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Overview

This week is devoted to drafting, revising and editing. Students will have class time to work on this assignment in order to get beneficial feedback from me. 

SFDs will not get feedback because they are not edited. Word vomit is not what I comment on. Thoughtful and meaningful work deserves feedback. If you want feedback, and you put in the time to create a good draft, you get my attention. 

SFDs and 1st edited drafts receive the same point value for the writing process, but they do not get the same amount of my time. And really, my time is worth it - I control the grade :)

Remember - don't have a "visor" moment that distracts you from your task! 

 

DGP

This week's sentence comes from Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne. 

Sentence: passepartout had a moist sensation about the eyes his masters action touched his susceptible heart

Monday: Identify the parts of speech (nouns, verbs, articles, adjectives, prepositions)

Tuesday: Identify parts of the sentence (simple subject, complete subject, complete predicate, prepositional phrase)

Wednesday: Identify the clauses

Thursday: Add correct punctuation and capitalization

 

Additional Information

Paper DUE DATES

SFD/1st edited draft - Monday 10/27

Find editing groups - Monday 10/27

2nd edited draft submitted online - Wednesday 10/29 (before midnight)

Comments from editors due - Friday 10/31 (before midnight)

Final draft - Tuesday 11/4 @ the beginning of class

     

    MCC Course Competencies

    Standards addessed this week are highlighted in BLUE. 

    MCCCD Course Competencies

    1. Analyze specific rhetorical contexts, including circumstance, purpose, topic, audience, and writer, as well as the writing's ethical, political, and cultural implications.
    2. Organize writing to support a central idea through unity, coherence, and logical development appropriate to a specific writing context. 
    3. Use appropriate conventions in writing, including consistent voice, tone, diction, grammar, and mechanics. 
    4. Summarize, paraphrase and quote from sources to maintain academic integrity and to develop and support one's own ideas. 
    5. Use feedback obtained from peer review, instructor comments and/or other resources to revise writing. 
    6. Assess one's own writing strenghts and identify stregies for improvement through instructor conference, portfolio review, writing evaluation, and/or other methods. 
    7. Generate, format, and edit writing using appropriate technologies. 

    WPA Course Outcomes 

    • Rhetorical Knowledge
    • Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing
    • Processes
    • Knowledge of Conventions
    • Compsing in Electronic Environments
     

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