Brecht, from Svendberg Poems

Brecht, from Svendberg Poems
The name of the reading is
“ Bertolt Brecht Poems 1913- 1956”
Edited by John Willett and ralph Manheim with the co-operation of Erich Fried.

The Basics
Objective:
Students
will
be
able
to
give
some
feedback
on
readings
in
an
informal
and
yet

thoughtful
way
and
the
Instructor
will
be
able
to
get
a
sense
of
what
students
are
thinking
about
readings.
Frequency:
Students
will
be
assigned
one
day/reading
to
respond
to.
Length:
200
words
Grading:
Reading
Responses
will
be
worth
20
points
and
will
be
counted
in
the
Preparation/Participation
category.
Other
Details:
Students
are
also
responsible
for
reading
the
forums
• Posts
are
due
by
9
pm
Sunday
for
Tuesday
readings
and
9
pm
Wednesday
for
Thursday
readings.
Early
posts
are
encouraged!
Look
ahead
and
take
note
of
when
your
post
is
due.
The
schedule
is
posted
on
Moodle.
• Posts
must
be
200
words
in
length.
• Be
sure
to
identify
the
text
you
are
writing
about
(if
the
reading
for
a
day
has
mthan
one
text,
you
need
only
choose
one
to
write
about).
• In
the
reading
responses,
it
is
EXCELLENT
to
refer
to
and
develop
ideas
other
people
have
posted,
but
this
should
not
be
done
in
a
banal
way
(i.e.
“I
agree
with
Erin
that
this
was
a
rather
dry
reading
because
it
did
not
say
anything
exciting.”)
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Trapp
|
CSCL
1101
|
Fall
2014
Evaluation
Posts
will
be
evaluated
BY
THE
INSTRUCTOR
on
their
quality
of
engagement
with
the
reading:
• High-­?quality
posts
(A)
engage
substantively
with
the
issues
raised
in
the
text,
ask
questions
about
interpretative
details,
refers
to
specific
lines/passages
from
the
text
by
quoting,
and
highlight
points
of
interest
for
the
reader.
• Mid-­?quality
posts
(B)
point
out
the
themes
of
a
text,
ask
questions
about
the
text,
refer
more
generally
to
details
in
the
text,
and
indicate
what
the
reader
liked
or
didn’t
about
the
reading.
• Poor-­?quality
posts
(C)
list
points
about
the
text,
may
not
find
any
questions
to
ask
about
the
text,
only
make
general
statements
about
the
text
(no
close
reading),
and
tend
to
focus
on
whether
the
reader
liked
or
didn’t
like
the
reading.


Prof. Angela

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