Note that the due date for this writing project has been changed to 03-02-2010.
For this writing project you will be composing a "response" to your capstone experience. In this case, a response is an analysis of the process of writing, designing, and presenting your capstone experiences. Be sure to integrate appropriate material from eaa in your response, and create a work cited section on the bottom of your second page that gives the bibliographic information for eaa.
Remember, for this assignment key concepts from class will heavily influence the grading you earn for this writing assignment. Be sure to 1) identify the audience; 2) clearly state your argument; and 3) work into the response aspects of ethos, logos, and pathos in the analysis of your Capstone project.
Also, make sure that your argument for this response to the Capstone Project has the three “Cs.” It must be clear, concise, and concrete. The response should be organized in an essay format that includes a one or two sentence thesis statement, a body, and a conclusion. A thesis statement is an essential part of writing an effective argument or essay because it outlines and explains the main idea of your writing project. Additionally, a thesis statement will set the tone for your entire writing assignment...it is an important thing!
A final note: as with the tests, you need to earn a 3.0 on this assignment (and all other writing assignments) to pass the unit. If you do not receive a 3.0, you will have to edit or re-write your returned writing assignment until it receives a 3.0. As with the test, you also may not move onto another unit until you have passed a unit. Standard margins and 12 pt Times New Roman font should be used.