Hi everyone! Here, you should:

1.  Post your extended paragraph as a comment in this thread. You will respond to the prompt you were given on Thursday with an elaboration on "how Conrad manages to convey both a sense of distaste and yet an uncomfortable awareness of a bond with the natives" based upon the passage from Chapter 2. Response must be submitted by Sunday evening at 9 PM.

2. THEN, read through the responses from your peers and post an insightful response comment to someone else's post. This means you will highlight points that they noted and comment on them (I agree, I disagree, I would like to take this further, If you were to analyze this deeper, etc.). These are to be formally written. Feedback is due by Monday night at 11:59 PM.

3. In light of some students expressing disappointment with these having to be "formally written", we're going to include an informal aspect of this as well. You are welcome to copy and paste the linked images below as comments to each other's responses; you can do this for as many posts as you would like.
Concise thesis: http://aplitsia.weebly.com/uploads/1/1/1/0/11106673/4643134_orig.jpg
Impressed:  http://aplitsia.weebly.com/uploads/1/1/1/0/11106673/3320339.jpg?351 
Needs deeper analysis:  http://aplitsia.weebly.com/uploads/1/1/1/0/11106673/6325072_orig.jpg 
Literary devices: http://aplitsia.weebly.com/uploads/1/1/1/0/11106673/5846955_orig.jpg 
Diction: http://aplitsia.weebly.com/uploads/1/1/1/0/11106673/4220038_orig.jpg
Evidence: http://aplitsia.weebly.com/uploads/1/1/1/0/11106673/9963479_orig.jpg
Hi everyone!  If you find any resources or tools that are related to things we are talking about in class, please post them here as a comment. Feel free to send appropriate YouTube videos, websites, images, (maybe even memes), anything you find that is related to what we're doing or have done in the classroom. Make sure to put a brief description connecting your contribution to what we do in class. Looking forward to seeing what we can come up with!