BROCCOLI, READER'S NOTES, AND PARTNER PROFILE MINI-PAPER
Today in class, as it said on the syllabus, you should have read the short essay about Dr. Ed Brush, professor of Chemistry here at BSU. As you will have perhaps noticed, I wrote that piece. it's an example of a profile, and an example (though a longer version of it) of your first assignment for the semester, The Partner Interview Mini-paper.
For today, we are focusing on how to successfully write a set of Reader's Notes. We'll go over the assignment in class, but, essentially, for every reading we have in class, you'll need to post BEFORE CLASS your Reader's Notes for whatever we watch, read, listen to, etc.
FOR TODAY'S CLASS: As we talked about in class today, there are two kinds of information that make up a profile. There is the actual information about the person. And then there is what the author decides it means. In your small group, you discussed both of these two parts of the essay. Please post a short summary of what you discussed by "commenting" or "replying" to this post (see below for full directions). This counts as a first reading journal, even if you aren't super detailed or even right. It counts as long as you post it. If you don't post it. It counts as a "U" and you can't revise it.
HOW TO POST
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