To conclude our mini-excursion, please choose two Socratic seminar questions to discuss in-depth in a post under this message. Treat it as if you were in a Socratic seminar, you can also choose to respond to two posts from your peers.
Socratic Seminar questions Anime
It was truly a pleasure for me to work with you on this mini-unit and hear all your interesting ideas and thoughts on the topic!
Unfortunately, I cannot be here for class today, so Mr. Shulkin will jump in and help you with your writing if needed.
Please work on crafting your first chapter. Remember, you want to go from broad to narrow. This is not the introduction but the first chapter of the body part of your essay. Be specific, choose an aspect of your interest that you can closely analyze by applying your lens to it. We will be working on the introduction next week.
At the end of class, please have a possible thesis statement for your work and a table of contents printed out to hand in.
Bring you first chapter to class on Monday.
In case you missed senior seminar today or had to leave early, this will get you up to speed. Watch the video, go through the four steps, and next week come to seminar with your story written out – it should only be about a page and a half or so. It’s a rough outline for your gateway presentation. We’ll add the other details later on. Don’t worry about filling out the grids on the last two pages yet.
Here you go: Gateway planner packet
For those of you, who did not have the chance to answer the question at the end of the period:
Writing Prompt (write a good paragraph): What does the story of Kino’s Journey convey about western culture?
Yesterday, I gave a presentation on how to conduct successful research.
Please klick on the following link:
Research Part I
Kiara was so nice to film me, but I am having trouble uploading the videos. I will add them as soon as I have figured it out.
Please read the instructions for your break assignment carefully and contact me if you have any questions: Break Assignment
My email address is: email@example.com
After a week of presentations we’ve begun transitioning into turning our research and knowledge into a formal individual essay.
Yesterday we talked more about why lenses help with analysis and we used this power point to guide us: Lit theory research & thesis development
Today we spent time in class researching your chosen lens and finding information that helps inform your thesis.
New Historicism – Eric, Josh, Carlos, Thomas,
Gender/Queer/Power Theory – Nereida, Desuray, Tracy, Vanna, Guyvens,
Critical Race Theory – Edgar, Mohammad, Agustin, Zack
Christian Theory – Krystal, Angelica, Sara, Karla
Jungian Theory – Katherine, Luis, Devaunta, Kiara
Feminism – Jocelyn, Kathleen, Mariana, Miriam
Today, we had a very successful fishbowl seminar surrounding video gaming. Thanks to Mariana for the suggestion and guidance.
If you have missed the first sessions of playing Bioshock Infinite in class, please check out this walkthrough on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFJ0JTaMxUg&list=PLs1-UdHIwbo6S07xjTarBtqXOsj7dDiWZ
You are expected to have read the text on race from Friday and also the first chapter of a research paper on Bioshock. If you need copies of the documents, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
We started playing Bioshock Infinite in class. For those of you who could not attend I found a link to a walkthrough on youtube: Bioshock Infinite Walkthrough
In the background, you will hear the player comment on the things he is doing, unfortunately, I did not find a video without gamer commentary.
On Monday, we will play some more and on Tuesday we will have a Socratic seminar based on what we saw and the reading you are required to do outside of class.
Because of copyright, I cannot post the reading here, so please send me an email request if you did not get the reading yet. email@example.com
PLEASE POST YOUR SEMINAR QUESTIONS BELOW!