CS 428 Your-Choice Individual Assignment

Description

Consider the class themes that we have discussed and will consider. Please see the page of Topic and Learning Outcomes for a guide.

You may choose to write 750 words (± 10%) about your chosen topic, but you are welcome to consider other forms of deliverable that are more meaningful to you.

You submission should include between 2 and 4 external references ( NOT wikipedia ).

This is an INDIVIDUAL assignment.

Submission

Upload your document to URcourses.

Rubric (7.5 marks total)

Criterion and Weight (E)xcellent (3/3) (S)atisfactory (2/3) (P)oor (1/3) (U)nacceptable (0/3)
1. Intellectual Engagement with Key Theme-Related Concepts (4.0) Demonstrates engagement with the important issues raised in class or class-related material (3/3) Makes some reference to issues raised in class or class-related material (2/3) Makes little reference to issues raised in class or class-related material (1/3) Makes no reference to issues raised in class or class-related material (0/3)
2. Personal Response to Key Theme-Related Concepts (2.5) Extensive evidence of a personal response to the issues raised in class or class-related material that demonstrates your growth (3/3) Some evidence of a personal response to the issues/concepts raised in class or class-related material (2/3) Little evidence of a personal response to the issues/concepts raised in class or class-related material (1/3) No personal response is made to the issues/concepts raised in class or class-related material (0/3)
3. Engaging Presentation (1.0) Shows a good command of Standard English. No problems for your audience. Presentation cites sources appropriately (3/3) Demonstrates evidence of correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Audience will have little trouble with presentation. Presentation cites some sources appropriately (2/3) Shows some evidence of correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Audience will have some trouble with presentation. Presentation cites only some sources somewhat appropriately (1/3) Incorrect grammar and spelling are apparent throughout, making it difficult for others to follow. Presentation does not cite any sources appropriately (0/3)