Introduction Letter.

Letter of Introduction

(Aim for 300 words)

This letter has two purposes–for me to get to know a little about you and for me to see your writing. The expression here should be informal in tone, but still show your understanding of writing conventions. (Sentence variety, paragraphing, etc.). Future journal assignments will have a scoring rubric attached, but for this first one, as long as you have addressed the assignment fully, you will get full credit.

Use the questions below to generate content, but don’t simply answer them–integrate the answers into your letter. And feel free and encouraged to add anything else about yourself!

What do you see as your strengths and weaknesses as a writer?
What are your past experiences with writing, in and out of your major, and what kinds of comments have teachers made about your written work?
What goals do you have in mind for yourself in this class? What apprehensions do you have? What challenges do you think you’ll experience? What are you looking forward to?
Is there anything else you’d like me to know about you, like challenges in your life, or things that might impede your success? For example, are you responsible for the care of others, for example, children, younger siblings, grandparents?
Can you think of ways I can help you succeed as a writer or a student?
Reflective Journal Rubric #1

Reflective Journal Rubric #1

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThoughtful ResponseThe answers show thinking on the page. Ideas grow or change.

4.0 pts
Excellent work!

3.0 pts
Solid work!

2.0 pts

4.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDevelopmentThe ideas are fully presented

3.0 pts
Fully developed

The ideas are well-developed on the page.

2.0 pts

Although there may be some questions, the ideas are clear on the page.

1.0 pts

Surface thinking. It’s difficult to see the ideas being presented.

3.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeExpressionUses the conventions of clear expression. In particular, paragraphing between ideas.
The style should be conversational, not formal, but sentences should be complete and vary in length.

3.0 pts
Nicely expressed!

2.0 pts
Clear Expression

Suggests some editing and consideration of expression.

1.0 pts
Difficult to read

The expression may be more like freewriting or overly simple. The impression is that the writer didn’t consider the way the ideas were being expressed.

3.0 pts

Total Points: 10.0

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