Top Notch Prompt Response Advice

Dear VCE 'Encountering Conflict' students,

This is a space for you to practise different forms of writing and responding to set prompts. When you write a piece you will need to indicate whether you are using The Secret River or The Rugmaker to inform your writing. You also need to provide a mini statement of explanation that outlines form, audience, purpose and context.

You will also be expected to read each others' work and use the comments feature and DIIGO (a web tool useful for conferencing) to provide feedback to each other. When conferencing you can comment about what is working well in the piece, areas for improvement and how you can see the prompt and nominated text influencing the piece. Due to this you might need to edit a post you have submitted so label each edit as post 1, post 2, etc.


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Thursday, February 16, 2012

All the world's a stage

This tagxedo has been given the title 'All the world's a stage' and, as you know, when it comes to being inspired by your Context for the Creating and Presenting Outcome, you should be considering the world at large for inspiration.
Practise gathering your thoughts and responding to a prompt quickly by completing 'sound offs' to prompts and recording all your ideas in tagxedo form.
Some prompts to use:
  • One conflict always contains the seeds of another
  • Heroes often emerge from conflict
  • Conflict can bring out either courage or cowardice in an individual
  • Conflict can be a catalyst for change
  • The search for truth and justice is vital in resolving conflicts
When you complete a tagxedo remember to collect the embed code and paste it as a post to our blog. This way we can help each other expand our knowledge and understanding of the Context.

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