Final_Portfolio_Guidelines

Final_Portfolio_Guidelines - English 150 Assignment 6:...

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English 150 Assignment 6: Final Portfolio 6.1. Portfolio Proposal and Conference (5% of assignment grade, due Monday 21, 2008 ) Purpose To sketch out the contents of your final portfolio, plan what you will be doing with each of your presentation pieces, and begin to consider what you can meaningfully say about them To discuss your proposal with your instructor and get feedback on your plans Planning the contents In the space below, jot down your thinking about the pieces you’re planning to present for grading in your portfolio Mode Piece(s) to demonstrate work in this mode Why I’m choosing this piece/these pieces What specific big and small changes I intend to make to improve its/their effectiveness W One piece selected from Assignments 1-5: O ** One or more pieces: V ** One or more pieces: E * *One or more pieces * * For the OVE section or your portfolio, you may submit one piece that integrates the 3 modes, instead of a separate piece for each. 1
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Thinking of what to say about the contents Now that you’ve tentatively chosen some pieces to present in your portfolio, in the space below, sketch out ideas you have at this point for reflecting on these pieces (e.g. what your chosen pieces show about context, substance, organization, style, and/or delivery; what their strengths are, their weaknesses; what strategies they try to use; etc.) Ideas you have for reflecting on your revised written piece Ideas you have for reflecting on piece(s) contained in your OVE section Posing questions about your plans Note in this space, the questions you want to ask your instructor about your plans or any other aspect of the portfolio: Evaluating your proposal Does it show careful thought? Is it complete? Is it specific? Does it give you meaningful ideas to discuss with your instructor? 2
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6 Portfolio (15% of assignment grade, due Friday, 2 May, 2008) Audience Your immediate audience for your portfolio is your instructor. More importantly, however, analyzing the different parts of your portfolio is really for you —to reflect on your communication growth over the last few months more completely than you have in the small reflections you’ve done along the way. As you finish English 150 do this more in-depth self-assessment, you will 1) compose an overall reflection for your portfolio that introduces its contents and 2) explain in individual section reflections how the artifacts you’re including show your communication abilities. Contents
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