View your writing as a process. This assignment should be clearly written and error-free, this does not need to be as polished or as formal as summaries and essays.
Purpose: The purpose of this assignment is to encourage you to view your writing as a process. This assignment should be clearly written and error-free, this does not need to be as polished or as formal as summaries and essays. This paper, however; needs to convince me that you have developed a better understanding of the writing skills and strategies you have worked on throughout the semester.
· To demonstrate how you have improved your writing skills
· To take ownership of your writing and editing skills
Steps to Complete the Task:
Answer the following questions:
· Describe your habits and behaviors as well as your writing process for this semester. In other words, how did you study for and work on your assignments?
· What were your greatest accomplishments/strengths on the assignments? Give examples and explain why you feel these are your strengths.
· Which writing skills do you need to work on to improve for the future?
· Which resources (handouts, lecture notes, Writing Center, tutors, etc.) have you consulted to improve and what did you learn from these? Include references (specific quotes, paraphrases, or summaries) to the sources you consulted.
· How will you improve your writing in the future? Give specific examples of what you will change and why.
· Do you feel this class has been beneficial for your educational needs? Why or why not. What did you enjoy and learn the most from in this class?
Submitting the Assignment:
· Submit the Final through the Assignment Link on Blackboard
Criteria for Success:
· Your answers must be in complete sentences,
· Your answers must be organized in paragraphs.
· Include an introduction
· Make sure you have a body paragraph for each question
· Include a solid conclusion
· Follow MLA format
· The Final should be approximately two to three pages in length
The writing process is something that no two people do the same way. There is no “right way” or “wrong way” to write. It can be a very messy and fluid process, and the following is only a representation of commonly used steps. Remember you can come to the Writing Center for assistance at any stage in this process.
Think and Decide
Make it Better
Make it Correct