As you know, much of your grade for "Community Involvement" comes from the advocacy and support of your peers. Now is the time for you to spend a few moments advocating on their behalf.
I am sending you a Community Involvement Advocacy Form a week before your community involvement advocacy is due. This form will be arrive in your email in the form of a link. Once you click on the link you will arrive at the form which will look like an online survey. This form includes the names of all the students in the class and a box below where you can advocate for them.
There is a roster in your google folder that includes the names of all the members of the class along with their pictures. If you need help remembering a name, you should check that roster.
As you advocate for your peers, you may type in anything that you would want to about the members in the class. You do NOT have to write about everyone (please don't), but you MUST write about yourself.
Here's an example:
Sheila PetermanDon't forget to think about in-class conversation groups. (Maybe you've even jotted down reminders in your class notes? Like I asked you to do? Please consult those reminders if so.)
Sheila always seems to have done the reading before class, because the questions she asks seem to be informed. I have also appreciated the examples she gave on the day we talked about informative speaking. I worked in two small groups with her, and she subtly kept the group "on task" the whole time.
Andrew Rudd (me)
I have been going over my notes with my roomate Sean and I listened to Tammie's speech the night before she gave it. Even though I don't say very much in front of the whole class, when we work in groups, I try to be a leader by making suggestions and connecting people's ideas to the ideas from the book.
See the course calendar to recall the due date for your community involvement. If you do not complete a community involvement advocacy sheet, your own community involvement grade (assigned by me) will automatically be reduced by 20%.