April 7, 2008 Archives
Update: We've actually already read the poems I wanted to assign on this day. Nothing to see here... move along.
As I mentioned in class in late March, I'm not actually requiring a revision of your professional portfolio. If you would like to meet with me to discuss further changes you can make, please feel free to do so.
I'm leaving this part of the exercise on the syllabus just as a reminder that your professional documents will always be developing, and that every day is a chance for you to make a change ("Start today!") that can affect your future career.
There's nothing to download.
Write a parody of an existing sonnet.
Include the "real" sonnet and your parody on a single piece of paper, with a brief explanation of your accomplishment.
Bring a printout to class.
Angela Palumbo on A clever blank-verse entry on your blog.: My Stream of Consciousness is shallow. http://blo
Greta Carroll on Hamilton (150-188): Ok, ok, I admit it, planning before writing is imp
Deana Kubat on Portfolio 2: Its all finally starting to sink in! http://blogs
Dennis G. Jerz on Portfolio 2: Wow... just the titles of your links have already
Chelsea Oliver on Hamilton (189-215): One foot, two foot, red foot, blue foot. http://bl
Chelsea Oliver on Hamilton (150-188): Syntax vs. Lincoln Jr/Sr High School http://blogs.
Ethan Shepley on WB 2-3: Sonnet Parody: Do we have to use the same rhyme scheme as the poe
Dennis G. Jerz on WB 2-3: Sonnet Parody: Jeanine, I'm sorry if this page wasn't clear, but
Dennis G. Jerz on