social construction of gender and sexuality

 
   

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Please write a one page essay on one aspect of the the material

Questions that can guide entries include: What are the aspects of the course material with which you agree? Explain your position. What are the aspects of the course material with which you disagree? Explain your position. How does the material relate to the current situation of women? How does the material relate to your personal life? What are some applications of the material to the real-world?

The most developed entries take a position on issues important to students based on readings, class lectures and discussions, and/or personal experiences. Low scoring essays just review the material. This is not the intention of the assignment; instead digest and respond to the material in a structured way.

Rubric for Reflection Paper

CriteriaRatings

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Taking a Position Excellent

Shows deep understanding of the issue and articulates a clear position on it; relevant, expands conversationGood

Shows good understanding of the issue and develops a position on it; Relevant to courseFair

Shows limited understanding of the issue and undeveloped position on it; Tangentially relevant to courseUnacceptable

Shows little to no understanding of the issue and no clear position on it; Random, irrelevant, or otherwise inappropriate

No Marks

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Written Connections to Course Content Excellent

Specific references to course readings, discussions, or lectures; meaningful connections or critiques grounded in content analysisGood

Adequate attempt to connect material to course content; connection explainedFair

Cursory attempt to connect material to course content; basic connection and/or poorly explainedUnacceptable

No attempt to connect material to course content

No Marks

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Grammar, Style, Presentation Excellent

Cogent persuasive writing; no discernible errorsGood

Effective writing with minimal errorsFair

Non-effective writing with significant errorsUnacceptable

Errors make reading impossible

No Marks