Portrait Annotations

Please link to your Portrait of the Artist annotations from this page (for example, from a link reading "David R.'s Portrait Annotation," or whatever). I would also suggest linking to your annotation from your individual intro page.

Assignment (from the syllabus):
My annotations of the description below are meant roughly (very roughly) as models for what your annotation can do. But you should aim to do better, obviously.
      • tundish.jpgType the passage up on the page, and annotate it by integrating multimedia (images, A/V clips, etc.), and linking specific words from the passage to web references (e.g. explaining historical details or incidents referred to in the text). You can also link to sub-pages, created by you, that clarify specific details from the passage.
      • For example, if your passage includes the word "tundish," you could link that word to a separate "tundish" page where you elaborate its importance. I'll offer technical tips soon. Aim for 800-1000 words of writing (not including the passage itself).


Samuel W's Portrait Annotation

Jamie P's Portrait Annotation

Rives Curtright's Annotation

Patrick Barrett's Annotation Page

Bev Orth's Portrait Annotation

Claire Burdick's Annotation

Rosa Wolf's POTA Annotation

Amy Wiley's annotation

Thomas C's Portrait Annotation

Grace Carroll's Portrait Annotation

Karisa Harris-Cleary's Portrait Annotation

Ben H's Portrait Annotation

Mitchell's Portrait Annotation

Casper's Annotation of Portrait

Kevin Hadsell's //Portrait// Annotation

Moriah Newman's Portrait Annotation

Hayley's Portrait Annotation

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