Quotational practices

in advance of broken arm
1. Read your peer’s description. Add something to it to make it clearer or maybe more interesting according to you, the reader. Think of a better or another title.
2. Think of an object. Think of a new name for this object revealing its other properties.
3.
Optional 1: Write a poem from the quotes of what you were reading and hearing in class. Write an explanation on the principle of your choice.
Option 2:  Chose a text you want to appropriate. Write it. Explain its new meaning.
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