Introduction inspiration. Every Introduction is different, because every Storybook is different... but if you are looking for some inspiration and ideas, you might want to browse around some of these Introductions to Storybooks from this semester which people have already published - I've picked out three Introductions from each class this semester to try to show you the variety of ways people start their Storybooks. Maybe you can find some ideas that will inspire you as you create the introduction to your Storybook!
- Fairy Tales in the City
- Oklahoma Ghost Stories
- Mysterious Rock Star Deaths Explained
- Ravana's Secrets
- Age of Innocence: A Mother's Stories
- Birth Stories: The Party of the Century
- Celtic Chronicles: Inside Ireland
- Native American Legends: Tejas Tales
- English Fairy Tales: What Jack Has To Say About It!
Storybook Stack. If you turned in a Week 4 Storybook assignment on time, you should have gotten comments back from me now, with points recorded in the Gradebook. If you turned in a late Week 4 Storybook, or an early Storybook for Week 5 or Week 6, it is probably still in the stack. My goal is always to get every Storybook returned before the weekend that is turned in before noon on Friday. Because the Introduction is often the hardest part of the Storybook for people to write, this is the week where it takes me the longest to read and reply to everybody's assignments... but, fingers crossed, I hope I can get through the stack and have comments back to everybody before the weekend for any assignment turned in by noon on Friday. :-)
Week 5 Internet assignment. (Repeat announcement.) If you did not read the previous announcement about the Week 5 Internet assignment and the Ning Comment Walls, make sure you take a look at those announcements now - you can even get extra credit for making your Comment Wall ready for visitors, both by making some more room on your Ning page, and also by adding a YouTube video to your page if you want!
The following is an announcement from Sarah Harris in the Myth-Folklore class. (If anybody else has announcements about community events you want to share with the class, let me know.)
Race for the Cure! The OU Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) is forming a team to "Race for the Cure" in the annual Central Oklahoma Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, and WE NEED YOUR HELP in fighting breast cancer. The event is being held on Saturday, October 10, 2009, at the Oklahoma City Bricktown Ballpark. If you would like to participate please register and come join us. If you can not participate but would like to donate a gift, it will be used to help save millions of lives. "One in eight women will be stricken with breast cancer in her lifetime..." Help us find a cure now, before it is too late!