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UNV 103 Week 6 Understanding a GCU Assignment Worksheet PLEASE DOWNLOAD HEREUnderstanding a GCU Assignment WorksheetAssignment Background:It is important to read through all components of an assignment in the GCUclassroom so that you are aware of its requirements and the expectations of yourinstructor. Look for the following cues:· What is the objective of the assignment?· What are the elements of the assignment?· How will the assignment be graded?· What are other considerations for completing the assignment well?The purpose of this worksheet is to guide you in “decoding” any GCUassignment.Assignment Instructions:Review the module objectives, assignment instructions, and the moduleresources, for completing the following sample assignment. Then, answer thequestions regarding the assignment that follow.Module and Assignment Information Found in the Syllabus:Assignment TitleWorldview Puzzle Essay: Putting the Pieces TogetherObjectives· Discuss the concept of a worldview.· Describe how faith contributes to worldview.Assignment Instructions
1) Identify the three components/puzzle pieces that you believe are most criticalto the formation of a worldview. Refer to the Cosgrove text to help identify thesecomponents.2) After considering these components, write an essay of 500-750 words thatexplains how these components/puzzle pieces fit together to form a coherentworldview. How does faith contribute to this worldview?3) Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the GCU StyleGuide, located in the Student Success Center.4) This assignment uses a grading rubric. Instructors will be using the rubric tograde the assignment; therefore, students should review the rubric prior tobeginning the assignment to become familiar with the assignment criteria andexpectations for successful completion of the assignmentThe Module Readings and Resources:Readings· Read Introduction and chapters 1, 2, 3, and 6 (pp. 13-42 and 64-74) in thetextbook, Foundations of Christian Thought: Faith, Learning, and the ChristianWorldview.· Lecture: What is a Worldview? How is a Christian Worldview Distinctive?Rubric for Module 2 Assignment in CWV-101:Criteria% Value1: Satisfactory2: Somewhat Satisfactory3: Satisfactory4: Good5: Excellent% Scaling0%25%
75%85%100%Identifies and Describes Critical Components in Formation of a Worldview35%Not completed.Somewhat complete; not all components identified.All components listed, but not well described.All components listed, The description is comprehensive.All components listed, The description is clear and concise. It Includes someelaboration.Describes How Faith Contributes to One’s Worldview35%Not completed.Description weakly relates faith and one’s worldview.Description is okay, but the contribution of faith to worldview is weak.Description is strong, and the contribution of faith to worldview is good, No realworld examples to clarify writer’s point of view.Description is strong, and the contribution of faith to worldview is excellent. Usesgood examples to clarify writer’s point of view.Explains How the Components Fit Together25%Not completed.Does not adequately compare components.Explanation is adequate but specific component attributes not well addressed.The explanation is comprehensive and all components are specifically addressed.
The explanation is clear and concise. The connection among the components isclear.Mechanics of Writing(spelling, punctuation, grammar, etc)5%Not completed.Multiple grammar and spelling errors.Some mechanical errors or typos are present, Correct sentence structure andaudience-appropriate language.Largely free of mechanical errors, although uses a variety of sentence structuresand effective figures of speech.Writer is clearly in command of standard, written academic English.How do the objectives assist you in completing the assignment? What do youneed to do for this assignment? How will you plan the time needed to work on theassignment? Will it be necessary to use the GCU library? What resources areprovided for you? How will the instructor determine your grade for theassignment? What is not clear to you about the assignment and how will youobtain more information? How can the rubric help you meet the instructor’sexpectation for the assignment?