help: January 2008 Archives
For every assigned text in the course that gets its own item on the Outline page, including an article, a section from a book, or some other document, I am asking every student to use the RRRR sequence contribute to an online discussion.
First we will start out simply posting a comment to the appropriate page on the course website.
But once everyone has had some time to experiment with the SHU weblog system, I'm asking for everyone to employ the following four-step process, designed to prepare for a productive online discussion.
If you look at the top of this page and click the "Outline" tab, you'll see the list of all the readings and due dates.
If you're ever feel unsure of what to do on a particular assignment, or you're working ahead and you would like for me to flesh out a particular page, just send me an e-mail or post a comment on the blog, and I'll tend to it as soon as I can.
Deana Kubat on Hamilton (68-97): http://blogs.setonhill.edu/DeanaKubat/2008/02/i_ch
Erica Gearhart on O'Connor, "The Life You Save May Be Your Own": "After a few minutes there was a guffawing peal of
Stephanie Wytovich on O'Connor, "The Life You Save May Be Your Own": Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom? Osiris and t
Deana Kubat on O'Connor, "The Life You Save May Be Your Own": http://blogs.setonhill.edu/DeanaKubat/2008/02/wann
Ally Hall on O'Connor, "The Life You Save May Be Your Own": http://blogs.setonhill.edu/AllisonHall/2008/02/wha
Ally Hall on Hamilton (68-97): http://blogs.setonhill.edu/AllisonHall/2008/02/a_t
Stephanie Wytovich on Hamilton (68-97): Everyone tells you to watch what you say. But who
Richelle Dodaro on Hamilton (68-97): "An allusion is a passing reference in a work of l
Richelle Dodaro on O'Connor, "The Life You Save May Be Your Own": "'A body and a spirit,' he repeated. 'The body, la