A reflection essay and short annotated bibliography

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write the ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF STUDENT WORK - 300 words (3 articles and 100 words for each) and SELF-REFLECTION ESSAY(600-500words)

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The SJSU Writing Program Self-Reflection Essay and ePortfolio All students completing ENGL 1A will submit a final portfolio. Your portfolio allows you to demonstrate progress you have made toward accomplishing course learning objectives. Your portfolio will feature SIX elements—four which you have already completed and two which you will produce specifically for this assignment. The four elements you’ve already produced are the following: 1. The CRITICAL ESSAY* from your Reflection on College Writing (completed during the summer before you enrolled and located in Canvas), 2. The NARRATIVE ESSAY* from your Reflection on College Writing (completed during the summer before you enrolled and located in Canvas), 3. The PARAGRAPH* you wrote to your first year writing instructor explaining which first year writing course you chose and why from your Reflection on College Writing (completed during the summer before you enrolled and located in Canvas), and 4. One additional MAJOR ASSIGNMENT that you produced in ENGL 1A (this may be a traditional essay or a multimodal project). *In the event you did not complete the Reflection on College Writing, you may omit the NARRATIVE ESSAY and PARAGRAPH and substitute an early writing assignment from ENGL 1A for the CRITICAL ESSAY. The two elements you will produce for the ePortfolio are: Self-Reflection Essay Prompt 5. A SELF-REFLECTION ESSAY (approximately 500-600 words) addressed to an audience of Writing Program teachers arguing that you have developed an understanding of course learning goals and have developed strategies for working toward them. 6. An ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF STUDENT WORK to describe work you have done in the period between your CRITICAL ESSAY and your MAJOR ASSIGNMENT that best evidences the claims your essay makes about your learning and your writing process. Write a Self-Reflection essay that helps your audience (writing program faculty) appreciate your progress in understanding and developing strategies to address ENGL 1A learning objectives, focusing especially on: GELO #1: Students shall demonstrate the ability to read actively and rhetorically. Note: You are making an argument using evidence, and your goal is to convince readers that you have gained insight into what makes writing effective and that you’ve begun to develop strategies for producing effective texts. Your Self-Reflection essay should reference the CRITICAL ESSAY and MAJOR ASSIGNMENT in your portfolio and the work you compiled in your ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY to define and illustrate your progress.
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