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Date Created: 08/30/16
ENGL 2305 Fall 2016 Anderson Presentation & Discussion Post You will sign up for a presentation date. By 11:59 pm the night before class on that day, you will post a discussion post on our class discussion board on Blackboard. Then in class that day, you will be one of two discussion leaders. You will be expected to discuss your analysis of the passage you chose in a 10-minute informal presentation. Both the discussion post and the presentation will be about the passage you selected from the story scheduled to be discussed in class that day. Your discussion post should consist of two parts: 1) a quoted passage of your choice (2-6 sentences) from the story and 2) your analysis or close reading of that passage, including ONE aspect of its narrative strategy and how the passage reflects or relates to the story as a whole. Your analysis might answer ONE the following questions about the passage’s narrative strategy: - Who seems to be telling the story? - Why do they seem to be telling the story the way they are? Why now? - How much time is between the narrator’s telling of the story and the action or events in the story? - What effects are created by the narration? - What attitude(s) does the narrator seem to have toward the characters? - What does the narrator know that the characters don’t? - What does the narrator not know? - How would the story change if the narrative strategy or point of view changed? Your analysis should be broken into paragraphs and be at least 500 words (not counting the quoted passage). Half of the grade will be based on your discussion post, and half on your presentation. While this is an assignment for a grade, I encourage you to think of the discussion post as place for brainstorming, pre-writing, and your initial analysis that may lead you to a more formal thesis for an essay later on. You may pose questions you don’t know the answer to in the discussion post, and I encourage you to do so.


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