Tuesday, March 31 (10:00-11:50)
- Meet in class with your small group to talk about your text and your stories.
- Use the conversation to help you make SPECIFIC connections between your SL story and the authors we have read.
- By the end of class, you should have most of your Brainstorming Map completed.
- By the end of class, you should decide whether you are working alone or with a partner on the pecha kucha.
Homework due in class Tuesday, March 31st
- Reread the article you are using as your main text and take lots of notes
- Begin the Brainstorming Map on the backside of this sheet. Bring it to class.
Thursday, April 2 (10:00-11:50)
- Work with your small group, a partner or alone to start drafting your Pecha Kucha. You can choose to do this in class or any other place you want to work.
Homework due by midnight on Thursday, April 2nd
- Complete the Brainstorming Map with as much detail as possible.
- Buy a set of 5x8 notecards (you need 20)
- The 20 slides of your pecha kucha need to tell a story about what you learned from your SL and from the readings in this class. How are you going to tell this story? Use the ONE WORD about what you learned (on the Brainstorming Map) to help you begin the story of your PK. The use the 20 cards to start planning your slides.
- Post an Pecha Kucha Update on your blog to let me know how you are doing -- who are you working with, what author are you focusing on, how are you feeling about the project, and what questions do you have.