Project #33699 - Reflective writing

 

 Reflective Writing Assignment 

This assignment serves as the final exam for the course. 

Instructions 

This course comprised many learning activities, each of which was designed to help you achieve one or more of the seven learning outcomes listed in the syllabus. The final exam asks you to think back over the course, the activities and exercises, the readings, the assignments, and any other aspect of the course. Choose at least three of the learning outcomes and write at least one paragraph for each in which you evaluate specifically how you were helped or not helped to achieve the learning outcome. (There's no wrong way to do this; you will lose points for this 'exam' only if you don't do it!) To help you review the course, the activities are grouped under each learning outcome in this document. 

Here are some questions to help you think: 

ï‚· What was most effective for you to help you achieve this learning outcome? 

ï‚· What wasn't effective for you? 

ï‚· Were some assignments or exercises too difficult or too time-consuming? 

ï‚· Were some assignments too basic? 

ï‚· Were you surprised at what you learned from doing any of the assignments or exercises? 

ï‚· What do you think might have been helpful that we didn't do? 

ï‚· Did we do too much of something? 

 

Learning Outcomes and Associated Activities 

 

1. Respond orally and in writing to evaluate, analyze and critically assess the ideas and meanings of diverse texts. 

 

Activities 

1.3 – Identifying Problems and Asking Questions 

2.2 – Making Rhetorical Choices 

3.1 – Wallowing in Complexity: A Social Exercise 

3.2 – Reading as a Believer 

3.3 – Reading as a Doubter 

3.4 – Responding Critically 

3.5 – Summary and Strong Response 

4.4 – Points and Particulars 

5.4 – An Overview of Evaluation 

6.3 – The Research Log 

6.4 – The Dialectic Process 

6.5 – Preview: Exploratory Research Log and Paper 

6.6 – Preview: Progress Report 

7.1 – Posting Your Progress Report 

7.2 – Learning About Sources 

7.3 – Complete Your Research 

7.4 – Exploratory Research Log and Paper ENGL 123 Reflective Writing Assignment 0313 

 

 

2. Compose reasoned responses to course readings, discussions, and visual prompts, by including a clear, engaging thesis statement and supporting that statement with well-organized, detailed evidence. 

 

Activities 

1.2 – The Bold Truth 

1.3 – Identifying Problems and Asking Questions 

1.4 – Risky Statements 

1.5 – Using Details 

1.7 – Microtheme: Posing a Question 

2.2 – Making Rhetorical Choices 

2.3 – Using All Our Senses 

3.1 – Wallowing in Complexity: A Social Exercise 

3.2 – Reading as a Believer 

3.3 – Reading as a Doubter 

3.4 – Responding Critically 

3.5 – Summary and Strong Response 

4.2 – The Thesis with Tension 

4.3 – Generating a Topic 

4.5 – The Informative and Surprising Essay 

6.3 – The Research Log 

6.4 – The Dialectic Process 

6.5 – Preview: Exploratory Research Log and Paper 

6.6 – Preview: Progress Report 

7.1 – Posting Your Progress Report 

7.3 – Complete Your Research 

 

3. Make appropriate rhetorical decisions to achieve the purpose of a written work, based on an understanding of ethical issues and underlying assumptions and values in the argument. 

 

Activities 

2.1 – What Do We See? 

2.2 – Making Rhetorical Choices 

2.3 – Using All Our Senses 

3.4 – How the Brain Sees 

2.5 – Two Descriptions Paper 

3.1 – Wallowing in Complexity: A Social Exercise 

3.3 – Reading as a Doubter 

3.5 – Summary and Strong Response 

4.4 – Points and Particulars 

4.5 – The Informative and Surprising Essay 

6.2 – Your Starting Point 

6.3 – The Research Log 

6.4 – The Dialectic Process 

6.5 – Preview: Exploratory Research Log and Paper 

6.6 – Preview: Progress Report 

7.3 – Complete Your Research 

7.4 – Exploratory Research Log and Paper 

8.1 – Formulating a Claim and Reasons 

8.2 – Learning About Evidence 

8.3 – Examining the Power of Unstated Assumptions 

8.4 – Identifying an Objection and Constructing a Counterargument 

8.5 – Putting it All Together ENGL 123 Reflective Writing Assignment 0313 

8.6 – Ethos and Pathos 

8.7 – Classical Argument Position Paper, Draft 

9.3 – Classical Argument Position Paper 

9.4 – Reflective Writing Assignment 

 

4. Deepen understanding of a topic by conducting research that leads to a documented paper with appropriate documentation. 

 

Activities 

1.6 – Where to Find It Exercise 

5.1 – References Exercise 

5.2 – In-Text Citation Exercise 

5.3 – Avoiding Plagiarism 

5.4 – An Overview of Evaluation 

5.5 – Annotated Bibliography 

6.1 – Choosing a Research Question 

6.2 – Your Starting Point 

6.3 – The Research Log 

6.4 – The Dialectic Process 

6.5 – Preview: Exploratory Research Log and Paper 

6.6 – Preview: Progress Report 

7.1 – Posting Your Progress Report 

7.2 – Learning About Sources 

7.3 – Complete Your Research 

7.4 – Exploratory Research Log and Paper 

8.1 – Formulating a Claim and Reasons 

8.2 – Learning About Evidence 

8.3 – Examining the Power of Unstated Assumptions 

8.4 – Identifying an Objection and Constructing a Counterargument 

8.5 – Putting it All Together 

8.6 – Ethos and Pathos 

8.7 – Classical Argument Position Paper, Draft 

9.3 – Classical Argument Position Paper 

 

5. Revise their writings to improve clarity, content, tone, and style, addressing such issues as audience, structure, and voice. 

 

Activities 

4.1 – Revision 

4.6 – Two Descriptions Paper, Revised 

5.6 – Summary and Strong Response, Revised 

6.7 – Informative and Surprising Essay, Revised 

7.1 – Post Your Progress Report 

7.4 – Exploratory Research Log and Paper 

9.1 – Classical Argument Position Paper, Draft (Safe Assignment Submission) 

9.2 – Review Instructor Feedback of Draft 

9.3 – Classical Argument Position Paper 

 

6. Edit writing so understanding is not impaired as a result of errors in grammar, mechanics, or sentence structure. 

 

Activities 

4.1 – Revision ENGL 123 Reflective Writing Assignment 0313 

4.6 – Two Descriptions Paper, Revised 

5.6 – Summary and Strong Response, Revised 

6.7 – Informative and Surprising Essay, Revised 

7.4 – Exploratory Research Log and Paper 

9.1 – Classical Argument Position Paper, Draft (Safe Assignment Submission) 

9.2 – Review Instructor Feedback of Draft 

9.3 – Classical Argument Position Paper 

 

7. Demonstrate understanding of the interdependent relationship of reading, writing, and thinking, and reflect on their thinking as part of a larger community of thinkers. 

 

Activities 

1.3 – Identifying Problems and Asking Questions 

1.4 – Risky Statements 

2.2 – Making Rhetorical Choices 

2.5 – Two Descriptions Paper 

3.1 – Wallowing in Complexity: A Social Exercise 

3.2 – Reading as a Believer 

3.3 – Reading as a Doubter 

3.4 – Responding Critically 

3.5 – Summary and Strong Response 

5.4 – An Overview of Evaluation 

6.1 – Choosing a Research Question 

6.2 – Your Starting Point 

6.3 – The Research Log 

6.4 – The Dialectic Process 

6.5 – Preview: Exploratory Research Log and Paper 

6.6 – Preview: Progress Report 

7.1 – Posting Your Progress Report 

7.2 – Learning About Sources 

7.3 – Complete Your Research 

7.4 – Exploratory Research Log and Paper 

8.1 – Formulating a Claim and Reasons 

8.2 – Learning About Evidence 

8.3 – Examining the Power of Unstated Assumptions 

8.4 – Identifying an Objection and Constructing a Counterargument 

8.5 – Putting it All Together 

8.6 – Ethos and Pathos 

8.7 – Classical Argument Position Paper, Draft 

9.3 – Classical Argument Position Paper 

 

9.4 – Reflective Writing Assignment 

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 06/23/2014 02:00 pm
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