Dr, Reed gave the class the freedom on decided which project we would like to do, as long as it connected to Wild by Cheryl Strayed. To decide on the event, each student wrote three different ideas and presented those ideas to each other. The listeners gave each feedback and the presenter narrowed his or her idea down to one. After everyone selected his or her event idea, we were placed into groups of about five. We discussed everyone 's proposal and narrowed it down to three out of the five.
Hello Lazarus: I think you have a pretty good and strong thesis. three reasons that are starting each one the three paragraphs of the body of your essay. Based on my essay feedback teacher said essay needs to be based on the ethos pathos and logos on the CDC website. Just make sure your following that path and review the teacher’s feedback on your first draft. Doing this will give you an idea if what you wrote is good or if something needs improvement.
Travis came to answer questions for Thomas Colleges EH-111 Section G sports writing and composition class. Myself and other students came to composition class after reading 4 articles by Lazarczyk with 3 questions prepared for Travis to answer (at least a majority of the class did). Travis was asked a lot about his
Teacher Shadowing Request Name: ______________________________________ Grade: Sophomore Junior Senior To qualify for Teacher Shadowing FTA members must be in good standing with the Future Teachers of America club; meeting all membership requirements. On a separate sheet of paper write a well-thought-out short essay (at least 2 paragraphs/at least 5 sentences per paragraph) explaining the following: o why do you want to teach? o what do you hope to learn from your experience shadowing a teacher? Make sure your name is on your essay. You may turn your essay in to Mr. Tolliver (G-3) or Mrs. Tolliver (OA-5).
Lucille Parkinson McCarthy, author of the article, “A Stranger in Strange Lands: A College Student Writing Across the Curriculum”, conducted an experiment that followed one student over a twenty-one month period, through three separate college classes to record his behavioral changes in response to each of the class’s differences in their writing expectations. The purpose was to provide both student and professor a better understanding of the difficulties a student faces while adjusting to the different social and academic settings of each class. McCarthy chose to enter her study without any sort of hypothesis, therefore allowing herself an opportunity to better understand how each writing assignment related to the class specifically and “what
Recently our class got a chance for an exclusive interview with our writing teacher, Mr. Ezzard. In the interview we asked a series of important questions, mostly geared towards his past experiences and life choices. We were able to get a better understanding of him with the answers we received. We began the interview with a monumental question. We asked "When did you meet your wife and how?"
Academic Rigor Reflection Paper: Choices of Successful Students & 21st Century Learning Review the information discussed in class related to: the choices of successful learners, 21st century learning, and the Pierce College 5 Core Abilities. Using the rubric on Canvas as a guide, address the four areas below in your paper. Your answers should be written in paragraph form using complete sentences. Make sure you proofread your paper for spelling and grammatical errors before uploading it to Canvas. 1.
Artifact #1: What’s My Sentence, Name Card and Self Image My first artifact is my beginning of the year self projects. These were little assignments that helped myself and the class figure out out who I was, who I am and who I will be. One project we did was our Self Image. This was a paper where I had to ask my family and friends who they think I am, and then reflect on what they said about me. This helped me understand who I am in the eye of others.
It contains the introduction paragraph, that must include a hook that grabs the attention of the readers, a thesis statement and a preview of the three arguments that you will be discussing in the body paragraphs, the three body paragraphs, containing the topic sentence that states the argument for each paragraph, the supporting points or examples and an explanation as to how this example supports your thesis statement, and the concluding paragraph which includes a restatement of the thesis, a summary of the main topic and arguments (1). The five-paragraph essay was designed for an experiment at an open junior college in Georgia, for inexperienced writers. At first the students who used this format of essay writing excelled on their SATs. But as the years went on, other students and institutions caught on to this format and began to use this it as well. This caused the inexperienced writers who were excelling to drop back down to their original position (2).
How long has it been since I last given a speech or presentation? That 's a great question. It 's been a very long time since, and when I say that I mean I haven 't given a formal speech or actual presentation since I was in high school. With that being said I have an internship with the Kearney Area Community Foundation, where I present information to my boss and sometimes even the board of directors when showing them new web designs, which requires presentation like skills. Also, with being a graphic design major, my art classes such as Typography I and Graphic Applications require me to present materials and ideas to the class and professors in a presentation type form.
There is an article that helped me learn to truly revise my essays, the title is, “Revision Strategies of Student Writers”, it is by Nancy Sommers. It is about different strategies students can use to revise their paper. She stated in her paper that for many students the idea of revision makes them uncomfortable and can lead to them not spending very much time working on it. She found that the students were never taught how to truly revise their essays (Sommers 380-382). After reading and