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  1. 1. Taylor’s University FNBE - English 1 (ENGL 0105) 1 | P a g eP a g e | 1 of 4 SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, BUILDING & DESIGN Foundation in Natural and Built Environment (FNBE) Effective Public Communication [COM 30103] Assignment: e-Portfolio Assignment Individual work. Students to reflect on the learning process for all graded assignments. LO As per stated in the module 10% Online reflective journal Week 18 Portfolio submission INTRODUCTION e-Portfolio is an online compilation of documents that is flexible and is based on evidences of which students are directly involved in a continuous reflection process towards their own learning, the progress of their achievement on knowledge, technical and generic skills as well as their personal, academic and career development planning. Additionally, it allows showing people your reflective capacity, telling people your current status and future plan. Letting people know you are a lifelong learner. "We do not learn from experiences; we learn from reflecting on our experiences." -- John Dewey, 1933 Referencing: All persons, books and other sources of information are to be referenced in accordance with the APA Style. OBJECTIVES OF E-PORTFOLIO The objectives of this project are as follows:  To reflect on all learning outcomes and Taylor’s Graduate Capabilities for this module.
  2. 2. Taylor’s University FNBE - English 1 (ENGL 0105) 2 | P a g eP a g e | 2 of 4 LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THIS REPORT  To demonstrate the ability to reflect on your work.  To communicate the relevant ideas in a clear, logical and appropriate academic English.  To share your educational experiences.  To create a dynamic resume. TASKS - METHODOLOGY Your tasks are as follows: a) Prepare a reflective entry for each graded assignment by answering the following questions i. Aims and accomplishments. Do you know the intended learning outcomes (ILOs) of each assignment? Can you identify the right attitude and practical ways to achieve these outcomes/goals? At the end of your semester, summarize what outcomes you have achieved. ii. Reflection: Having completed the module, what are your overall reflections? Have you identified your strengths and weaknesses? Which learning strategies have been proved effective? What areas can be further improved? b) Provide a brief description for about 300 to 350 words to explain your academic journey this semester. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENT  Upload photos or other appropriate media and write-up on a blog.  Font Arial 12  Appendix (if any).  References. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA The assessment for this assignment will be based on:  Your demonstrated understanding of the brief.  The content of the write-up—strength of central idea and relevance to the question.  Clear and coherent organization of ideas and argument.  Ability to use scholarly references to support arguments and ideas.  Grammar and mechanics.
  3. 3. Taylor’s University FNBE - English 1 (ENGL 0105) 3 | P a g eP a g e | 3 of 4 MARKING CRITERIA A Generic Rubric for Evaluating ePortfolios Exemplary Proficient Partially Proficient Incomplete Criterion: Selection of artifacts and written communication 3 points All artifacts and work samples are clearly and directly related to the purpose of the e-portfolio. All of the components demonstrate the use of clear, well organized, and accurate written communication. 2 points Most artifacts and work samples are related to the purpose of the e-portfolio. There are only one or two occurrences of unorganized, inaccurate, or difficult to interpret written information. 1 point Few artifacts and work samples are related to the purpose of the e-portfolio. There are three or four occurrences of unorganized, inaccurate, or difficult to interpret written information. 0 points Most artifacts and work samples are unrelated to the purpose of the e-portfolio. There are more than four instances of unorganized, inaccurate, or difficult to interpret written information. Criterion: Reflections 3 points All reflections clearly identify and describe professional growth goals for lifelong learning and are constructive in nature. 2 points Most of the reflections identify and describe professional growth goals for lifelong learning and are constructive in nature. 1 point A few reflections identify and describe professional growth goals for lifelong learning and these are constructive in nature. 0 points No reflections identify and describe professional growth goals for lifelong learning. Criterion: Use of Multimedia 3 points All of the multimedia enhance the purpose of the e-portfolio, create interest, and are appropriate. The content of the e-portfolio is enhanced in an original way. All of the examples are appropriate for the chosen purpose. 2 points Most of the multimedia enhance the purpose of the e-portfolio, create interest, and are generally appropriate. The content of the e-portfolio is enhanced somewhat in an original way. 1 point A few of the multimedia enhance the purpose of the e-portfolio, create interest, and are sometimes appropriate. The content of the e-portfolio is not always enhanced because of the inappropriate examples chosen for the purpose. 0 points The photographs, graphics, sounds, and/or videos are inappropriate. They are distracting and detract from the content. Criterion: Captions 3 points Each artifact is accompanied by a caption that clearly explains the importance of that particular work including title, author, and date. 2 points Most of the artifacts are accompanied by a caption that clearly explains the importance of that particular work including title, author, and date. 1 point Some of the artifacts are accompanied by a caption that clearly explains the importance of that particular work including title, author, and date. 0 points None of the artifacts are accompanied by a caption that clearly explains the importance of that particular work including title, author, and date. Criterion: Ease of Navigation 3 points All of the portfolio navigation links and all sections (standards, artifacts, and reflections) connect back to the Home page and all external links connect to the appropriate website. 2 points Most of the portfolio navigation links and most sections (standards, artifacts, and reflections) connect back to the Home page. Most of the external links connect to the appropriate website. 1 point Some of the portfolio navigation links and some sections (standards, artifacts, and reflections) connect back to the Home page, but sometimes the links do not connect to preceding pages or to the original Home page. Some of the external links connect to the appropriate website. 0 points There are significant problems with portfolio navigation links and many sections (standards, artifacts, and reflections) do not connect back to the Home page or preceding pages. Many external links do not connect to the appropriate website. Criterion: Layout and Text Elements 3 points The e-portfolio is easy to read. Fonts, point size, bullets, italics, bold, and indentations for headings 2 points The e-portfolio is generally easy to read. Fonts, point size, bullets, italics, bold, and indentations for headings 1 point The e-portfolio is often difficult to read. Fonts, point size, bullets, italics, bold, and indentations for headings 0 points The e-portfolio is difficult to read. Fonts, point size, bullets, italics, bold, and indentations for headings
  4. 4. Taylor’s University FNBE - English 1 (ENGL 0105) 4 | P a g eP a g e | 4 of 4 and sub-headings enhance the presentation. Horizontal and vertical white space is always used appropriately. Background and colours enhance the readability and aesthetic quality of the text. and sub-headings enhance the presentation. A few minor format changes would enhance the presentation. Horizontal and vertical white space is used appropriately in most places. Background and colours generally enhance the readability of the text. and sub-headings do not always enhance the presentation. Some formatting tools are under or over-utilized. Horizontal and vertical white space is used inappropriately in some places. Background and colours are distracting in some places. They diminish somewhat the readability of the text. and sub-headings do not enhance the presentation. Many formatting tools are under or over-utilized. Horizontal and vertical white space is used inappropriately so that the content appears cluttered. Background and colours are distracting. They diminish the readability of the text. Criterion: Writing Mechanics 3 points There are no errors in grammar, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. 2 points There are a few errors in grammar, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. These require minor editing and revision. 1 point There are 4 or more errors in grammar, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling requiring editing and revision. 0 points The text has more than 6 errors in grammar, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. It requires major editing and revision. Adapted and used with permission from Joan M. Vandervelde (2004). Source: http://www.danwilton.com/eportfolios/rubric.php SUGGESTED REFERENCES ePortfolio.org (2012). Use ePortfolio to achieve your goals. Retrieved on 22nd September,2012. Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium (CDLC). Available at http://www.eportfolio.org/ Nadarajan,S. (2008). Undergraduate Language Teaching. The E-Portfolio Way. Paper presentation at the National Student’s Development and Educational Conference (Nasdec ‘ 08), at University Teknologi Malaysia on 22nd October,2008. Available at http://kk1.um.edu.my/Student%20Development%20Journal%20on%20web/Shanthi%20Nadarajan_Und ergaduate%20Language%20Teaching%20The%20E-Portfolio%20Way.pdf

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