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EXTRA CREDIT ONLY with new due date of OCTOBER 30th at 11:59pm. The recorded convocation videos will be added to this assignment post when they become available.

Convocation Letter: Write a two-page to three-page letter with one-inch margins and 12 point font using APA or MLA style citation engaging with the following prompt.

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What?

Write a letter to any speaker you engaged with at the Convocation, or write a letter to a friend or family member about the Convocation.

TO ACCESS AVAILABLE RECORDINGS, PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR A LINK TO THE CONVOCATION AGENDA PAGE <https://web.cvent.com/event/1e878823-186d-45e5-93b7-eb392e35a18c/websitePage:645d57e4-75eb-4769-b2c0-f201a0bfc6ce>
(Links to an external site.)
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AVAILABLE RECORDINGS OF PANEL SESSIONS ARE LINKS IN THE AGENDA ON THIS PAGE, PLEASE SELECT ONE PANELIST FOR YOUR LETTER FROM ONE SESSION IN EITHER THE 2:40-3:30 PM, 2:40-4:30 PM, OR 3:40-4:30 PM TIMES, AVAILABLE RECORDINGS CAN BE WATCHED AT ANY TIME, THOSE TIMES ONLY REFERENCE THE ORIGINAL AGENDA TIMES. DO NOT USE THE OPENING, CLOSING OR EITHER KEYNOTE SPEAKER FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT.

Explain the topic using your own words

Explain how it connects to course material

So What?

Why was this important, useful, and/or helpful to you?

How does it relate to this class?

How do these types of campus-wide events help students?

Which aspects of this event meant something to you personally and why?

Now What?

In order to harvest the benefits of this type of learning it must be now applied in your life. Be sure to include in your letter how this event has affected your outlook if it did, and how this can be applied to your everyday experiences as well as your education.

In other words, what do you want to take away from this event? How can you use that information?

DUE by 11:59 pm on Friday, October 30th 9, 2020, for up to 20 extra credit points

link:https://web.cvent.com/event/1e878823-186d-45e5-93b7-eb392e35a18c/websitePage:645d57e4-75eb-4769-b2c0-f201a0bfc6ce

Rubric
What, So What, Now What Rubric (1)
What, So What, Now What Rubric (1)
Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Purpose and Focus

15.0 pts
Exceptional – The topics are brilliantly worded and articulate. There is great focus to this essay and the writer’s in-depth and sound critical thinking is on full display.

13.0 pts
Great – Topic is strong and skillfully placed, and most or all of the ideas connected to it are sound and logical.

12.0 pts
Satisfactory – Topics needs a little sharpening and/or better placement. There may also be some ideas expressed that need more focus and/or critical thinking. Writer may stray to far off-topic once or twice

10.0 pts
Needs work Topics are vague and not entirely clear, and it might be hard to identify. A fair amount of content strays from the thesis or purpose of the essay and some logical fallacies are present.

8.0 pts
Not Acceptable – Writer has not properly addressed the writing prompt and is not making his or her main point clearly.

0.0 pts
No Credit-Please see me immediately to discuss.

15.0 pts

 

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Support & Evidence

15.0 pts
Exceptional – Support and details and plentiful and are skillfully employed to service the topics.

13.0 pts
Great – Support is sufficient but might need to more effectively relate to the topics on occasion.

12.0 pts
Satisfactory -There is adequate support and evidence here, but more of it is needed to substantiate the topics.

11.0 pts
Needs work – There is barely enough solid support or evidence to substantiate the topics.

8.0 pts
Not Acceptable – There is insufficient or irrelevant support or evidence here. A major revision of the text’s body paragraphs is needed.

0.0 pts
No Credit-Please see me immediately to discuss.

15.0 pts

 

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Analysis & Synthesis

20.0 pts
Exceptional – Ideas are explained, contextualized, and elaborated upon with great depth and clarity.

18.0 pts
Great – One or two points could be explained or elaborated upon more effectively.

16.0 pts
Satisfactory – There is enough context and explanation for the points being made, but more are needed

15.0 pts
Needs Work – Very little explanation, context, or elaboration are provided for the points being made. The author needs to “say more”.

10.0 pts
Not acceptable – There is not an acceptable level of analysis or synthesis in this text. A major revision is needed.

0.0 pts
No Credit-Please see me immediately to discuss.

20.0 pts

 

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Structure & Organization

15.0 pts
Exceptional – The text moves fluidly from point to point. Paragraphs arrange ideas in a way that is sound and organic.

13.0 pts
Great – The paragraphs are well organized and are largely connected by effective transitions. However, one or two paragraphs may need break up or expansion.

11.0 pts
Satisfactory – Organized, but a bit choppy at times. One or two paragraphs may lack a clear topic sentence. Some paragraphs may need to be expanded or broken up into smaller ones.

10.0 pts
Needs Work – The sequence of ideas is scattered and random. Transitions are needed to connect the ideas more fluidly. General paragraph structure may also need serious revision.

8.0 pts
Not Acceptable – There is no cohesion or connectivity between the ideas presented in the text. Paragraphs are disorganized and often lack topic sentences.

0.0 pts
No Credit-Please see me immediately to discuss.

15.0 pts

 

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Voice

10.0 pts
Exceptional – Writer demonstrates facility and style with prose whilst maintaining an academic or scholarly tone. Appropriate point of view are employed and first or second person are avoided.

9.0 pts
Great – The writer uses words and phrases that effectively convey the ideas expressed in the text. There may be an occasional passage that could use more sophisticated or audience-appropriate language. A lapse into first person voice may also throw things off.

8.0 pts
Satisfactory – The writer needs to stretch out with more sophisticated wording or phrasing. Use of first or second person or language that is too informal for the purposes of the essay may also be prevalent.

7.0 pts
Needs Work – The writer is using wording or phrasing that is not fitting for a college level paper.

0.0 pts
No Credit – Please see me immediately to discuss

10.0 pts

 

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Convention

15.0 pts
Exceptional – Grammar, mechanics, spelling, punctuation, and essay formatting are free of errors.

13.0 pts
Great – The essay is largely free of grammatical or formatting errors save for one or two that could easily be corrected with one more careful proofread.

11.0 pts
Passing – Though the ideas in this text are largely comprehensible, numerous errors in grammar, mechanics, and formatting are a major distraction and/or occasionally compromise the clarity of the prose.

11.0 pts
Satisfactory – The writer largely avoids serious grammar or formatting errors but a few recurring error patterns that are common in emerging college-level essay-writers are present.

8.0 pts
Needs Work – There are some serious writing deficits on display here. The writer needs to address these areas in which he or she is struggling. It is recommended that he or she consult a writing handbook frequently and seek help from the Writing Center or other academic support resources.

0.0 pts
No Credit – Please see me immediately to discuss

15.0 pts

 

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Citation & Source Integration

10.0 pts
Required number of sources is cited correctly and sources are fluidly woven into text. In-text citations are complete and formatted correctly. The Works Cited page (if required) is on its own separate page and formatted correctly.

8.0 pts
The required number of sources is cited correctly. A few errors that are common with less seasoned research writers may be present. One or two in-text citations could use more context or synthesis. Works Cited page may have a few formatting errors.

7.0 pts
Sources are employed but required amount of them is not here or improperly cited. Citations are not adequately synthesized and may be “air-dropped” into the text. Numerous formatting errors in the in-text citations and Works Cited page are present.

0.0 pts
No Credit – No Sources cited or used. Please see me immediately to discuss.

0.0 pts
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10.0 pts

 

Total Points: 100.0

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