ENG302 Final Reflection and Portfolio Assignment Help
In a two-page single-spaced letter addressed to me, discuss your growth as a reader, writer, and critical thinker this semester. Be honest as you discuss the insights, challenges, and frustrations the course offered for you. Be sure to discuss these issues in terms of the course goals as stated on the syllabus, writing assignments, drafting and revising workshops, oral presentations, class discussions, and conferences. Make specific claims, supported by specific evidence.
Tone and style of your letter of reflection should be appropriate to the audience and purpose. In this case, your audience is a member of the English Department who is responsible (in part) for your educational development (me); your purpose is to demonstrate your engagement with the course concepts and thus that you should be ‘graduated’ from the course.
Attach to your Final Reflection a portfolio of all of your completed major assignments, so your full semester of work is represented in one document.
Your Final Reflection and portfolio (in a single combined document) should be submitted to Canvas.
Since there is no sit-in final in this course, the letter of reflection counts as the final. According to ASU policies, students who do not participate in the final will fail the class.
All submissions will be graded according to five criteria, listed below. Each criteria will receive a grade of 0 (Incomplete), 1 (Satisfactory), 2 (Good), or 3 (Excellent). These are approximately equivalent to F, C, B and A grades.
The Final Assignment Grade represents an approximate average of the grades on the individual criteria. So, for instance, earning a “2” on the first two criteria, and a “3” on the remaining three criteria, will result in a low “A” or high “B” assignment grade. Exact final grades may be a little higher or lower based on intangibles and the overall effectiveness of the document.
For this assignment, the grading criteria are:
Key Point/Request: Is the purpose of the document clear? Does the stated purpose reflect the actual purpose? Does it receive appropriate emphasis?
Appropriate Info/Evidence/Support: Does the reader have the information they need? Are examples present, understandable, and described in detail? Do examples provide support for key points? Is unnecessary information included?
Organization: Does the organization reflect the purpose and priorities of the writer? At the level of paragraphs? At the level of sentences? Does it align with the reader’s expectations of this genre? Is the organizational principle clear to the reader?
Tone: Does the document exhibit professionalism? Does it address the reader appropriately? Is the diction appropriate for workplace communications?
Polish: Does the document show care and attention? Is it grammatically correct? Are images (or other inserts) placed correctly in the text? Are the small markers typical of this genre included?