Sunday, November 17, 2019

Monday, November 18th

Dearest students: 
Be diligent and efficient today!  Create space for yourselves and your peers to accomplish your tasks! Bring your best selves to the table! 


TO-DO LIST
1. Finish and submit your research notes if you have not done so already!
2. Construct the bibliography for your project. Here are some guidelines.
3. Work on your rhetorical discourse project.
4. Read 1984Here is a link to the audiobook.
5. Get critique from a peer on your project draft?
Possible critique questions

6. HONORS  

  • If you are writing the second essay to improve your journal grade, it is due by the end of the week.  Here is a link to the response paper guidelines. Do the option you didn't do for the first one. 
  • It is also a good time to look ahead to the Rhetorical Analysis paper due in December.


Friday, November 15, 2019

Friday, November 15th

Research Notes: Turn them in!!!

Shall we call it a reading day?  
1984 Audiobook online 

Feel free to use your time for project work, but create an environment where others can read and work.

EXHIBITION CREW: Want to vision quest with me?

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Thursday, November 14th

Starter:  Reflect for a few minutes on where you are in the project and what you might
need feedback on. Write a focusing question for today’s “tune.”


Project Tune
In groups of 4, follow the steps to “tune” each other’s’ project ideas.  
Step 1:  Presenter shares draft and project ideas.  Presenter should also share struggles and a focusing question on which the group should center the tune.
Step 2.  Group members ask clarifying questions to better understand the project idea and where the presenter wants to take it.
Step 3.  Group members ask probing questions that help the presenter think more deeply about their project.
Step 4.  Group has a discussion about the project, addressing the focusing question  and sharing ideas. Presenter should take notes during this phase.
Step 5. Presenter should take a moment to verbally process what new ideas they might have about next steps and refinements.

Step 6. Rotate and repeat

After Tune: Add some reflection to your starter. What ideas/thoughts did I get out of today's tune? What are my next steps?

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Tuesday/Wednesday November 12-13

PROJECT WORK!!!!!
CONFERENCES!!!!!
1984!!!!!

Please have a working draft of your PROJECT (Part 3) by Thursday, November 14th for a project tune/critique.

If you have not done so already, please complete the PROJECT BRAINSTORM in preparation for your conference with Jessica today or tomorrow!

Monday, November 11, 2019

Monday, November 11th

START HERE:  Brainstorm the rhetorical appeals of your project!
This brainstorm will form the basis for this week's project conferences!  (Libby has hard copies!)


FOR YOUR REVIEW: 
The Rhetorical Situation
Aristotelian Appeals



WORK TIME:
Project Brainstorm
Make progress on your project (or at least your plans for it!)
Read 1984: Seminar on December 6th!

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Thursday, November 7th

Model Project: Noelle
(script)




CONFERENCES!


EXHIBITION MEETING?

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Wednesday, November 6th

Model Project: Acacia's
(script)

Why is this project rhetorically effective?
Logos, pathos, ethos?
How is it Rogerian?


CONFERENCES!