EN102 RR Guidelines Spring 2009

EN102 RR Guidelines Spring 2009 - Professor Swanson EN102/...

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Professor Swanson EN102/ Spring 2009 Homework Guidelines Guidelines for Reader Response Papers As noted on your syllabus, each student is responsible for the completion of six Reader Response papers during the course of the semester. These papers will be discussed and collected at the end of the class for which each reading is assigned. You will see RR Prompt on your syllabus indicating when such papers are assigned and due. Each reader response paper will be graded on a scale of 1-10 as follows: 9-10 Very Good (A range), 7-8 Average (B/C range), 5-6 Poor (D range), 1-4 Unacceptable (F range). Reader response papers will count inclusively as 10% of your final grade. Since one of the main goals of College English II is to interact with readings and get involved with the artistic process that goes into writing, close examination of a writer’s ideas as well as one’s own is crucial; therefore, it is essential to learn how to read and write critically. Reading a story or article and simply being able to summarize its content
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2009 for the course IT 100 taught by Professor Pap during the Spring '09 term at Monmouth University-West Long Branch.

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