- An introduction: This is supposed to be fresh and so I started with a recipe for kluski and milk and talked about how I hate Windows 10.
- A take on "write what you know": in which I basically said it wasn't literal and that understanding and empathy informed our creation of characters. We also had to respond to two others' efforts.
- A character portrayal: This will be workshopped as part of the class, so sharing it here won't accomplish anything.
- A response to a reading: not particularly interesting unless you've read the text. Also, two responses.
I'm also coding for a different class. For those who've never programmed, it's kinda tough to describe. A program is a recipe the computer follows to turn input into output in the same way you turn ingredients into dinner. The code for last week turned a data file of names and test scores into output on the screen of names and grades.
The input came from a file that looked looked like (but was longer):
Johnson 85 83 77 91 76
Aniston 80 90 95 93 48
Cooper 78 81 11 90 73
and the output was just the name and the average of the scores.
I'll keep my recipe secret though.