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Student Learning Outcomes Self-Assessment

Name: Natalia Casillas

Date: 30 May, 2017. Anticipated grade in the course: A

Please mark the box by each outcome that best represents your level of achievement.

Learning Outcomes Level 2 Level 3 Level 4


Demonstrates Partial Demonstrates Demonstrates Deep
Command of Sufficient Command Command of
Knowledge and Skills of Knowledge and Knowledge and Skills
Skills

Reading Rhetorically Outcomes

1. I am able to cite strong and thorough


textual evidence to support analysis of
what a text says and implies. x

2. I am able to analyze and evaluate the


effectiveness of the structure an author
uses in his or her exposition or argument. x
3. I can analyze an authors assumptions
and appeals (e.g., ethos, pathos, and
logos). x
4. I can analyze the writers use of
rhetorical devices and strategies.
x
5. I understand key rhetorical concepts
such as audience, purpose, context, and
genre through analysis of texts. x

Writing Rhetorically Outcomes

6. I can write reading-based arguments to


support claims in an analysis of
substantive topics or texts, using valid
reasoning and relevant and sufficient
x

evidence.
7. I incorporate the texts of others
effectively and use documentation styles
suitable to the task, genre, and discipline. x
Learning Outcomes Level 2 Level 3 Level 4
Demonstrates Partial Demonstrates Demonstrates Deep
Command of Sufficient Command Command of
Knowledge and Skills of Knowledge and Knowledge and Skills
Skills

8. I can edit for clarity and for standard


written English grammar, usage, and
mechanics. x

9. I am able to produce clear and coherent


writing in which the development,
organization, and style are appropriate to
task, purpose, and audience.
x

10. I have the ability to observe, evaluate,


and regulate my development as a reader
and writer of expository texts, including
the identification of areas needing further
x

growth.

Listening and Speaking Rhetorically Outcome

11. I am able to initiate and participate


effectively in a range of collaborative
discussions with peers. x
Habits of Mind Outcomes

12. I act as a motivated, self-directed


learner.
x
13. I persist during difficult academic
tasks.
x

14. I consider new ways of thinking and


being; I see other points of view.
x
15. I am able to critique my own and
others academic work.
x

16. I can reflect on my own learning and


on the processes that shape my
knowledge. x