Chalkboard Wonders: Philip K. Dick, Joe Haldeman, Octavia Butler, and Everyone Else!

If you've been stalking me on Google+, then you've likely already seen the newest additions.  If not, then these should be of interest to you (unless you don't care about literature classes which include liberal doses of science fiction and related genres).  The following are the last two weeks or so worth of chalkboards.  I'll mark them based on the text; you can click the images for larger versions.  Some of the chalkboards contain historical or genre-based information.  They aren't in the order in which the texts were taught, though, which probably won't change how you interpret the boards anyway.

Here goes (warning:  lots of pictures after the fold):

1.  "Faither of Our Fathers" by Philip K. Dick
2.  "The Lions Are Asleep This Night" by Howard Waldrop
3.  "Advancing Luna--and Ida B. Wells" by Alice Walker & "Going to Meet the Man" by James Baldwin
4.  The Forever War by Joe Haldeman

5.  "The First Clean Act" by Larry Heinemann and "Thi Bong Dzu" by Larry Rottmann
6.  "Speech Sounds" by Octavia Butler

If you have any thoughts, feel free to leave a comment (I'm nearly to 5,000 published comments, by the way, so the more the merrier).

American Lit Chalkboard Wonders

Technically the following images from my chalkboard-based lecture today include an essay on Slaughterhouse Five by Arnold Edelstein.  You'll need to scroll through the previous four images from my last post, but you all can handle that, right?

Feel free to leave any comments if you find these amusing or have questions.  Teaching Vonnegut has been a fascinating and educational experience.  I can't wait to teach it again!
American Lit (4081) Chalkboard Wonders
Note: I'm going to call these posts the American Lit Chalkboard Wonders (after the album), since future chalkboard images will have nothing to do with Vonnegut.

Kurt Vonnegut and Slaughterhouse Five in Chalkboard Form

Those of you who follow me on Google+ may have already seen the images linked below.  Since I'm certain at least 350 of you have never seen these, though, I decided I would share them with you.
American Lit (4081) Chalkboard Wonders
If you click the image above, it will take you to the Picasa album containing a series of four interconnected images from my lecture on Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five.  The writing is from the third day of class lectures/discussion.

Feel free to leave a comment!