Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Don Quixote Book Club p. 163-212

The Book Club met last Tuesday, and I am at a loss for a central point or theme. Surely, I could fill it up with words and analysis of femininity and mythology, but somehow after the discussion that doesn’t seem right. … Continue reading

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The Don Quixote of La Mancha Book Club p. 52-162

Last time I think I promised to talk about insanity. However, after the discussion last Tuesday, I don’t think I have the right to focus this post solely on insanity. Surely, it is quite easy to establish Don Quixote as … Continue reading

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Things I’ve noticed Since I’ve been your Writing Lab Tutor… part 1

I’d like to review how to write a body paragraph and the editorial ques one needs to touch to have an effective paragraph. Here is the general outline of a body paragraph: Topic Sentence: 1-2 short sentences–in a sentence, explain … Continue reading

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The Don Quixote of La Mancha Book Club pxvii-52

Housekeeping: Okay so we decided 50pp was a little weak to meet on every week, so we decided to meet every other week instead. The next meeting will be held on the 16th in rm 35 @430pm regarding everything  through … Continue reading

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The Don Quixote of La Mancha Book Club

Hello, there. So who is Don Quixote and why is he such a literary and cultural figure? One day in November when I was first starting to work as the writing lab teacher, Blaze Newman came through the lab, and … Continue reading

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