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wra 1004 February_28_Creating_Collages

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CLASS NOTES February 28th, 2011
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Agenda Introduce Part 2 of Project #2 Rearranging your texts Homework
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Why the Research Collage? Continue to refine and narrow your  research topic See your research in a different way Find gaps in your research
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Rearranging your texts For each of your double-entry journals, Choose a different color to represent each  keyword.  Choose a keyword for each of your  notes  from the source  and write it in the margin  next to the note. Then, highlight each note with the color  that matches keyword selected. Cut out the notes and put them in groups 
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Unformatted text preview: by color/keyword. Homework Continue the work begun today. You will need to create a new Word document with your rearranged notes; this will become your collage. Review all of the collage examples posted on ANGEL (Lessons --> Project #2 --> Collage Examples). Describe the ways the example collages are similar to and different from one another in the “Collage Similarities & Differences” forum in the Homework & In-class Writing Forums folder. Submit your response before class begins on 3/2....
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