English 350 and 355. Monday, March 3, 2014 Melissa Gunby. Today’s Agenda. Critical Reading Writing Summaries. Critical Reading. You’re already practicing critical reading skills when you’re working in the lab.
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Monday, March 3, 2014
You’re already practicing critical reading skills when you’re working in the lab.
We [students] were forever being organized into activities that, I suspect, looked good on paper and in school board reports. New programs took over and disappeared as approaches to child education changed. One year we would go without marks, on the theory that marks were a “poor motivating factor,” “an unnatural pressure.”…Another year every activity became a competition, with posters tacked up on the walls showing who was ahead that week, our failures and our glories bared to all the class. Our days were filled with electrical gimmicks, film strips and movies and overhead projectors and tapes and supplementary TV shows, and in junior high, when we went audio-visual, a power failure would have been reason enough to close down the school.
Homework Packets are due on Monday 3/17. I will give you a checklist next Monday (3/10)Homework!