Point Values & CFC

Point Values and Weights

Assignments Points and Weights
Class Participation (reading quizzes, in-class work, workshop participation)
100 pts. (10%)
Common First Week Video 50 pts. (5%)
Blog Posts and Comments

10 total blog posts required (9 pts. possible per post)

2 peer responses per post (.5 pt. per peer response)

100 pts. (10%)
Twitter Engagement 50 pts. (5%)
Major Projects
Composition Project #1

Proposal 30 pts.

Creative Collection 60 pts.

Project Statement 60 pts.

150 pts. (15%)
Composition Project #2

Analysis Paper 100 pts.

100 pts. (10%)
Composition Project #3.1

Transformative Work 50 pts.

Project Statement 50 pts.

Composition Project #3.2

Exhibit & Presentation 100 pts.

250 pts (25%)
Final Reflective Portfolio 200 pts. (20%)
Total 1,000 pts. (100%)

Grade Scale

  • 1,000 – 900 points = A
  • 899 – 800 points = B
  • 799 – 700 points = C
  • 599 – 0 = F

Common Feedback Chart

In this course, one aspect of your feedback will be provided through the chart featured below. This chart is meant for assessment purposes and does not align with grading. Grading is evaluative whereas the common feedback chart instead provides relational assessment of your development as a writer.

For more information on this chart, please consult the common policies for ENGL 1101 and 1102.

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