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Proposal Commentary

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Proposal Commentary:

Please use your knowledge of school and society and service learning, the appropriate assessment rubric and proposal guidelines to guide your written commentary of your partners' proposals.  Be thoughtful, constructive, supportive and serious in all that you do!  ( 8+/- blog credits)

 

Into the first weeks of the semester and ED253, you will become a member of a writing circle.  Simply, the intention of this circle is to support each others writing.  

 

Writing circles will work online, using the group pages BlackBoard tool to upload and download proposals, drafts and comments. 

 

On some occasions, writing circles will have opportunities to meet and discuss during class.

 

/ Assignments  / Essay Proposal  / SL Assignments  / writing circle edit sheet

 

Your responsibility is your ability to respond!

 


 

The Writing Center at John Carroll

Location: O’Malley Center 207
Phone: 216-397-4592 

The Writing Center is staffed by undergraduate and graduate Writing Consultants. They are trained to help you improve your abilities as a writer. The Writing Center is a useful resource for writers of all skill levels, writers working in any discipline and on any kind of text, and for assistance at any stage in the writing process and on any aspect of writing. Though Writing Consultants are available on a drop-in basis (first come, first served), you are encouraged to make an appointment by calling 397-4529.  Visit the web site for current hours.

 

Resources for Writers (from the JCU Writing Center)

On-Line Dictionary

A Pocket Style Manual (on-line resources)

OWL - Purdue Online Writing Lab

 

 

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