9 February 2006
There is a slot in J-Web for you to upload 1/2 page written responses for each student whose paper you reviewed. Your response should not only discuss what advice you gave your peer, but also indicate what you learned that you can apply to your own writing.
You should also give the author that response, as well as the marked-up printout of the paper.
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Two close readings, 200 words each. One of a Stevens poem, the other of a Williams poem from our poetry anthology. Submit on J-Web.
Define all unusual words, explain references to historical events, religious or mythological figures, etc. Advance preparation for next week's poetry slam (when you will read the poem out loud to the class and interpret its meaning).
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