Hello Folks, on the syllabus, I am asking you to post a short reflection--not your usual length, maybe just 100-200 words--about one of the articles you are reading for the reverse annotated bibliography project.
If I could make a suggestion, if you post a sample annotation, I can go in and give you feedback on how successful it is. That's not a requirement. It's an offer of feedback now. The point of this second post this week is to nudge you towards getting the work done at a reasonable pace rather than having to do everything all at once.
The reflection that I'm asking you to write should help you to write your final reflective piece tied to the annotations. But writing the annotations, a skill and art in and of itself, takes some doing to. So if you want and have the time, you are welcome to use this space to practice and get feedback, but, again, you don't have to.
torda & the 513s
Post to this space no later than 15 minutes before class when we meet synchronously; post by midnight on the day of class when we meet asynchronously (that includes both your post and your response to your colleagues).