- How does "Anne Braden" relate to your own experience and what you've written about yourself in your autobiography?
- What are some specific things that you have learned about yourself from examining your discourse communities and your cultural background?
- Keep these freewrites and include them in your portfolio
- Use your computer to help you (Spelling,Grammar Index)
- If you aren't sure about something, mark it for the author to check on (but don't make accusations about correctness!).
- Clarify expectations (organization, etc.)
- Address concerns (where to turn it in, etc.)
- See page 108 in your course book for a description of the reflective overview.
- Get focused and get it done!
Discuss Portfolios 2 & 3
- As a class, present me with any questions you have come up with.
- Talk about meeting on Tuesday as combined class with seminar.
- Heads up: research is next!
- Make final revisions
- Think about your reflective overview and how you want to organize your portfolio
- Finalize your portfolio. Keep in mind that you will be graded on your progression as a writer first, and on the content of your paper second.
- Turn in your portfolios on time!