- Create a new "page" that acts as the landing page for the rest of your portfolio pieces.
- Each piece in your portfolio should have its own page
- How many you have is up to you, but at least eight or more, including samples of different writing styles. For example:
- Fitz Style journal Entry
- Reading Responses (You could put all of your responses for Tom Sawyer as a single page).
- Literary Analysis Paragraphs
- Narrative Paragraphs
- Food entries
- Ewing Style Entries
You get the point!
Punctuation: 10 Points The next part of the exam is the Comma Rules tests. I am still updating the quizzes in the book, but you will be required to take the quizzes in the exam period--BUT--you can practice all you want. Right now I have quizzes up through comma rule #7. I will have the rest up by Friday, and one larger quiz up by Monday. So keep practicing--and remember, I am quite human and this is the first version of the book. Please let me know of any mistakes you find!
Personal Essay: 5 Points As an introduction to your portfolio, you will write an essay that explores your "experience" as a writer and reader this term. The final essay is due at the end of the exam period--though you may compete it before the exam period.
Commenting: 5 Points You will be asked to review each other's portfolios during the exam period and post thoughtful comment on each persons portfolio. I will show you how to add a discussion board or comment box to your site.