First, open the feedback you received from your instructor on your research paper rough draft in Moodle.
Second, read the feedback carefully. Ask your instructor for clarification if there is anything you do not completely understand.
Third, if your instructor has listed particular grammar issues you need to work on, do a Google search to find out how to correct the issue in your writing.
Write two paragraphs in a Word document explaining in detail how you will apply your instructor’s feedback on your rough draft assignment to improve your writing in general. Respond carefully to each point in the feedback and explain what steps you will take to improve your research paper. Use the guide below to structure your paragraphs.
Feedback response guide:
Substantive Issues (paragraph one)
1. Explain how you will address any comments about your ideas and content.
2. Explain how you will address any comments about organization and structure.
3. Explain how you will address any comments about logic and evidence.
Stylistic Issues (paragraph two)
1. Explain how you will address any comments about clarity and concision.
2. Define specific grammar issues listed by your instructor and explain how you will correct them.
On-ground students – your only graded task this week is to write the two paragraph feedback response. Your ungraded task is to prepare for your oral presentations that will take place during class this week.
Online students – In addition to uploading the two paragraph feedback response, you will create an oral narration for the research PowerPoint you submitted last week. You will not create a new PowerPoint; you will simply narrate (present orally) the slides you have already prepared. You may narrate using the software built into PowerPoint, or you may upload a separate file containing a video recording of you presenting your slides orally. You may use a cell phone, video camera, web cam, etc. to record.
Here is a tutorial telling how to use PowerPoint’s built-in narration software, if you wish to use that function.