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FR06 - Almost Famous: Imagining the Self in Metaphors and New Media 
November 18, 2011   12:30pm - 1:15pm
  Synced Audio / Video / Slides

The speaker will discuss new pedagogies for instructing writers in technology media. As students move from writing about concrete experience to discover metaphors--from objective to subjective imagination and interpretations---the drafting process culminates in meaningful reflections of the self, identity, and community. YouTube clips of Harold and Maude, handouts, and camvideo recordings effectively demonstrate how to improve student drafts online and in the traditional classroom.

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Beginning the Redesign Process for an Integrated Reading and Writing Course
Welcome and Opening: How Did You Get Here from There?
Reciprocal Reading: Guiding Students to Text Comprehension