Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Writing an Effective Bio. for the Web (Part 2 of 6) - Section 4: Student Models


It seems that the web bios. written in the 3rd person lend themselves to a more creative outlook -- that is they seem to have more personality.  Certainly, the examples here in 1st person are clever, but I found that this time (fall of 2013 see the section above), the student examples on the whole were more interesting.

  reflection re: students writing in 3rd person
  Adjustments to Practice: reflection re: students writing in 3rd person
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Writing an Effective Bio. for the Web (Part 2 of 6)

Unit 1: "The Medium is the Message": Modern Technology Meets Classic Research Methods
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: Students will be able to develop their (first?) web-based biography in order to establish a web-based voice and persona.

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