WPA Outcomes and 8 habits of Mind

a. Explain which terms and concepts from the bullet points under each WPA Outcome section (Rhetorical Knowledge; Critical Thinking, Reading, and Composing; Processes; and Knowledge of Conventions) are familiar, which are new, and which you might find confusing. Describe how you have used any of these ideas, practices, and skills in your writing previously, either in other classes or in other contexts, providing specific examples (see above).
b. Choose 1-2 bullet points under each section in the WPA Outcomes (specifically under Rhetorical Knowledge: Critical Thinking, Reading, and Composing; Processes: and Knowledge of Conventions) that you feel most confident in. Briefly explain why you feel strong in these areas, providing examples from other writing situations where you excelled in these areas (see above for examples).
c. Choose 1-2 bullet points under each section in the WPA Outcomes you feel you will need to work on the most. Briefly explain why you need to improve in these areas, and provide specific examples from past writing situations that will serve as evidence to support your claims.
2.Habits of Mind (HoM). curiosity, openness, engagement, creativity, persistence, responsibility, flexibility and metacognition
a. Choose 2-3 HoM that you feel most confident in. Providing specific examples from previous writing situations and experiences, explain why you identify these HoM as strength areas for you.
b. Choose 2-3 HoM that you feel most challenged by (or that you think you need the most practice in). Providing specific examples from previous writing situations, explain why you identity these HoM as writing challenge areas for you.
c. Think about and explain what specific HoM you will most need to draw on in order to improve in the WPA Outcomes you identified as needing the most work.
3.Theory of writing. Describe how you view yourself as a writer and how you feel about writing, including specific examples from previous composing you have done to support your claims. What are your goals for improving as a rhetorical writer? Explain any other activities, practices, or s to reach these goals.