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This project gives you a chance to research a social issue of your choice and showcase what you learn in the way you best see fit. In other words…

For your final portfolio you must include:
___ Five pieces of writing each written in a different genre chosen from the list of genres provided or a pre-approved genre of your own ___ At least one genre from the list of traditional genres and one genre from the list of non-traditional genres. ___ A brief explanation of the specific purpose and audience for each genre and why you chose to include it in your portfolio ___ A title page and table of contents outlining the different genres you chose to include 

Your research and the

This project is up to you!
After determining a specific topic and researching that topic with a specific purpose in mind, you will create a portfolio that contains a collection of writings, each demonstrating, in a creative way, all you have learned throughout your process of inquiry. Each piece of writing you create will be based on its own genre that is determined by your specific purpose and audience.

genres you choose to reflect your findings should be developed with a specific purpose in mind. Take a stance on your topic!  Choose your genres wisely! Each genre should offer new information or a different perspective of your topic  Keep in mind your final product! The portfolio should be professional and creative, reflecting

Each piece must: 
Be developed from at least one different source. You may use a source more than once, but you must use at

At the end of this project, you will have an original portfolio

After completing your portfolio, you will showcase what you have learned to a significant other of your choice in a low-stakes, informal meeting. This meeting gives you an authentic audience to keep in mind when choosing your genres and allows you to