Intro to Literary Study (2005)

2 May 2005

Portfolio Workshop

As before, post a single blog entry that contains annotated links to the entries you want to include. Remember to annotate (that is, write a brief evaluative statement about) each link. You can either post the links as part of a list, or part of a narrative paragraph -- or haiku, maybe ;) .

I've asked for specific blog entries, on topics such as The Color of Water and the ending of Death of a Salesman. But for the most part, you get to pick and choose (though remember that "coverage" of the required texts is part of the portfolio requirement).

One additional item to include in your portfolio: post a brief reflection on either of the activities we did in class (the peer-review activity, or the discussion).

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Term Paper (Final Draft)

Final, polished draft of your term paper, revised to incorporate feedback you received on your first draft and your oral presentation. (10-12 pages, not including work cited or reflective statement.)

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