Reacting to the Past... (here we go, y'all!)

  • Questions, comments, concerns?
  • Exam I Prep time!
  • So, what should you be getting out lecture and the readings so far? Let's see!
  • RTTP Planning Time
    • Let's break it down!
    • Review results of questionnaire, distribute role sheets.
    • Review RTTP Game Packet Guidelines In addition to this packet, your Reacting to the Past text/gamebook will also serve as a critical reading to help you and your faction advance through the game.


  • Make sure and use the basic research you started in Composition to help you start thinking about how you will approach your first major writing assignment Writing Project 1: The Rhetorical Analysis.
    • Make sure to be informed about the Reacting to the Past game. Read through the game packet/instructions and make sure that you are knowledgeable about what your participation will entail. The character you will embody will determine which primary source document you will analyze for Writing Project 1: The Rhetorical Analysis.
    • If you have concerns about your role or the assignment, please feel free to reach out to us.
  • Please feel free to come by and visit with Professor Bray and I to discuss your first major writing assignment! We share the same office hours! :) Writing Project 1: The Rhetorical Analysis.
  • Your second Reacting to the Past reading quiz will be on Tuesday, February 6th and will cover the topic of Labor and Labor Movements on pages 31- 50 of the Reacting to the Past: Greenwich Village textbook. The quiz will be given at the beginning of Seminar. Be on time in order to have the most time possible on the quiz. The quiz will be multiple choice. If you have questions about the reading, feel free to stop by during office hours for guidance!
  • If you do not have copies of the textbooks for HIST 1302, Give Me Liberty or for English 1302 Naming What we Know' both are available on Course Reserve at the library. You will need your Sandollar ID card to check out the books. Simply go to the main desk and give the title of the text or name of the class(Ex: HIST 1302, ENGL 1302) to the front desk attendant. You will be able to check the books out for up to three hours.