Wednesday, 29 January 2014

#DoNowRealityTV

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Do Now is a new series of activities for students to respond to current issues through the use of KQED's award-winning online media resources and social media tools like Twitter.

We have been invited to take part in the Do Now Art and Popular Culture this semester.

You will notice that for Art & Popular culture, these posts are published every other Tuesday of the month. We will be twittering about each post for the whole week once the post for our working group is published.

If you feel that Civics or Science Do Now topics are easier to connect with your interests, I encourage you to explore them.

The hashtag we will be using for these assignments is #DoNow_urjc

Aims:

Read, listen and watch the corresponding Do Now contents. Then, for every Do Now week, tweet to respond to the Do Now.

Be sure to begin your tweet with @KQEDedspace and end it with the hashtag on the blog and our #DoNow_urjc. Retweet the most interesting tweets by others, respond to your peers, include multimedia elements in your tweets such as pictures, videoclips, memes or any other resource you regard it is going to enrich your contributions.

At the end of each Twittering Week, we will storify the Do Now Round up.

If you still do not have a Twitter account, you can now open one and start.

When you are done with the weekly Do Now, write your Twitter URL (you can write it here, as a comment and/or in our online classroom) so I can see your activity for the #DoNow_urjc assignment.

Do not forget to save your Twitter URL to your portfolio, as you are going to need it more than once along the Do Now semester.

Here you are this week #DoNow for our Art and Popular Culture GroupDoes Reality TV Make Us More Comfortable with Surveillance?

Photo by Beverly News/REX

Remember your tweets must begin with @KQEDedspace and end with #DoNowRealityTV plus our own hashtag #DoNow_urjc

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