The feedback has really helped me to adapt to the website, the suggestions Professor Tougaw have pointed out as to what I should include in the website and even what to break up on certain pages had made it easier to adapt to the website. I think the part I will most likely struggle with is making sure I do not write it like an essay and adapt to it fit the web expectations. I wish I had more time to have been able to written another draft but I didn’t, I could of develop my thesis futhur to get a clearer point across to the reader. My pages for the web project will be broken into
-debates about memory and identity
-introducing the writers telling about their work and where they stand in the debate
-the effects of memory loss on families
-depression and anxiety created by memory loss.
-conclusion that focuses on what is preserved when memory goes.
- Blog 18: How does the author use narration to represent the distinctive point of view of a character with Asberger Syndrome (Haddon) or schizophrenia (Wray)?
- Blog 16- Epileptic
- Blog 28: Reflect on the semester as a whole–what we’ve done, what you’ve learned, what you still want to know, what you enjoyed most, what you enjoyed least, texts that stand out, suggestions for me next time I teach the course, etc.
- Blog 27: Draft of the introduction page for your web project.
- Blog 26: Reflect on the feedback you’ve received on your final project and your plans for adapting it for our website
- Blog 16- Epileptic on
- Blog 25: Reflect on the strengths and weaknesses seminar essay and your thoughts about adapting it for our web project. on
- Blog 28: Reflect on the semester as a whole–what we’ve done, what you’ve learned, what you still want to know, what you enjoyed most, what you enjoyed least, texts that stand out, suggestions for me next time I teach the course, etc. on