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Portfolio Keeping : A Guide for Students

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780312419097

ISBN10:
0312419090
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
2/3/2006
Publisher(s):
Bedford/St. Martin's

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Summary

Brief and inexpensive,Portfolio Keepingis the first guide that provides all the information students need to use the portfolio method successfully in a writing course.Portfolio Teaching, a guide for instructors, is also available. Free when packaged.

Table of Contents

Preface for Instructors v
Introduction: Understanding Writing Portfolios 1(2)
Types of Writing Portfolios
3(2)
Portfolios for Learning
4(1)
Portfolios for Evaluation
4(1)
Forms of Portfolios
5(1)
Principles of Portfolio Keeping
5(2)
Choice
5(1)
Variety
6(1)
Reflection
6(1)
Taking Stock
7(1)
Taking Stock 1: Establishing Expectations
7(1)
Part One THE PROCESS OF PORTFOLIO KEEPING
8(24)
Setting Goals and Planning Ahead
8(3)
Staying Organized and Keeping a Working Folder
11(6)
Staying Organized
11(1)
Keeping a Working Folder
12(5)
Labeling and Saving Your Files
13(2)
Tracking Readers' Comments
15(1)
Managing Your Time
16(1)
Taking Stock 2: Getting Organized
16(1)
Becoming a Reflective Learner
17(7)
Practicing Reflective Learning
17(1)
Journals and Blogs
18(2)
Taking Stock 3: What Is Reflective Learning?
19(1)
Postwrites
20(3)
Using Postwrites to Get More Out of Peer review
20(2)
Taking Stock 4: Composing Your Own Postwrite
22(1)
Midterm Self-Assessments
23(1)
Keeping Company and Working with Others
24(3)
Taking Stock 5: Assessing Peer Response
25(2)
Keeping Up and Getting Unstuck
27(5)
Getting Started
27(1)
Planning and Drafting More Efficiently
28(1)
Seeking Out Other Readers and Learning about Resources
29(1)
Finding Good Readers
30(2)
Taking Stock 6: Finding Readers or Help
31(1)
Part Two FROM PROCESS TO PRODUCT---PREPARING FOR ASSESSMENT
32(26)
Understanding Assessment
32(8)
Assessment from the Writer's Perspective
32(4)
Taking Stock 7: Determining Your Program's Values
34(2)
Assessment from an Instructor's Perspective
36(4)
Taking Stock 8: Reviewing Your Working Folder
39(1)
Putting It Together: Selecting and Arranging Artifacts
40(8)
Starting the Selection Process
41(1)
The Navigational Scheme
41(3)
Metaphorical Thinking
42(1)
Presentation Tools
42(2)
Choosing the Entries
44(1)
Storyboarding
45(3)
Taking Stock 9: Getting Help Choosing Artifacts
47(1)
Preparing to Write the Introduction and Other Reflective Components
48(5)
Taking Stock 10: Revisiting Your Expectations
48(5)
The Final Stages: Revising, Editing, and Proofreading the Entries
53(5)
Revising
53(1)
Taking Stock 11: Assessing Revision
54(1)
Editing
54(1)
Proofreading
55(3)
Portfolio Keeping Continued: Re-Visiting Your Learning
58


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