I myself prefer to laugh, since there is less cleaning do to do afterward.”
― Kurt Vonnegut
But don't pull your hair out, yet! Do your best to complete the assignment. Read the details, look at the tricolon sentence rubric, and watch the how to video I linked to--and maybe after all that it will make more sense, but it might not. In that case, do what you can to "figure it out." I will help you in class to finish and post your work in a way that will get you your first A grade of the term, for these first assignments are simply foundations that we will build deliberately and solidly together. It is your job this weekend to supply the materials--the words, phrases, clauses, sentences and paragraphs that we can use to build a beautiful Caribou Reflection. It is your job to "try" and complete the Comma Rules and Tricolon Sentences assignment. If you get it wrong, I will help you get it right--though it is up to you to at least bring something to the worksite.
In a tough life, this is a fair deal. This is your first chance to show me that you do "give a damn," and in the end, that is all that really matters. For if you give a damn, I promise, so will I.