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Ewrt 30 class 20

  1. 1. EWRT 30Class 20
  2. 2. AGENDAComing AttractionsDiscussion: PortfoliosTerms: Test #3 DramaPizzaWriters Workshop: Drama Project #4
  3. 3. Coming AttractionsClass 21: Monday, March 25 Due: Project #4 Drama Due: Revision of Project #1, #2, or #3 (optional) Begin play readings/performances.Class 22: Friday, March 29 11:30-1:30 Due: Portfolio (Electronic in one file; Please save as last name only). Due: Submission to Red Wheelbarrow (please copy me on your submission) Finish play readings/performances
  4. 4. Portfolio Options and RequirementsOptions Submit one story between 12 and 25 pages and two poems. Two Haiku = one poem Submit one story between 9 and 12 pages and three poems. Submit two stories, neither of which is longer than 9 pages but combined are at least 12 pages, and two poems.Requirements Submit one attached word document, saved as your last name and “portfolio.” For example Palmore Portfolio. Email your portfolio to me before Friday, March 29th at 11:30. Submit at least one entry to the Red Wheelbarrow.
  5. 5. Red Editor: Ken Weisner Wheelbarrow weisnerken@fhda.edu http:/faculty.deanza.edu/ Literary weisnerken/ Magazine Poetry: up to 5 poems Fiction: 1 short story (up to 5,000 words), or up to 3 short- shorts Plays: 1 dramatic piece up to 5,000 words Creative Nonfiction: 1 piece up to 5,000 words Comics: 1 brief graphic story Submissions in multiple categories are fine.
  6. 6. How to submit your workSend an email with your name andthe title(s) of your work toweisnerken@fhda.eduAttach your clean and edited text ina word document. For multiplesubmissions, attach multipledocuments.Leave your name and otheridentifying information off of yoursubmission.
  7. 7. Terms Test #3 DramaWhen you finish your test, we will break for pizza. Please relax and discuss your work. When you finish eating, we can return to the classroom.
  8. 8. Write Your Plays!
  9. 9. HomeworkPrepare: Reading/Performancefor Monday.

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