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Explaining the diale - Aliki Dragona Explaining the Dialectical Notebook What is this How do I write it Here is how the dialectical notebook

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Aliki Dragona Explaining the Dialectical Notebook What is this? How do I write it? Here is how the dialectical notebook work (and please take a look at the sample dialectical notebook I created for another class): While you are reading, take notes on your reading on the left side of your “computer notebook.” Or you can handwrite in a real notebook if you don’t mind typing it all up later on. For each response, keep a couple of pages of left side entries and a couple of pages of right side entries. The notes on the left side of your notebook can be direct quotes or notes as you are reading. Note what is important to you as a reader who is actively and critically engaged with the text. Keep the right side of your notebook blank while you are just working with the left. Then, after you have finished the whole chapter, take a look at the notes and/or direct quotes you kept and start a dialogue with yourself. Why did you keep that note? What was important at the time? What might you add now after having read the whole chapter or even having read a few
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2011 for the course UWP 104A taught by Professor Dragona during the Spring '10 term at UC Davis.

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