Turn in your MLK Reading Responses
- What problems did you encounter as you wrote the rhetorical analysis of MLK's speech?
- How did this assignment prepare you for Writing Project 1?
- Questions about Reading Responses?
- After I've stopped the freewriting, we'll discuss.
Form Writing Groups
- Each class should break into about 5 different groups. This means there will be a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5 people in each group.
- Issues to consider: You want a balanced group comprised of members who are strong in different areas, such as:
- Researching...knows the databases, how to find stuff.
- Proof-reading...strong with grammar, spelling, sentence structure.
- Organizing...reminding members about assignment due dates, keeping everyone organized; willing to contact me with any questions and then relay information to all group members.
- Logician...able to read for content and alert a writer when s/he's not making sense.
- Exchange email addresses, phone #'s, twitter, facebook, or however you choose to communicate.
- Under the Triad M Writing Groups link, name your group (be creative!) and list all of its members.
Sign up for Discussion Facilitations Important! Our first discussion facilitation is on Monday!
- Monday, Jan 23: Chapter 2: Pathos
- 11am - Section 527:French Toast Mafia
- 12pm - Section 526:TAPSPDWLC
- Wednesday, Jan 25: Chapter 3: Ethos
- 11am - Section 527:The Charmed Ones
- 12pm - Section 526:Stoop Kids
- Friday, Jan 27: Chapter 4: Logos
- 11am - Section 527:The Great Divide
- 12pm - Section 526:There's nothing no one won't do SUPER PAC
- Instructions for leading a Discussion
- There is also a complete schedule of all Triad M Discussion Facilitations