November 25, 2005

Drama Portfolio Three

This semester has come and gone very quickly. It seems as though this last blogging portfolio is sparse in content because we have not covered that many plays. However, what we have covered have been more in-depth and longer in content. The plays have grown more interesting, and it seems as though our in class discussion has increased, threefold. It has been so refreshing to work with you all, and I hope you enjoy my final blogging portfolio for Drama as Literature....

Coverage: (This round, we did not have as many works to cover; however, their depth proved to be much greater.)

The Glass Menagerie 2

Kindertransport

A Man for All Seasons

Fences

Prof B and the friendship blog

Professor B - the end

Depth: (These entries best exemplify depth because they examine other historical aspects that surround the plays' structures.)

Kindertransport

A Man for All Seasons

The Glass Menagerie 2

Interaction: (Fences seemed to be of greater interaction on my blog, rather than the entries that I thought would spark interaction - the historical entries.)

Fences


Discussion: (The following entries sparked discussion in the classroom. I am most proud of these entries because they were the ones that really encouraged me to participate in class, as well as to understand the broader historical concepts that relate to the plays.)

Fences

A Man for All Seasons

The Glass Menagerie 2

Kindertransport


Timeliness:

The Glass Menagerie 2

Kindertransport

A Man for All Seasons

Fences

Prof B and the friendship blog

Professor B - the end


Xenoblogging:

Andy LoNigro and confusing intentions of PB.

Katie Lambert and Fences. How to deal with sins of the past when the sinner is MIA.

Kayla Sawyer and humor in Kindertransport.

Wildcard:
I asked readers to pick up this month's Country Living; however, failed to explain why. But, if you are inquisitive readers, you will have already picked up the magazine and understand why.

Posted by KatieAikins at November 25, 2005 1:08 PM