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Teaching Literature Rhetorically: Transferring the Rhetorical Skills Emphasized in the ERWC Curriculum to the Teaching of Literature (Dr. Jennifer Fletcher) - Shared screen with speaker view
Roumy Boukova
19:43
yes, I can see them
2 - Luisa Nguyen
20:08
Luisa Nguyen from Los Angeles, CA
Al Schleicher
20:10
Al from San Diego
Adrianne Karnofel (she/her)
20:11
Adrianne Karnofel, Whittier Union High School district
Michel Chenelle
20:15
Michel Chenelle - Willits Charter School in Mendocino County.
Summer Frey
20:19
Summer frey, pylusd
Erika WancZuk (she/her/Ella)
20:19
Hello! Erika Wanczuk from Valley Center, Ca
Lisa Benham-Lewis
20:20
Lisa Benham Lewis from Fresno, CA
Lynn Ha
20:23
Hello! My name is Lynn Ha and I am from San Jose, CA.
Kumiko Williams
20:23
Kumiko Williams from Alhambra High School
Darlene Mccoy
20:24
Darlene McCoy, English Teacher from Elk Grove Unified School District
Reiss Alice
20:25
Alice from San Diego!
Jessica Magallanes (she/her)
20:26
Jessica Magallanes, Garfield High School, East Los Angeles
Charles White
20:26
Charles White, Salinas Union
Suzanne Koehnlein
20:28
Suzanne Koehnlein, Jefferson High School in Daly City, CA
Ana Maria Currea
20:28
Ana Maria Currea from Davis, CA
Amanda Hult
20:30
Amanda Hult, English Teacher, Willits High School in Northern California
johnettafleming
20:30
Johnetta Fleming Los Angeles, CA
Anna Danley
20:31
Anna Danley Bakersfield, CA
Roumy Boukova
20:31
Roumy Boukova, Santa Ana Unified, CA
Mrs. Ward-Bowden
20:32
Caytie Ward-Bowden, Norwalk High School, NLMUSD Norwalk CA
Christy Marquez
20:36
Christy Marquez, Paramount Unified
Nancy Brynelson
20:36
Nancy Brynelson, Gold River, CA Hi Everyone!
laura picker
20:37
Hello. Laura Picker from University High School. I teach ERWC 11.
Melanie Kapp
20:37
Melanie Kapp from Hart School District Santa Clarita, CA
Michelle Padilla
20:38
Michelle Padilla: CNUSD - Secondary Literacy TSA
Don Powell
20:39
Don Powell RCOE
Maycock Mary
20:41
Mary Maycock from San Diego Unified
AP Mentoring Host
20:44
Char Lindemulder, Chino Hills HS, Chino Hills
Seth
20:58
Seth Tanner Salinas Union High School District
Hughes, Debbie
21:19
Debbie Hughes from James Logan High School in Union City; ERWC and Puente English 2
Anne Porterfield
21:21
Anne Porterfield, WestEd
Michel Chenelle
21:26
Hey, Amanda! Someone else from Willits!
Toby Madubuko
21:27
Toby Madubuko/ Los Angeles Unified School District
Carol Jago
21:41
Happy Thursday afternoon!
rroth
22:41
Ray Roth Azusa high School Azusa,CA
Joe Calabrese
23:19
Greetings from San Jose CA! :-)
Joe Calabrese
23:52
Greetings to all my fellow teachers! :-)
Sunny Shiner
29:22
I love the metaphors that pop!
Darlene Mccoy
29:30
There is room for playfulness in reading :)
Lizzy Crawford
29:47
i think there were certain leaps where i lost my footing for a minute. but i trusted the speaker and their playfulness like darlene said
Melanie Kapp
29:47
It is open to interpretation.
Cano, Elisa
29:51
You can make your own interpretations.
Reiss Alice
29:56
analysis and persistence
Michel Chenelle
29:59
Reading (a poem) can take you to interesting places that are familiar,yet different.
Duncan Scrymgeour
30:00
Meaning making requires more than the writer and is as varied as the readers.
Summer Frey
30:01
Poems offer a cleansing of self, joy, community.
Anna Chee
30:04
the author uses symbolism throughout I think. The reader has to try to identify a chain of symbolism and if it makes sense
Joe Calabrese
30:12
You definitely have to construct your own meaning of the poem through your personal connections with the allusions and references to everyday life.
Lizzy Crawford
30:18
i love how it speaks on the process of creation
Cano, Elisa
30:18
You can make your own interpretations.
Carol Jago
30:20
Love the line about a poem being always open for business … though a different kind of “business.”
Duncan Scrymgeour
30:26
Punctuation provides a guide to recitation.
Anna Danley
30:29
You have to dive in and experience it.
Michel Chenelle
30:37
Starts out like he's going to create an argument then gives examples.
Carol Jago
31:11
That first stanza also makes me think of Juan Felipe Herrera’s picture book “Imagine.”
Michel Chenelle
32:07
juxtapose work and play
Duncan Scrymgeour
32:11
Both work and play..
Melanie Kapp
32:15
He invites the reader into the conversation by addressing "you."
Joe Calabrese
32:16
I like how he changed a few words around from the written text.
Mrs. Ward-Bowden
32:17
Poetry is participatory
Michelle Padilla
32:20
there’s a relationship
Anna Chee
32:22
it indicates that the reader has to participate
Christy Marquez
32:36
"the gossip" feels like those conversations you have as you try to figure out or imagine what the writer is trying to say
Carol Jago
32:41
The word choice of “gossip” purposely plays down the formality of literary analysis.
Erika Wanczuk (she/her/ella)
32:48
enjambement in the second and third line invite multiple interpretations of the meaning
Duncan Scrymgeour
33:43
"Gossip" feels like the vibe my kids enjoy when listening to hip hop. They approach so much poetry as though it were sacred and deep...always!
Jerre Delaney
34:37
Different relationships between stanzas. The 1st stanza would be totally at home in Silicon Valley and LA businesses; the 2nd stanza feels more relatable standing by a 7-11 Slurpee/Big Gulp machine. Both elicit participation beyond a cursory level.
Don Powell
40:21
"Life is pain, highness" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KS_f6O8mWsk
Jessica Magallanes (she/her)
42:52
polonius
Lizzy Crawford
42:56
Polonius
Sarah Martin
42:56
polonius
Lizzy Crawford
42:59
in hamlet
Charles White
43:03
polonius
AP Mentoring Host
43:05
POLONIUS VIA SHAKESPREAR
Joe Calabrese
43:07
Polonius in Hamlet
Mrs. Ward-Bowden
43:09
Polonius to his son
Duncan Scrymgeour
43:09
Poloniusj
Caroline Scott
43:11
Same
Bill Varner
43:29
Aristotle
Duncan Scrymgeour
43:37
Shakespeare wrote it, but Polonius sayeth it.
Cindy Furr
43:46
Polonius
Lizzy Crawford
44:57
Hi Jennifer, when you get a chance, could you share your website address one more time ? Thank you !!
Jyothi Bathina (pronounced JOE-THI)
45:35
https://writing.csusuccess.org/
Lizzy Crawford
45:48
Thanks!
laura picker
50:08
Can a link to her blog be posted please?
Erika Wanczuk (she/her/ella)
50:23
https://rhetoricalthinking.com/
Lizzy Crawford
50:43
awesome. thanks Erika
laura picker
51:09
thank you very much
Jyothi Bathina (pronounced JOE-THI)
51:28
also see https://erwc.blog/
Lizzy Crawford
57:12
It does the higher order thinking for the students instead of allowing students to make the connections
AP Mentoring Host
57:22
The leading questions squash interpretation but not allowing possibilities, student thinking and agency
Darlene Mccoy
01:17:39
Is there any want I can be sent a proof of attendance?
Darlene Mccoy
01:17:44
any way*
Lynda Dubon-Chavez
01:17:58
jfletcher@csumb.edu
Lisa Benham-Lewis
01:18:11
Thank you Jennifer, this has been wonderful!
Lizzy Crawford
01:18:16
That was so awesome!
Lynn Ha
01:18:20
Thank you for your time!
Michelle Padilla
01:18:22
Thank you so much!
Lizzy Crawford
01:18:22
Thanks for all of these resources!
Maycock Mary
01:18:25
Thank you! This was terrific!
Mrs. Ward-Bowden
01:18:26
Thank you! I really appreciate any opportunity to soak up some resources.
AP Mentoring Host
01:18:28
Lots of great food for thought! Thank you!
Darlene Mccoy
01:18:29
Thank you! :)
Adrianne Karnofel (she/her)
01:18:31
Jennifer, as always, thank you. I always learn something new.
Anna Chee
01:18:31
thank you!
Joan O'Neill
01:18:31
Thank you for the resources and wise words
Ana Maria Currea
01:18:31
Thank you!
Seth
01:18:34
Thank you
Lizzy Crawford
01:18:35
How do we access ERWC modules and curriculum?
Melanie Kapp
01:18:36
Thank you!
Erika Wanczuk (she/her/ella)
01:18:37
Thank you!
Lisa Phillips
01:18:43
Thank you!
Michel Chenelle
01:18:52
Thank you.
Ana Lee
01:19:07
thank you
Kumiko Williams
01:19:10
Wow the fasted hour of the day - Thanks