Practicing McCloud’s Demonstration of Space and Time

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Link to PowerPoint HERE.

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Getting Started – Advanced

The first place you need to begin for me in this class is to begin to consider what Graphic Novel looks interesting to you to do your course research paper on. To do this, there are some steps to go through.

Step 1: Use the handout of graphic novels I’ve given you (it can be found digitally and more here).

Step 2: Using Amazon or Google, start investigating some choices that look appealing to you.

Step 3: As you begin and sift through your choices for your Graphic Novel to do your research on for this class, particularly as you narrow things down, make sure to look closely at your material, to investigate it, before making a final selection.

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Wrapping UP!

FINAL MATERIAL SUBMISSIONS AND DEADLINES

ALL presentations and ALL final research paper drafts must be submitted by end of day (11:59 PM) on Friday, Nov. 30 either via Moodle.

or

email (jonathan.c.evans1980@gmail.com).


Final submission presentations were today, turning in presentation now will earn you half points.

– Group Work projects (names of only those who did work should be on them) need to be turned in on Sunday, Dec. 2 via 11:59 PM on Moodle.

– Final Examination (Reflection Essay) will be held in our normal classroom:

ENGL 101.03 on Tuesday, Dec. 4 from 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM.

ENGL 101.01 on Tuesday, Dec. 4 from 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM.

Full Final Exam Schedule and Circled meetings for us here: final-exam-schedule-fall-2018


Regarding (on Syllabus) Final Portfolio. Due to time constraints I am simply gifting those points to you automatically.

Additionally, I should have ALL (other than Final Exam) grades up on Moodle by the time we meet for the final on Tuesday, Dec. 4.