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ENGL 205 (W2015) — Foundations: Shakespeare
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j.mp/shax205
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A NOTE ON "PUBLISHING"
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The maximum length of these publications is 600 words or 6 minutes long. The PLATFORM you choose for publishing is up to you -- whether it's a post on the course blog, an essay you submit electronically or on paper, a post on the D2L discussion board. Think critically and creatively about which platform is most suitable for your purposes. Think also about the media that will meet those purposes. If it's a vlog or audio podcast or live performance in class or in tutorial, then opt for that. The more appropriate your choice of platform (for your purposes), the more points you earn.
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BIG IDEA
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BADGE 1Points to earn badge
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Code in D2L GradebookActivity descriptionPoints awarded for activityNotes
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METHODS
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ANALYSIS BADGE 15
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AN: PhotoPost photo of your annotated book1per page
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AN: Troilus QuizComplete the Troilus bonus quiz on D2L1
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AN: Lucrece QuizComplete the Lucrece bonus quiz on D2L1
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AN: WT QuizComplete the Winter's Tale bonus quiz on D2L1
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AN: PerfectGet 100% on reading quiz (D2L)5
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AN: VoyantUse Voyant to analyse a section of text or a sonnet, then publish your findings (include screenshots)5 to 7
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AN: Other
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FACETIME BADGE: 15
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FT: Office HoursAttend office hours (TA)1per visit
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FT: LEC AttendanceCome to class1per classWe'll take attendance with TopHat
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FT: TUT AttendanceCome to tutorial1per tutorial
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FT: LEC DiscussionSpeak in class2per class
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FT: TUT DiscussionSpeak in tutorial2per tutorial
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FT: Live-TweetLive-tweet a class (in-depth ideas + engage with class)1 to 5per class
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FT: FollowupPublish after class or tutorial your reflections on the ideas, discussion, and questions we didn't have time to consider5 to 7
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FT: Other
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LANGUAGE
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WRITING BADGE15
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WR: PoetryWrite and publish your own Shakespearean sonnet7 to 10
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WR: Close-ReadingPublish a close-reading of any passage7 to 12
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WR: ReshuffleCreate a new, cogent, and dramatic scene by reshuffling existing lines from three existing Shakespearean plays7 to 12
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WR: Other
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LANGUAGE BADGE15
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LG: OEDIdentify Shakespeare's neologisms in any of the texts we have read on social media via the OED1
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LG: MeterIdentify and tweet lines that deviate from a passage's dominant meter1per tweet
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LG: PunsIdentify puns while reading and publish about it1 to 12
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LG: VlogCreate a vlog discussing elements of Shakespeare's language2 to 3per video
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LG: CO QuizGet at least 30/35 on the Course Outline Quiz on D2L1
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LG: CO Perfect QuizGet a perfect grade on the Course Outline Quiz on D2L2
If you receive a perfect grade, you will receive two extra points.
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LG: Other
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PERFORMANCES
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PERFORMANCE BADGE15
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PF: LinkProvide the class with a link to an open-source Shakespearean performance1
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PF: Attend AdaptationAttend a play that is a Shakespearan adaptation5
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PF: Perform textPerform a section of text through a vlog or soundcloud5
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PF: InterviewInterview an actor from the Stratford Shakespeare Festival5 to 7
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PF: ChoralPublish your response to a video or podcast of a choral reading 5 to 7
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PF: ExperiencePublish on the experience and adaptation10 to 12
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PF: QuizComplete the Elizabethan Stage Quiz in D2L1 to 3
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PF: Other
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QUESTIONS
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ARGUMENTS BADGE15
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AG: Article ThesisIdentify and evaluate a scholarly article's thesis (this scholarly article must be in the journal Shakespeare Quarterly), then publish your findings3 to 5
Here is a link to the journal, which you need to access through the U of C Library site
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AG: Article ArgumentCreate an outline of a scholarly article's argumentative process (this article must be in Shakespeare Studies), then pubish your findings5 to 7
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AG: 2 SourcesPublish on a specific topic with (2) sources7 to 12
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AG: New ThreadCreate a new discussion thread on D2L2 to 3
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AG: Other
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FORMS
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GENRES + MODES BADGE15
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GM: DishInstagram a step-by-step recipe for a dish from a play3
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GM: Movie Poster
Create a theatrical (movie) poster for a play with its genre in mind - and publish a brief summary to explain your choices
3 to 5
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GM: Visual ArtCreate a work of visual art that represents an element of a play5 to 7
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GM: Video GameAdapt any potion of any play into a text-adventure video game5 to 10
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GM: Other
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ORIGINS
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HISTORY BADGE15
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HT: MoEMLContribute material to the Map of Early Modern London < j.mp/map205 >5 to 10
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HT: WikipediaMake a substantive addition / edit to a Wikipedia article pertaining to any historical topic relevant to the course5 to 10
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HT: FolgerBrowse through the Folger Artefacts and publish about one in detail7 to 10
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HT: ElizabethanPublish on present-day theatre vs Elizabethan7 to 12
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HT: Other
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SOURCES BADGE15
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SO: WikipediaMake a substantive addition / edit to a Wikipedia article pertaining to any of Shakespeare's sources5 to 10
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SO: NarrativePublish on Shakespeare's adaptations of any one narrative source of any text7 to 12
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SO: Other
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EVIDENCE
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TEXTS BADGE15
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TX: CitationsUse the right formats to quote and cite all your sources, in textual or any other media, using consistent MLA or Chicago style.2per publication
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TX: Annotated Work CitedPublish annotated bibliographic entries of at least 100 words3per entry
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TX: QuotationsPublish a substantive and nuanced argument that uses at least three quotations of 30+ words (altogether).5 to 10
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TX: Other
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Other possibilities? We’re open to most explorations of new media. Have an idea? Let us know!
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