Final Drafts Evaluation Projects (HW#11)

“My favorite assignment during this module was the evaluation project. This is because the topic of my project was the same as the topic for my paper, which made the module a whole lot easier. Furthermore, the topic of my project was very relatable to me….I was very interested in evaluating my topic.”    

–English 105 student, Spring 2015

The quality of many students’ multimodal projects improved from the Rhetorical Analysis module. Based on my observations, here’s why:

  • students are now more accustomed to writing on the blog
  • they prepared for the project by brainstorming formats through a blog post that looked at other online reviews
  • I floated around our lab day offering suggestions on the rough drafts
  • based on a class vote, most of them prefer working individually on projects

For more information on what I learned from the Rhetorical Analysis Module–and then applied to the Evaluation Module–please see the post “Future Considerations” under the Rhetorical Analysis Module.

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(click to view an evaluation of Wilson Hall)

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(click here to read a review of the MacBook Pro

Below are more examples of student projects, as well as the rubric for this project. For more information on the project prompt and delivery please see the post “OVERVIEW Multimodal Evaluation Project.”
(click to view this review of the Tap and Go app)

(click to see a review of the Tap and Go app)

coffebeen

(click to view this evaluation of the Campus Coffee Beans)

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(click on the rubric to view)

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(click to see this review of The Pita Pit)

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(click to read the review “Fuss about the Bus: NAU’s Bus System”)

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