Role of English
How to Solve It
Week Four: Oct 15 – 19
Assignment from Week Two: DUE TODAY!
Revision and rewrite of Writing About Self, named revision 02.
How you should have written your draft:
Writing About Yourself papers with a classmate or peer, each peer
should write at least one critical comment either positive or negative.
- Give your paper a unique title.
your paper using your classsmate's edits and answering the questions I
asked on your paper and rewrite and name it revision 02.
- Use the format in this document:
- CS_COMP_149_self_evaluation_format (odt) (pdf)
Do new presentation on the same authors as last week using some sort of visual for the computer.
Everyone should print and always have these rubrics ready:
- NO Microsoft Office products to include PowerPoint nor OpenOffice Presentation are to be used.
- Practice using rubrics to evaluate these
Multimedia Project & Group Presentation Evaluation (ods) (pdf)
Group Member Speaking Evaluation (ods) (pdf)
Multimedia Technical Checklist (ods) (pdf)
Multimedia Technical Evaluation (ods) (pdf)
Continue presentations and evaluate using Rubrics
All should have your evaluation sheets ready at all times.
Hours 3.& 4.
future presentations will go on a 149 class web site:
- Plan for linking all presentations together ("putting it all
together") in some logical manner, either a timeline or some other
interesting or creative device.
- Each section will have a login, there will be a 149 class "home page" created by CS department.
- Sections AND Groups will create their "home pages" and link them using the link created by CS department.
- Sections and Groups may, if needed, link back to Class Home or to other sections or groups.
- You can, and should, decide on the eventual design of the 149 class "home page" and it can then be changed.
- Look at other web sites for ideas...
- Print these documents and keep for every class:
Writing a Self-Evaluation (odt) (pdf)
General Guidelines for Writing Your Self Evaluation (odt) (pdf)
Self Evaluation Grade Sheet and Rubric (odt) (pdf)
End of Semester
History of CNT
Privacy & Censorship
Open Source vs Closed
Pervasive & Ubiquitous
Machines vs Humans