Reading “Rime,” Part II
Please note, you are required to annotate (write on) the resource in the assigned tool only. Please upload the images, audio, and/or video to your blog and provide a sentence or two of commentary for each day.
Sept 8: Glossed Print Text in .pdf
Read, Coleridge, Samuel. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Norton Anthology. 8th ed. Vol D. Eds. Jack Stillinger & Deidre Shauna Lynch. New York: WW Norton & Co., 2006. 430-46. While you read in Adobe Reader, write at least four marginal “sticky notes” in response to at least three parts of the poem (min 50 words).
|Sept 13: Data base & Annotate in Google DocsRead, Coleridge, Samuel. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Poetry Foundation Online. Chicago: Poetry Foundation, 2014. While you read take at three screen shots of relevant passages from at least three parts of the poem, upload to Google Docs (document or presentation), and add at least one comment per screen shot.|
Sept 15: Audio and Voice Memo
Coleridge, Samuel. “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.” Perf. Jane Aker. Loudlit.org. Record at least three responses from three different part of the poem using “Voice Memos,” or a similar voice recording app (at least 3 memos).
Sept 19: Video and Jing
Listen and Watch, Coleridge, Samuel. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Perf. Orson Wells. Dir. Lary Jordan. Studio Films, 1977. In response to the video, create a 2 minute Jing screen cast in which you discuss point out any features that stand out to you. For example, relation between visual and verbal imagery. OR, how is the slideshow/video of the poem, making interpretive judgements?