Report purpose: to communicate clearly, concisely, and concretely the content and method of teaching in each of three courses you are currently taking (do not report on English 1010), using the analysis of one class session per course as the basis of your report.
- The basic structure of the report should be similar to that required for the report on belonging and to that of the textbook models—especially the student essay at the beginning of the chapter 9 and the lab report (ch. 14).
- The report should be formatted in a way that maximizes clarity and concision, as modeled and discussed for the “Belonging” report.
- The report should include the following for each course:IMPORTANT: THE FOLLOWING LIST DOES NOT FOLLOW A LOGICAL ORDER; IT IS UP TO YOU TO DECIDE THE MOST LOGICAL ORDER FOR PRESENTING THE INFORMATION
- Title of the course’s unit being covered the week of reporting,
- Specific sub-topics covered in the class session that you are reporting on
- Name of course,
- Specific example(s) of what was communicated about each sub-topic,
- Homework assigned for the week,
- Specific topics covered in the class session that you are reporting on,
- Approximate number of hours needed to satisfactorily complete the assignment(s),
- Factors contributing to your performance in the first few weeks of this course,
- Background info concerning the course: purpose, credit hours, location, time, approximate number of students in the class you attend,
- Methods use by the teacher in presenting the course material,
- Purpose of the course.
- The report should conclude with a discussion of what your analysis indicates about academics at MTSU and what may help students if they decide to enroll in this or another university.