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Unformatted text preview: Kennie Rose English 101 Fall 2010 Essay #3 ASSIGNMENT Over the last couple weeks, we have focused mostly on how to effectively revise based on teacher feedback. For the next assignment, we are going to discuss how to interpret and respond to writing prompts. On Blackboard, I have posted syllabi and writing assignments from two fictional English 101 classes. Essentially, your task is to analyze one of the assignments; your primary objective is to describe the challenges that a student would face if a teacher asked him/her to produce such a text. In other words, this will require you to dig into the complexities of the writing prompt. You should quote key passages, compare them to the syllabus, and discuss the numerous ways they can be interpreted. Of course, there is not necessarily a right way to complete your fictional assignment. A student might approach the task in several different ways, and your job is to unravel the many unique possibilities. Your mission is not to produce an instruction manual for students; instead, you should possibilities....
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course ED 101 taught by Professor Propas during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State.
- Spring '11