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Day Eleven – SRC Reflection

In my presentation, I found to be more confident in myself, the proposal, and the PowerPoint in general which made the experience more relaxed and comfortable; moreover I was able to converse with the audience and their questions/suggestions more loosely … Continue reading

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Day Ten – Proposal Outline

Outline of Proposal-Draft The Topic (1 Paragraph Drafted) – Elaborate on thesis = The creativity of digital humanities = Propose an ideal student-activity within a high-school setting, = Examine Frankenstein as an English subject = Utilize digital sources and tools. … Continue reading

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Day Nine – Final Project Draft

The thesis for this project-proposal is to examine the creativity of digital humanities and their activities within a school setting. Do digital humanities rely on creativity as much as other English courses and if so, where is the evidence to … Continue reading

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Day Eight – Final Project Proposal

Creativity in Activities of Digital Humanities This project will propose a constructed, ideal class within a high-school setting, examining Frankenstein as an English subject and utilize digital sources and tools. Specifically, this class will also utilize creative-writing in most of … Continue reading

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Day Seven – Formal Presentation (Assignment)

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein – Which Character Would Victor Resurrect Next? For this class assignment, you will be required to take your reading of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein; or The Modern Promethus and apply critical thinking designed to implore creativity at the … Continue reading

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Day Six – Informal Presentation #1

The journal-article I chose is Adventures in Unveiling: Critical Pedagogy and Imagination, written by Sean Michael Morris, featured in Hybrid Pedagogy. Why I chose this journal-article was the how it seemed to combine the topics of pedagogy and imagination, first … Continue reading

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Day Five – Prompt #5: Word Processing for Self-Reflection

As in every generation, the evolution in technology is constant whenever something becomes outdated and obsolete, requiring technology to be modified and allowed new functions and applications for new generations. In terms of word-processing, it is a basic function or … Continue reading

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Day Four – Prompt #4: An Idea for Mapping a Text or a Topic

In the brief introduction of the chapter, it submits to the audience a simple question about maps: “what exactly do they do? What do they doo that cannot be done with words, that is; because, if it can be done … Continue reading

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Day Three – Prompt #3: An Idea for Visualizing Frankenstein

In terms of visualizing Frankenstein, I wanted to explore a personal question in the hopes of applying a purpose or idea. I’d like to know how many reprints or revisions were made over the years as well as their popularity … Continue reading

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Day Two – Prompt #2: Ideas for Engaging Frankenstein with Purpose

As a graduate student studying in literature, I contend that I will teach on a particular level at some point in time. During my undergraduate studies, I have pursued studies in creative writing as well. For that reason, I’m happy … Continue reading

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