PUSHBACK, MEDP 299.47, Fall, 2009 – Part IV

JG: Regarded himself as a proficient writer and his writing talent couldn’t be denied.

PC: Decent writer.

JG: Un-enthused about the class and the assignments. Seriously infatuated with dashes {–} which were subsequently replaced in the editing phase with commas and periods. Evidenced cynicism about peers described in outside-of-class descriptive assignments. Followed the guidelines for what they were worth, as in what he determined they were worth. Could have but didn’t take assignments to another level. Could have aced class. Could have accomplished more if he had stepped outside that smug bubble of his. Final grade, of a decent order, reflected that attitude.

PC: Un-enthused about class and assignments. Could have done much better. Decent final grade.

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