WRT102 Portfolio Checklist.pdf

WRT102 Portfolio Checklist.pdf - WRT 102 PORTFOLIO...

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WRT 102 PORTFOLIO CHECKLIST FOR STUDENTS and INSTRUCTORS The following checklist identifies student learning outcomes for WRT 102, and is used to evaluate WRT 102 portfolios. Each student should complete this checklist before submitting his or her portfolio at the end of the semester. Portfolio readers will use this same checklist to evaluate WRT 102 portfolios. If a reader evaluates a portfolio as meeting these requirements, the portfolio will pass. If two readers evaluate a portfolio as not meeting one or more of these requirements, the portfolio will not pass and the student must retake WRT 102. 1. I’ve presented an ePortfolio of at least 3,000 words. 2. I’ve included evidence in at least one of my essays that I can do skilled textual analysis, with fully elaborated and developed ideas, and correct quotation and citation. In particular, I have demonstrated my ability to move beyond summary or opinion about the text to an interpretation of it supported by evidence from the text.
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