|Due By (Pacific Time)||12/02/2016 12:00 am|
This is it! The final portfolio! This last project is a culmination of the entire semester wrapped into one document. Ideally, you will have the most perfected versions of your projects along with a final reflection paper, similarly to the midterm portfolio. However, instead of only reflecting on the first half of the semester, you will be writing about the entire semester!
The Reflection Paper
This portion of the portfolio is the most important. For this paper, I want you to be able to talk about your own writing and how it has developed over the course of the entire semester. Answering these questions should help give you an idea of what I am looking for:
· What have you done to revise each of the projects? What have all the projects taught you about writing, research, and/or rhetoric?
· What are some strengths or weaknesses to your writing? What are specific examples of things you did well and not so well?
· What are some class lessons that have particularly stuck out to you? Or free writes or activities? Why and what did you learn?
· What have you learned through Peer Review, my feedback, or class discussions?
· Your conclusion should be a final statement about how you plan to transfer these skills into the rest of your academic career. How can you transfer what you’ve learned to other classes?
Requirements for the Final Reflection Paper
· Must be in MLA format, double spaced, 12 point font, Times New Roman.
· Must be at least 5 pages in length.
· Must include an Introduction and a Conclusion. The Introduction should explain your general attitudes about writing while forecasting what you will discuss. The Conclusion should be a statement about how these skills you’ve learned will be transferred to other classes.
· Must include at least one specific example as a quote from each of your projects. For example, if you want to talk about a strength or a section you’ve revised, add it into your Reflection Paper as a quote. You must talk about ALL of the projects!
· Finally, I would recommend trying to answer all the above questions to frame your reflection.
· You may use headings to organize your sections!
· If you did a satisfactory job on the Midterm Reflection Paper, you may use the same material about the first two projects in your Final Reflection Paper!
Requirements for the Final Portfolio
1. Must include your Reflection Paper, Editorial, and Evaluation, Proposal, Annotated Bibliography, and Final Research Paper in that order as one document. There should be 6 total documents included in this portfolio. Any missing documents will result in an incomplete portfolio and therefore will receive an F!
2. You can take out the headings for the projects and just have one heading on the Reflection Paper. (Name, My Name, Date)
3. Be sure to make all last name and page numbers flow as one document.
4. Works Cited will still go as separate pages at the end of each project.
5. If there is white space at the end of a project in the portfolio, ENTER down so that the next paper begins on a full page.
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