Turn in no later than March 1 Any work turned in after that will be subject to late policy.
- Show we've learned something
- Gather our work together
- Provide the reader with a reflection of the work we include
Course Objectives - You will want to talk about these in your overview.
- Use technology to communicate and acquire information
- Listen carefully, think critically and reflectively, and respond ethically during group discussion
- Use critical reasoning for problem solving
- Evaluate arguments analytically and creatively
- Read for a variety of purposes across the disciplines
Framing the Portfolio
Selecting Content - possibilities
- Flyer exercise - visual rhetoric and problem solving
- Tuft and Other Guy - analyze and compare the material
- Insult Christian symbols reading
- How to put together a portfolio
- Reader and writer based
- Visual Rhetoric guide
The work you are doing on your paper will be part of the work you include in your porfolio, but the portfolio is about everything you are doing to improve your writing skills. This could/should include work from other classes.
Sample paper http://www.dianahacker.com/resdoc/
Contents for Portfolio
- Reflective Overview - view sample at http://kestrel.tamucc.edu/~lclifton/MidtermPortfolio.htm and http://falcon.tamucc.edu/wiki/GarzaENGL3379F05/MidTermPortfolioList
- Samples to back up what you say in your Reflective Overview
- Evidence of work on you Paper
- Summary/Analysis/Application of sources you've found so far
- List of sources in proper documentation format
Format for Portfolio
- Any format you choose, from papers in a folder to an online presentation. Think about your audience and what will help them and what will show your work to its highest potential.