Assignment Tell your personal story. Describe the journey that led you to our online community and inspired you to apply for Voices of Our Future. How does this journey fit into your personal vision for the future? Instructions
- Your story should be fewer than 500 words.
- Post your article in your personal journal on World Pulse by April 15th, 2013 at 11:55pm Pacific Daylight Time (PDT).* To do this, go to your Journal (if you are not already logged in, you will be directed to do so). On the right hand side of the page, there will be an orange button that says "Post to Your Journal". Once you click on this button, you will be able to post your assignment.
- You may put any title you want on your journal entry, but it MUST be tagged with the following (you can cut and paste the text that follows): 2013 VOF Week 2 If you would like tips on how to tag, click here!
- Get to know your fellow Voices of Our Future applicants on World Pulse online community: visit their profiles, comment on their journal entries, add them as your friends, and explore our online community!
Extra Credit NOT REQUIRED BUT HIGHLY ENCOURAGED: World Pulse wants to foster your creativity and hear your voice through poetry! Poetry is a powerful way to paint a vivid picture for the reader. It offers ways to connect with people with very different lives and experiences than yours. The last reading for Week 2 Assignment was the poem titled The Soul of World Pulse. Our poem highlights our vision for the future and a call to action to connect with one another and engage in the revolution. We invite you to write a poem about your unique vision for your future and the larger global community. We are particularly interested in themes of overcoming and resilience. Poetry can come in many different forms. We are looking to hear your voice, poems that contain humor are also encourage. While this is NOT required and will not be evaluated, it allows us to explore a different writing avenue with you. Examples: Delphine's poem: read listen Zoe's poem: read listen The guidelines for submission are loose. Poetry can be impactful whether long or short. We are hoping to get to know your writing style in a less formal way. Your poems can contain humor if you so choose. Please feel free to get as creative with your writing as you would like. Follow this link if you would like some helpful hints on how to write a poem. Please tag your poem in your journal as: 2013 VOF Poetry Questions? Please check the Frequently Asked Questions in the sidebar to the left.
Week 2 Classroom Navigation
Week Two Learning Materials The Story of World Pulse (1/4) Our Vision and Values (2/4) Our Editorial Cycle (3/4) The Soul of World Pulse (4/4) Once you are done with the 4 readings, access Week Two Assignment