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Reviewing Lynden

Reviewing Lynden
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(15) Create line and area charts. (10) Use the Draw window to create an artistic portrait. (15) Create a pictorial poll. (15) ▲ Illustrate the myth of Pandora. (15) Make a chart of a story. (15) Model shapes, charts, and other material from “Chapter 3: Graphics, Charts, and Diagrams.” One way is to modify an existing chart in a drawing file and use it in your article. (15) Demonstrate the use of comparison diagrams, organizational diagrams, and action diagrams. (15) Use the Illustrate command to make a wall chart, poster, or bulletin board. (15) Demonstrate the use of a concept map that explains a topic as a diagram of ideas and related concepts. (15)

Grading

You will have 1:30 per task and are expected to take into account the length and scope of the task, assignments, and implications of content and context. See the rubrics, one for NVivo, one for NVivo Advanced, and one for NVivo Lights.

2 GRADING CATEGORIES:

Visual: Design, Layout and Presentation

Logic, Analysis, and Flow

Overall Quality – how well you meet the assignment’s requirements

Users may choose between Free-Moderated and Open-Moderated grading. See GLA Expectations for details.

You are expected to:

WHEN SUBMITTING FOR OSMOSE V1 MoD, ADD ALL THREE PRINT DIFFERENT COLORS THAT INCLUDE THE KEY. (at least 5 paragraphs are needed, each paragraph should include at least five sentences).

Post your article on GoodReads and link the article via: www.wikispaces.com/

The article needs to be directly attached to your Wikispace page, the article is assessed based on: the language control, the article is up to date (i.e. 2013), the content is covered in depth, the inclusion of research and credible sources (at least 3 credible sources indicated) , citations polished and checked, streamlined writing with coherence within stand alone paragraphs and overall the adherence of the article to academic models of work

, citations polished and checked, streamlined writing with coherence within stand alone paragraphs and overall the adherence of the article to academic models of work The Article needs to satisfy this Rubric attached as a txt

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Write a formal article in English about: “Shops of Visitor Information in Preston, Melbourne” (at least 5 paragraphs are needed, each paragraph should include at least five sentences).

Post your article on GoodReads and link the article via: www.wikispaces.com/

The article needs to be directly attached to your Wikispace page, the article is assessed based on: the language control, the article is up to date (i.e. 2013), the content is covered in depth, the inclusion of research and credible sources (at least 2 credible sources indicated) , citations polished and checked, streamlined writing with coherence within stand alone paragraphs and overall the adherence of the article to academic models of work

, citations polished and checked, streamlined writing with coherence within stand alone paragraphs and overall the adherence of the article to academic models of work The Article needs to satisfy this Rubric attached as a txt

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Write a formal article in English about: “Mary Slessor, a Scottish Missionary and Overseas Volunteer, who did not conform to the established norms of her society” (at least 5 paragraphs are needed, each paragraph should include at least five sentences).

Post your article on GoodReads and link the article via: www.wikispaces.com/

The article needs to be directly attached to your Wikispace page, the article is assessed based on: the language control, the article is up to date (i.e. 2013), the content is covered in depth, the inclusion of research and credible sources (at least 2 credible sources indicated) , citations polished and checked, streamlined writing with coherence within stand alone paragraphs and overall the adherence of the article to academic models of work

, citations polished and checked, streamlined writing with coherence within stand alone paragraphs and overall the adherence of the article to academic models of work The Article needs to satisfy this Rubric attached as a txt

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Write a formal article in English about: “Developments in the use of Rural Media and Social Networking Sites for Crop Development and Responsible Agricultural Practices” (at least 5 paragraphs are needed, each paragraph should include at least five sentences).

Post your article on GoodReads and link the article via: www.wikispaces.com/

The article needs to be directly attached to your Wikispace page, the article is assessed based on: the language control, the article is up to date (i.e. 2013), the content is covered in depth, the inclusion of research and credible sources (at least 2 credible sources indicated) , citations polished and checked, streamlined writing with coherence within stand alone paragraphs and overall the adherence of the article to academic models of work

, citations polished and checked, streamlined writing with coherence within stand alone paragraphs and overall the adherence of the article to academic models of work The Article needs to satisfy this Rubric attached as a txt

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For Juniors (Y7/8) in year 11, Students have time to revise before writing the first formative assessment task in 2nd term.

Junior (Y7/8)

For semester 2, first assignment”

Students will assess their own comprehension of discussion(s) by writing a formal article in English by citing from one of the following texts which can be bought from Amazon or Bakery Books or the library:-

Breakfast with Mister Sparks by Kate Grenville, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0007332450

by

He Died With His Eyes Open by Barry Lopez, http://www.amazon.com/dp/1595560691

by

Orr, op.cit. – John Buxton’s in language assessment, (John Buxton is a native English Instructor at Phoenix English School)

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