What did you learn in this class last week?
2. Observations on Week 1/feedback on journals, assignments, and overall performance so far
3. Literature analysis requirement
4. Vocabulary and grammar
5. (if there's time) "The Right to Your Opinion" follow-up & implications
1. Describe 5 "go to" sources for good non-fiction and post to your blog (title: 5 GO-TO SOURCES FOR GOOD NONFICTION)
2. Review "The Right to Your Own Opinion" for tomorrow
3. Select a non-fiction book and bring it tomorrow
4. Answer the following questions in a post on your blog entitled REFLECTIONS ON WEEK 1
- Are there any factors that you think are going to affect your participation or experience in this class? Access to a computer? Mobile/smart phone? Transportation? Friends/family? Schedule?
- Think of an awesome best ever learning experience that changed you. What did you learn? Where were you? What happened? Who else was there? Did it teach you anything about how you learn (or pay attention... or remember, or think?) How did you know what was happening?
- What are you most [excited/concerned] about in this class? What do you look forward to in learning? How do you think it can/will make a practical difference in your life?