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Class Assignment / Rubric

  • All sources are correctly cited, and includes an appropriate range of relevant sources.
  • Notecards about the sources are well organized, and identifies key points both in the author's quote and assignment.
  • Notecards show a grasp of the author's meaning and/or have thoughtful questions.
  • Outline's topic demonstrates original thinking, is well organized, and is relevant to the assignment.

Sharing your project with your teacher

Video length: 1:43 minutes

NoodleTools user guide: Sharing projects with your teacher


Writing for the Future students:

Teacher's Dropbox name is WFTF Period # Day # [Mrs. Seymour]  HINT: just start typing wftf and a list of all class sections will populate.


Type in your first AND last name in the "Your Name" section

Ignore share Google Docs

Click on the "Share Project" button


For students who want assistance from Mrs. Seymour:

Teacher's Dropbox name is "Seymour - Library" HINT: start typing Seymour or library.

Please send me an email letting me know you shared your project. Thanks.



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