typer Visual Communicator
Journal
Typer

Introduction

I've always liked journals as a way to:

Task
Once you have finished reading a section in Visual Communicator, I would like you to create a journal on the different sections that you have read.  The journal will be looked at and graded, and you will be able to use it when we have a quiz.

Process:

As you read the Visual Communicator, tutorials, remember what you feel is important about that tutorial.  Once you have finished reading the section, then open Word.  Create a Journal, and write a paragraph about what is important about that tutorial.  Then go on to the next one.

Example

Tutorial 1: Making a Show Based on a Topic

This is my paragraph about what happened and what I learned in this tutorial.  Once I've finished, then I read the next one.  As you can see the only thing I am puting in this paragraph is what I consider important.  Not anyone else, so I can refer to it in the future.  This is my journal and it is important to me.  

Tutorial 2: Making a Show Based on a Style
Evaluation:

Your supervisor has the time table when the documents need to be complete.

Exceptional
50
Well Done
40
Good
35
Incomplete
Below 30

All Tutorials done with a thoughtful paragraph. 18 of 20 Tutorials done, with a thoughtful paragraph. 15 of 17 Tutorials done, with a thoughtful paragraph. Less than 14 Tutorials done, with a thoughtful paragraph.

Conclusion:

Computers allow us to make journals that we can review in the future, something that is important to us.  It also allows us to concentrate on what we feel is important so that we do not have to try and remember everything.

Prepared 8 Jan 07 :  Updated As Required