This assignment is a final paper, so it is a very important paper, as well as unique and creative — so please read all the directions fully and thoroughly – I will write some directions below — but the full directions will be attached as a PDF here.
This assignment is based on all 5 short papers that were given to us and that we completed throughout the semester. I will attach all 5 short papers as pdf documents here so you can view them all. For this assignment, you must merely use all 5 of those papers (or not all 5 – up to you), to create one whole, long paper. What this means is you have to take whatever words that you used in those short papers of your choice, and then piece them together to see what works and calls for a creative piece.
Please reference towards the pdf document with all the directions there. MUST read them well, in order to do this right.
Think of this assignment as a bricolage paper – a paper constructed or created of words assembled together from diverse things available, in this case, the words within the 5 papers. It is your choice what words you want to use, what words you want to stitch together etc. The point of this assignment is to utilize at least 4 out of the 5 short papers and create kind of like a journal of how the semester/my life has been or like a diary/chapter book. Please get creative!
***Note; the dates you see on each of the short papers are the dates the paper was written if you decide to take on the journal/diary route!
***Note; YOU CAN add words to the piece to make it flow better, it does not entirely have to be direct words only from the papers – it mostly has to be from the papers but you can add things to make it better!!!
Here are the directions in case it is easier to view it here to you as opposed to the pdf;
Your final project is to assemble at least four of the five short papers into a file or collection that serves as a journal of the semester’s work. In assembling this collection, you have the option of somehow combining the papers into a single document, or leaving them separate and distinct–or, you can also recombine the papers to form a mash-up that is its own original piece.
How you go about assembling the collection really up to you; you could decide to include all five papers, and to present them in the order in which they were written, adding additional information to explain what else was happening in your personal life, and/or in the world of politics, family and community life, whatever, in a perfectly straightforward way; you could amend, introduce, or otherwise frame your papers with additional new commentary, notes from class, or supplemental first-person autobiographical information; or, you could take each paper apart, break it into pieces or fragments, mix them up, and present them as a kind of cut-up collage, or bricolage, of your semester. (If you made a cut-up reassemblage of all your work, including Short Paper 3–the file of archival materials–this option could take on a very interesting and strange dimension, which could be fascinating–if you have not noticed, I am drawn to strange uses of language and form, so even some arrangement of materials that does not present things in a neat, chronological, or straightforward manner could be fine with me).
Notes/advice from the teacher for this paper below;
You don’t HAVE to add anything when stitching together the paper wordings, necessarily BUT YOU CAN to make it sound nice!–you could simply attach dates to show when different papers were composed, and stick on a title, such as “Work Diary, September to December, 2020,” or some such.
There really is no need to make the papers flow together, as noted–you could simply assemble them as separate chapters, or as dated entries in a semester-long journal. It would be appreciated if you attempt to make them flow though!
“You don’t have to have a path—that’s what I’ve been trying to say again and again. You could simply arrange them in the form of a journal and put the dates on your papers, as in:
Table of Contents
Paper 1, “Under the Bridge,” September 7-11
Paper 2, “Simple Plans,” October 20-24
Paper 3, “…
Or, you could cut them up and tape them back together in a totally unexpected and random order.” JUST MAKE IT CREATIVE!
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