The Six Course Goals Of This English 109w Course

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The six course goals of this English 109W course are to Engage in writing as a process that includes planning, revision, and editing based on feedback from peers and instructors; Critically read and analyze academic texts; Understand, identify, and analyze the rhetorical situations of academic texts, including their contexts, audiences, purposes and personas; Understand, identify, and analyze the rhetorical situations of academic texts, which may include genre, format, evidence, citation, style and organization; Develop an awareness of and preparedness for the writing they will do through their majors through research, exploration, and or practice of the discourse community’s conventions; and Engage in formal and informal writing that analyzes and critically reflects on their major’s writing conventions and their own writing practices and choices. I perceive that I have achieved all the goals for this course through the various drafts I composed, polished papers I produced, and the supplemental work that I have selected to include enclosed within my portfolio.
Project 1 and 2 assisted me with intermeshing writing as a process that included planning, revision, and editing based on feedback from instructors and peers, which is the first goal. Although I perceived Project 1 as a success, my peers revealed otherwise. During peer review, Daniel thumbed through my essay and recommended that I provide details for my history with writing and to fuse examples with my claims. Ryan…

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