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Sharon’s Flow Map

This my flow map.  My area of focus is English and I don’t know what I want to do for my senior project yet I was thinking about doing either a book of short stories and poems or some sort of project on English Education.

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4 thoughts on “Sharon’s Flow Map

  1. Now that I’ve discussed my senior project ideas with other people I know that if I chose to do research on English Education, I would have to be more specific, like maybe focusing on how writing is thought in public schools from K-12 or narrowing it even further to just high schools or something of that sort. I have a lot of different ideas in mind now.

    Posted by Sharon | April 9, 2011, 7:20 pm
  2. Sharon’s Spring Break Book Responses
    1. Watch or read something that’s related to your project idea. That might involve Netflix or a magazine or asking Google or something more creative.
    http://tc.readingandwritingproject.com/ (the link Ms. Jenkins said I should look at)
    http://www.reachoutandread.org/impact/ (this is the website to my internship, I think I’ll ask my supervisor for ideas on my project as well.)

    2. Find an example of what you want to do. If you want to create a website, find a website that’s similar to what you’re interested in making.
    This is short and it’s the news but I guess this would be like a mini version of my idea for how I want to present my project.
    3. Find someone to call/interview/email about your project/research idea. Document this conversation.
    I emailed someone and I’m waiting for a response.
    4. Post the link to your post to Facebook or somewhere else where you can get feedback from your friends on your ideas.
    I emailed my idea out to a couple of my close friends and my mentor so they can give me feedback.
    5. Click on a category on the right that’s related to your own interests (like “film’) and comment on at least three other project ideas.



    Posted by Sharon | April 26, 2011, 8:33 am
  3. S – how have you advanced your ideas on this? What are you thinking about re: a more specific research question/problem and project?

    Posted by Christina Jenkins | April 29, 2011, 10:46 am

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