Rhetoric & Comp – Monday, March 8th / Wednesday, March 10th
WRITE: Quickwrite #15 – Watch the animated short “Alma” and consider how you might view it from a Feminist / gendered lens. Spend 3 minutes thinking on the page in your writer’s notebook.
STUDY: Thinking about how Feminist theory operates, take a closer look with Crash Course Sociology’s look at Harriet Martineau & Gender Conflict Theory
VIDEO EXTRAS: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s TEd Talk / published essay ”We Should All Be Feminists” for perspective on what feminism is really about.
And for more focus of gender but not necessarily feminism, check out Crash Course’s video on Theories of Gender (the one on Sex & Sexuality is interesting too)
CREATE/SHARE: Breakout (for whoever is in the same hour w/ the same books) Rooms & Padlet Board creation for BOOK CLUB reads. Use your Notebook Page #3 to create post-its and to comment on/like the post-its of classmates. What surprised you? Feel free to “talk” about the ENTIRE book. Examine it as a whole, share your opinions, consider the ending. (Same link & password for your padlet board as last week. Be sure to SIGN IN to Padlet so your name appears on your posts & commentary).
You can also link here:
- 🔗Patron Saints of Nothing by Randy Ribay
- 🔗Barely Missing Everything by Matt Mendez
- 🔗With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo
- 🔗Love, Hate, & Other Filters by Samira Ahmed
- 🔗Wild by Cheryl Strayed
- 🔗Tradition by Brendan Kiely
- 🔗The 57 Bus by Dahska Slater
- 🔗Monday’s Not Coming by Tiffany D. Jackson
- 🔗The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline
- 🔗Paper Towns 1 by John Green
- 🔗Paper Towns 2 by John Green
- 🔗Internment by Samira Ahmed
NEW ASSIGNMENT/DEADLINE: BOOK CLUB CRIT LIT ANALYSIS (see the video talk-through on today’s GClassroom). Timeline for this paper will include ideas due no later than 3/14, a draft with citations no later than 3/19, and a Flipgrid screenshare read aloud for your WRITE CLUB group no later than 3/21.
- All 3 Notebook Pages with your BOOK CLUB target thoughts
- Memory Book short #3
UPCOMING: Tomorrow we’ll look at how a claims-evidence-explanation cycle can improve your research writing and take time to examine sources (primary & secondary). Next week, expect an introduction to the after-spring-break multi-genre project and individual breakout conferring on your MLA citation technique progress.