critical Reading and Bias

Quick Write Write for 3 minutes on this quote.   Burke’s “Unending Conversation” Metaphor Kenneth Burke writes: Imagine that you enter a parlor. You come late. When you arrive, others have long preceded you, and they are engaged in a heated discussion, a discussion too heated for them to pause and tell you exactly what it is about. In fact, […]

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1B Journal Response Week 2

Locate an article, news report, or social media post to respond to. First, summarize the text, explaining how you are understanding what they are saying. Then, respond to the article.

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1B Integrity and “Pastafarianism”

Quick Write What is Integrity? Look it up, define it, and write about it for a few minutes. Are you a person of integrity? Integrity and Hypocrisy What is hypocrisy? Is hypocrisy bad? Rep. Tim Murphy from Pennsylvania. 1st Amendment The Bill of Rights is the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution The 1st Amendment The Fine Art of […]

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1B Critical Thinking and Ignorance

Critical comes from the Greek word krinein, meaning “to separate, to choose”; above all, it implies conscious inquiry (4). Conscious also means to be awake or aware. This suggests that by examining our reasoning, we can understand the basis of our judgments and decisions – ultimately, so that we can make better ones.  Issue: Gay Marriage Licenses In a 2015 case from […]

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1B Week 1 Journal Response

Comment below with a link to your article or social media post and then respond to it.  Look at the use of Ethos, Logos, and Pathos. What are they using to convince others? Who is their audience?

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1B Intro and Syllabus

What is Critical Thinking? Quality of Thinking, Quality of Life Vocabulary Egocentric Fallacy Validity Credibility Evidence What would someone have to say to convince you to change your mind? Write for two minutes. Four Defining Traits of a Game Goal. The outcome that the players will work to achieve. It focuses attention and gives you a sense of purpose. Rules. […]

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Class Intro to Rhetorical Analysis

Call Me, Beep Me Rhetorical Analysis Smell Like Matthew McConaughey – Rhetorical Analysis

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OBOC Event Reply

Comment below with what the event was about and how it connects to our book. One to two paragraphs. 

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Class Lit Analysis Revision

Peer Review Formal Style. You should use a formal style for this assignment. Look for the use of I, you, me and give suggestions on how to remove them. The writer should maintain a third person perspective. MLA Style. Make sure you are citing in MLA style. A quote from Eleanor & Park on page 100 would look like this (Rowell 100). […]

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Class Lit Analysis Structure and Evidence

Masterpiece Comics Re-imagine this book as a comic book. What comic book would it be? What superheroes would the characters be? Who would be the villain? What comic book themes would we need to address? Take a few minutes and come up with a list of comics, superheroes, and villains that would work for our novel.  Creating Structure How To […]

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Literary Analysis Proposal

You can analyze a character, theme, or any of the items we will discuss in class. Pick something that interests you. An effective proposal has a narrow focus, clear thesis, includes primary claims, and context for why you think this is important to write about. Make sure you are annotating your book as you read so that you can easily […]

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Class Character and Scene Analysis

Across Medium Cast the actors in a movie version of the novel. Who would you pick to play. Explain why you would cast them. What did you take into consideration? Draw a Comic Draw a scene that is important to the chapter, character, or theme you choose to write about. Add text of important lines or details.  Topics There are […]

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Discussion: Book of Unknown Americans

This is a general discussion post for the novel, The Book of Unknown Americans.  This is a great place to post your observations as you read as well as questions you might have. Comment below to continue the discussion that we started in class. You can also respond to another class mate. If you know the answer to a question […]

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OBOC Truth Be Told

For extra credit, you can attend the Truth Be Told panel on Wednesday, September 20th at 12:30 to 1:50 pm. See image for full details. You have to have proof you went, a handout or a picture of you at the event and write up a short description of what you learned and how it connects to the book we […]

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Argument Reflection and Intro to Literary Analysis

Reflection Reflect on the writing process for your argument.  What are the strengths and weaknesses? What did you do well? Where did you struggle? Author Extension Place yourself into the mind of the author. What is her purpose in writing this novel? What is she trying to accomplish? Write a new chapter from her perspective. Create your own character. What […]

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Class Solution Revision

MLA In-Text MLA Style Manual Handbook MLA: In-Text Citations (8th edition, 2016) Video How would you cite this page in-text in MLA? How would you cite it if their was no visible author? If it had two authors? If it had three authors? MLA Works Cited Video MLA Style: Lost of Works Cited (8th Edition, 2016) MLA Style 8th edition quick guide Cite […]

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Solution Argument Proposal

Write one paragraph below explaining your project. Consider: Problem Topic Research Question Audience Possible solution  

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Intro to Arguments

Quick Write What would someone have to do to change your opinion on something? Intro to Arguments Language is an art form. Here is the Wikipedia definition of Rhetoric. Rhetoric is the art of discourse, wherein a writer or speaker strives to inform, persuade or motivate particular audiences in specific situations. Aristotle’s definition of rhetoric “The faculty of observing, in any given case, the available […]

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Literacy So What?

Comment with your so what.

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Literacy Narrative Revision

Comment below with the changes you are going to make to your literacy narrative. 

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Literacy Proposal

Write a proposal for the literacy narrative. Questions to consider for the proposal.  What literacy are you going to focus on? How did you learn it? Who helped you to learn it? What moment or scene are you going to focus on? Email me or comment below with a one to two paragraph proposal. 

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Artifact Narrative

Write an short introduction to your artifact.  Title here is a list First second third bold Comment below.

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First Day of Class

Great job everyone. Keep it up.  Comment below with your literacy.

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Class Malcolm X

Today, we read a literacy narrative from someone you may have heard about before.  Malcolm X  Learning to Read from the Autobiography of Malcolm X Activity Activity 2 Write Homework

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Final Grades are Ready, Check iGradePlus

Hey everyone, All the assignments have been graded and entered. Before I submit final grades, please check your iGradeplus to make sure you are not missing any points.  If you feel you are missing points, please provide evidence so that I can adjust your grade. Otherwise, final grades will be entered by Saturday. Thanks and have a good summer.

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5:30 Class Final Tuesday 5pm

The Final for 5:30 class is on Tuesday 5/16/2017 at 5:00. First, thank you everyone, it has been a pleasure to be your professor. Grades will be posted soon. Check iGradePlus for final grades. In-Class Final The final for this class consists of two short reflective letters.  The purpose is to reflect about what you have learned in this course.  […]

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Final 3:30 Thursday

Thursday 5/11/2017 at 2:15 Final for English 1A at 3:30 The Final for 5:30 class is on Tuesday 5/16/2017 at 5:00. Final The final for this class consists of two short reflective letters.  The purpose is to think about what you have learned in this course.  Submit your essays here, copy and paste them into the form.   

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Class 5/9 Presentations and Turn In

Today is our last official day of class. Post your final drafts to the class blog. Make sure to tag it with the appropriate categories, 1A and 3:30 or 5:30 class time.  Turn in your rough drafts, research worksheets, and outlines if not already posted. These are all worth points.  We will present the papers in class. Tell us: Topic […]

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Class 5/4 Revision: Vibrant Sentences

Due Revised Draft of the Solution Argument Essay Vibrant Sentences Pick either the introduction or the conclusion to revise. Work on adding vibrant language to the paragraph. Experiment with rhetorical devices like: Parallelism – refers to using elements in sentences that are grammatically similar or identical in structure, sound, meaning, or meter. This technique adds symmetry, effectiveness and balance to […]

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Class 5/2 MLA and Peer Review

Due Solution Argument Rough Draft MLA In-Text MLA Style Manual Handbook MLA: In-Text Citations (8th edition, 2016) Video How would you cite this page in-text in MLA? How would you cite it if their was no visible author? If it had two authors? If it had three authors? MLA Works Cited Video MLA Style: Lost of Works Cited (8th Edition, 2016) MLA Style […]

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Class 4/27 Outlines and Checklist

Due Today Introductory paragraph and outline for your solution essay.  Matt Bors Millenials Argument Can we stop worrying about Millenials yet? What is Bors argument? How does he provide support for his argument? How does he make use of the medium?  Outline How detailed is your outline? Do you have the reasons and evidence figured out? Make sure to connect […]

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Class 4/25 Solution Examples and Structure

One example of a solution argument essay that we have previously discussed in this class is “The Danger of a Single Story” by Chimamanda Adichie.   To quote a CNN article on the Danger of a Single Story: Nigerian author Chimamanda Adichie believes in the power of stories, and warns that hearing only one about a people or nation leads […]

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Class 4/20 Pathos and Fallacies

Logically Fallacious by Bo Bennett Intro to Fallacies Key Terms Argument: A conclusion together with the premises that support it. Premise: A reason offered as support for another claim. Conclusion: A claim that is supported by a premise. Valid: An argument whose premises genuinely support its conclusion. Unsound: An argument that has at least one false premise. Fallacy: An argument […]

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Class 4/18 Audience and Ethos

Fallacies Intro Hasty Generalization – Drawing a conclusion based on a small sample size, rather than looking at statistics that are much more in line with the typical or average situation. Jumping to conclusions. Where stereotypes come from. Example #1: “Easter was originally a pagan fertility goddess celebration. Therefore, if  you celebrate Easter you are worshiping Satan.” Example #2: “My father […]

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Class 4/13 Argument Analysis of Casso

Due Post your Literary Analysis today. Hand in your rough draft or email it.  Casso “Worth the Lie” Take 10-15 minutes to review the article. Work in groups of 2 or 3. Winner will get a reward.  What is Casso’s argument? How does Casso support the argument he is making? Find examples of ethos, pathos, and logos.  Notes: Sort of […]

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Class 4/11 Time Machine and Euphemisms

Evaluate Your Analysis Evaluate your literary analysis using the Rubric. Five categories, each between 0-3. Then, assign a score.  Past Important Issues We can all remember a time when we were discussing an important issue and our words came out wrong. Later, we can often compose a perfect argument in our heads  and wish we could go back in time […]

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Class 4/6 Workshop and Intro to Arguments

Peer Review Formal Style. You should use a formal style for this assignment. Look for the use of I, you, me and give suggestions on how to remove them. The writer should maintain a third person perspective. MLA Style. Make sure you are citing in MLA style. A quote from Eleanor & Park on page 100 would look like this […]

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Class 4/4 Analysis Structure and Evidence

Due Revised draft of Literary Analysis Masterpiece Comics Re-imagine this book as a comic book. What comic book would it be? What superheroes would Eleanor and Park be? Who would be the villain? What comic book themes would we need to address? Take a few minutes and come up with a list of comics, superheroes, and villains that would work […]

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Class 3/30 Quick Write

Notes Make sure to meet the basic requirements of an assignment. Easy points to get. Chips and Salsa Don’t you hate it when you have too much of one and not enough of the other? There has to be the appropriate amount of chips to salsa for it to work, to taste good. Examples Great Introduction Great quotes Great Images […]

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Class 3/28 Argumentative Thesis

Surveys Let’s fill out the Museum surveys before we begin. Eleanor & Park 35-58 We finished Eleanor & Park for today. Write a short summary of a chapters so that it will be easier to find key scenes.  Thesis Statements TWO FAIRLY EASY WAYS TO CREATE AN ARGUABLE THESIS: 1) Use “should”, “must”, “needs to” to reveal the imperative that […]

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Class 3/23 E&P Summaries

Eleanor & Park We read Chapters 23 – 34 for today. (p. 139 – 207) Pick a chapter and summarize the main plot points. This will help everyone when we begin looking for scenes to analyze.  Two people per chapter. Comment below with your summary

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Class 3/23 Scene Analysis

Eleanor & Park We read Chapters 23 – 34 for today. (p. 139 – 207) Pick a chapter and summarize the main plot points. This will help everyone when we begin looking for scenes to analyze.  Two people per chapter.  Characters Eleanor Park Richie Sabrina (Eleanor’s mom) Jamie Sheridan  (Park’s dad) Mindy  Tina Steve Josh Ben, Maisie, Mouse, and Richie […]

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One Book One College Event

Here is a link to the One Book One College events page. Give some details about the event you went to.  In 200 words describe how this event connects to the book. What does it help you understand about the book? Comment below with your response to receive credit. 

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Class 3/21 Eleanor & Park

Eleanor & Park Across Time  What would change in Eleanor & Park if it took place in the 90s? Today? Across Medium Cast the actors in a movie version of the novel. Who would you pick to play:   Eleanor Douglas Park Sheridan Richie Sabrina a.k.a. Eleanor’s Mom Jamie Sheridan, Park’sDad Mindy, Park’s Mom Tina Steve Josh  Ben, Maisie, Mouse, […]

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Class 3/9 Begin Novel and Wignall Trip

Eleanor & Park We read the first 15 chapters today for class. What were some of the things that stood out to you? Why did the author start out with the opening scene on the bus? Characters and Themes Lets come up with a list of characters and themes from the novel. Anything else you noticed? Wignall Museum We will […]

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Class Revising and Publishing Report

Due Today: Final Draft of Report We will post the reports to the class blog. I added a plugin so you can embed many different file types. Click Add Document next to the Add Media button. Upload and select the file to insert. Preview to see how it will display. Revising You Own Work Revise to see the big picture […]

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Class 3/2 Style and Media

Free Write Why do you think we started this class with a Literacy Narrative and now a Report? Why these assignments? Report Grading Criteria Criteria 0-3 Explanation Use of Sources     Depth of Topic     Presents information objectively     MLA/APA citation & Works Cited     Grammar, Word Choice, Spelling     Use of images     […]

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Class 2/28 Report Peer Review

Due Today: Rough Draft for Peer Review The way I think of the report is as describing a larger conversation. You are presenting a conversation from multiple perspectives, which is why we are using at least five sources.  Using Sources What are the ways you can use sources in your report? Explain Provide information Examples Credibility Quotes Research data Ideas! […]

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Class MLA Style

Annotated Bibliography Chapter 11 in our textbook explains the purpose of an annotated bib. An annotated bib is a works cited or references page with additional information added to each citation. You begin with the correct reference citation for your sources. For this assignment we will have at least five sources.  Here is a good explanation of citations in MLA. […]

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Class 2/21 Report Audience and Research

Due Today: List of Research Sources Envisioning an Audience Who is the audience that will be reading this report? One thing to consider when writing in any genre, is to consider who the audience is going to be. Every genre can and will have a different audience that needs to be addressed when writing. What is this person looking for? […]

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Class 2/16 Thesis and Sources

Due Today: Thesis Statement for Report Due Today: Learning Center Stamp 1 for DLA Thesis  What is the purpose of a thesis statement? Where does it go? Why do you need one? Compose a complete sentence. Make a significant claim or assertion. Write a declarative sentence, not a question. Expect to change or add to your thesis. Introduce thesis early […]

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Class 2/14 Report Research

Due Today: Research Question(s) Discussion Chapter 2, Report. Focus for today is 1. Structure p. 52 and 2. Style and Design p. 57. Chapter 42, Summarizing Sources. Why are summaries important? Where or how should you use summary in the report? Chapter 43, Paraphrasing Sources. What are some reasons to use paraphrase versus summary? What is the difference between the two? […]

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Class 2/9 Report Purpose and Research

Chapter 2 Reports Focus on exploring purpose and topic. p. 47  The purpose of the next assignment is to present information. Basically, present the research you do on a topic of your choice. The topic and type of report is completely up to you. Reports can be as different as a news report and an infographic.  What we need to […]

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Class 2/7 Intro to Report

Due Today Today the final draft of the Literacy Narrative is due. I will begin grading them using the rubric we developed.  Reminder The first DLA is due before Thursday Feb. 16th. Attend a workshop, or complete a DLA. Literacy Reflection Now that we are all done with the first assignment, literacy narrative, let us reflect on the assignment and […]

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Class 2/2 Reflection on Narrative

Updated the syllabus with a pdf version that looks nice. Check it out under the 1A Syllabus page.  Grading Rubric The grading rubric for the Narrative will use six criteria for scoring. 0 to 3 scale.  Use of Literacy Narrative structure/ Organization Use of Dialogue Use of Images Effective Title Grammar/Spelling/ Word Count Comment Read and comment on at least […]

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Class Metaphors and Images

The Revised Draft of your Narrative is Due Today. This should be draft 2 or 3. We will be revising today focusing on images and metaphors. Grading Rubric Let’s look at the Literacy Narrative writing prompt.  We will come up with a grading rubric together as a class.  Metaphors of Life We use metaphors to help people understand what we […]

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Class Outline and Revision

The outline for your literacy narrative is due today. Typed or printed neatly. Hand in or email to me. We are going to be focusing on precise language today. Sometimes communication can go wrong. Don’t be like these guys. Be aware of how you can possibly be misunderstood. Use careful, specific language! Only be vague when you want to be. Outlines […]

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Class 1/24 Literacy Narratives

Rough Drafts of Literacy Narratives due today! Email me a copy if you do not come to class for the points. Updated the class calendar. Learning Spanish http://hdl.handle.net/2374.DALN/2208 What is the take away from her narrative? What is the point of yours? Rediscovering Reading http://daln.osu.edu/handle/2374.DALN/2944 Talks about his trajectory as a reader—from early reading experience and success in reading contests; […]

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1A 5:30 Literacy Sponsor

Comment below with the intro to your literacy sponsor.

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1A HW Literacy Narrative Rough Draft

For the first paper, you have to tell a story about having to learn something. A Literacy Narrative tells a story about something you have learned. We have written two introductions to possible literacy narratives. Your homework is to expand either of the two introductions into a rough draft of a literacy narrative. The specifics for the literacy narrative. 1,000 […]

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1A 3:30 Literacy Sponsor

Comment below with the intro to your literacy sponsor.

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1A HW – 1/17

Homework Readings. To be caught up you should read Chapter 1, Chapter 25, and the Narratives Pequeno (p. 21) and Satrapi (p. 27). Everything is from our textbook, How to Write Anything. We will be discussing the Satrapi narrative on Thursday as well as working on writing narratives. Textbooks How to Write Anything with Readings 3rd Edition is available on […]

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1A 5:30 Literacy Introduction

Comment below with the introduction to your literacy narrative.

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Literacy Introduction 1A 3:00

Comment below with your introduction to a literacy you had to learn.

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1A Dreamers Club

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