Session III: Personal Projects & Elective Reading
Intro to all options

•45% of total grade for the module for project
Intro to all options

•45% of total grade for the module for project
•(Choice decides your elective reading)
Intro to all options

•45% of total grade for the module for project
•Choice decides your elective reading
•20-20 hours an...
Intro to all options

•45% of total grade for the module for project
•Choice decides your elective reading
•20-20 hours an...
Intro to all options

•45% of total grade for the module for project
•Choice decides your elective reading
•20-20 hours an...
Intro to all options

•45% of total grade for the module for project
•Choice decides your elective reading
•20-20 hours an...
Intro to all options

•45% of total grade for the module for project
•Choice decides your elective reading
•20-20 hours an...
Grading Recap
 Grade C
 -	 You gave some information about your reading that showed you read the texts
 -	 You demonstrate...
Option 1: Topic Specialization

•Research a specific interest further
Option 1: Topic Specialization

•Research a specific interest further

•E.g: Postmodernity, emerging church, mission, socia...
Option 1: Suggested Method

•Intro & Method Outline (500 words)
Option 1: Suggested Method

•Intro & Method Outline (500 words)
•Specialization Research (1,750 words)
Option 1: Suggested Method

•Intro & Method Outline (500 words)
•Specialization Research (1,750)
•Conclusion (250)
Option 1: Suggested Method

•Intro & Method Outline (500 words)
•Specialization Research (1,750)
•Conclusion (250)
•Append...
Option 1: Suggested Method

•Intro & Method Outline (500 words)
•Specialization Research (1,750)
•Conclusion (250)
•Append...
Option 1: Suggested Method

•You may use your own method
•But must cover these elements
Option 2: Personal Ministry Reflection

•Current ministry focus
Option 2: Personal Ministry Reflection

•Current ministry focus
•Future ministry focus
Option 2: Suggested Method

•Introduction (500 words)
Option 2: Suggested Method

•Introduction (500 words)
•Learning Summary (750 words)
Option 2: Suggested Method

•Introduction (500 words)
•Learning Summary (750 words)
•Ecclesiological Rationale (750 words)
Option 2: Suggested Method

•Introduction (500 words)
•Learning Summary (750 words)
•Ecclesiological Rationale (750 words)...
Option 2: Suggested Method

•Introduction (500 words)
•Learning Summary (750 words)
•Ecclesiological Rationale (750 words)...
Option 2: Suggested Method

•Introduction (500 words)
•Learning Summary (750 words)
•Ecclesiological Rationale (750 words)...
Option 3: Assigned general reading

•Set reading by me
Option 3: Assigned general reading

•Set reading by me
•Method: Similar to option 1
Option 4: Interview Project

•Ethnographic & Practical Theology
Option 4: Interview Project

•Ethnographic & Practical Theology
•Locate people: churched, de-churched, un-churched
Option 4: Interview Project

•Ethnographic & Practical Theology
•Locate people: churched, de-churched, un-churched
•Interv...
Option 4: Interview Project

•Ethnographic & Practical Theology
•Locate people: churched, de-churched, un-churched
•Interv...
Grading for Project

• Similar to reading, for A, B & C


• Covered all methodological issues
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  • - Explain grading
    - Connect to assigned reading, and explain how set and my comments to them etc
    - Basis for asking questions about grades, will push you back to Rubric and syllabus
    - put this in your postings and project method
    - I don’t/can’t post response to every post..compared to normal class assignments, which would be a summary
    - You can ask questions about ideas/concepts anytime


  • 1.Introduction & Methodology Outline: A brief introduction to your paper, the specialisation topic, issue/s you are going to address, and an outline of the rest of the method of your paper. In other words, what you are going to do and why.

    Provide a summary with citations to the key concepts and ideas that have impacted you the most in this module, and led you to your area of specialisation.
    (500 words)

  • 1.Specialisation research: Provide a learning summary and synopsis from your elective reading, and detail what you have learned and what key questions remain for you as a result.

  • 1.Conclusion: This is a summary, re-stating the key findings from your specialisation topic research and the implications for your current and future church ministry contexts.
    (250 Words)

  • 1.Appendices: Any supporting documents, interviews, stories, and materials you want to add in support of your paper.

  • 1.Bibliography: A detailed bibliography conforming to the GFU Turabian style requirements. A Bibliography should include the books you have been required to read, elected to read, and that have been cited in your paper.

  • - You can use use your own method
    - But is must cover all these elements
  • You may wish to focus your project on a current ministry context and problem and how you see that being changed over the next few years by applying your learnings from this module.
    You may wish to take on a specific issue and explore it in depth, or take several and show how they are connected.


  • You may wish to write about a completely different context to the one you are currently in that you wish to find yourself in by 2015.

  • 1.Introduction: A brief introduction to your paper, the ministry context and issue/s you are going to address, and an outline of the rest of the method of your paper. In other words, what you are going to do and why.
    (500 words)

  • 1.Learning Summary: Provide a summary with citations to the key concepts and ideas that have impacted you the most in this module.
    (750 words)


  • 1.Ecclesiological Rationale: Describe the ministry context you wish to address, its issues, and how they connect to your previous learning summary.


  • 1.Conclusion: This is a summary, re-stating how the future ministry context would be shaped in practice in direct consequence to the things you have learned in this module.

  • 1.Appendices: Any supporting documents, interviews, stories, and materials you want to add in support of your paper.

  • 1.Bibliography: A detailed bibliography conforming to the GFU Turabian style requirements. A Bibliography should include the books you have been required to read, elected to read, and that have been cited in your paper.

  • This project is an opportunity to have your reading and research after the face-to-face set and guided directly by your course professor.

  • You write a paper based on the assigned reading and connect it to the elective reading



  • - Write up interviews and connect with elective reading
    - Method: intro, interviews

  • Session Iii Personal Project & Elective Reading

    1. 1. Session III: Personal Projects & Elective Reading
    2. 2. Intro to all options •45% of total grade for the module for project
    3. 3. Intro to all options •45% of total grade for the module for project •(Choice decides your elective reading)
    4. 4. Intro to all options •45% of total grade for the module for project •Choice decides your elective reading •20-20 hours and 2,500 to 5,000 words
    5. 5. Intro to all options •45% of total grade for the module for project •Choice decides your elective reading •20-20 hours and 2,500 to 5,000 words •Academic: method, formating etc
    6. 6. Intro to all options •45% of total grade for the module for project •Choice decides your elective reading •20-20 hours and 2,500 to 5,000 words •Academic: method, formating etc •Choose your option just before or at F2F
    7. 7. Intro to all options •45% of total grade for the module for project •Choice decides your elective reading •20-20 hours and 2,500 to 5,000 words •Academic: method, formating etc •Choose at F2F your option •Select/Confirm reading during F2F and next week
    8. 8. Intro to all options •45% of total grade for the module for project •Choice decides your elective reading •20-20 hours and 2,500 to 5,000 words •Academic: method, formating etc •Choose at F2F your option •Select reading during F2F and next week •Grading Rubrics: A, B, C
    9. 9. Grading Recap Grade C - You gave some information about your reading that showed you read the texts - You demonstrated a general connection of your personal reflections to the assigned texts, and your elective reading. - You demonstrated some understanding and application of the issues involved to your specialization topic for this project option Grade B - You gave detailed information and summaries about your reading that showed you read the texts thoroughly - You demonstrated a good connection of your elective reading to the previous assigned texts, and your personal project focus, with several references between all the texts - You showed a good level of understanding of the issues/themes involved Grade A - You gave comprehensive information and summaries about your reading that demonstrated a high level of understanding of the texts - You demonstrated a thorough connection from your elective reading to the assigned texts, with citations and references between the two - You referenced other readings/sources outside the assigned and elective texts to support your ideas, and/or to refute the texts and it’s ideas - You connected the reading to yourself and your project specialization topic comprehensively
    10. 10. Option 1: Topic Specialization •Research a specific interest further
    11. 11. Option 1: Topic Specialization •Research a specific interest further •E.g: Postmodernity, emerging church, mission, social justice, secularism, consumerism, church leadership etc.
    12. 12. Option 1: Suggested Method •Intro & Method Outline (500 words)
    13. 13. Option 1: Suggested Method •Intro & Method Outline (500 words) •Specialization Research (1,750 words)
    14. 14. Option 1: Suggested Method •Intro & Method Outline (500 words) •Specialization Research (1,750) •Conclusion (250)
    15. 15. Option 1: Suggested Method •Intro & Method Outline (500 words) •Specialization Research (1,750) •Conclusion (250) •Appendices
    16. 16. Option 1: Suggested Method •Intro & Method Outline (500 words) •Specialization Research (1,750) •Conclusion (250) •Appendices •Bibliography
    17. 17. Option 1: Suggested Method •You may use your own method •But must cover these elements
    18. 18. Option 2: Personal Ministry Reflection •Current ministry focus
    19. 19. Option 2: Personal Ministry Reflection •Current ministry focus •Future ministry focus
    20. 20. Option 2: Suggested Method •Introduction (500 words)
    21. 21. Option 2: Suggested Method •Introduction (500 words) •Learning Summary (750 words)
    22. 22. Option 2: Suggested Method •Introduction (500 words) •Learning Summary (750 words) •Ecclesiological Rationale (750 words)
    23. 23. Option 2: Suggested Method •Introduction (500 words) •Learning Summary (750 words) •Ecclesiological Rationale (750 words) •Conclusion (500)
    24. 24. Option 2: Suggested Method •Introduction (500 words) •Learning Summary (750 words) •Ecclesiological Rationale (750 words) •Conclusion (500) •Appendices
    25. 25. Option 2: Suggested Method •Introduction (500 words) •Learning Summary (750 words) •Ecclesiological Rationale (750 words) •Conclusion (500) •Appendices •Bibliography
    26. 26. Option 3: Assigned general reading •Set reading by me
    27. 27. Option 3: Assigned general reading •Set reading by me •Method: Similar to option 1
    28. 28. Option 4: Interview Project •Ethnographic & Practical Theology
    29. 29. Option 4: Interview Project •Ethnographic & Practical Theology •Locate people: churched, de-churched, un-churched
    30. 30. Option 4: Interview Project •Ethnographic & Practical Theology •Locate people: churched, de-churched, un-churched •Interview them
    31. 31. Option 4: Interview Project •Ethnographic & Practical Theology •Locate people: churched, de-churched, un-churched •Interview them •Paper: method in resource section •Intro, Interview, Reading, Connections, Conclusion
    32. 32. Grading for Project • Similar to reading, for A, B & C • Covered all methodological issues

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