Portfolio with Signature Assignment and Final Reflection
The ePortfolio is required for all General Education courses, and it is a great resource for you to archive your work and reflections on learning that can be used later when applying for your bachelors degree, a scholarship or a job. For this course section on your ePortfolio, you will showcase signature assignments and reflections as described below. Instructions: Build your ePortfolio to the specifications of the college. Go to this website for everything you need to know to design, create and use your ePortfolio. ePortfolio instructions(Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.) , design, student support and examples. In the 2600 course section of your ePortfolio, upload a revised signature assignment Poetry explication essay. Include a brief description of the project. In the 2600 course section of your ePortfolio, upload a two page written reflection. The reflection is not a class evaluation, but instead a metacognitive practice on your own learning and evolution of your knowledge. To write this reflection, please review the Reflection Prompt link Actions and respond to the “learning reflection” prompt on page 2. Reflection prompt in Modules. Rubric: ePortfolio is designed and created according to college standards ePortfolio contains a section for ENGL 2600 with a brief description of the course (you can use elements from the syllabus if that helps. ePortfolio ENGL 2600 showcases one of the two assignments that have been thoughtfully and intentionally revised ePortfolio ENGL 2600 showcases a two-page reflection based on the reflection handout (learning reflection prompt) Course Format Welcome to English 2600! English 2600, Critical Intro to Literature, seeks to educate students on the main genres of literature: poetry, drama, and prose. It thus involves selected readings, arranged by types. Review narrated screencast below. Must have audio. This is an online course. In addition to completing the readings and formal assignments, weekly online discussions and quizzes make up the hours for traditional in person class-time. It is important you keep up on those. The course is designed for you to easily find schedule of activities, resources and assignments via modules. You can access modules on the home page of Canvas, as well as the left menu bar. In each module, you’ll find the schedule of activities and readings per week, resource material, discussions, quizzes and assignments. Please refer to modules weekly. Interaction with instructor is highly encouraged. Just because this is an online course, it does not mean we cannot communicate in person, over the phone, via Skype or whichever is useful to you. My office and available office hours are listed on the syllabus, and I’m often available via telephone or Skype throughout the week. I strongly encourage all students have at least one if not two consultations with me either about your major assignments or just to discuss literature in general.