I am going to miss you guys! And, as I said, I am very very proud of you for making it through this difficult time and writing some amazing stuff while you’re at it.
Okay, so final portfolios are due on Dec 16th by 6 pm. CATEGORY: FINAL PORTFOLIO! Please look at the assignment sheet under “Major assignments.” The list of what to include is below:
Please post on Open Lab. You can submit as a (very long) blog post, or a Word Doc (you can attach!) or as a PDF. DO NOT USE OTHER FILE TYPES. PLEASE! These often do not come through and I’m left unable to open your portfolio or give you a grade.
- FINAL REFLECTION
- UNIT ONE (revised). Please write a 2-3 sentence introduction describing everything you’ve changed– or things you might like to change!
- UNIT TWO (you may revise this unit OR Unit Three). Write a 2-3 sentence intro describing what you would change or would like to change, whether or not you revised. This should include:
- All Four Source Entries
- UNIT THREE (you may revise this or Unit Two). 2-3 sentence intro, whether or not you have revised. This should include:
- Unit Three project (you may need to include links to your webpage, podcast, video, etc)
- Artist’s Statement.
PLEASE NOTE , IF YOU WANT, YOU CAN REVISE ALL THREE UNITS, BUT THIS IS NOT REQUIRED.
HERE is the slideshow about portfolios we watched in class. If you’re confused about the portfolio, or if you missed Wednesday’s class, take a look!
HERE is the slideshow about revision– I suggest you look at it!
Also, if you would like to make up some homework credit, and get some help with revision, please do the assignment from last week below (it won’t count as late):
READ: “The Maker’s Eye” by Donald Murray. https://robertnazar.files.wordpress.com/2018/09/themakerseye.pdf
In this essay, Donald Murray names several different elements writers can focus on when revising their work (here, I’m talking about the words he’s italicized). This is a lot to think about in your revision, so I’d like you to choose one of these element write about how you can apply it to improve your own work. Be specific. You may also want to discuss why you’ve chosen to focus on this element over the others! Write a blog post and post on Open Lab.