PART 1: Begin to brainstorm how you plan to incorporate other media into your final essay. Include links and/or descriptions of media that you hope to use in your final essay and describe how these choices will work with your alphabetic text to better communicate your overall idea. Finally, attempt to label each source and briefly mention how you will go about correctly citing these sources in your Works Cited section.
PART 2: Complete a working outline for a preliminary peer review. Your peers will visit your ePortfolio and leave comments on your blog, so there is no need to bring in a physical copy. Your outline should mention which peer project(s) you hope to work with. Your outline should also mention where you want to place other media, as well. Remember that this is a working outline, and it’s okay to write things down, even if you suspect things will change as you write and process your thoughts. Your outline will serve as a tentative path for your first draft, but an outline should never be set in stone. Your outline serves you, not the other way around, and you can always deviate it feels right.