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Portfolio 1--Intro to Literary Study!

For Introduction to Literary Study (EL150) at Seton Hill University, our class collected their blog entries to organize into a portfolio. This portfolio displays how well we interact with one another outside of the classroom and how well we learn together. This is only part of the numerous ideas and topics discussed inside and outside of the classroom. Although this is my first portfolio of 2008, here are links to my previous portfolios.
October 2006 (Writing for the Internet)
November 2006 (Writing for the Internet)
October 2007 (Newswriting)
November 2007 (Newswriting)
December 2007 (Newswriting)
December 2007 (Media Lab)


This is the newest portfolio!
Coverage
These blogs are the typical blogs, linking to the main website, citing our work mixed in with thoughts and conclusions.
Blythe and Sweet--Song and Song
Windsor and Wisteria Lane?
Shakespeare's True Infatuation
He is "Donne" with Death
Please Just Drop a Littlllleeee Bit!
Race for Death
The World is Round for a Reason.....Squeeze It!
Athena, Minerva, Adam, Eve, Grendel, Beowulf
Back in the Day
Murder She Wrote
Lit Like a Professor, Come on Now
Jabberwocky

Timeliness
Timeliness blogs are posted at least 24 hours before class allowing the opportunity for classmates to form discussions.
Lemire 1-11
Jabberwocky
Freedom of Speech
Please Just Drop a Littlllleeee Bit!
Race for Death
I see Foreshadowing
Shakespeare's True Infatuation
He is "Donne" with Death

Interaction
These blogs have attracted classmates' interest and comments to start discussions outside of class.
Shakespeare's True Infatuation
Please Just Drop a Littlllleeee Bit!
Where in the World is Carmen Sandiago?
Windsor and Wisteria Lane?
Back in the Day


Depth
Writing in depth shows using previous learned knowledge and skills to make a comparison or conclusion in the blog. Also linking to referenced ideas helps make these blogs easier to understand.
Freedom of Speech
Lit Like a Professor, Come on Now
Blythe and Sweet--Song and Song
Athena, Minerva, Adam, Eve, Grendel, Beowulf
Back in the Day
Where in the World is Carmen Sandiago?


Discussion
These are my blogs that have started discussion and those of my classmates' who I have commented on to spark discussion.
William "Shakes" It Up
Murder She Wrote
Lit Like a Professor, Come on Now
Freedom of Speech
In Kaitlin's blog, I shared my thoughts about original ideas.
In Ethan's blog, several of us joined in a discussion about the gluttony of Shakespeare.
In Angelica's blog, I expressed my thoughts on the meaning of O'Connor's "A Good Man is Hard to Find."
In Stephanie's blog, a few of my peers and I discussed Shakespeare's creativity.

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Good work, Tiffany!

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