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- Rhetorical Analysis and General Academic Vocabulary
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- Lord of the Flies Lenses: Psychological, Anthropological, and Biographical
- Hamlet Review
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Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Extending our Socratic Seminar on "Old Father, Old Artificer" by Alison Bechdel
Extend. Explore. Examine. Respond. Revisit. Revise. Analyze. Synthesize. Write.
(Focus particularly on specific scenes, panels, or techniques that we didn't talk about but that relate to things we did talk about. Or, focus on new (or revised) ways of thinking about specific scenes, panels, or techniques that we've already talked about. Or, make specific, insightful connections between this work and others. Think of the guiding questions for your annotations. You might also think about the guiding questions for the unit: What makes personal narrative writing successful? How can we use personal narrative writing to better understand our surroundings, our relationships, and our selves?)
Make sure you write something that feels substantial--something well-developed not perfunctory.
Image from Fun Home by Alison Bechdel copied from The Guardian