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  • Week 1 – 12 January 2011
    Wra 110.742
  • Agenda
    Attendance
    Classmate interviews and blog posts
    Syllabus review
    Introduction to Project 1: Cultural Artifact Analysis
    Writing Center swag & class wrap-up
  • Attendance
    Today: Please correct me if I butcher your name; also tell me if there’s a name you’d rather be called.
    The Attendance Sheet:
    • will go around every F2F class day
    • is your responsibility to sign
    • is primary evidence of your presence in class!
  • Classmate Interviews
    Partner up with the nearest person to you, or get in a group of three and distribute yourselves…
    Interview each other and find out the following information:
    • What is your classmate’s name, major, hometown?
    • What does he/she think about writing in general?
    • What is his/her favorite thing about technology and/or science?
    • What does he/she hope to get out of this class?
    • If he/she could switch places with someone for one day, who would it be and why?
    When your interview is done, log into YOUR blog, turn the interview information into a paragraph, and post it. You have 25 minutes.
  • Syllabus review!
    Please locate the syllabus on our class website:
    http://aristotlejulep.com/wra110742
  • I make stuff for you
    I will put content on our website (and in other places) for you to consume, remix, etc.
    I’ll post stuff on the home page of our website several times a week. You are required to read/listen to/view this content as it is relevant to class (even though it will possibly be silly and fun too).
    THIS MEANS: Check the course website frequently. Check your email daily. Be a good virtual citizen.
  • Project #1
    Assignment sheet viewable on the website. Let’s go…
  • Wrap up:
    WC Bookmarks
    Check the schedule for your assignments.
    Bye!