READ: Book talk x 2
WRITE: Quickwrite #16 – “Once Upon A Time. . . ” Start your page with these words and choose one of the picture options on today’s GClassroom to inspire your writing.
STUDY: Using a student-written example paper, let’s take a look at the cycle of claims, evidence/example, explanation and how YOU can use this technique/pattern to strengthen your research/sourced writing. Check the excerpt from Chapter 5 of Rosenwasser & Stephen’s Writing Analytically to further your understanding of claims, evidence, and how/why they are necessary.
VIDEO EXTRA: If you are looking at post-colonial perspective consider watching the Crash Course Sociology video below about “Cultural Patterns”
DEADLINES & REMINDERS: BOOK CLUB CRIT LIT ANALYSIS (see the video talk-through on yesterday’s GClassroom).
- Crit. Lit. ideas due no later than end of day Sunday 3/14 (GForm will be available on classroom on Friday)
- Full Draft with citations no later than end of day Friday 3/19
- Flipgrid screenshare read aloud for your WRITE CLUB group no later than end of day Sunday 3/21 (find the topic in your WRITE CLUB group Flipgrid)
- All 3 Notebook Pages with your BOOK CLUB target thoughts
- Memory Book short #3
UPCOMING: Friday OFFICE HOURS – If you have questions about this paper, ask them. Next week, expect an introduction to the after-spring-break multi-genre project and individual breakout conferring on your MLA citation technique progress.