Blogging Portfolio II

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 Blogging Portfolio II - American Literature

Book topics include: How to Read Literature Like A Professor, selected poems of Edgar Allen Poe and Emily Dickinson, Uncle Tom's Cabin (Play Version), The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and more! I have included links to entries from my own blog as well as from classmates' blogs. The portfolio demonstrates coverage, depth, interaction, discussion, timeliness, xenoblogging and contains a wild-card entry.

Coverage: A complete list of blogs thus far.

Free at Last : The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Introduction by Smith, H. N.)

Liar, Liar : The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Chapters 11-35)

Camping : How to Read Literature Like a Professor (Interlude, 21, 22)

Huckleberry Finn: Holden Caulfield?  The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Chapters 1- 10)

Uncle Tom's Cabin, II Uncle Tom's Cabin (Xenoblogging)

The Heart of a Child Uncle Tom's Cabin (Entire Play)

Geography is Everything How to Read Literature Like a Professor (18, 19, 20)

Trains and Horses Emily Dickinson, Selected Poetry

Recluse Emily Dickinson, Selected Poetry

Real and Imaginary Poetry Edgar Allan Poe, Selected Poetry

The Raven: Good or Bad? The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe

Quit Being so Selfish! How to Read Literature Like a Professor (13, 14, 15)

Brain-Rot Walden (Chapter 2 and 4)

The Choice is Ours Walden (Chapter 13 and 18)

Depth: Blogs that I have gone into detail about and have drawn specific conclusions about plot, characters, or the story in general.

Free at Last : The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Introduction by Smith, H. N.)

The Heart of a Child Uncle Tom's Cabin (Entire Play)

Geography is Everything How to Read Literature Like a Professor (18, 19, 20)

Recluse Emily Dickinson, Selected Poetry

Real and Imaginary Poetry Edgar Allan Poe, Selected Poetry

 

Interaction: Comments I have posted on the blogs of peers that have sparked discussion or added insight into what was being discussed

Katie Lantz: Uncle Tom's Cabin, II- Yes, this is my own blog, but I have responded to comments and feel that it was significant enough to be placed here.

Kayla Lesko: Dickinson Post II

Jennifer Prex: Temporary Longing

Jessica Pierce: The Free Raft

Heather Mourick: Relationships

Jamie Grace: Are We Going to Disappear?


Discussion: Blogs of mine that have sparked discussion online or in class.


Brain-Rot Walden (Chapter 2 and 4)

The Raven: Good or Bad? The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe

Geography is Everything How to Read Literature Like a Professor (18, 19, 20)

Trains and Horses Emily Dickinson, Selected Poetry

Huckleberry Finn: Holden Caulfield?  The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Chapters 1- 10)

 

Timeliness: These blogs have been posted early enough to spark discussion before class.

Liar, Liar : The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Chapters 11-35)

Uncle Tom's Cabin, II Uncle Tom's Cabin (Xenoblogging)

The Heart of a Child Uncle Tom's Cabin (Entire Play)

Geography is Everything How to Read Literature Like a Professor (18, 19, 20)

 

Xenoblogging: These are comments I have left on the blogs of peers that demonstrate an understanding of the post and promote or encourage discussion.

Uncle Tom's Cabin, II Uncle Tom's Cabin (Xenoblogging) - With this blog, I tried to foster a discussion within the class about the relationship between Eva and Pearl. I thought that it went well, and we actually discussed this in class.

 

Comment Primo:

Heather Mourick: Relationships

 

Comment Informative:

Jamie Grace: Are We Going to Disappear?

 

Comment Grande:

David Wilbanks: Which Pallas?

 

Wild Card: An entry of my choice!

Oh, Annabel Lee....:  A blog discussing film adaptations of Annabel Lee and why I think "George Higham" when the poem is recited.  

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