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The purpose with this paper is to move beyond writing to learn. Now, the goal is to state clearly the complicated nature of a different perspective. With this three-page paper, you are to argue what effects grades have from teachers’ perspectives.
Of course, before you can begin writing, you must learn the nature of a different perspective. So, you must do what any self-learner does: research. This required act of researching is why you will read sources provided by me, and it is why you will read sources evaluated and discovered by you. It is also the reason (one of the reasons) you will walk in the shoes – so to speak – of the other perspective by grading papers – all of which is part of research.
However, before you can begin researching, you must have questions to answer through that research. For example, do grades really help teachers teach? To generate your own questions, pay close attention while you are engaged in class activities and while you are reading the arguments you find before you.
Since you are not an expert at grading, you must use these sources to help you get your points across clearly. In fact, you must use three different sources and incorporate them by way of MLA style and by practicing the art of “framing” quotes as (will be) taught in class. You can use these sources to argue against, and/or you can use these sources to help support your claims. Remember, all of the content covered in class will be expected to be practiced by you. This means you will be evaluated on “red paint,” the practice of a thorough writing process, following the rule of “one job per paragraph,” structuring beginnings and endings, following MLA formatting including in-text citations, and “framing quotes,” to name some. For the others, please look closely at the writing rubric posted under our intro module.