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English 102 Activity 4: Reflection Activity Assignment Guidelines In this course, there are 4 activities to complete. Two of the lowest graded activities of the 4 submitted activities will be dropped. That means that you may submit all 4 activities and the two lowest graded activities will be dropped or you may submit only 2 of the 4 activities and the two zeroes will be dropped; it’s up to you. These activities are less formal, long answer assignments designed to give you the opportunity to engage with the course materials in a deeper way, and to submit work for grading. You will be graded on your ability and willingness to engage with the ideas, but also on your sentences and composition. Therefore, these activities should not be completed last minute and you should not answer the prompts in point form. You should leave yourself time to think about and revise your work before you must submit it. All sources must be documented in MLA format. Documentation must include works cited and in-text citations. All assigned readings are available on mêskanâs or in the textbook. ***By submitting this assignment for grading, you agree that you have adhered to MacEwan’s Academic Integrity Policy.*** Activity 4 Assignment Instructions Choose one of the prompts below and write a 450-550 word personal reflection. Your reflection must focus on your learning in this course. That means that your reflection should reference specific examples/evidence from this course, such as completed assignments, instructor feedback/comments, and/or assigned readings. While this assignment is a personal reflection, it’s still important to be courteous. Remember, your instructor will read this assignment. Reflections are not diary entries; thus, it is not the appropriate space to air grievances about the instructor, course, or school. Likewise, you should not include any personal or private information you are uncomfortable sharing with your instructor. Options Choose only one of the prompts below. This is a personal reflection, so you do not have to answer the questions exactly as they are. Rather, use the prompts as a stepping-off point to explore your learning and growth in the course. 1. Do you consider yourself a writer? Why or why not? What makes someone a writer? 2. What were some of the most valuable lessons you learned in the course—specifically about writing, learning, or academic life? 3. How did the course readings, concepts, and assignments help you to learn about writing and reading? 4. If you could go back in time, would you approach this course any differently? What would you change? What would you do the same? Why? Grading Rubric Criteria Grade Response fully and thoughtfully answers the prompt. Response is logical, on-topic, and demonstrates comprehension of the course concepts. /6 Word usage, punctuation, grammar, even and organized paragraphs, standard English. /2 Use of MLA format, works cited page, and in-text citations. /1 Word-count (assignment meets word-count requirement excluding the title information and works cited list). /1 Comments: Total: /10