Using the hypothes.is annotation tool, add THREE ANNOTATIONS to the In Search of Lost Time excerpt.
TWO annotations should do one of the following:
1. use our lectures and/or documentaries on the Third Republic and Proust (or other relevant readings on these topics) to provide context or to make connections (like an editor providing information and sources to a reader)
2. offer a reaction or opinion to the part of the text you're highlighting, in connection to the topics covered in this module
3. offer a clarification of something you think is unclear (think of yourself as an editor here offering clarification to a reader), also in connection to the topics of this module
A separate, THIRD annotation, should either:
1. ask a question
2. answer someone else's question
3. offer an opinion in response to someone else's annotation
If you haven't used hypothes.is yet, here's a short video showing how to use the tool.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlkUBM9MJZ4&list=PLmuJEyeapl2eznT3UHbLxuaQJaulzKHVZ&index=4 (Links to an external site.)
For this exercise, when you annotate,
1. when you select a text and post your annotation, make sure either "FRENCH 240 A" or "ITAL 240 A" is selected from the menu beneath the text box. Then make sure to press "Post to FRENCH 240 A" button to submit your annotation and make it visible to the group (don't select "Only Me").
2. But free feel to also post private annotations to "Only Me" -- these will be notes that only you will be able to see (we won't be able to), and you can use this tool for your own studying.
3. And the text box is a "Rich Text Editor" -- this means you can add formatting, links, and images. No need to do this -- we're only looking for annotations, but feel free to post images, links, etc., if you think this would be useful for your classmates.