mc111-midterm-portfolio

Mc111-midterm-portfo - MC 111 Portfolio guidelines Rohs As noted in the syllabus for our class you will be asked to turn in a portfolio of writings

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MC 111 – Portfolio guidelines Rohs As noted in the syllabus for our class, you will be asked to turn in a portfolio of writings at the middle of the term and at the end of the term. As I indicated on the syllabus, these collections of your writings will include more informal ruminations in the form of “portfolio writings” and more formal papers. In addition, I will ask you to turn in a brief (two-page) evaluation of your writings, your class participation and class in general. For this first midterm portfolio, the contents are more modest than those that will be required at the end of the semester. I’ll be asking you to have: --All six portfolio writings, including numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 4B and 5. If there is any confusion about what each of those particular assignments was, they are included on our Angel webpage under “Lessons”. --Drafts of your first major paper, not including the final draft, which you’ve already turned in. --The commentary you gave to peers for their papers as part of the revision process.
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This note was uploaded on 05/18/2008 for the course MC 111 taught by Professor Rohs during the Fall '07 term at Michigan State University.

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