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Organization: How well prewriting or organizing entries are developed. All paragraphs begin with an appropriate topic sentence and are developed fully by using examples, illustration, and/or evidence; each entry meets the required minimum length. 189 G r r a a d d e e d d P P r r o o j j e e c c t t Required Journal Entry 18: Course Reflection Reflect: Review your journal, starting with your first entry and the learning inventory. Reflect on how knowing who you are as a learner has helped you with the course activities. Consider your progress as a writer through each journal entry and essay. How has your writing changed since you started the course? Identify the improvements you’ve made and the skills you still need to practice. (3 paragraphs, 6 sentences each) Evaluate: What goals did you set for yourself at the beginning of this course? Did you accomplish everything you hoped? Explain what you would have done differently, and describe the approach to writing you’ll use in your future assignments. (2 paragraphs, 6 sentences each) 190 Graded Project General Correctness: How well entries meet the expectations of college-level academic writing in the areas of sentence structure, grammar, word choice and spelling, and punctuation. Format: How accurately you followed the prescribed format for the journal by including the required header, entry title and date, and used correct margins, font, and line spacing. SUBMITTING THE ASSIGNMENT To submit the assignment, follow these steps: 1. Type each entry according to the format instructions for the journal on page ##-##. 2. Save the document. 3. Go to your student portal. 4. Click on Take Exam next to this lesson 25020700. 5. Follow the instructions on the exam submission page to
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upload your exam for evaluation. Graded Project 191 A B C F 100–90 89–80 79–70 69–0 Journal Entry 13: Evaluating Your Sources 10–9 9–8 8–7 7–0 Journal Entry 14: Organizing Your Information 15–14 14–13 13–12 12–0 Journal Entry 15: Using Sources Responsibly 20–17 17–15 14–12 11–0 Journal Entry 16: Planning Your Argument 20–18 17–15 15–13 13–0 Journal Entry 17: Recognizing Your Opposition 15–14 14–13 13–12 12–0 Journal Entry 18: Course Reflection 10–9 9–8 8–7 7–0 Format (Header, title and date, margins, font, line spacing) 10–9 9–8 8–7 0 192 Graded Project 193 A n swe r r s EVALUATION RUBRIC Your instructor will evaluate your project based on the following criteria. NOTES
Self-Check 1 1. Your description may include a desk with your computer and supplies, a shelf for your books, and a comfortable chair for reading. If you do your schoolwork in the library or another place, consider what makes that place conducive to studying. 2. Choose from the list on pages 9–10, and add any that you know work best for you. 3. Answers will vary. 4. Answers will vary. 5. Answers will vary. Self-Check 2 1. Answers will vary.

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