For the Causal essay:
Justice Department Response:
- DAY 1 & 2: We reviewed examples of Graphic Novels and Cartoon collections. Here is what we did in the Library: Examining GRAPHIC Novels cartoon ANALYSIS sheet
- DAY 2: Handed out assignment: Comics and Graphic Novels
- DAY 2: Handed out packet with helpful information on creating Cartoons and GN's. The reading offers elements to consider when setting up the frames and content: professional GUIDE pt1 professional GUIDE pt2
Additional resource: ToonDoo
Citation for the film production of The Taming of the Shrew by William Ball:
The Taming of the Shrew. Dir. William Ball and Kirk Browning. Prod. Ken Campbell. Perf. Fredi Olster, Marc Singer, Stephen St. Paul. Kultur, 1976. DVD.
Go to this website and enter the classroom I set up:
You can also use one of the following links instead which will take you to a different site:
Click on the link below to gain access to the interactive Outline/RD for Taming of the Shrew.
Follow the directions, step-by-step, before beginning to write on the Google Document.
Before we start "fracturing," I want you to read broadly some fairy tales.
Use these links to read online:
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You will need to write the title and a short paragraph of how it is different or similar to what you previously knew.
Read for class:
Watch the following video:
Using the handout "Web Page Evaluation Checklist" read through this page:
IF you use resources not vetted through the databases at MHS and BHC, you need to complete a "Web Page Evaluation Checklist" in order to check for bias and authenticity.
Review the poems you have created this week. We are going to "play" with the positioning of text versus white space.
Look at the following poems and how they appear differently on the page:
Read the following page and view the examples of how to use white space within your poems:
Look at the arrangement on the page and see how alternating the balance of text to white space changes the overall effect of the poem. Make changes to your own poems.
When you are done with your revisions, you get to play! Click on the link below to create your own digital sand art inspired by your poems! You can print it when finished if you wish.