Wrap-Up</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Next week I will be out of town for a conference: CCCC 2011
I will be away and unreachable from Tuesday, 5 April until Saturday, 9 April.
We’ll have a virtual day wherein you complete some activities online instead of coming to class.
If you have questions or want to conference, please be sure you get in touch with me before Tuesday.</li></ul>A Word about week 13<br />
I’m going to flip-flop Projects 4 & 5 on the schedule.<br />We’ll be starting Project 5 (the book trailer) first and finishing the semester with Project 4 (the revisionary essay).<br />Next week while I’m away, you’ll be able to work at your own pace in the planning stages of the book trailer. <br />You’ll have a couple of benchmarks you’ll need to meet so that we’re all ready to go next week. <br />Flippy Floppies: Projects 4 & 5<br />
Peer review: project 3<br /><ul><li>As before, Peer Review will happen in MSU Google Docs. If you have a hard copy of your paper, I’ll come around and take it.
Everyone will have their own peer review worksheet to fill out as before.
Make sure to put your papers in your group folders, which are located inside the “Project3_ROUGHDRAFTS” folder.</li></li></ul><li>Do this right now<br />In the Project3_ROUGH_DRAFTS folder, find your peer review group subfolder <br />Put your paper into that subfolder. MAKE SURE EVERYONE IN YOUR PEER REVIEW GROUP CAN ACCESS YOUR PAPER.<br />Make copies of the peer review worksheet. Save them in your folder to fill out later.<br />You are ready to Peer Review!<br />
Round 3: paraphrase and summary<br />As before, you will work in your peer review groups to create short PowerPoint-style presentations that demonstrate to paraphrase and summarize source materials. <br />You’ll present your work at the end of the round.<br />Your presentations will be judged on correctness, clarity and style. <br />As before, there are prizes!<br />Summary! You are wonderful!<br />Paraphrase, my dog.<br />
Round 3: Paraphrase and summary<br />You’ll work inside MSU Google Docs (in the “MLA Idol March 30” folder) for easier sharing and presenting.<br />Each team will be assigned a different highlighted selection from a specific source. <br />Please do use your McGraw-Hill Handbook to help you. You should also consider using the Purdue OWL: http://owl.english.purdue.edu<br />
Round 3: paraphrase and summary<br />To Qualify, Your Presentation MUST:<br />Identify your source and give some context. Make sure to give your audience a general idea of what the article is about.<br />Provide a correct AND incorrect example of a paraphrase of the selection. Tell why each is correct and incorrect, noting the differences.<br />Provide a correct AND incorrect example of a summary of the selection. Tell why each is correct and incorrect, noting the differences.<br />Use proper MLA citation and format!<br />
Round 3: paraphrase and summary<br />General Guidelines:<br />MAXIMUM of 4 slides.<br />Clearly explain WHY your paraphrases/summaries are correct and incorrect. Your classmates are counting on you! <br />Put your names on the presentations.<br />Save your presentations as “TeamNamePresentation”<br />