Responses - Email Reflections Periodically, we have...

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Unformatted text preview: Email Reflections Periodically, we have readings where you will be expected to participate in an email discussion. Some things to keep in mind: Your response must be at least 3 to 4 sentences You should vary what type of responses you give Your response will only be counted if you send it before class (except for videos) Your response will not be counted if you do not follow directions Types of responses: Quotation Choose a quotation from the reading that you think is important. Give the page number and explain why the quotation is important. I may use some of your choices on the midterm and final. Theme/Issue In class we discussed some of the themes and issues that we will be discussing throughout the semester. Choose a theme or issue and explain how a work addresses it. Personal Response Part of what draws us to literature is how we feel a work speaks to our lives. A personal response should explain how you feel a piece reflects something you have experienced. This is not meant to be an explanation explain how you feel a piece reflects something you have experienced....
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2011 for the course PERS 2002 taught by Professor Roman during the Fall '07 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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