Presentation on theme: "Next Week, April 15 th Before Class Read lots of poetry online (see schedule) In Class Poetry and form crash course. Writer’s Link. Begin The Oral Tradition."— Presentation transcript:
Next Week, April 15 th Before Class Read lots of poetry online (see schedule) In Class Poetry and form crash course. Writer’s Link. Begin The Oral Tradition. PART OF FINAL QUIZ CREDIT! EVERYONE WILL PRESENT! WORKSHOP!
Hey: Exploit the flood for poems and stories! Exploit the flood for poems and stories! Use an unfortunate event to MAKE something! Use an unfortunate event to MAKE something!
Course Review 1.What are the aims of this class? What are we all trying to accomplish? What’s the course for? 2.What are the minimum requirements? 3.What is the grading scheme? 4.What will you hand in by May 15 th ? 5.What have you learned so far? Write a small essay & be specific. OR compile a list of items, using complete sentences.
Now peruse our course Homepage and other materials online… …and correct any errors or gaps in your previous responses. Save your document. Finally, go into BB Discussion Board, find the “Exercises and Miscellaneous” Forum, then the “Course Review” thread. Post your document there.
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Today’s Virtual Workshop COMPLETE No instructor feedback yet or general chat with writers.. Josh Rants: "Fear" Cassie Refling: "Archer's Maid" Reid Hartl: "Going Bananas" Jason Boerger: "Photo Shoot" Hattie Tysver: "Hands" Tyler Vossler: "A Random Thursday…“ Virtual Workshop INCOMPLETE These need regular workshop. (Those who did virtual critiques have received extra credit..) Hattie Tysver: Untitled ("She hated everything about him…") Emma Doerner: "No Title" Chelsea Clifton: "The Last Time" Chelsea Clifton: "After Life" and "After Life 2" Emma Doerner: "No Title Either“ New, Coming Up for Regular Workshop Josh Rants: "MJK: A Day in the Life" Tyler Vossler, "Father's Day" Katelin Dailey, "Six Degrees of Centaur"\ Tyler Vossler, "Fewer Words” Workshop Agenda
The Moped Army At first, the sound is faint. Retro-innovation mowing the lawn, Making its way across town, Ancient Italian technology, Inspiring confusion and awe, Mostly just confusion. Here they come, A testament to the two-stroke, Rusted engines attached to bicycles, Ridden by the modern hooligan Carrying bottles of hooch, And repair kits. Their wake is empty, Save for a passed out punk or two. They belong to nobody.
Anon. Semester Eval. How satisfied are you so far with the course? Am I communicating with you clearly enough? How well do you believe you are understanding course content? How would you rate your own performance in the class? All coursework completed to date? Workshopping energetically? Good attendance? Dynamic notebook? How satisfied is your invented character with this course?