Monthly Archives: April 2017

Wikipedia Group Topics

Wikipedia Projects

Here are some suggested pages which groups might create or edit. I would like each group to decide on a page and propose to me what they would like to do with it before I approve their work– by Monday, May 8.

  • Each group member should complete the Google project survey and create a Wikipedia ID.

British Society & Lit 1

  • Group 4 (extra credit): Merchant of Venice
    (Ideas: Bassanio; Gratiano; Portia; Lorenzo; Nerissa; Jessica; Tubal; Gobbo; Il Pecorone; Belmont)
  • Group 5: Picture of Dorian Gray
    (Ideas: Lippincott’s Magazine; Dorian; Basil; Lord Henry; Sibyl Vane; Vivian Grey; “The Artist as Critic”; “Criticism” section of The Picture of Dorian Gray; “Cultural References” section of The Picture of Dorian Gray; Themes and Motifs: Add “Guilt” or “Sin”

Shakespeare

  • Group 5: Henry V
    (Ideas: Michael Williams; Doll Tearsheet; Alice; Montjoy; Monsieur le Fer; Harfleur (expand and make Henry V description a separate section); Henry V (Character); Katharine (Character); Add “Cultural References” section
  • Group 1: Poems & Sonnets
    (Ideas: Dark Lady; Procreation Sonnets; Choose one of the minor sonnets with a short page and fill it out)
  • Group 11: The Tempest
    (Ideas: Prospero; Ferdinand; Caliban; Sebastian; Gonzalo; Stephano; Trinculo; Naufragium (1523); Full Fathom Five)

PBL & Visioning – MUL Episode 4 Blog Post

Managing University Life Episode 4 Blog Post — Comments will be closed May 7

  • Reminder: On Thursday, June 15 you will be submitting a written course project on one of the issues discussed in Episodes 1-6.

Choose one of the following questions and write a post of about 100-200 words answering it. There are no right or wrong answers; give your opinion, or respond to someone else’s post.

 

  1. When you are planning a paper assignment or a presentation and need to do research, what are some methods, websites, or practices you feel are helpful for finding good sources? How can you judge your sources?
  2. Discuss a situation where you thought about a problem and employed synthesis-level thinking– that is, you combined knowledge from several subjects or examples to produce new knowledge to solve the problem.

PBL Vision & Career Video

PBL Vision & Career students:

For the week of April 19, please watch the video 대학생활과 시간관리 (Campus Life & Time Management), at http://gen.hanyang.ac.kr/indexA10.html. You don’t need to come to my office; you can watch it at home or wherever you like.

[Edit: The link may not work– don’t worry if you can’t see the video yet.]

We’ll meet in my office (525) next week, April 26.

PBL & Visioning – MUL Episode 3 Blog Post

PBL & Visioning – MUL Episode 3 Blog Post

Choose one of the following questions and write a post of about 100-200 words answering it. There are no right or wrong answers; give your opinion, or respond to someone else’s post.

  1. Describe your own study space– are there ways you might improve it?
  2. Think about your own personality and body, and discuss how you might best prepare for an exam. Are there things in the episode which you especially feel might work, or have worked?
  3. What are some things you personally do, or might try to do, during an exam to help you write it?

Wikipedia Presentation Thu Apr 27

Sociology professor Piotr Konieczny will be teaching the Shakespeare class on Thursday, April 27 at 12:00-1:30; he will lecture on using Wikipedia’s article editor and on the educational uses of Wikipedia generally.

Group members in British Society & Lit 1 are invited to come to the lecture to learn how to use the Wikipedia editor.

  • Shakespeare class: Groups 1, 5, and 11 are working on the Wikipedia project
  • British Soc & Lit 1: Groups 4 (smaller project, extra credit) and 5 are working on the Wikipedia project
  • All groups: Remember that you still need to lead Q&A after live presentations

Every member: Please fill in the anonymous project survey at Google Forms