MONDAY, FEB. 29
- Brosh, Hyperbole and a Half, 181-286 (“Dogs Don’t Understand Basic Concepts Like Moving” through “Thoughts and Feelings”)
- During class on Feb. 29, Mar. 2, and/or Mar. 4, we will finalize the grading criteria for the visual memoir. Since this is a non-traditional composition, as a group we will determine the grading criteria together. I’ve created a Google Form to record your suggestions in each of the usual categories I use for grading criteria: rhetorical choices, writing, and development. There is a place for you to suggest the basic requirements for the assignment and a final category where you can suggest any grading criteria that do not fit into one of the earlier categories. This is the link to the Google Form: http://goo.gl/forms/DUUXjvROp9. By 5pm on Sunday, February 28, please submit a few suggestions for criteria that you consider important for grading a visual memoir.
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 2
- Brosh, Hyperbole and a Half, 287-369 (“Dogs’ Guide to Understanding Basic Concepts” through end)
- Working document with grading criteria for visual memoir
FRIDAY, MAR. 4
- No reading
- Draft of visual memoir due in class for peer review
- Peer editing workshop: Visual memoir. Bring two hard copies of the outline required for the draft. You can bring your six required sketches (these can be basic) digitally, and then submit them to me via email. If you draw them by hand, you will need to submit a copy of them to me either on paper or as photos via email.
- Guide for peer review