M 10-10: INTROS, CONCLUSIONS, AND TITLES || PEER REVIEW
Reminder: Have you signed up for your required conference? If not, use the link to the right to do so!
- Your peer review partners’ essays
- IGN Reviewer Corrected
- Peer Review User’s Guide
- Blogpost about our Community Standards for Peer Review (be sure also to fill out the poll linked from that post!)
- Review the sample Rhetorical Analysis essays, including the new one
- (Optional) Envision, ch6 p. 249-251 about peer feedback
Writing due: Fill out the peer review form for each of your peer review partners’ essays. Follow the instructions on the top of the form and bring the completed forms to class or upload them to your peer review partners’ Rhetorical Analysis folders.
Peer Review partners for today: James, Alex K, Nicholas || Jacie, Pao, Wilmer || Annikh, Alex W, Chaz || Armando, Alaiah, Jnani || Brenna, Arjun, Alex D
W 10-12: STARTING TO FORMULATE TOPICS IN GAMING
- Ian Bogost, “Three Types of Advertising” – REQUIRED: read the section called “Three Types of Advertising” (only about 3 pdf pages long); RECOMMENDED: read the whole pdf
- Read “Gamers and Gaming“, Pew Research Center, 15 December 2015.
- Refresh your memory about the Mauro and Alter Ego readings (no quiz or anything like that — we’re just going to be touching on them tomorrow, and it would be great if you remembered a little bit about them)
Writing due: Continue revising your Rhetorical Analysis on your own
Miscellaneous due: Start thinking of topics and research questions that interest you related to the topics of gaming and/or simulation
COMING UP NEXT WEEK: Rhetorical Analysis revision due Sunday; thinking about research topics; exploring the library