/ READING PROJECT
Worth 10% of your grade! Assignment may be done
individually or together in a work group of no more than three ENGL 0312
students. If you choose to work together in
a work group, all group members' names must be on each journal entry.
Keeping a journal
helps clarify ideas and improve the fluency of writing. Though
different teachers will have their own grading standards, in most
cases, they do not revise spelling or grammar errors when evaluating
journals. Instead, a studentís journal entry will be evaluated on
dedication and engagement.
Each week, write
a journal entry on your reading in the book or
assigned article of the week.
will NOT be reminded to do your journals; instead, keep in mind that you need to
complete your journal assignment
HERE every week
the beginning of the first class session of the next week.
Note exact page numbers and article read.
A. Write a paragraph in which you
describe and summarize what you read.
B. Then write a second paragraph in which
you comment (give your own scholarly opinion) on what you read.
Separate the summary of the article and the commentary.
CALDWELL / Adapted 12/10. Rev 12/15. O.W.
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