The semester review is a paper over the semester incorporating assignments and reflection/reaction papers.  The semester review needs to be two full pages long – at least 40 lines.

The semester review is a paper over the semester incorporating assignments and reflection/reaction papers.  The semester review needs to be two full pages long – at least 40 lines.

SEMESTER REVIEW PAPER

The semester review is a paper over the semester incorporating assignments and reflection/reaction papers.  The semester review needs to be two full pages long – at least 40 lines.  Several items from this class will be sued as your research.   Total points – 150

 

Reflect on your semester…how did it go?  Did it go as planned?

Compare who you were at the beginning of the semester to who you are now.   Have your study skills, sociability, finances, career choice, and your desire to finish college changed?

What decisions have you made?

What changes have you made?

What is working for you academically?

What is not working for you academically?

What are your short-term and long term goals?

What did you take with you this semester?

What are your plans for next semester?

Any comments you wish to share

 

Items to help you write your Semester Review paper

Time Management Worksheet – What did you learn from this exercise?  What activities do you spend most of your time on?  Do these activities assist you in succeeding in college?

PSLI Assessment (campus toolkit) – What is your 4 letter code?  What does your code say about you (how you relate to others, how you learn etc.).

Study Skills (LASSI) – What do your scores mean? What are your strengths and weaknesses?  What advice is given for your weaknesses?

Communication (DISC) Results – What is your most comfortable role? (Hint:  Pacesetter, Designer, Inspector, Motivator, Counselor, Assessor/Architect, Standard Interpreter, Peacemaker, Engineer, Quality Control, Investigator, Policy Maker/Planner) – What do your results mean?

Locus of Control Results – What is your score? What does it mean? (Hint:  Internal, External or Situational Focus)

Sensory Learning Styles – What was your primary and secondary learning styles?  What does this mean? (Hint:  Visual, Auditory, Tactile, Kinesthetic)

Listening Profile – What type of listener are you? (Hint:  People, Time, Action, Content)

Stress Barometer

Pair-Weighting Assessment – What are your values?  Are you values in line with your goals?

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