1st Day’s Agenda
- Name Tents/ Random Facts (12:30-12:45)
- Small Group Website Exploration (12:45-1:50)
- Break (1:50-2:00)
- Writing Invitation (2:00-2:15) :
- What does it mean to be wild? How do you know?
- Wilderness Boggle (2:15-2:45)
- Logistics for Class Trip next Wednesday to River Park North (2:45-3:15) Weather, Clothing, Daybooks, Cameras, Transportation
- Take the following wilderness attitudes surveys. Links will be available Wed. evening.
- Read: “Walking” and “Living Like Weasels” available under Course Readings. In a comment on this post, respond to the following:
- For Thoreau, what does it mean to be wild? And for Dillard? How does your own definition and way of knowing compare to each of theirs? (300 word minimum).
- By Saturday, set up your own WordPress.com blog, post your “What Does it Mean to Be Wild” writing invite and email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) the url. It should be something like “http://whateveryounameyourblog.wordpress.com”. I will then post all of your blog links to the course blog.
- Between Sunday and Tuesday at midnight, go to the course blog and click on two (2) classmate’s names to read and respond (100-200 words) to their posts. Respond to their ideas, experiences, etc. rather than conventions of the writing, but feel free to agree, disagree, question, or make connections.
- Next class meets at 12:30 at River Park North.