Portfolio II is just like portfolio I, with the following exceptions (I strongly suggest you re-read the portfolio I description, as it may have changed):
Error types include: IBE, asymmetries, theories failing the criteria for good
theories (only one instance of this should be used), all the pitfalls of statistical
data, sharpening and leveling & related, inaccurate social support, problems
with fully-controlled and statistical studies, self-handicapping (you need to
explain *why* these and related kinds of examples are errors by reference to
other categories - that is, 'self-handicapping' isn't a reasoning error itself,
but it is problematic because it relies on other reasoning errors: you have
to state the errors it relies on and explain how they introduce problems), etc.
Here are some examples.
Note on avoidance of academic offenses:
All students registered in the courses of the Faculty of arts are expected to know what constitutes an academic offense, to avoid committing academic offenses, and to take responsibility for their academic actions. When the commission of an offense is established, it will be acknowledged by disciplinary penalties. For information on categories of offenses and types of penalties, students are directed to consult the summary of Policy #71 (Student Academic Discipline) which is supplied in the Undergraduate Calendar (p. 1:11). (see here for more info)