26 Class THU DEC 02
The Last Portfolio Tasks
Guide to the Portfolio
Grading and Editing
- Grade Levels 1
- The same paragraph written 4 times, increasingly well, to demonstrate the differences between D-level work, A-level work, and the levels between.
- Grade Levels 2
- An “in reverse” unpacking of dense, content-rich statements into their component parts: backwards advice.
- Stephen Hawking Was Wrong
- Revision advice on how to grab reader attention with bold claims you can actually support.
- Let’s try again for Course Evaluations of Instructor Effectiveness.
- Find an email invitation or follow the link to Banner from the instructions below.
- Invitation to post at Rate My Professor
- Follow this link directly to David Hodges
- If asked for a Course Code, use COMP 2 FA21
- Preview of Portfolio Readiness
- We’ll spend time together on this
- You’ve already started to build your Portfolio
- Don’t worry.
- You can still revise everything.
- Give every Portfolio item a Title.
- Review your In-text citations for compliance.
- They need Author or Title or Publication (or any combination), Said language, and a Quotation, Paraphrase, or Summary.
- NO PARENTHETICAL AUTHOR NOTATIONS.
This is INCORRECT:
NO PARENTHETICAL AUTHOR NOTATIONS.
This is CORRECT:
Make Separate posts for Short Arguments
First the Initial Post
Then a New Post for the Revised Argument
(Shows Responsiveness to Feedback)
Check Bibliography for Compliance
Entries need APA Bibliographic notations,
Links to the Sources,
and thorough descriptions of Background Material and How I Used it.
Check Reflective Statement for Compliance
Entries must specific descriptions of changes you made to your work in response
to feedback or detailed descriptions of how you met course objectives.
Make references and links to the posts that best demonstrate
your accomplishment of the Core Values.