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Final Hybrid Argument Revision Narrative Worksheet

Audience

What were the biggest pieces of feedback you received or discoveries you made about the writing at this point?

What did you do with that feedback? How did you revise your writing to address what you learned at this point?

Feedback from or conversations with instructor

Peer response process

Individual revision process

1. Do you think your local revisions or global revisions were more impactful to creating a better product? Why? In what ways?

2. Was there any significant feedback you received but chose to disregard? Why? (For instance, maybe someone gave you a suggestion for a big change, but that suggestion would’ve taken you further away from a goal you were trying to achieve.)

3. If you could, what would you have done differently during this writing process?

4. What challenged you during this writing process? How did that make you feel, and why? How did you respond?

5. What do you know about your own identity or experiences that helps you understand how this composition process went? How might this reflection help you in future writing situations?

6. What are you proud of from this writing process? How do you feel now that it’s over? Why do you think that is?

Week 8: Writing Process Reflection

Revision Narrative Assignment Sheet and Rubric
After feedback has been received from your peer group and course instructor, you are

responsible for making appropriate changes and reflecting upon these changes from initial draft to

final submitted draft. This assignment is reflective in nature and you are not expected to quote

assigned reading or course content. Instead, think about the assignment holistically and trace

your drafting stages from beginning to final product.

Our personal identities and experiences affect how we view ourselves as writers, and we need a
certain level of self-awareness as writers in order to recognize the power and control we have to
guide how we compose texts. This Revision Narrative Worksheet should help you approach two
outcomes: demonstrating motivated decision-making and revision throughout an ongoing process
of composition and articulating connections between one’s identity and experiences and the
rhetorical choices one makes. As you answer the questions on this worksheet, narrate how your
awareness and decisions changed across the revision process for this project. Notes:

• Be as specific as possible about the realizations and decisions you narrate, but don’t feel
like you have to include every little thing you realized or did.

• The “work on your own” category is where you can describe steps you took to revise
beyond the required steps I ask you to complete. It could include additional exercises you
did on your own outside of class, visits to academic resource centers, things you applied
based on any readings, feedback you solicited from someone outside of class, etc. Either
replace the “work on your own” box with a description of what you did or delete those rows
if you’re not using them.

• To successfully complete this Revision Narrative worksheet, your answers should do the
following:

o demonstrate the use of a variety of revision strategies
o articulate the potential influence or consequences of one’s identity and experiences

as the composer
o reflect on the affective experiences of the composition process

You do not need to integrate all of the suggested changes, but goal of this assignment is to get

you thinking about the writing process at large and consider the steps you take when you revise

your own composition. To receive full credit, review the assignment rubric below and complete the

following revision narrative outline.

Criteria

Below Expectation

(0-9)

Meeting Expectations

(10-17)

Outstanding

(18-25)

Total

Points

Nuts and Bolts

Did student fully complete the revision narrative template meeting a minimum total of

500 words? Did students submit in an acceptable word .doc or .docx format? Did

student demonstrate strong close reading strategies and meaningfully integrate the

suggestions provided from peer and instructor feedback? If feedback was not

integrated, did student discuss those choices?

While this assignment is based on completion, points will be awarded based on the

breadth, quality, and completeness of your reflection.

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Final Hybrid Argument Revision Narrative

Audience

What were the biggest pieces
of feedback you received or
discoveries you made about

the writing at this point?

What did you do with that
feedback? How did you
revise your writing to

address what you learned at
this point?

Feedback from or
conversations with

instructor

Peer response process

Individual revision
process

1. Do you think your local revisions or global revisions were more impactful to
creating a better product? Why? In what ways?

2. Was there any significant feedback you received but chose to disregard? Why? (For
instance, maybe someone gave you a suggestion for a big change, but that
suggestion would’ve taken you further away from a goal you were trying to achieve.)

3. If you could, what would you have done differently during this writing process?

4. What challenged you during this writing process? How did that make you feel, and
why? How did you respond?

5. What do you know about your own identity or experiences that helps you
understand how this composition process went? How might this reflection help you
in future writing situations?

6. What are you proud of from this writing process? How do you feel now that it’s
over? Why do you think that is?