"Gather materials which may include not only your work, but that of your neighbors, friends, your neighbors' friends etc. This is your chance to make and feature your culture. Those doodles, homework assignments, scraps of paper, lists, and found art are just a few possibilities for content. Nearly all acts of communication can be zine-worthy." From Do It Green Minnesota
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Shipyard Workers during WWII More here.
Duke University Zine History
Sample Zine: Tanning Hides
Zine History Links
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Take your turn to add an example relevant to the prompt on the following pages.
Assignment 1: Practice writing introductions after rating the body of the essay for Content, Organization, and Style.
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Assignment 2: Practice writing conclusions after rating the introductions of the essay for Content, Organization, and Style. Use the same directions and essays as above.
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Introduction to Persuasive Writing -- see slides 1-8
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Draft Documents Requirements
Genre Information: the kinds of writing you need to write
Grammar Packet 1 I: Complete in class (Extra credit if completed by 10/22)
Grammar Packet 2 I: Complete in class (Extra credit if completed by 12/14)
Cover Letter for Final Drafts (Sample)
Grammar Packet 1 (Partner Directions): Complete in class
10 Prompts (detailed)