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Leading Discussions''' - When you lead a discussion on your chapters in class, keep in mind that this is not a presentation, no Power Points, no Prezis. Think as if you were the teacher and you want to discuss readings the students have done. How would you engage them in order to add to their understanding of the readings? Can you connect the readings to other readings/other class assignments/activities? How could the readings be applied to research/teaching/communication, etc.? Hand outs are good, but not required, and feel free to show things from the internet.
June 03, 2013, at 06:46 PM CST by 216.82.199.244 -
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*Post a summary in Blackboard
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*Post a summary of the chapter you chose in Blackboard
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*Post a summary of the chapter you chose in Blackboard
June 02, 2013, at 11:20 PM CST by 216.82.199.244 -
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(Look in Blackboard Discussion for info on how to post to Wiki.)
May 26, 2013, at 07:50 AM CST by 216.82.199.244 -
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*From the Section you chose, choose two Chapters
*Post a summary in Blackboard of the two Chapters
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!!Part I

*Read [[http://ccdigitalpress.org/ebooks-and-projects/wonder | Technologies of Wonder]] by Susan H. Delagrange
*[[Choose One Chapter]]
*Post a summary in Blackboard
*Lead discussion in class
**Think of questions to discuss
**Think of ways to apply the readings to teaching/writing/projects in this class

!!Part II
*Read 'Writing the Visual' by Carol David and Anne R. Richards
*[[Choose One Chapter]]
*Post a summary in Blackboard
*Lead discussion in class
**Present questions and/or main points using only images

!!Part III
*Read 'Visual Rhetoric in a Digital World' by Carolyn Handa
*[[Choose One Section]]
*Post a summary in Blackboard
*Lead discussion in class
**Explain the theories found in the readings