Multi-Modal Reading Response Logs

Here is how these multi-modal reading response logs are described on one syllabus. The bracketed explanation is how they are explained to the class.

Presented in a variety of ways, these are responses to the assigned readings. Their primary purpose is to help all of us connect with the readings in a variety of ways. Think of them as a way to jump-start discussions or review concepts. Worth up to 20 points each, the Responses to Readings are due five times during the semester, in specific "rounds," and are worth up to 100 points for all five. Each person will have a chance to respond once in each of five different formats:


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