Click on the link and complete before 3/4: https://forms.gle/YAA3BYK9HDSPcX1w9
Click on the link and submit it before class on 3/2: https://forms.gle/Sk3XFdubXMUnqjB9A
Click on the link and answer the questions by 2/26: https://forms.gle/8xfea9BXQaVgvubG8
Click on the following link to review an example of writing at Vox, an online news source: Is it okay to sacrifice one person to save many? How you answer depends on where you’re from.
This journal has two parts. Go to the link to respond to them: https://forms.gle/U4zHcLNRQCMvv5MM9
1) Define at least two DCs in “The Things They Carried.” (Can’t remember the six characteristics of Discourse Communities? Look on OpenLab!)
2) Compare/contrast the genres of the two short stories we’ve read, and consider what audiences they might reach best.
- Reread “This Blessed House”
- Define at least two DCs in the story (see the link to do this below)
- Read “Navigating Genres,” by Kerry Dirk (on OpenLab under “files”) and answer the question: “How does this article relate to DCs?”
- Define DCs and answer the question on this link: https://forms.gle/jAdoJcuKKsYwJf189
Click on this link: https://forms.gle/N7Ho6Up5UUhYPfHn6
Using the notes you’ve taken during the class discussion, answer the questions and submit it by 2/3!
Don’t forget to read “This Blessed House,” by Jhumpa Lahiri by 2/3 as well!