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Reflection and Synthesis
Length: 6-8 pages
Points: 20
Format: MLA
Here’s a video that goes over the instructions:
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Assignment:
This is a letter, in MLA format, detailing what you have learned in our class. You can use “I” but focus on providing evidence for your development as a reader, researcher, and writer. For example, you might talk about different rhetorical strategies you learned, how you learned to identify and develop concrete detail; Wood’s chapters on organizing, publishing, tightening, revising, and editing; the peer reviews (objective editing); grammar (with corrections from your own publishs); time management; and the different types of essays you’ve learned to develop (analysis, argument, research). Trace how you improved your writing from the first essay. Also, be specific about what you want to work on.
While you should submit this in MLA format, please include bold headings over each major category. For example, you might have a bold heading that says “Close Reading” or “Revising” or “Rhetoric.” You choose what categories are important to you. Again, each category should be filled with specifics from your papers, your research, or your class readings to show how you have met the learning outcomes listed for this course.
Also, you might discuss a what you have learned in this class that you can apply to your life, personally, academically, socially, and civically.
Below is a sample reflection from a different class. Please note this is much longer than yours will be, but please review it so you can see how this student categorizes her ideas with personal and concrete details
Criteria:
Ability to respond to the prompt
Strong organization with one idea per paragraph
Specific examples (no general or repetitive statements)
Transitions between paragraphs
Correct grammar
Proper MLA format
STRUCTURE
Please use bold headings, with a 3-4 paragraphs under each (and at least three details per paragraph)
You should draw from the sources below, but you don’t need to cover them all. Just make sure you have three supporting examples that support the topic sentence of each paragraph.
RHETORIC
Essentials of Argument:
Essay 1: Rhetorical Analysis
Chapter 1: Understanding Argument
Chapter 2: The Rhetorical Situation
TRACE: Text, reader, author, constraints, exigence
Chapter 7: Types of Proof : Ethos, pathos, logos
Ethos: authority, sincerity, and goodwill.
logos: deduction, induction, syllogism, logical analogy, definition, logical inference, logical reasoning, historical reference.
Pathos: needs and values, emotional examples, style, connotative language
Appendix 2: Review charts/review Fallacies
Chapter 5: Toulmin Argument
Chapter 10: Rogerian Argument
King, “Letter from Birmingham Jail”
READING and RESEARCH
Essentials of Argument:
Chapter 3: Conducting Research
Chapter 4: Writing the Exploratory Paper
Chapter 6: Types of Claims/Claim of Policy and Synthesis
Chapter 8 Writing the Argument Analysis Paper: Review and Synthesis.
Annotated Bibliography (Review sample on Essentials 61)
Appendix 1: Documenting Sources
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
Daniel Goleman’s Emotional Intelligence:
Link: https://www.academia.edu/37329006/Emotional_Intelligence_Why_it_Can_Matter_More_Than_IQ_by_Daniel_Goleman
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Mark Bracket’s Yale lecture “From Theory to Everyday Practice”
Happy (Director Rocco Belic)
Gardner’s 7 intelligences
Jia Jang, “Why Rejection is Awesome”
Sherry Turkle’s “Connected but Alone?”
WRITING and REVISION
Outlines
Peer edit
King Rewrite
Appendix 1: MLA
Diction, Style, and Polish
Creating a hook for the intro
Frame: matching the intro to the conclusion
Avoiding a summary conclusion
Richard Lanham, “Who’s Kicking Who?” (Tightening prepositions)
PERFORMANCE
Emotional intelligence
Energy/contribution to the class
Participation
Teamwork
Time management
Response to feedback
Motivation/Commitment/ persistence
Flow

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