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Transform images of Women's Equality for Women's Equality Day, outrage, activism, and action! Higher Ed, Feminism! Lesson Plan, Equal Rights Amendment
The Commonplace Book Assignment
Vimala Pasupathi in place of a paper a course on Shakespeare’s Early Plays and Sonnets, asks students to design books that assemble passages from Shakespeare’s works for somewhat different purposes encouraging them to think about reading practices in old and new forms of media.
The Digital Humanities is About Breaking Stuff | Hybrid Pedagogy
Jesse Strommel - I ask them to take the words from a poem by Emily Dickinson, “There’s a certain slant of light,” and rearrange them into something else. They use any or all of the words that appear in the poem as many or as few times as they want. What they build takes any shape: text, image, video, a poem, a pile, sense-making or otherwise. This example is by Lans Nelson Pacifico
**Jessica Marie Johnson "teach students to assess and create historical narratives while critiquing the role constructions of race, gender, and sexuality played in the making of those narratives" "participation and discussion grade" Once a week, students created at least 1 text, image, audio, video, or link post that demonstrated “a substantive and critical analysis” of the readings to be discussed that week.
Mapping Women’s Movements
**Ariella Rotramel, “explore a broader range of women’s movements beyond what we could cover in our course materials and help students gain first-hand experience with the complexities of researching and representing women’s movement” Each student added 10 unique sites to the map. brief synopsis of the site’s relevance, images or video, links to additional information, including news, academic or advocacy sources. students used map research as a starting point for a short paper,
reading with machines days 2
Text Visualization assignment. I created a Juxta (http://juxtacommons.org/) of two versions of lyrics to Westside Story. We also watched video clips of several productions. Students then reflected on the contrasts between lyrics, between casts, as way to think about diachronic change in images of Puerto Ricans.
I annotated Kindle version of course text to start class-sourced glossary TERM:what does this term mean?" Where did this term come from? Who uses it? In what contexts? To apply to whom? Do you think anyone describes themselves with this term? Individual: Who is this person? Why is this person important? What does this person tell us about history? Students used google form that fed into a spreadsheet to answer the above questions. Each student annotated five points in the text.