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Literacy Archive Project Reflection II

Literacy Archive Project Reflection II

This project started back at the begining of the year when English 122 did. From there we learned what discourse was, who Delpit and Brandt would be to us, and this semester we wrapped up our masters with Alexander. This multi-month project has led to here. The end. After writing our own stories, we went back and analyzed our peers and compared them with the thoughts of our masters and ourselves. In the essays, we were told to create layered…

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Revision Reflection I

Revision Reflection I

From last wednesday to today, I’ve spent a couple scattered hours working on revising my literacy analysis. From my first draft, I was given some advice to expand where I made connections between the experts of literacy and my own analysis as well as to the pool of literacy narratives that my analysis is based on. My conclusion was lacking in leaving a final impact and wasn’t fully expressing my train of though, that was one paragraph that multiple people…

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Video Script

Video Script

Due to some troubles with posting a video, I’ll be posting the short script instead. At least for now. “We had a peer review of our literacy narratives’ and the basis of what my peers told me was to expand on the points that I made in my reading and writing history. They want more detail and connections throughout the text. Most of what I heard was that the beginning and the end were strong. And that led me to…

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Prewriting Previews

Prewriting Previews

Prewriting is both freeing and frustracting. I enjoy it because it leaves you free to do what you want. You don’t need to connect paragraphs and thoughts. You can pick up at one place and then drop your thoughts and move on. You’re allowed to be chaotic. But that’s also frustrating because all of these ideas that are being generated, how are you supposed to connect them later on? I’m a personal fan of just making bullet points or making…

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