Final Self-Assessment and Grade Reflection
For this final assignment, please complete the following:
1. The final Grade Checklist
2. The final self-assessment and reflection
For a detailed explanation of how to earn specific grades, please refer to your syllabus.
Final Grade Checklist
Please use this checklist to help you determine your final grade.
Table 1 Checklist for Grading Contract
Writing Process Assignments (WPAs)
Total Assignments: 18
Check off what you completed!
Contract Requirements
1.9: Self-Assessment #1

After you check off what you did, count the completed assignments and circle where your grade falls based on the below requirements:
“A” Grade
For an A, you must complete a minimum of 15 WPAs
“B” Grade
For a B, you must complete a minimum of 13 WPAs
“C” Grade
For a C, you must complete a minimum of 11 WPAs
If you are not passing in this category, please use the space below to list what you still need in order to pass, and what you still need for your goal grade.
2.8: Pre-Writing

2.9: Text-Set #1

2.10: Draft #1

2.11: Workshop Activity

2.13: Self-Assessment #2

3.6: Pre-Writing

3.7: Text-Set #2

3.8: Draft #2

3.9: Workshop

3.11: Self-Assessment #3

4.6: Pre-Writing

4.7: Text-Set #3

4.8: Intro/Conclusion

4.9: Draft (research paper)

4.10: Reverse Outline

5.1: Process Reflection

5.2: Self-Assessment #4 And Grade Contract Checklist (Required for all)
***Remember, you must complete assignments as WP Sets to earn specific grades, so keep track of that, too!

Essays
Total Assignments: 2
A
B
C
Contract Requirements
2.12: Essay #1



“A” Grade
For an A, both essays must be completed as the following A-WP Sets:
• Essay #1 A-WP Set = Assignments 2.8, 2.9, 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 2.13
• Essay #2 A-WP Set = Assignments 3.7, 3.8, 3.9, 3.10, 3.11
“B” Grade
For a B, both papers must be completed as the following B-WP Sets:
• Essay #1 B-WP Set = Assignments 2.9, 2.10, 2.12, 2.13
• Essay #2 B-WP Set = Assignments 3.8, 3.10, 3.11
“C” Grade
For a C, both papers must be complete.
3.10: Essay #2



If you are not passing in this category, please use this space to list what you still need in order to pass, and what you still need for your goal grade.
Research Paper
A
B
C
Contract Requirements
4.11: Research Paper



“A” Grade
For an A, the research paper must be a passing essay, and must be completed as the following A-WP Set:
Research A-WP Set = Assignments 4.3, 4.7, 4.8, 4.9, 4.10, 4.11, 5.1
“B” Grade
The research paper must be a passing essay, and it must be completed as the following B-WP Set:
Research B-WP Set = Assignments 4.3, 4.7, 4.9, 4.10, 4.11
“C” Grade
The research paper must be a passing essay, and it must be completed as the following C-WP Set:
Research C-WP Set = Assignments 4.3, 4.9, 4.10, 4.11
If you are not passing in this category, please use this space to list what you still need in order to pass, and what you still need for your goal grade.
Learning Activities (LAs)
Total Assignments: 29
Record how many you have completed out of the total for the module
Module 1 Activities: 1.1 – 1.8
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“A” Grade
For an A, you must complete a minimum of 24 LAs
“B” Grade
For a B, you must complete a minimum of 20 LAs
“C” Grade
For a C, you must complete a minimum of 17 LAs
Module 2 Activities: 2.0 – 2.7
/ 8
Module 3 Activities: 3.0 – 3.5
/ 6
Module 4 Activities: 4.0 – 4.5
/ 6
Module 5 Activities: 5.0
/ 1
Total completed
(Circle the grade on the right after you calculate your total)
If you are not passing, please list what you still need in order to pass on the right.
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FINAL GRADE
Assignment Categories
Record the grades earned per category below to help you determine your final grade.
Letter Grade Earned per category
Final Grade Earned based on Contract
To earn a grade, all grade requirements for the category must be met. For example, you must get an A in all categories to get an A in the course.
(Check one of the below options based on the final grade per category – NP = not passing – D or F will be assigned)
WPAs
A ☐
B ☐
C ☐
NP ☐
Essays
Research Paper
LAs
Final Grade Notes
Please use the space below to leave me any notes you feel are important or necessary regarding your final grade. This is optional for those who want to clarify or explain anything. The box will expand as you type.
Table 2: Final Grade Notes
Final Self-Assessment and Reflection
Please write a final reflection on your growth in this class. Who are you now, as a reader, writer, learner, person? What have you learned about yourself this semester? What will you try to remember? What did you learn? What do you still want to learn? (minimum 150 words)
These are all questions you can consider for this final reflection. You can also think of your own! Think of this as a final space to reflect on your learning and experiences this semester and share them with me.
***Please note that this is not meant as an evaluation of the class, but rather is a reflection on your own personal growth and experiences.
Writing Process Reflection
Please answer all parts of the below writing process self-assessment reflection.
Part 1: Reading and Writing Strategies Artifacts
Which specific readings, activities, lessons, etc. did you do that helped you develop your reading and or writing skills? Please list 3 specific things we did that you will likely use again in other classes, and explain how and why they helped you improve. Please answer all of the below questions in this part with a minimum of 50 words per question (you can definitely say more!).
Examples of specific activities we did: Annotating, group discussion, reverse outline, golden line discussion, sentence outlines, poster activities (for previous face-to-face students), rhetorical precis, text-set assignments, the Adichie TEDTalk, the Freire chapter on education, journaling, freewriting, mind-mapping, etc.
1. Artifact #1
Table 1: Please put your answer to question 1 in this table
2. Artifact #2
Table 2: Please put your answer to question 2 in this table
3. Artifact #3
Table 3: Please put your answer to question 3 in this table
Part 2: Your Writing Process
Using the writing process helps us to develop clear, organized, developed ideas, and pushes us to think more deeply about what we are writing and why we are writing. What did you discover about yourself and your process? How will you approach reading and writing, especially challenging assignments, given what you have learned and practiced in this class? Think about everything you did from start to finish in this class and then complete the following:
A. In what ways has your writing process developed, and why? What are the steps you know you need to take in order to be able to plan, write, revise, proofread, and self-assess your writing so that you feel confident submitting your work? In other words, what reading, writing, and thinking processes will you use to make sure that you complete your best work (minimum 150 words)?
Table 4: Please put your answer to question A in this table
B. What do you still want to learn, explore, practice, or discover when it comes to reading and writing, and why? What will you continue to develop in future classes and why (minimum 150 words)?
Table 5: Please put your answer to question B in this table