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A minimum of a 1,500/3,000 word response to the questions posed by the assignment

June 8, 2021
Christopher R. Teeple

You must complete TWO Topic Assignmentswithin the course and there are TWO deadlines for submitting the assignment which you must keep to.Each of these essayswill represent 10 % of your final grade for the course. The titles for these essays can be found on each topic webpage.These essays should be a minimum of 1,500 words(6 double-spaced pages, not including references) to answer them comprehensively. Graduate students, those enrolled in 548, should have essays with a minimum of 3,000 words.Deadlines for Submitting Module Essays:
DEADLINE 2. SUNDAY MAY 9 – 11.59pm ETThe deadline to submit (via CANVAS) any ONE topic assignments from Topic Assignment #8 through #12.Each topic assignment deadline will be proceeded by an ‘essay writing week’ wherein student will have an opportunity to meet with the lead instructor to receive a one-on-one tutorial to help improve/edit/perfect their essay.PLEASE NOTE:A student can only schedule a tutorial if they have demonstrated sufficient thought with their essay.PLEASE NOTE: Once the deadline has passed, you will not be able to submit topic assignments through the CANVAS website, and late topic assignments will not receive credit. Submission of Module Essays:
You will submit each module essays on the appropriate page of the ASSIGNMENTS sectionon the CANVAS/ELMSwebsite for this course. The module essays will be submitted via an“MS Word attachment” on the Assignment Page of the CANVAS/ELMS website.Structure of Module Essays:
Each module essay submitted via the CANVAS/ELMS website should include the following elements: Essay Number and “Title” (not included within the 1,500/3,000 word count)
Body of Text: A minimum of a 1,500/3,000 word response to the questions posed by the assignment (structured according to the evaluation criteria outlined below)
A full Reference Listincluding all the works cited (either through direct quotation or paraphrasing) in the body of the assignment. This Reference List should use the format outlined in the Style and Format page of the course website.
Content of Module Essays:
When answering assignments it is fully expected that you will use–and reference accordingly–pertinent concepts and ideas drawn from lectures, readings, and video clips. In addition, you are expected to utilize information relevant concepts and ideas derived from your own research into the assignment topic. For each essay, you also need to use (either through paraphrasing or direct quotation) interpretations, insights, or information from a MINIMUM OF THREE appropriate academic sources (SIX FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS) in addition to those provided on the topic web page. Be sure to review the evaluation criteriafor assignments. On that page you will also find which links to the appropriate academic sourcesyou should use when researching and writing your assignment, and the style and formatguidelines you need to follow when completing assignments. All this information needs to be read, understood, and closely followed for you to succeed in this course.
RubricKNES485 Topic Essay Assignments (1)KNES485 Topic Essay Assignments (1)CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSTYLE: Essay Structure and CompositionThe essay forms a well-written and logically structured essay with clear introduction; sequenced paragraphs; and conclusion This response should include an identifiable: A). Introduction (with a clear thesis sentence/statement of purpose, document map, and summary of conclusion/position on issue B). body of text (series of supporting ideas/evidence) C). and conclusion (brings together your argument and presents a clear position on the issue20 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSTYLE: Correct Spelling and Grammatical StyleThe essay should exhibit correct spelling and grammatical style5 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSTYLE: Citation and ReferencingCorrectly cites (using a mixture of direct quotation and paraphrasing) and references (following the course guidelines) relevant source materials5 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCONTENT: Directly Answers QuestionsRather than simply writing 1500/3000 words on the general topic, the essay should directly answer the question posed10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCONTENT: Narrative Focus and Strength of ArgumentDevelops a logical, coherent, and fully corroborated response to the assignment question posed that accurately uses, interprets, and explains supporting evidence/ideas10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCONTENT: Critical Thinking; Originality; and Practical Applicationdemonstrates critical thinking and analysis; evidence of additional thinking and originality beyond concepts introduced in course material; draws original conclusions/insights through practical application of course material10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCONTENT: Course ConceptsEngages and uses appropriately the relevant concepts, theories, and information drawn from course lectures, readings, and videos using a mixture of direct quotation and paraphrasing20 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCONTENT: Additional ResearchEvidence of additional research, comprising a minimum of THREE/SIX appropriate academic sources (journal articles, book chapters, books, or credible websites) derived from individual research.20 ptsTotal Points: 100

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