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feedbackweek9

Page history last edited by Laura Gibbs 3 months, 3 weeks ago

  

Week 9: Project Feedback

 

As usual, you will be providing feedback on THREE projects. Two will come from the randomizer, and one will be free choice... and starting this week, you are welcome to make your free choice either from the class you are in OR from the other class. 

GET READY: To get ready for this week, review the TAG feedback strategy from back in Week 5. TAG is a lot like WWW, although thinking about the TAG specifics might be helpful, especially if you find it hard to organize your comments. Each comment needs to be 150 words long, and remember that you can write about the writing and also about the web presentation. 

 

RELOAD. Use the column for the class you are in: Myth-Folklore on the left; Indian Epics on the right. Reload if you see the same two projects at random. 

  • Portfolios. There must be at least one story for you to read and comment on; if there are two stories there already, read both stories. If there are three stories, read at least two. Then, you can comment on the story (stories) that really grabbed your attention.
  • Storybook. There must be an Introduction for you to read and comment on; if there is also a story, read both the Introduction and the story, and comment on both.

 

If you are in MYTH-FOLKLORE:   If you are in INDIAN EPICS:
 
 
plus one from the class list: Myth-Folklore OR Indian Epics   plus one from the class list: Indian Epics OR Myth-Folklore

 

Comment Wall. You will be leaving comments at the person's Comment Wall using the link provided (and you will also be getting feedback on your project at the Comment Wall at your blog).

 

Bookmark! When you read a project that you really like, bookmark it for future reference! You can then come back to it as your free choice later.

 

Word Count. There are all kinds of ways to do a word count; here's one possibility: Word Counter.

 

Declaration. Here is the Declaration you will complete. And if you want to explore someone's blog and leave more comments at their blog, you can do that as Extra Credit Blog Commenting. There's an extra credit blog commenting option available every week!

 

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:

I followed the instructions to find THREE projects to read.

LENGTH. Each of my comments is at least 150 words long. 

 

 

 

 

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