Nothing new today – just reminders about what should be going on. (SWICs courses are officially online the rest of the semester, so make no mistake we still have things to accomplish).
- No weekend plans? Make some time to read – about 20 minutes per day.
- Also start thinking about topics you might like to explore for your multi-genre paper. We’ll be putting these to paper next week & sharing them.
- If you didn’t read “Crafting Narrative” or take a look at the multi-genre example papers, give that a go (some of my videos were accidentally set to “hidden” so they weren’t visible to you. Check out the Flipgrid (code rcmg20) to watch them & look at the posts from the last couple of days to check them out in more detail.
- Enjoy the great booktalks already posted and add yours to Flipgrid.
- And finalize that Hamlet paper if you haven’t already.
PLEASE take a look at these papers so you are not confused as to what multi-genre can be, how it can look, and where you might take it. This thinking will help you as you begin to develop your own topic possibilities. *Note that these papers do not specifically fit your criteria (they are just about getting a feel for multi-genre).
DEADLINES FROM PREVIOUS ASSIGNMENTS:
Rhetoric & Comp: Hamlet group papers no later than Sun. 3/22 (do some final copyedit, finish up the gaps in research, whatever…get me those awesome papers. Also, note that this would be a great time to catch up your memory book shorts if you haven’t been writing them. You already have those handouts (basic assignment on the course syllabus and chapters listed on the memory book paperwork).