Student choice is about students making choices that advance their learning.
Today, I am asking you to reflect on the work we have done together over the past few years after reading this post that I wrote last January.
There is no right way or wrong way to respond.
You might decide to reflect
- on the choices you have made;
- on the choices you have been offered;
- from an objective perspective;
- from a personal perspective;
- on the role of choice in learning;
- on the walls in your life;
- on taking the walls down and how you have done that;
- or some other way I can’t think of right now :).
Assignment 3: Communicating your process
Using one of the following tools, explain your planning process for writing. Consider your audience and purpose. How will you begin your talk? What words will you choose to connect with your audience? Will you use humour? Repetition? Many of the writing techniques are also techniques used in speaking. Review your thinking about Jana Levin’s storytelling in The Moth.
Audience: Your Peers and Teacher and Other Writers
Purpose: To make visible your planning process or to inform others about how you get ready to write
Due: Submit link to the Assignment submission page no later than Dec. 22 at noon.