[SOLUTION] Movements for Justice
Directions for the IN-CLASS REFLECTIVE ESSAY: – Look back on your progress in writing this quarter and explain why you have succeeded in EWRT 1A. – Review all the work you’ve done for the class. Give specific examples from these writings to show your improvements. You are encouraged to quote from your own work as well as from any of our texts. – Required Content: Discuss the basics of what you have learned in EWRT 1A. This might include work on paragraph organization, use of description and/or examples, construction of better sentences, proofreading, writing process, and so on. – Include how your writing has improved as a result of what you have learned in this class. Remember to provide specific examples to show your main points. – Discuss your favorite reading or book from the class, and explain how you were able to discuss and/or write about one important theme from the reading during the class. – Student-hood: Feel free to explore how events in the real world, such as the coronavirus pandemic, election, and/or movements for justice, may have impacted you as a student in this class and/or in your classes this quarter. – Explain the reasons why you think that you are ready to progress to EWRT 2 or EWRT 1B. What still needs improvement? Write about what you would still like to work on with your writing. – In your conclusion, feel free to say anything else that you like regarding your time when studying online in this quarter. The successful In-Class Reflective essay will include: ******* PLEASE FOLLOW THE TEN TIPS AND GUIDELINES (INCLUDED)***** – A clear thesis statement – Clear organization – Well-developed focused paragraphs – Content-focused on the above requirements, with specific examples, details – Analysis of text and/or course content demonstrating critical thinking – Well-constructed sentences – Correct grammar and punctuation – Form: typed, double-spaced, MLA citations when needed
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