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Respond to the prompt and follow these directions carefully.

Discussion Posts have three goals:

1) To have students critically engage central ideas emerging from the course curriculum

2) To provide a brief format whereby students can develop critical writing skills

3) To encourage dialogue with classmates through sharing ideas and reflections from the readings

Every Thursday a question will be announced which students will answer in a discussion post (blog). The discussion posts will be due the following Tuesday by 09:30 AM. Every week students will be assigned to a new group of three students. Students will provide comments to the discussion entries from students in their group. Comments are due every Thursday by 09:30 AM.

Students will upload their discussion posts in two locations:

Canvas

Students should enter their text into two locations: “Assignments” >Discussion (individual) and Discussion (groups). I am asking students to upload their text into two locations, so that I can grade the entry efficiently in Canvas and so that you can dialogue with classmates via the Discussion (groups).

  1. Discussions should be titled “Discussion 2: your name”
  2. Discussions should be marked as “Individual to all students”
  3. Discussions should be spell checked and proofed for readability and grammar.
  4. Discussions should be 250-300 words max (please count the words and list the total under your response)
  5. Discussions should properly cite readings and sources using MLA format. A bibliography is not needed for each discussion entry but if you are citing a source it should citing using MLA parenthetical citations. Details on MLA format can be found here:http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/research/r_mla.html(Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
  6. Discussions are responses to a weekly question posed by the instructor. The Discussion entry should demonstrate your understanding of the applicable readings and/or provide a thoughtful personal reflection on the material. The Discussion entry should have a thesis that guides the entry.
  7. Discussion should directly answer the question posed, utilizing applicable readings from the course to strengthen the argument/thesis.
  8. Discussion can contain personal reflection and experience from the first person perspective. Depending on the question posed it may be necessary to write from your personal experience. The Discussion entry is designed to encourage this form of writing yet the entry should be grounded in the course content from lecture/discussion, readings, films, and other visual aids brought into the course by the instructor.
  9. I will break students up into new groups of three every week. Students will respond to the discussion posts of the two students in their group via the “reply” section of each student’s Discussion entry. The comments for your group will be due every Thursday before class (9:30).

Comments do not need to be uploaded to the Discussion (individual) when submitting the Discussion entry. The details on the due dates for the Discussion post and comments will be provided in the Canvas “Assignment” portal weekly.

Comments should be no more than three to four sentences and should do the following:

1) Provide an affirmation

2) Provide a follow-up question

3) Share how your own answer differed

4) Comments should be brief, thoughtful, considerate, and supportive

Each Discussion entry is worth 4 points. Students will be graded in their discussion post using the following breakdown:

2 points for a thesis and direct answer to the question posed

1 point for good incorporation of the readings/course content into your post 1 points for style (proper citation, grammar, spelling, readability)

1 point for comments back to group member’s

4 Points

The Chicano Movement reflects the Mexican American struggle for civil rights. As we have studied in class, these struggles were very diverse and complex. In your opinion, what struggles led to real “pathways of change”? What other struggles remained unresolved? Use your readings, documentaries or class notes to support your thesis.

Rubric

Blogs (individual)

Blogs (individual)

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThesis statement and direct answer to the question posed

1.0 pts

Full Marks

0.5 pts

Thesis statement needs to be more specific or it’s not clear

0.0 pts

Entry does not meet assignment criteria

1.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGood incorporation of the readings/course content into post

1.0 pts

Full Marks

0.5 pts

References to lectures and other materials; entry does not have quotes

0.0 pts

Entry does not meet assignment criteria

1.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStyle (proper citation, grammar, spelling, readability)

1.0 pts

Full Marks

0.5 pts

Entry has some grammar and spelling mistakes (3 or more)

0.0 pts

Entry does not meet assignment criteria

1.0 pts

Total Points: 3.0







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