Based on our reading on genres for scholarly articles and your rhetorical analysis of the conventions of articles published in your target scholarly journal, revise your project into a scholarly article to fit those conventions. This means that the topic, structure, style, use of secondary and primary research, etc. will be determined by the conventions of this target journal (shaped by the discipline it's part of), which you'll investigate in your Scholarly Journal Analysis report. In workshop drafts and the final draft, your classmates and I will use the article characteristics detailed in your Scholarly Journal Analysis to evaluate/comment on your article.
To document and reflect on this aspect on your revision work, the final draft of your Scholarly Article will be accompanied by 2 paratextual documents:
Formal cover letter for your article submission addressed to the editor(s) of your target journal describing your article's contribution and fit with the journal
Informal reflection on your writing process addressed to me, documenting the revisions you made over the course of the quarter and explaining why you made them in terms of your article's purpose and audience
Can't change a rubric once you've started using it.