Today is our final planning day for panels. We’ll talk about writing discussion questions and posting your readings, questions, and materials to this course site.
First, let’s start with this question: In your experience what makes a good discussion in the classroom and out?
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Today we are reviewing your meeting notes, providing feedback on your progress so far, then pushing to organize your discussion online and in class by choosing readings.
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Today is Day 2 of our the four days I have dedicated to preparing for panel discussions. We will:
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- learn about 2 helpful tools for collecting sources and reading
- use an online mapping tool, Coggle, to concretely explore your phenomenon
- make time to talk with your group to continue planning
We have a lot planned for today, including getting you into your panels to begin to explore and define the topics or phenomena for your projects. Before we do, two quick announcements:
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- Self Publishing! — new class offered this fall taught by Yours Truly.
- Truth-o-meter posts — any last minute questions?
Today we’re talking about Unit 3, but before we do that, let’s review what’s due on Tuesday. Post your final Truth-o-meter fact-check as a new post on your WordPress site. That is, do not overwrite the DRAFT post or Post #5; instead, create a new post so that I can see the progress. Remember that if you go to the Writing Center, and you email me your client report, you will get 5 bonus points. The client report is an email you’ll receive after your appointment.
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