April 4, 2008 Archives
Dashes, hyphens, miscellaneous (132-204). Write 2 separate agenda items.
Update, April 1:
The format for this portfolio follows the same as the last one.
Remember that your individual entries should include a link back to the page devoted to each reading.
Please pay special attention to interaction, especially in cases where you are the first one to leave a comment on a blog entry that sparks a long discussion. (So, seek out entries that have no comments, and try to get a discussion started.)
Feel free to include any extra blogging that you did.
Jeanine O'Neal on WB 2-5: OED and Urban Dictionary: well we's wuz supposed ta write deez blogs... so h
Erica Gearhart on Hamilton (189-215): "Rhymes may also occur within a line of poetry rat
Richelle Dodaro on Hamilton (189-215): http://blogs.setonhill.edu/RichelleDodaro/2008/04/
Kayley Dardano on Hamilton (189-215): Sentence variety - “A style in which too many of t
Katie Vann on Hamilton (189-215): "Meter is the recurring pattern of sounds that giv
Jessie Farine on Hamilton (189-215): Periodic sentence: a literary punch to the face.
Tiffany Gilbert on Hamilton (189-215): http://blogs.setonhill.edu/TiffanyGilbert/2008/04/
Stephanie Wytovich on Hamilton (189-215): how many of you think that syntax does not matter
Angela Palumbo on Hamilton (189-215): "Any variant foot within a line that consists pred