MONDAY, MAR. 28
- Angelou, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, 1-60 (chs 1-9)
- Brainstorming for oral presentation criteria
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 30
- Angelou, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, 61-119 (chs 10-17)
- In a hard copy, bring your outline of three to five sub-points that you made in class on Monday. Along with the outline, choose one section/sub-point and type up at least one relevant quotation from your primary source and at least one quotation from one of your secondary sources that relates to the quotation from your primary source. It might be best to choose quotations for your least well-developed section since the class activity should help you work out your argument in relation to these quotations.
- Research paper exercise: the quote sandwich
FRIDAY, APR. 1
- No reading
- Draft of researched rhetorical analysis due in class for peer review. Bring three hard copies to class. The draft should be three full pages in length and should cite all sources at least once.
- Peer editing workshop: Researched rhetorical analysis