Intro to Creative Writing
Final E-Portfolio Assignment
Use your current blog site or create a new, free, website using one of the following:
New Google sites https://sites.google.com/new
Your final portfolio, in electronic form, should include (at minimum) the following. You will want to create pages and/or sections for the different required parts of the portfolio; think about layout and organization; spend some time adding, revising, and manipulating content in the electronic form. You can add, embellish, expand, and include more content or additional elements as you like:
- A welcome/home page that introduces the reader to your site.
- An about/bio page that tells the reader something about you.
- Your 3 Blog Response/Reflections written over the course of the semester, revised to fix grammar and punctuation and other textual issues.
- 3-4 or more revised and polished poems, revised to fix grammar and punctuation and other textual issues.
- 1-2 or more revised fiction stories, revised to fix grammar and punctuation and other textual issues.
- Your “What is a Word Worth” final creative essay, revised to fix grammar and punctuation and other textual issues. (optional: add an additional creative essay if you have one.)
- Poetry Portfolio Reflection
- Fiction Portfolio Reflection
- Final Reflection (4-5 comprehensive paragraphs) that discusses your writing process, learning, and accomplishments over the course of the semester, and that discusses some of the reading and writing assignments that have been helpful in your own development and practice as a writer. Be specific, thoughtful, and comprehensive.
- 2-3 (or more) elements of additional media (video, visuals, graphics, links, etc.). You can get these from the internet (and include a citation of the source for each) or scan or take photos of work done by hand or from some other place and upload as images to your site. Be creative; you can do what you like here to make your portfolio stand out and be a creative presentation of your writing and imagining.