How to prepare your composition portfolio and apply A successful application to the USF composition program includes the following three steps: Application to the University 2. Application to the School of Music 3. Composition Portfolio Submission applicants are advised to complete the above three steps by December 1 graduate applicants or December 15 undergraduate applicants.
The Final Another part of this website is the Final, which, like the midterm, has four sections: Here is the introduction into this part of the website: This part is a portfolio of my work by the end of the semester in English This brief decsription is to help your understanding, and it is brief because I don't want to overwrite and confuse you or anything.
The first section consists of my best two blogs done in the second half of the semester from my blog.
The first blog post I chose is about how to write a rhetorical analysis based on the reading for class from the book, How to Write Anything.
I like this blog because I related the topic of rhetorical analysis to when I was learning it in my AP English class and having trouble with understanding what being rhetorical meant.
I use a personal connection to the topic, for the viewer to see that it is a difficult topic but I am here to help their understanding. I am informal, friendly, and personable, which helps make a connection with the reader of this blog.
I then give an overall example of what I talked about audience and subject matter of wiritng a paper about saving the rainforest for your professor, and how it should be like, and what not to do, to further enhance learning. I am basically teaching the reader how to write a rhetorical analysis, which shows my understanding of the subject, providing examples, support from the book reading such as when I talk about the three appealsand personal experiences of having difficulties with writing rhetorically.
I am very proud of myself for giving advice, such as how this is useful in writing a persuasive argument, and that I was able to provide so many examples that, unlike my AP English teacher, as mentioned in the blog, people will understand rhetoric.
I also mention human nature, and how we are thinking beings, which is why these three appeals logos, ethos, pathos affect us.
With the second blog, it is the same thing. I am talking to the reader as if having a conversation with them. I am personable, putting my own opinion and instances of writing difficulties into the blog.
I teach them something in a friendly manner, perhaps even making them laugh at me, lightening the mood, to make it less of a how-to-do-essay, but a more engaging read.
This second blog is about the parts of an essay: I go step by step, explaining what each one is, what it should include, and why. I am proud of this blog because I do not over explain, for the first time in what seems like my blog history.
I keep it short and sweet, which was the goal to do, as stated in the first paragraph.
Although the blog itself is long, and I apologize for that, it could have been a lot worse when talking about so many things in an essay.
I explain each component and then mention what I do, giving an example of how, say, to start an introduction, or why I like using transitions, hoping others will follow and improve their essay writing by taking my advice or following my exmaple. I also chose this blog because I include extra resources in the form of links for my readers to do further research and see more examples and gain more understanding if my blog doesn't cut it for them, or if they are just interested in finding more information on the subject.
I am proud of these blogs because I worked hard on them, and they show a clear understanding of what I have learned through readings. The second section are in-class writings. We were giving only a few minutes to write these, and for me, time writing is still a weakness.
It is hard to think of something to say, and then write it in a professional, or acceptable manner. The first in-class writing is about summarizing Taylor Swift's new album, Speak Now, in three sentences.
I like this in-class writing the best because it is a really good summary, and as we all know by know, writing length limits are my weakness. So, being able to meet and not exceed the limit, while being a time, is a huge accomplishment.
This also goes with the second in-class writing I chose, which is about critiquing Speak Now in four sentences.
Writing a summary and critique of an album is really hard to do because you want to say so much about every song, analyzing everything, mentioning which song is about what, the style of music, and anything else you can think of, but you can't have all of that when given a limit of three or four sentences.
This is why I am so proud of these writings. I get what is needed to be said down, and ignore the needless details. I have learned that the goal with limits like this is to get a basic understanding written down, and if you have extra room, support that understanding using a quote from source you are talking about, in my case it would be a quote from either Taylor Swift or one of her songs.
The third and fourth section are projects, rather, essays. The first essay is an ad analysis where we have I had to choose an advertisment and write an analysis on it.
I chose the Nissian LEAF commercial where a polar bear travels to give a man who dirves an eco-friendly, all electric, car, making the statement that Nissan is moving towards the future and saving the planet.Music Composition - Questions about Portfolio, Resume, Repertoire Xylophilia Registered User Posts: 29 New Member November edited November in .
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