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The final portfolio is your chance as a student to write and reflect on what

you’ve learned. It has dual purposes: first, it gives you a chance to pause and

reflect about your goals for the class and what adjustments might need to be made.

Second, it allows your instructor to evaluate your work and give you feedback on

your progress thus far.


Your ePortfolio will consist of several parts:

Portfolio Introduction

The portfolio introduction evaluates how you did in the class and analyzes all of

your writing contained in the portfolio, and will include the following:


Your analysis of the advancement of your writing through papers,

participation, engagement, and the revision process in all its stages,

including peer editing (with specific evidence for your evaluation taken

from your own writing and the feedback you have received).


Your reasons for making the choices you made, and what you may have

done differently; what you think you accomplished and what may need

more work.


Your responses to the class texts and how these sources informed your own

work and ideas.

Beware: you should follow your instincts as well as your informed belief, not

hubris or pathos. Consider what you did, what you could have done, what you

believe you wanted to learn, etc. You should include your rationale, where you

think you improved, where you could have done more, what you liked, what you


****Artifacts**** very important!!!!!


You will also include artifacts of your own choosing that indicate what are the important elements to your writing process. Be selective—this isn’t about including all of your work, but a few key moments that you might reference in your portfolio introduction or annotate here to indicate your changes in habit, reading and writing process, or learning moments.



Read through all of your previous work and look for changes in



Read through your reflective writing and think about your growth


Consider what improvements you still might want to make over the last half

of the quarter. How will you work to achieve these?


Think carefully about how you can use concrete evidence to illustrate the claims you’re making about your work.

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