Outline and Rubric Evaluation (Essay Sample)
it for for Liberty University University 104 class. OUTLINE AND RUBRIC EVALUATION INSTRUCTIONS ASSIGNMENT OBJECTIVES • To develop an outline. Outline will contain an intro, thesis statement, three study strategies (main points), sub-points, and a conclusion with two new strategies to try. • To evaluate your own work using a grading rubric. • To successfully submit a .pdf document and a shareable link. IMPORTANT NOTES • Complete this assignment using Microsoft Word ONLINE. You have access to Office 365 for free through the IT help desk and that is what you must use to complete this assignment. • The tutorial presentations in the Week 2 Reading and Study will teach you how to set up Office 365, utilize OneDrive, and create the shareable link that you will need to submit. • Complete the textbook reading for the week and review the presentations in the Reading & Study folder of Module/Week 2. (Syllabus MLO: B and Module 2 LOs: 1, 2, 3) PART 1: THE OUTLINE • Think about what study strategies have worked for you in the past and which ones have not. • Narrow your choices to three specific study strategies to use as your main points. Examples would include flashcards, mnemonic devices, and reading aloud. Avoid broad topics such as test-taking skills or pre-reading strategies. • Utilize the outline template on the next page to create your outline. Your outline can be more detailed than the one above and outline points and sub-points can consist of a phrase, sentence, quote, or reference; however, do not write full paragraphs. Be sure to erase any instructional text and insert your own content. • For instruction on how to create a strong, effective thesis statement, review this resource: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/545/01/. In particular, look at the example of an expository thesis statement. PART 2: THE RUBRIC • Use the rubric to evaluate your work. • Complete the “Points Earned” column for each section. Be honest! • Provide an explanation for points deducted and insights into what you did well. • Note: If you don’t like your score, fix the outline and try again! PART 3: SUBMISSION • Save your outline and completed rubric as ONE .PDF file. • Open the assignment link and attach the .pdf file. • Create a shareable link and copy and paste the link into the “Comments” textbox located right beneath where you attach the PDF file. Submit the assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 2. STUDY STRATEGIES OUTLINE I. Introduction A. Gain the reader’s attention with an story, anecdote, quotation B. Give details about previous experience. What strategies have/have not worked? C. Thesis statement – A one-sentence preview of your three strategies. II. Body – In this section, outline 3 specific study/learning strategies that you have successfully used. The supporting evidence will be how you used the strategy and how/why it worked for you. A. Successful study strategy #1 1. Supporting evidence – How have you used this strategy? 2. Supporting evidence – How/why did it work for you? B. Successful study strategy #2 1. Supporting evidence – How have you used this strategy? 2. Supporting evidence – How/why did it work for you? C. Successful study strategy #3 1. Supporting evidence – How have you used this strategy? 2. Supporting evidence – How/why did it work for you? III. Conclusion A. Final thoughts on study strategies B. Conclusions you have drawn from your readings and experience C. New strategies to try 1. New strategy #1 2. New strategy #2 source..