Understanding Your Portfolio

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This brief presentation will explain to you the purposes and goals of your writing portfolio, as well as guide you in organizing and presenting it.

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Understanding YOUR Portfolio A Guide to Preparing and Submitting Your Independent Writing Prepared to Assist Students in English 9 CP and Honors

The Pennsylvania Literacy Framework’s Critical Experiences : 

The Pennsylvania Literacy Framework’s Critical Experiences Transacting with Texts Producing Texts Extending Reading and Writing Investigating Language Lifelong Learning

Extending Reading and Writing : 

Extending Reading and Writing Independent Writing Self-Initiated Audience Purpose Process Tone and Voice Publishing

Portfolio Record Keeping : 

Portfolio Record Keeping

Portfolio Record Keeping : 

Portfolio Record Keeping Marking Period 1, Fall Semester of 2009

Instructions are on the Reverse : 

Instructions are on the Reverse

Goals of thePortfolio : 

Goals of thePortfolio

MODES of Writing : 

MODES of Writing

Writingin 3MODES : 

Writingin 3MODES

Making Your Writing Process Visible : 

Making Your Writing Process Visible

Revision History : 

Revision History

Show YourRevisionHistory : 

Show YourRevisionHistory Initial, or ROUGH, Draft:

Show YourRevisionHistory : 

Show YourRevisionHistory Show your revisions using the “Track Changes” feature of Microsoft Word or Google Docs.

Show YourRevisionHistory : 

Show YourRevisionHistory Audience-ready draft with “Mark Up” turned OFF

Instructions are on the Reverse : 

Instructions are on the Reverse

FourKindsofAudience : 

FourKindsofAudience

Peer Response : 

Peer Response

Your Peer as Audience : 

Your Peer as Audience

TeacherasAudience : 

TeacherasAudience

Your Teacher as Audience : 

Your Teacher as Audience

Applying PennsylvaniaStandards : 

Applying PennsylvaniaStandards

The Department of Education as Audience : 

The Department of Education as Audience

WritingContests&Publishing : 

WritingContests&Publishing

The WORLD as Your Audience : 

The WORLD as Your Audience

Looking Back AND Ahead : 

Looking Back AND Ahead

Preparingto SHAREthePortfolio : 

Preparingto SHAREthePortfolio

OverallOrganization : 

OverallOrganization

WritingtheCoverLetter : 

WritingtheCoverLetter

Reflecting and Projecting : 

Reflecting and Projecting

Is there a MINIMUM length required for each draft? : 

Is there a MINIMUM length required for each draft?

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Understanding YOUR Portfolio A Guide to Preparing and Submitting Your Independent Writing Prepared to Assist Students in English 9 CP and Honors

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