GUIDELINES FOR LEADING CLASS PRESENTATIONS

GUIDELINES FOR LEADING CLASS PRESENTATIONS - SPRING 2008 V....

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Unformatted text preview: SPRING 2008 V. Thomas GUIDELINES FOR LEADING CLASS PRESENTATIONS/DISCUSSIONS This exercise is intended to highlight analytical approaches that you find provocative and useful, or problematic; to give you an opportunity to compose your own original literary interpretations, and to generate a variety of discussions, and questions. You can also use these presentations to try out a particular thesis that you might develop further as an essay topic. These can also be occasions for presenting relevant information that amplifies our understanding of the cultural and historical contexts in which the works were exploring take shape; this dimension of the assignment gives you a lot of latitude to bring in information from different fields in addition to the strictly literary focus. Think of it as your opportunity to direct the class toward what you feel is important to talk about regarding the topic or readings you choose to address;...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course ENGL 67 taught by Professor Thomas during the Spring '08 term at Claremont.

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