I have graded all of the Analysis of Writing in Your Field projects. To save time, I left minimal comments on the documents. Instead, I’ll provide additional information as a whole-class comment in this post.
This post also explains what you can do if you are not happy with your grade.
Overall Feedback for the Class
- Requirements of the assignment. Yay! Everyone included 10 (or more!) kinds of writing. That didn’t happen last semester, so I’m quite pleased that you all read the instructions carefully..
- Parallel grammatical structure. Remember that the text in all cells of a column needs to be grammatically parallel. They need to match in their structure. Read more about parallelism on the Purdue OWL for help and examples, and revisit the #Tutorial: Using Parallel Structures.
- Centered text. Remember that the best design for text is flush left, ragged right. Centered text is harder to read. See the #Tutorial: Avoid Centered Text on the course website for help.
Revision Activities for the Analysis Project
I have reopened the assignment so that those of you who want to revise can improve your project. Follow the guidelines below to resubmit your work.
- If I made a mistake
Send me an email message or a private message in Canvas with the details. I’ll fix it.
- If there were problems with the content or design of your bio
Revise your project to improve your work, adding whatever is missing or tweaking the design. Resubmit your project, and I will regrade your work. All revisions MUST be submitted by 11:59PM on the last day of class (Friday, 1/12).
- If you did not submit your work at all
It is too late. Be sure to turn in all the remaining projects if you want to pass the course.
- If something else is going on
Send me an email message or a private message in Canvas with the details. I’ll see what I can do to help you.
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