Make Cycles

graphic of class routinesYou can find our current Make Cycles here and on the Make Cycles page.

Calendar

September 2020
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
August 31, 2020 September 1, 2020 September 2, 2020

All day: Discover: trace your literacies

September 3, 2020 September 4, 2020 September 5, 2020 September 6, 2020
September 7, 2020

All day: Read and Annotate in Perusall

September 8, 2020 September 9, 2020 September 10, 2020 September 11, 2020

All day: Write summary & memo

September 12, 2020 September 13, 2020

All day: Cycle 1 Make

September 14, 2020 September 15, 2020 September 16, 2020

All day: Discover: trace your quantified self

September 17, 2020 September 18, 2020 September 19, 2020 September 20, 2020

All day: Read and Annotate in Perusall

September 21, 2020 September 22, 2020 September 23, 2020 September 24, 2020 September 25, 2020

All day: Write summary & memo

September 26, 2020 September 27, 2020

All day: Cycle 2 Make

September 28, 2020 September 29, 2020 September 30, 2020

All day: Discover: literacy interviews

October 1, 2020 October 2, 2020 October 3, 2020 October 4, 2020

All day: Read and Annotate in Perusall

Week 3 updates and reminders

Week 3 updates and reminders

Hi everyone,

Hope week 3 is starting to feel a bit more in the groove as you make sense of all your classes and new, perhaps a bit strange, work flow. I appreciate how y’all are trying to figure this out.

Make sure you commented/participated in the Perusall reading that was due last night (“The Skin We Ink…”). Lots of great comments and discussion there; thank you!

This week you have some writing (Friday) and a Make due (Sunday). You can find the information on the Make Cycle 1 page in the menu above.

Please please please look over the two student examples I have at the end of the Write instructions from Charlotte and Hannah. They are really thoughtful, but importantly, you should notice that those examples are only responding to question 2 and they are really in depth; you are also talking about the reading (question 1) and comparing the data with your peers (question 3) so yours will be even longer. I would expect a couple of pages and it will take at least an hour. Try to push here to make sense of your literacy tracings. I hope those student examples are helpful to you. You can either post the writing directly into your post in Currents or link to a Google Doc in your post.

With the Make for Sunday: many of you may want to try out the playlist option for the Make. Keep in mind: not a random playlist, but one that reflects the ideas of the class for the last two weeks. The Make is a way for you to have total control over the way you share what you’ve learned in the past two weeks in our class. So, instead of a quiz to show what you know, you’re making something to represent what you’ve learned. How might you represent your literacy tracing, for example? What might it look like as a poem? A work of art? A blog?

I look forward to seeing what you write and make!

Thank you everyone again for the discussion on the reading.

Kim

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