If we were in class, I have a couple of binders with about 15 different student written multi-genre papers from previous years that you are able to look at in groups or on your own. So far, I’ve shared 6 of these papers (with permission to share student work). If you’d like a look at more creations to see what others have done with this assignment, here are a few more. Again, notice the visual layout, the length of the whole and the parts, the overall format used, the thread or “glue” (aka unifying element) that holds pieces together, and the order (or rather the variety of ordered possibilities) these genres occur. Watch for the “required” items and the extra ones that students chose to include. You can find both pdf for read-thru here and videos with a quick run-through on the Flipgrid site (use codes I gave out last week).
Tomorrow, you can expect to see examples of the different genres, both required and ideas for optional ones you could try.