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# Writers Studio Spring 2020

## Dr. Kenneth Sherwood

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Remember - Final Exam

- Final Exam 5/7 at 10:15am

- Required Zoom Meeting

- Presentation of your Final Projects to the class. (Max 10 minutes)


This is not an “exam” to study for, and if you have submitted your final project, then you are 80% prepared. However, I would like you to give some reflection as to how you can best introduce and explain your project. What were your goals? What are you happy with? What did you learn? You will have just 5 minutes to present; so for podcasters, for example, you will have to be ready to share excerpts. Ideally, you would share this from your own screen to the class, so that you have total control; but I will be ready to help if that's more suitable (i.e. you have a slow connection).

Last Week

# Week 15

— # Tuesday

1.) doing the #atlanticpoetrychallenge Link. Anyone else feel inspired? “Write about the last dream you remember”

` #iup_writers_studio #atlanticpoetrychallenge `

2.) Check-in via Zoom - Project progress

3.) Final Project due Thursday, April 30 at class time

# Thursday

We will checkin via GroupMe and I can help anyone who needs an assist to get it uploaded and linked on your homepage.

1.) Upload your final projects, link through your home page. *Final Project* should be the bottom link, below your other projects.

## Homework

Final Blog Post - Please reflect on your experience in Writers Studio this semester (including, if you want, the disruption of moving off campus). What did you struggle with, where did you grow, what were the challenges, what do you feel good about? Did your work on any of the specific projects give you a new perspective on your own writing? How did your final project help you to develop some aspect of your writing?

# Friday

PSA Virtual “Lit Night” online

Friday, May 1, 2020 from 6:00-8:pm

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