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I. Name Game (Marissa, Dan, Casey, Josh, Chris, Joe, and Vlad....today and Tuesday are your last chances to shiiiiine!)

 

II. Writing Prompt: "Every Writer's Mind is a Household Containing Three Personalities"

 

III. A Reminder about Drafting

Save all drafts because you will need to make a DRAFT GALLERY for every mainpage of your ePortfolio (which we start next week) 

 

IV. Setting Our Own Standards: From Methods to Methodology

  • If you do not receive the full 8 points, please revise and resubmit for Tuesday's class
  • If you received the full 8 points but want to still revise for more feedback on the ePort or publication, please submit your piece on Tuesday also (for one extra credit point)
  • All re-submissions must include: correct in-text citations and APA bibliography, abstract & keywords, and FULL revisions; use the samples from Michael and Kelley for your revisions

PLEASE CHOOSE A FACILITATOR, NOTETAKER & SPEAKER FOR GROUPWORK TODAY!

Team Kelley: Portraiture

Team Michael:

Grounded Theory

INDIVIDUALLY

  1. Read all of Kelley's piece (Carmen did some editing; mistakes belong to Carmen)
  2. Read the last page about portraiture
  3. Circle and take notes about the ways that Kelley is doing portraiture here
  4. Discuss what else you would like Kelley to tell you (you are NOT correcting the essay!)

 

INDIVIDUALLY

  1. Read all of Michael's piece (Carmen did some editing; mistakes belong to Carmen)
  2. Read the last page about grounded theory
  3. Circle and take notes about the ways that Michael is doing grounded theory here
  4. Discuss what else you would like Michael to tell you (you are NOT correcting the essay!)

AS A COLLECTIVE, TAKE 1 SET OF GROUP NOTES THAT:

  1. Explains what portraiture is in your own words
  2. Explains how Kelley accomplishes portraiture
  3. Includes 2-3 sentences that insert into Kelley's research her connection to portraiture

AS A COLLECTIVE, TAKE 1 SET OF GROUP NOTES THAT:

  1. Explains what grounded theory is in your own words
  2. Explains how Michael accomplishes grounded theory
  3. Includes 2-3 sentences that insert into Michael's research his connection to grounded theory
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Please remember to submit notes from earlier.

 

V. INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW PROJECT: Our "Beloved World"

This project fulfills the Creative Non-Fiction (CNF) requirement of the program. We will add a web 2.0 tool to our project and compete with our honors peers across the country.  For an example of web 2.0 expectations for an ePortfolio page, we will use Yodalin's publicaton on DIGITAL SPECTRUM. Our web 2.0 tool will be a simple, easy PPT turned into a movie, like the Sotomayor interactive.  Click here for the FULL overview of this project.

 

The 3 Phases of this Project

  • Phase One: Writing and Designing (today)
  • Phase Two: Creating the Web 2.0 Tool that is embedded to the ePort (Tuesday)
  • Phase Three: FULL ePortfolio Posting (post-break)

VI. Personal Narrative VS. Neighborhood Sketch VS Selfie-Project

Which did you choose and why?  What did you think of your reading?

 

VII. Planning Time (submit this sketch with your written vignette)

  1. Come up with your title and first page
  2. Draw out your first vignette.  Decide the background.
  3. Write out your first overview.

VIII. Meet in Writing Groups

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