Discuss how you went about revising your original essay—the choices you made, the problems you tried to address—in other words, where and why you added new text, where and why you deleted old, where and why you changed existing text.

The word “revision” literally means to “re-see.”  For your Unit IV assignment, therefore, you will be asked to “re-see” and “re-compose” one of your Final Drafts for any of the previous units. You are free to choose any essay/project to revise, but be aware that you are required to do substantial changes for your revision paper. A good rule of thumb might be that you should have at least two pages of new or rewritten text (or the equivalent effort in non-linguistic mediums).

 

 

Accompanying your revision paper will be a 1 to 2 page reflection paper, wherein you discuss how you went about revising your original essay—the choices you made, the problems you tried to address—in other words, where and why you added new text, where and why you deleted old, where and why you changed existing text.

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