Journal Entriesby Team LASO on 12/05/16
Journal Entries May Consist of the Following:
- In-class quizzes
- You may elaborate on in-class quizzes
- Rough draft of letters to the editor
- Letters to the editor that are published.
- Extrapolations on class discussions
- Hard concrete descriptions of objects, any objects, yes, any objects, okay, such as: the keys in your pocket, your left shoe, your tooth brush, the next manbag you see, formica. Write one entry per object. Or pick your own.
- Analyses of essays from our anthology not discussed in class.
- Analysis of arguments from newspapers
- Analyses of political arguments, commercials, products
- Audience analysis of an event, a publication, or a broadcast, or something else.
- Prove that everything is an argument: Describe how specific random objects are arguments, such as: the keys in your pocket, your left shoe, your tooth brush, the next manbag you see, formica. Write one entry per object. Or pick your own.
- I will also identify certain in-class exercises or notes as counting towards journal entries.
- Analyze the intended audiences for billboards, tv commercials, radio ads, or other products surrounding you.
You can also pitch me a topic.