Alexis Joyner September 16, 2013 ENG 099-B5 Professor Donohue Literacy Narrative Essay #2 During high school, there's a lot of occurrences where you have to write essays. For instance, in my school we had regents in various subjects where the task was to write essays on various topics. There was also summer readings where we were required to read a certain amount of books and write essays on what the book was about. In class, mostly English and History, we practiced writing essays on what we learned. Basically it was important to write essays in high school.
The quality of the reasoning depends on our ability to logically or dependably apply proper judgmental criteria. (Stiggins, 2008, p. 61) Evaluation is when one makes judgments about the value of ideas or materials (Bloom). During the second half of the school year, fourth graders are asked to write a simple research paper. Part of the learning is to introduce the students to the library resource (EBSCO) that is a search engine similar to an online catalog. To help students learn to evaluate appropriate resources I give the students a list of ten different magazines that they must evaluate.
Joe Hartline Professor Reavey College Composition I – MW 1:45-3:00 December 12, 2011 Core Value I: Understand that writing is a multi-stage, recursive and social process. Throughout the semester, I grouped up with people of my class and analyzed another student's essay. This was useful as I my essays got evaluated as well, giving me ideas on how to improve my essay. A student wrote that they wanted to hear more of my voice and to elaborate on my opinions. So the first revision I made on my first essay was incorporating my own opinions.
(-3 points). In small group communication, theories are useful because they help you explain communication behaviors and/or predict the outcome of communication practices. For example, during Addison’s freshman year of college, she knew she’d never make it through four years without a solid group of like-minded friends. In high school, her speech class briefly covered symbolic convergence theory. Addison used this theory as she tried out different school clubs asking questions about the group’s past events, traditions and so on to find out common themes.
English 098 Protocols This document represents the work of the English 098 Protocols Committee: Lakshmi Gudipati, Frank Hoffman, Ellie Cunningham, Maddie Marcotte, Bill McCardell, John Bayma, Alex Bove, Julie Odell Students in English 098 are coached through increasingly complex writing tasks leading to the construction of essays appropriate to college-level courses across the disciplines. At the end of this course, the passing student should be able to produce a 500-word, three-part essay, with well-developed paragraphs and minimal mechanical errors. Writing process activities- Essay writing in English 098 should be taught as a process. Students should have plenty of practice with various pre-writing methods-- both in and out of class. Students should write multiple drafts for at least half of the assigned essays.
In the article, " Using tests ans an incentive to motivate procrastinators to study", written by Bruce W. Tuckman, in winter 1998, the purpose of using tests as an incentive is investigated to determine if using tests as an incentive can motivate people to study. In order to compare two groups of college student, Tuckman seprate eight two college student in to two groups. One group was giving a spot test for each cheapter through out the smester, the other was told to writing a outline of each cheapter in the textbook for a homework assignment. In the end of the smester, we could compare the overall score on a final achievement examination. The ropic of this study leads the readers to question: Why is this study important to our lives?
2.02B: Research Paper Topics Directions: The first assignment for the Research Paper is to choose a research topic that has to do with American History or American Literature. Your topic must be high school level and be approved by your teacher before you may begin your research. Your topic needs to be broad enough to write 7-8 body paragraphs, but narrow enough to focus your research. Remember, this is a research paper, not simply a report or biography. You may choose a topic from the approved list below or you may propose a topic of your choice to your teacher for approval.
Article Review by Michelle Shipman EDD 9300 Methods of Inquiry Nova Southeastern University February 7, 2011 Review of a Qualitative Research Report Introduction The purpose of the article chosen was to analyze and assess an appropriate tool for reading in elementary students using a response to intervention model. Also, the researcher wanted to investigate and define the reading problems in poor readers specifically those in the fourth grade. A Universal Screening tool called Response to Intervention (RTI) was used to identify the selected students. The screening was done on two hundred and thirty fourth graders. For the period of the study, the researcher wanted to determine if students would need more intensive instruction after implementing the RTI instruction.
It gives us a chance to express what we might like to do or something we enjoy. But Gatto has the nerve to imply that public schools diminish creativity. I remember in 4th grade my English teacher gave us a paper on what we would like our future home to look like. She said, "be creative" while going about your paper. Now a freshman in college, teachers still praise me to use in (as well as students in my classes) in school projects, essays, and artwork to be as creative as possible.
Lucy Ho Dr. Pearman ENGL 1301- course 039 21 September 2012 Discourse Community- Art Club in High school As part of our homework last week in ENGL 1301, we were told to read in the First Year Writing: Perspectives on Argument book in order to maximize our understanding about the importance of mastering rhetorical skills in our writing at a college level. And by having a clear understanding of the three appeals: Logos, Ethos, and Pathos, as writers or speakers, we can move our audiences in a direction that is suitable for us to accomplish our purposes or to justify our claim on a certain subject that