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Please read the instructions below:

This
cover letter is a cumulation of your reflection writing, understanding
of writing, and your development as a writer. In this letter, you will
articulate your theory of writing, or the “systematic narrative of lived experiences and observed phenomena that both accounts for (makes sense of) past experiences and makes predictions about future experience.
Simply put, you will talk about your experiences as a writer in and
outside of this class that may have helped you understand more about
writing and yourself as a writer. You will also make predictions about
how your learning about writing this semester will affect your future
writing in your academic, professional, personal, and civic contexts.
Your goal is to explain your theory of writing to a specific audience,
either students in your major or students who will take this course in
the future. Choose a genre that best addresses your audience: a letter,
essay, or narrative, for instance.

These are questions to help you
articulate your theory of writing. You must use all of these questions
in some way in your cover letter, but you don’t have to answer them in
order.

  1. From concepts and practices, what is your theory of
    writing? What can you tell your audience about your own theory of
    writing or what have you learned about writing that you can explain to
    them?
  2. What are they key terms from this course you think are
    important? List them and explore why they are important to your
    understanding of writing.
  3. You read and discussed many articles
    on the key terms and other writing knowledge. How have these readings
    changed your writing knowledge this semester?
  4. You engaged in
    lots of writing practices this semester in and outside of this course.
    How did learning these key terms help you with your writing practices?
    How did learning the concepts and engaging in these practices make your
    writing better? Make references to specific places in your writing
    (pages and paragraphs) that support your answers. Using titles and page
    numbers of your work will help me find the examples you refer to. Your
    analysis should highlight how the writing knowledge and practices that
    you engaged in may have helped you with writing in and outside the
    course.
  5. Look forward to future situations: classes, career,
    extracurricular activities, or any other writing contexts. How do you
    expect your theory of writing to inform writing in those contexts? How
    do you envision using what you have learned in this class in writing
    situations within your major? What about writing in future academic,
    personal, professional, and civic contexts?

As you answer
these questions, you are expected to support your argument from the
particular materials in your e-portfolio. Give precise examples as
evidence and make clear reference (name of assignment, draft, page
number) to help me locate your examples in the portfolio.

More instructions:

  • cumulation of your reflection writing, understanding of writing, and your development as a writer.
  • articulate your theory of writing, or the “systematic narrative of lived experiences and observed phenomena that both accounts for (makes sense of) past experiences and makes predictions about future experience.
  • make
    predictions about how your learning about writing this semester will
    affect your future writing in your academic, professional, personal, and
    civic contexts.
  • explain your theory of writing to a specific
    audience, either students in your major or students who will take this
    course in the future.
  • Choose a genre that best addresses your audience: a letter, essay, or narrative, for instance.
  • From concepts and practices, what is your theory of writing?
    What can you tell your audience about your own theory of writing or
    what have you learned about writing that you can explain to them?
  • What are they key terms from this course you think are important? List them and explore why they are important to your understanding of writing.
  • You read and discussed many articles on the key terms and other writing knowledge. How have these readings changed your writing knowledge this semester?
  • You engaged in lots of writing practices this semester in and outside of this course. Make references to specific places in your writing
    (pages and paragraphs) that support your answers. Using titles and page
    numbers of your work will help me find the examples you refer to. Your
    analysis should highlight how the writing knowledge and practices that
    you engaged in may have helped you with writing in and outside the
    course.
  • Look forward to future situations:
    classes, career, extracurricular activities, or any other writing
    contexts. How do you expect your theory of writing to inform writing in
    those contexts? How do you envision using what you have learned in this
    class in writing situations within your major? What about writing in
    future academic, personal, professional, and civic contexts?

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