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Reading Response 5 is designed to allow students to begin to build idea and concept webs that allow for richer, more complex models and methods for making sense of rhetoric, play, and game related issues.
To do this, student-players must have a solid understanding of a reading as well as one (or more) other course texts. Then, in 700-1000 words, student-players will need to explore and explain the ways in which two (or more) texts can be brought to bear on one another to (1) illuminate (and/or challenge) the key ideas at stake in each text; (2) serve as complimentary frames for explaining an activity or artifact outside their original scope; or (3) offer a point of intervention into an area or practice in need of more significant inquiry. In all three cases, students will need to demonstrate a critical understanding of the readings in question, represent the core elements of each in concise and effective prose, and use specific elements from the readings to support particular claims.