Assignment Outcomes
  • Students will be able to demonstrate interest in and interaction with the course material on a consistent basis throughout the semester.
  • Students will be able to demonstrate respect for the ideas of others, even when expressing a different point of view.
  • Students will be able to organize thoughts and information in clear and potentially creative ways.

Relevant Course Outcomes
  • Students will be able to identify and analyze the textual, historical, and cultural contexts of works of literature.
  • Students will be able to read works of literature closely and thoroughly.
  • Students will be able to develop insights effectively through written communication, particularly via collaborative wiki.

Each student will create Student Notes as directed throughout the semester. These will be located on your personal wiki page.

Instructions:
  • Create a personal wiki page titled: your last name, first name.
  • All required notes throughout the semester will be added to your personal page.
  • Any extra notes you add beyond those required will count as Extra Credit.

How Student Notes Will Be Graded
The Student Notes will be 20% of the Student Notes/Badges/Activities grade, which is 25% of the overall course grade.
Grade
Characteristics
A
  • In-class required responses:
present and reflect in-depth engagement with the assigned topics
  • Organization:
ease of navigation
material sorted logically and in visually expedient ways
tagged correctly
  • Timing:
material added regularly over the duration of the semester

B
  • In-class required responses:
present and reflect moderate engagement with the assigned topics
  • Organization:
ease of navigation
clear effort in sorting material
mostly tagged correctly
  • Timing:
material added relatively regularly over the duration of the semester

C
  • In-class required responses:
present and reflect passing engagement with the assigned topics
  • Organization:
basic ease of navigation
tagged incorrectly at times
  • Timing:
material potentially added sporadically, in chunks, throughout semester

D
  • In-class required responses:
not present or are limited in number and reflect little to no engagement with the assigned topics
  • Organization:
little consideration for ease of navigation
little effort in sorting material
little effort to tag correctly
  • Timing:
material added at the end of the semester or only at one point in the semester

F
  • In-class required responses:
not present
  • Organization:
no consideration for ease of navigation
not tagged
  • Timing:
material not added
***+ or - grades will be assessed for work that falls between these categories