Three excellent handmade responses this week from students in English 1302 – Writing Across the Curriculum and English 2328 – Introduction to Literature and Creative Writing. Each drawing deploys one of the 21 handmade thinking formats to communicate a response in image, color, and word to an assigned reading.
This first drawing using a seesaw template is from a student in English 1302 responding to an essay by Jennie Yabroff titled “In Defense of Cheering” found in our course text They Say/I Say.
This second drawing from English 2328 is a portrait in response to Philip Booth’s poem “First Lesson” found in Good Poems by Garrison Keillor.
And this final drawing, a Venn diagram, is in response to “Rolls-Royce Dreams” a poem by Ginger Adams also found in Good Poems by Garrison Keillor.