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*'''In what ways did the prewriting exercise "perform" something or do something. What did it do? What did it accomplish? Did it help your thinking? Did make you aware of something new? Did complicate things. BE specific in your thinking about this!!!'''
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*'''In what ways did the prewriting exercise "perform" something or do something. What did it do? What did it accomplish? Did it help your thinking? Did it make you aware of something new? Did it complicate things. BE specific in your thinking and in your writing about this!!!'''
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**Week 11--Draft and Revise/Working on your other Genre
**Week 12 --Polish, Edit, and Publish --WP3 is Due on Friday & it's your last day to drop.
**Week 13--Prepping for Symposium
**Week 14--Thanksgiving Week --Monday's Class is online
**Week 15--Symposium is on Wednesday; Friday is a portfolio workshop
**Week 16--Last Day of Class; History Exam 3
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!!Homework

*Read in NWWK -- Section 2.6 '''Texts Get Their Meanings From Other Texts''', which begins on p. 44.

*Build on the Prewriting Exercise we did in class today by looking at again and Doing it Again!!! Consider how you might start translating this into a paper. Bring another '''iteration''' of this same prewriting exercise we did today. Spend more time on it. Draft perhaps in pencil. Move things around and play with them.

Bring both papers to class on Tuesday!!!!! The idea is to demonstrate some evolution or development in your thinking!
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*Work with a partner and discuss ideas!
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*'''Which modes did you use to create your Prewriting Document above?'''

*Andrea Lunsford (2016) in Section 2
.5 makes the case that "writing is performative" (p. 43). In what ways did the prewriting exercise "perform" something or do something. What did it do? What did it accomplish? Did it help your thinking? Did make you aware of something new? Did complicate things. BE specific in your thinking about this!!!
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*'''Which modes did you use to create your Prewriting Document above? Explain the modes you used.'''
*'''How did
the Ball and Charlton idea change your understanding of what writing is?'''
*'''Using section 2.4 to guide you, why
do you think this concept is important?'''

*Andrea Lunsford (2016) in Section 2.5 makes the case that "writing is performative" (p. 43).

*'''In what ways did the prewriting exercise "perform" something or do something. What did it do? What did it accomplish? Did it help your thinking? Did make you aware of something new? Did complicate things. BE specific in your thinking about
this!!!'''
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*I am creating an Office Hour Assignment in Blackboard. This assignment is worth 10 points. In order to get full credit for this assignment, you must bring your draft in to get help from me sometime during my office hours. I will be holding extra office hours on tuesday from 10 to 1 on Tuesdays. Everyone should get in two visits to get the full 10 points.
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*Everyone needs to get in for their office hour visits!!!
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!!''Naming What We Know'': Sections 2.4 "All Writing is Multimodal" and 2.5 "Writing Is Performative"

*Ball and Charlton (2016) point out that "all writing is multimodal" (p. 42). Consider how the piece you just created is a '''multimodal text'''.

*Consider the 5 Modes: [[https://creatingmultimodaltexts.com/modes-and-meaning-systems/ | Here is a Quick Breakdown]]

**linguistic
**aural
**visual
**gestural
**spatial

*'''Which modes did you use to create your Prewriting Document above?'''

*Andrea Lunsford (2016) in Section 2.5 makes the case that "writing is performative" (p. 43). In what ways did the prewriting exercise "perform" something or do something. What did it do? What did it accomplish? Did it help your thinking? Did make you aware of something new? Did complicate things. BE specific in your thinking about this!!!
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!!Announcements

*Everyone needs to get in for an Office Hour Visit between now and Novemeber 11th
. My office hours are held in Classroom East 213C.
**Mondays and Thursday from 12 to 2.
**Tuesday from
10 to 12:30
**And by appointment
-- you must email to set up the appointment
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[[http://www
.npr.org/2016/10/31/499807738/how-does-christoph-niemann-make-art-look-effortless-with-a-lot-of-work]]

!!Announcements

**Week 11--Draft and Revise/Working on your other Genre
**Week 12 --Polish, Edit, and Publish --WP3 is Due on Friday & it's your last day to drop.
**Week 13--Prepping for Symposium
**Week 14--Thanksgiving Week --Monday's Class is online
**Week 15--Symposium is on Wednesday; Friday is a portfolio workshop
**Week 16--Last Day of Class; History Exam 3

*Office Hours Extended: Monday and Thursdays from 12 to 2 and Tuesdays 10 - 12:30

*%red%'''Writing Center Visits -- [=NOW=] is the time to start scheduling and attending the Writing Center visits. You can earn up to 9 extra points on your final grade for Writing Project 3 with 3 points given for each 30 minute appointment.'''

*I am creating an Office Hour Assignment in Blackboard. This assignment is worth 10 points. In order to get full credit for this assignment, you must bring your draft in to get help from me sometime during my office hours. I will be holding extra office hours on tuesday from 10 to 1 on Tuesdays. Everyone should get in two visits to get the full 10 points.

!!5 Minute Reflection on Your Composing Process

*Think about some connections you can make between how '''writers''' compose and how '''artists''' compose. Do you see any similarities between the way you write and the way Niemann creates art? Is this process linear -- marching in a straight line towards completion? Or is it different?
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!!Looking at How the Media Constructs Gender by Looking at Film

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!!Working with the Idea of a Non-Linear Composing Process

Each student will be provided with a long sheet of paper to do some prewriting. The idea here is to generate ideas and questions about how your media object
presents a particular view of gender and a particular view of society. Start with your topic and your specific media object in the center and radiate outward towards the edges. This is simply an exercise in prewriting and this means you can't do it wrong!!!
*Be thoughtful
*Be specific
*And try to generate lots of content!

(Hint: This exercise should help you with the second portion of your proposal. Remember this is due in Blackboard today by midnight)



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!!Looking at How the Media Constructs Gender by Looking at Film

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!!Announcements

*Everyone needs to get in for an Office Hour Visit between now and Novemeber 11th. My office hours are held in Classroom East 213C.
**Mondays and Thursday from 12 to 2.
**Tuesday from 10 to 12:30
**And by appointment -- you must email to set up the appointment


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