There are many heuristics out in the world today…for Writing 501, I have my own heuristic in mind for the assignments scheduled for this semester…

  • The “Big Fish”
  1. The main idea should flow throughout the project.
  2. Students should analyze, and “think outside the box.”
  • Research
  1. Detail and evidence that support should be included.
  2. Multimedia should be included within the project.
  3. Citing research is mandatory.
  • Content
  1. The project should be have good form.
  2. Not too many punctuation errors.
  3. The reader should understand the project from beginning to end.
  • Creativity
  1. The project should include original ideas.
  2. Multimedia should connect to the project, and all its content.
  3. The multimedia and content should flow, but be creative.

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