Talking Movement Sketching

Before you can write a synthesis paper, you have to make sure you understand what each author is trying to argue about plagiarism.

Students self-select groups of 3 or 4.
Then, group chooses 1 of 2 options:

Sketch/Draw/Graph the argument of one author, either Howard, Miller, or Hourigan. (Pick the one you think you best understand.) Be prepared to talk about what you drew and why you drew it.


Plan a brief movement, (10 seconds to 1 minute long), which “describe” the argument of one author. One person or all members may move. Then, orally explain (one person out of group or all) to class what you were trying to embody.

(20 minutes group work) (20 minutes group sharing)

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