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!! What questions do you still have about the Rhetorical Analysis?
!! What part of this essay is giving you the most trouble?
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!!! What are some activities in Seminar you would like for us to continue doing? In other words, what is ''working for you'' in this class?

!!! What are some activities you would like for us to start doing that help you learn? Be as specific as you can!
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!!! What are some activities in Seminar you would like for us to continue doing? In other words, what is ''working for you'' in this class?

!!! What are some activities you would like for us to start doing that help you learn? Be as specific as you can!
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!!! Come up with a hashtag that summarizes something you learned about Colonial Virginia. Be creative
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!!! Some feedback from you! On the note card provided, please answer the questions below!

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!!! What are some activities you would like to do in class, either Composition or Seminar to assist you with your Critical Essay? BE SPECIFIC!!
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!!! Audience, Author, Purpose!

Many of
you wrote in your reflections on writing that you often post to Twitter to share your thoughts, ideas, opinions, etc. Coming up with an appropriate hashtag is actually ''very'' complicated for some people.
(Ahem, your ol' Seminar instructor
!)

Based on your understanding of the chronology topic you were assigned, you need to come up with a hashtag that ''says'' something about the content of your chronology.

Keep in mind:
* Who is the prospective audience?
* How might it help you remember the chronology sequence of events?
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!!! What are some activities you would like to do in class, either Composition or Seminar to assist you with your Critical Essay? BE SPECIFIC!!
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Based on your understanding of the chronology topic you were assigned, you need to come up with a hashtag that ''says'' something about the content of your source.
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Based on your understanding of the chronology topic you were assigned, you need to come up with a hashtag that ''says'' something about the content of your chronology.
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* How might it help you remember the chronology sequence of events?
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Based on your understanding of the primary source you were assigned, you need to come up with a hashtag that ''says'' something about the content of your source.
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Based on your understanding of the chronology topic you were assigned, you need to come up with a hashtag that ''says'' something about the content of your source.
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* How would the author(Sewall or Adams) make their message clear to their audience?
* What is the purpose? To persuade? Provoke?
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Based on your understanding of the primary source you were assigned, you need to come up with a hashtag that ''says'' something about your source.
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Based on your understanding of the primary source you were assigned, you need to come up with a hashtag that ''says'' something about the content of your source.
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Keep in mind: Who is the prospective audience? How would the author(Sewall or Adams) make their message clear to their audience? What is the purpose(underlying intent) of the of the hashtag?
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Who is the prospective audience?
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How would the author(Sewall or Adams) make their message clear to their audience?
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What is the purpose? To persuade? Provoke?
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!!! Audience, Author, Purpose!

Many of you wrote in your reflections on writing that you often post to Twitter to share your thoughts, ideas, opinions, etc. Coming up with an appropriate hashtag is actually ''very'' complicated for some people.
(Ahem, your ol' Seminar instructor!)

Based on your understanding of the primary source you were assigned, you need to come up with a hashtag that ''says'' something about your source.

Keep in mind: Who is the prospective audience? How would the author(Sewall or Adams) make their message clear to their audience? What is the purpose(underlying intent) of the of the hashtag?