Assessment Criteria for SEA Studies 2013

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This document is created to be used in an on-line teaching course of Southeast Asian Studies. This course is offered only to a group of wonderful students of Lodi High School, Wisconsin, USA.

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Assessment Criteria for SEA Studies 2013

  1. 1. Assessment Your grade will be assessed according to the following: 1. Assignments and unit quizzes 35% 2. Research Project (Trip to SEA) 15% (see Rubrics) 3. Research Project (US foreign policy on SEA) 15% (see Rubrics) 4. Participation Grade/ Attitudes 15% (see Rubrics) 5. Final Exam 20% Rubrics for Class Participation Your participation grade/attitudes will be evaluated according to the following points: 1. Response to questions and offering ideas and comments 2. Enthusiasm in learning and participation in class activities 3. Punctuality in handing in homework. 4. Attending classes on a regular basis 5. Greeting with beautiful manner and attitude Criteria Almost always (A) Frequently (B) Occasionally (C) Seldom (D) Almost never (F) Response to questions and offering ideas and comments Enthusiasm in learning and participation in class activities Punctuality in handing in homework Showing up to class on time Greeting with beautiful manner and attitude
  2. 2. Assessment for Research Project “Planning a Trip to Southeast Asian Countries” The assessment of this research project will be divided into two parts: your traveling plan to SEA countries (60%), and your presentation quality (40%) 1. Traveling Plan (60%) For your traveling plan, you will be evaluated throughout the course of 7 weeks using ‘Working Process Rubrics’ which includes the following points 1. Participating in research activity in the computer lab 2. Presenting ideas and counseling with KruTukeon a research time in the computer lab every (usually Friday). 3. Writing a journal that covers all of the following points 1. Detail information of your plan (different points for each week) 2. Reasons for your decision (cost and/or time constraint, personal interests, limited alternatives, etc.) 3. A list of least 4 sources for your citation 4. Emailing your journal to KruTuke (tuke.ingkhaninan@gmail.com) and Mr. Massey by 8 pm on the following Sunday. 2. Presentation (40%) Your presentation will be evaluated using ‘Rubrics for Presentation” provided.

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