reading response

I need help with a History question. All explanations and answers will be used to help me learn.

Each week, students will write brief responses, about one page, to the week’s readings. Weekly response papers will be one page long, typed or word-processed, and double spaced, in a standard font (Palatino, Times, Courier, or similar), sized at 10 or 12 points. The aim of these exercises is to help you sharpen your writing and analytic skills, and to help you develop your own contributions to the class discussions. Of course, one page is an impossibly confined space, too small to fully critique the primary sources and secondary studies we will be discussing. Your aim in these weekly responses is not to summarize the reading, but instead to locate one or more of the major questions and issues of that these readings may present to you—issues such as authorship, audience, intent, context, method, argument, analysis, writing strategies, content etc. Thus, your response must pose one or more questions drawn from the reading and then discuss that question or questions. Remember, if your question(s) can be answered with a “yes” or a “no,” then it/they is/are not really appropriate question(s) for discussion, whether in your response or in class. Your identification of these questions and issues will help generate and direct our seminar discussion. Indeed, you may be asked in class to use the question(s) generated in your weekly response as part of our class discussion.

Reading response

I’m working on a Writing exercise and need support.

https://medium.com/@modernserf/hashtags-for-humans-34ff56af010d

Write at least five complete sentences answering the questions below and/or describing your reaction to the reading. Please don’t just write a summary of what you read!

What is your favorite sentence or thought from this reading and why?

What’s a time when using a hashtag(s) taught you something new or gave you unexpected results?

reading response

I need help with a History question. All explanations and answers will be used to help me learn.

Each week, students will write brief responses, about one page, to the week’s readings. Weekly response papers will be one page long, typed or word-processed, and double spaced, in a standard font (Palatino, Times, Courier, or similar), sized at 10 or 12 points. The aim of these exercises is to help you sharpen your writing and analytic skills, and to help you develop your own contributions to the class discussions. Of course, one page is an impossibly confined space, too small to fully critique the primary sources and secondary studies we will be discussing. Your aim in these weekly responses is not to summarize the reading, but instead to locate one or more of the major questions and issues of that these readings may present to you—issues such as authorship, audience, intent, context, method, argument, analysis, writing strategies, content etc. Thus, your response must pose one or more questions drawn from the reading and then discuss that question or questions. Remember, if your question(s) can be answered with a “yes” or a “no,” then it/they is/are not really appropriate question(s) for discussion, whether in your response or in class. Your identification of these questions and issues will help generate and direct our seminar discussion. Indeed, you may be asked in class to use the question(s) generated in your weekly response as part of our class discussion.