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Dear Dr.

Hartman, This assignment was hard to start out, but I went to Tucker and saw the rock wall. I climbed it and received ideas on what to write. I feel my self-evaluation for Process, Rhetorical Knowledge, Critical Thinking and Writing Growth and Knowledge of Conventions should be more in between exemplary and proficient. This is true because for Process, I wrote and edited my rough drafts I read them out loud to myself and got my old tutor to edit it. For Rhetorical Knowledge, I continued to stay on one topic, and used multiple descriptive words. Under Critical Thinking, I tried to be appealing to the audience by choosing a topic people tend to enjoy. Multiple times I use the senses by writing about different colors and smells and my arms hurting. In Knowledge of Conventions, The flow of the writing runs smooth, little to spelling and grammar errors. I had fun writing this paper once I figured out what to write on. Thank you, Jon Marc Wyatt
Criteria PROCESS Exemplary Process work is present and provides robust evidence that student has participated; Clear evidence of strong idea development; Robust evidence of revision (changes in at least 2 drafts) is clearly present RHETORICAL KNOWLEDGE Writer has fulfilled the assignment beyond expectations; Exceptionally clear what topic/subject is being described; Excellent attention to audience by appealing to senses, using appropriate figurative language, etc. Proficient Process work is present and evidence of participation is clear; Evidence of idea development is present; Evidence of effective revision is clearly present in at least 2 drafts Developing Some evidence of process work; Attempts at idea development, but ideas are lacking in some way; Little evidence of revision is present (ex. Only 1 draft submitted) Lacking Participation in process work, development of ideas, and/or evidence of revision is incomplete or insufficient

As a working draft, piece shows:

Writer has clearly fulfilled the assignment; Clear purpose; Good attention to audience to audience by appealing to senses, using figurative language, etc.

As a working draft, piece shows:

Writer has fulfilled the assignment; Purpose is hard to decipher or not yet clear; Little evidence of attention to audience due to vague description, little to no sensory details or figurative language, etc.

This aspect of the piece is incomplete/ insufficient. Work shows little to no evidence of rhetorical knowledge

CRITICAL THINKING AND WRITING GROWTH

As a working draft, piece shows:

Exceptional use of tone and voice; Robust attempts to be appealing and interesting in describing subject/topic; Writer clearly is taking risks by trying strategies discussed; Reflective letter is included and clearly addresses these aspects of piece Exceptional and adept wording and phrasing; Little to no issues in readability; Writer displays clear control over mechanics, grammar, and usage

Clear attempts to use tone and voice; Clear attempts to be appealing and interesting in describing subject/topic; Writer is taking some risks; Reflective letter is included and sufficiently addresses these aspects of piece Good wording and phrasing; Little to no issues in readability; Writer displays control over mechanics, grammar, and usage

Writer is struggling to use/understand tone and voice, to create interesting writing, and/or to take risks; and/or reflective letter is missing or does not clearly addresses these aspects of piece

Write made little to no attempts to present critical thinking or writing growth; and/or no reflective letter included

KNOWLEDGE OF CONVENTIONS

As a working draft, piece shows:

Some or repeated issues with awkward or ineffective wording/phrasing; Writer displays lack of control over mechanics, grammar, and usage, causing issues in readability

Glaring issues/errors in grammar, capitalization, punctuation, spelling, and other conventions; Piece is difficult to read; Little to no attention has been given to conventions of writing