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Transcript: MCCC ENG 102 Course Competencies for English 102 classes Write for specific rhetorical contexts, including circumstance, purpose, topic, audience and writer, as well as the writing's ethical, political, and cultural implications. (I, IV) 1. Organize writing to support a central idea through unity, coherence and logical development appropriate to a specific writing context. (II, V) 2. Use appropriate conventions in writing, including consistent voice, tone, diction, grammar, and mechanics. (I, V) 3. Find, evaluate, select, and synthesize both online and print sources that examine a topic from multiple perspectives. (I, III) 4. Integrate sources through summarizing, paraphrasing, and quotation from sources to develop and support one's own ideas. (III, IV) 5. Identify, select and use an appropriate documentation style to maintain academic integrity. (III) 6. Use feedback obtained through peer review, instructor comments, and/or other sources to revise writing. (II) 7. Assess one's own writing strengths and identify strategies for improvement through instructor conference, portfolio review, written evaluation, and/or other methods. (II) 8. Generate, format, and edit writing using appropriate technologies. (II, V) Appendix: Course-specific digibook ePortfolio for future utility Potential for student, department, and extended learning community text synthesis, particularly through Canvas page building , embedding, and ePortfolio sharing. Student spaces Opening Question: How can Canvas help faculty members, each with dynamic personal and professional responsibilities, meet student, class, department, and campus needs? Open-Source Canvas Google Group at ePortfolios "Academical Village" Faculty spaces Canvas-housed "sitebook" Proficiency using: core course resources, including course textbook and Canvas-housed "sitebook," ePortfolio, and creating Canvas web pages Exposure to: all course competencies, performance objectives, resources and other concepts, from Intro through "Appendix" Personal Narrative: semester topic inquiry through student's experiences, interests, and personal goals; student's MCC academic focus department; topic-relevant "off campus" learning spaces Reading and Research: social bookmarking (Diigo), MCC Library (orientation), tertiary and secondary research sources, primary research (poll and interview with topic expert), logic, logical fallacies, MLA format Exposition and Rhetorical Analysis: all stages of the writing process from invention through publication; textual mechanics; Microsoft Word tools for publication; Google Doc tools for revision Persuasion: Reinforcement of above, mastering the rhetorical situation and rhetorical triangle for a logos-based persuasive argument; emphasis on high-level textual writing skills Student Choice: Media literacy skills; website building skills; reinforcing above concepts through multimedia and for diverse contexts Persuasion: Timed oral presentation, incorporating multimedia, handling real-time Q & A Publishing: Shared text for future courses, department, and broader MCC community Open Source Focused skills and resources "Course Spaces" Because Canvas is open source, outside texts and creations can contribute to "sitebook" For Thomas Jefferson, learning was an integral part of life. The "academical village" is based on the assumption that the life of the mind is a pursuit for all participants in the University, that learning is a lifelong and shared process, and that interaction between scholars and students enlivens the pursuit of knowledge. Open Source Finally Future spaces What spaces do our students value learning in? by Billy Gerchick, MCC English Department and course learning goals Abstract: Canvas is much more than a Learning Management System (LMS); it’s an open-source platform that gives departments, professors, and students the ability to co-author sustainable, flexible course sites that facilitate course learning outcomes while welcoming individualized and interdisciplinary learning. This presentation demonstrates a spring semester English 102 course “sitebook” -- designed using Canvas, MCC resources, social bookmarking, and various open-source tools -- that honors instructor intellectual freedom while empowering students to build Canvas pages and e-portfolios. By semester’s end, the professor can incorporate student contributions for better Canvas course sites in the future; students will walk away with increased media literacy and e-portfolios that house exemplary work (including Canvas pages); work that may be valued as pages or chapters on other Canvas sitebooks and by various departments. By presentation’s end, you’ll walk away with access to the presented course sitebook, a “rough draft” platform that you’re welcome to revise and repurpose to meet your course needs and share with others. Introduction: course foundations,

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Transcript: Book PowerPoint Period 6 The Shining The Shining By Stephen King 1. Introduction - Jack Torrance, his wife, and his son all move in to a haunted hotel. 2. Rising Action - The Overlook residents convinces Jack to kill his wife while he is drunk. 3. Climax - Jack couldn't resist to kill his wife, so he did it and went crazy. 4. Falling Action - The Overlook explodes, and Jack dies. 5. Resolution - Hallorann guides two women to safety from The Overlook. Plotline Plotline This is a Man vs. Man story. The manager of The Overlook, along with the workers there convinced Jack to kill his wife, which lead to more than just his wife's death. Conflict Conflict This story takes place at a hotel in the Colorado Rockies. This hotel is a fake one, and it has the name "The Overlook". Setting Setting Jack Torrance - An average man that ends up going crazy and doing horrible things to hurt people. Wendy Torrance - Jack's wife, she got murdered by Jack, after The Overlook convinced him to do it. Danny Torrance - The child of the two, has "the shining" which means he has psychic powers. Characters Characters Dick Hallorann - One of the people who had the "shining" powers. He shared this with his grandmother. Stuart Ullman - The Overlook's manager, warns people of "cabin fever" where someone killed their family and themselves. Horace Derwent - An accountant who owned The Overlook. Tony - Someone who is thought to be Danny at 15. Characters Characters The Shining is the story of a desperate family of 3, and their son has disturbing sightings in his psychic thoughts, and Jack's writings go nowhere, and The Overlook forces Jack to kill many people. Theme / Main Idea Theme / Main Idea My personal reaction to this story was that I love this story, and wish that I had seen the movie to see both representations of this story. Personal Reaction Personal Reaction 1. The Shining (May 23, 1980) There were no similar books. One similar movie. Similar Books/Movies Similar Books/Movies October 1st - October 5th: Periodic reading of the story. October 20th - October 22nd: Thinking about, and creating the presentation. October 30th - November 2nd: Rehearsal for presenting and then presenting. Timeline Timeline Stephen King was born in born on September 21st, 1947 in Portland, Maine. He married Tabitha King, and they are both authors. King's first professional story was The Glass Floor, then to Startling Mystery Stories in 1967. King's first novel was Carrie, and was accepted by publishing house "Doubleday". About Stephen King About Stephen King That's all? Thanks to my editor: They don't want their name said. That's all?

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