Read: Lorde, Audre. The Cancer Journals, Introduction and Part 1, pp 7-22
Lorde, Part 2, pp. 23-56
Watch/Discuss in class: Pink Ribbons, Inc. through Kanopy
Lorde, Part 3, pp. 56-79
These guidelines are for how to write an op-ed. In addition to being clear, creative, coherent, cohesive, and developing an argument or main point (this can be done in a more informal manner and still be smart), this blog assignment asks you to delve more deeply into the materials by:
1.Thinking about something that you gravitated toward while reading the materials and you want to explore further: I recommend the section of a chapter or even a paragraph that made you write things in the margins of the book (or your notes); something you felt strongly about and want to say something about. 2. As you prepare to craft an op-ed, pause and think about an idea/concept/specific instance/issue and why it stands out to you and what makes it meaningful—on a large (national) and/or small (regional/campus/personal) scale.
3. Because this is on a blog, there are opportunities to link relevant reading/visual material for others to check out. Blogging is all about making connections providing evidence— links can be part of that evidence that you cannot take the space to explain in your op-ed. Links and images keep your reader engaged with your main ideas—this is done visually and intellectually when you add outside sources and make some intriguing connections.
You will need to provide at least two links and one image. Summary of requirements for blog op-ed entries: • A creative title; • The written text; • Links to at least two (2) related resources in the body of your entry (directing someone to a specific source in the context of your writing. • One (1) Image is required to receive credit and suggest that you break up your text with a few images that make sense • For the purposes of this class: provide a reference at the end of your entry to the reading(s) that you may quote and/or were relevant for your entry.
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