Note: This is the second part that connects to the assignment of “Illness in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era”
Guidelines from History professor to write an Ungrading Essay:
– This is your ungrading opportunity. Draft an essay about your work to date by looking at those “Ungrading Questions” I posted in the Announcements section of the Canvas classroom (I will provide writers with my log-in ID). You will NOT answer all of those questions. Rather, those questions are there to get you thinking about your time in the class to date. If you’d like, feel free to answer one or as many as you’d like. But you may also write your own self-reflection.
– Reflect on the whole class. What were the three most important things you learned? Why were they the most important?”
– Pick 3 things you learned and tell me WHY they are the most important things you’ve learned. I can’t say how long the second essay will be because I do not know how much you’ve learned. Some of you have learned more than others. If all you write is 2-3 paragraphs, you are clearly telling me that you did not learn that much. Now, if you write 2-3 pages, you are demonstrating you have learned more.
– Then, end this essay with your grade to date. Of course, the essay is the evidence as to the grade you have arrived at. Then I will tweak that grade based on my observations to date.
In my opinion, I deserve a B for this American History class. You can see my attached essay below for my understanding of the material that I learn from this class. I cannot think of any specific struggles yet.
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