October 13, 2010 Archives

Respond to a literary argument.
Assigned Text:

From Sunup to Sundown

Pages 19-29 of our Huck Finn text (the one with ISBN 039598078X).

If you have been keeping up with your blogging, this should only take you a short while to compile. If you've fallen behind, this assignment is a chance for you to catch up.

Now that we have been blogging for some time, I am asking you to start thinking reflectively and critically about how the ideas you have expressed in your blog have affected your learning. As part of that process, this portfolio asks you to sort your blogging into certain categories. This exercise will help you identify areas you can target for improvement in the future.

Your blogging portfolio is not just a list. It is a claim about what you have learned so far, backed up with the blog entries you have written.

Sample:

While this sample student blog portfolio does not follow the exact outline I've given you, it will give you the general idea: Chris D

Full Details (and Rubric)


Topic:

Realism: Race

Bring your Paper 1 draft -- whatever its current state -- so that we can work on it in class.
Pages 138-242 (Chapters 15-28)
Chapters 19, 20, and Interlude p. 185

Recent Comments

Cassie Ellson on William Shakespeare and the American People: http://blogs.setonhill.edu/cas
Cassie Ellson on John Henry (Ballad): http://blogs.setonhill.edu/cas
Cassie Ellson on From Sunup to Sundown: http://blogs.setonhill.edu/cas
Cassie Ellson on Nights with Uncle Remus: http://blogs.setonhill.edu/cas
Cassie Ellson on Nights with Uncle Remus: Response to Alexi's blog (comm
Patrick Schober on Blog Portfolio 2: blog number 2 http://blogs.set
Cassie Ellson on The Black Cat: Also tried to comment on Mary
Cassie Ellson on The Black Cat: http://blogs.setonhill.edu/cas
Cassie Ellson on Why I Wrote "The Yellow Wallpaper": This is my response to Stefani
Cassie Ellson on Why I Wrote "The Yellow Wallpaper": http://blogs.setonhill.edu/cas
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