Respond, with 400-800 words, to the following prompt: Reflect on
Respond, with 400-800 words, to the following prompt: Reflect on your first project in our course (the rhetorical analysis of a previous writing experience) and its associated threshold concept: “’Good’ writing is dependent on writers, readers, situation, technology, and use.” It may help to consider some of the following, or similar, questions: How do you feel about the work you’ve done for this project? What did you learn about rhetoric and writing (your own and in general) throughout this unit, especially as a result of completing this project? How has your work on this project or in this unit influenced your perceptions or understanding of the threshold concept that states “good” writing is contingent on various factors? How might you apply this threshold concept, or anything else you’ve discovered in this unit, to future writing projects? If applicable, what parts or aspects of your paper are you still not completely satisfied with? What might you have done differently in your project to prevent this dissatisfaction? (Or what might you do to your essay if you were to choose to revise it and submit it as your Optional Revision assignment at the end of the term?) Include the total word count of your response with your entry. Include only your response, and not the prompt itself, in your word count. (Note: This entry has a minimum word count of 400 words, which is double the amount most other entries require.) Rubric: Journal entries can receive up to 10 points: Word Count (8 points possible) – Entries that meet the expected word count will receive the full 8 points. Entries shorter than that will receive partial credit according to the proportion of the word count met. Content (2 points possible) – Entries that are on-topic and demonstrate a thoughtful and complete response will receive 2 points. Entries that are on-topic but demonstrate a vague or incomplete response will receive 1 point. Off-topic responses will receive 0 points.