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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Karolann Jenkins on Sunday September 6, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to UGS 303 at University of Texas at Austin taught by Paul Woodruff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 157 views. For similar materials see /class/181553/ugs-303-university-of-texas-at-austin in Undergraduate Studies at University of Texas at Austin.

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Date Created: 09/06/15
The Art of Giving Gems SelfAssessment and ULS Assignments Due May 4 2012 You may turn these in together on the last day of class In sum they will supply 15 of your grade Use our standard format for submission GEM Visit the Blanton Museum the HRC or some other special amenity of the University such as a lab or concert hall Find out a what is special about it and b to what extent it depends on philanthropy Write a onepage essay summing up your results Purpose So that you are aware of at least one gem on campusiand at the same time that you expand your understanding of the value of philanthropy ULS Attend a lecture or performance at or near the University In a onepage essay tell me what the value of this event was and in what ways the event depended on philanthropy Purpose So that you see how much you can learn outside the formal classroom on this campusiand at the same time that you expand your understanding of the value of philanthropy Self assessmentIn a twopage essay answer the following questions 1 After reviewing your entries to the blogs do you think the quality of your arguments has improved or stayed the same Give an example of an argument you made that you think is compelling with the date you made the entry 2 After reviewing your three papers for the course do you think you have improved your writing through the process of discussion and revision Try to formulate one lesson you have learned in the course about effective writing 3 Think back over your performance in discussion and debateiand about what you have seen in the performances of others Have you learned anything helpful about oral performanceiabout what helps or hurts Try to say what it is


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