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Core Assessment Paper:

Description of the Core Assessment Instrument: This Core Assessment will be a paper that covers 100% of the Core Learning Outcomes. The Core Assessment in this course will be a case study paper of no fewer than 5 pages and no more than 6 pages, using one of the following chapters from Warfare and Culture in World History: 4 or 8.  The cover sheet does not count as part of the 5-6 pages.  The paper will include a 100- word abstract stating the paper’s thesis and a brief description of the case study plan.  The paper will include analysis and appropriate documentation of at least three sources (encyclopedias and Wikipedia are not appropriate sources), using the documentation stylesheet of the student’s major.  The course contains lots of great sources to use for this, from the main readings and lectures to the bibliographic sources contained in the main readings.  The paper will tie to each of the five course CLOs.  The paper must address a significant contemporary issue of a global nature relevant to the course, will synthesize disparate views, present proper grammar and punctuation, tie to the student’s major and the Liberal Education program.  The paper should synthesize multiple disciplinary perspectives and propose critical and creative responses.  The paper will be due as a Word attachment in the Dropbox by midnight of the last day (Sunday) of week 7.

This assessment is designed to assess primarily Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and will make up 20% of the course grade.

  1. CLO: Analyze the disciplinary content (history) in its own context and in relationship to the issues, questions, and positions of other disciplines (literature, psychology, sociology).  ILO: Analyze the American Civil War and the Great War as watershed moments in regard to both war and culture (military history, literature, psychology, sociology).
  2. CLO: Compare and contrast differences and similarities among the disciplines (history, literature, psychology, sociology) in terms of central concerns, values, methodologies, and relationships to public life.  ILO: Evaluate the American Civil War and the Great War regarding military and political concerns, values, methodologies, and relationships to public life and cultural concerns, values, methodologies, and relationships to public life
  3. CLO: Synthesize diverse perspectives to achieve an interdisciplinary understanding.  ILO: Synthesize historical, literary, psychological, sociological, and political perspectives regarding war and culture, using the American Civil War and the Great War as case studies.
  4. CLO: Analyze the relationships among academic knowledge, professional work, and the responsibilities of local and global citizenship.  ILO: Analyze the relationships among historical, literary, psychological, sociological, and political knowledge, professional work and the responsibilities of local and global citizenship regarding war and culture.
  5. CLO: Evaluate multiple perspectives, modes of inquiry and expression, and processes for decision-making in the disciplines.  ILO: Evaluate perspectives, modes of inquiry and expression, and processes for decision-making in history, literature, sociology, psychology, and politics regarding war and culture.

Core Assessment Paper Rubric: – 100 points total:

Relate to each of the course CLOs: 50 points (10 per CLO – 10 for exceeds expectations; 7 for meets expectations; 5 for does not meet expectations)

Use of course content: 10 points (10 for exceeds expectations; 7 for meets expectations; 5 for does not meet expectations)

Synthesis of disparate views: 10 points (10 for exceeds expectations; 7 for meets expectations; 5 for does not meet expectations)

Address a significant contemporary issue of a global nature relevant to the course: 10 points (10 for exceeds expectations; 7 for meets expectations; 5 for does not meet expectations)

Writing conventions and documentation: grammar, punctuation, documentation: 10 points (10 for exceeds expectations; 7 for meets expectations; 5 for does not meet expectations)

Connect to student’s major: 10 points (10 for exceeds expectations; 7 for meets expectations; 5 for meets expectations)

Steps to complete this assignment:

  1. Select chapter 4 OR 8 from Lee’s book as your case study.  Read it carefully.
  2. Based upon your case study chapter selection, examine the case study through the lens of the CLOs of this course.  Analyze how the case study reflects each of the CLOs.  For example, we have examined the sheer numbers of death in the American Civil War in relation to the CLOs.  We examined the cultural, psychological, and literary aspects of those deaths as stated in CLO.
  3. You should examine your case study through the lens of each CLO.  You should synthesize the disparate views of those involved – historians, civilians, writers, soldiers…  You should address a significant contemporary issue of a global nature relevant to the course.  You should draw connections from the case study to your major, emphasizing the importance of the relationship of war and culture for responsible citizenship at local and global levels. Finally, you should use at least three sources in support of your ideas, documenting them correctly both internally and externally, using your major’s stylesheet.  Ten percent of the grade will address writing conventions – grammar, organization, punctuation.  Please see the scoring rubric for specific details of application of points.
  4. Include a 100-word abstract identifying your case study selection and the case study author’s thesis and main points.  The abstract should be at the front of the paper, on a separate page.  This page does not count as part of the 5-6 pages of your own analysis.
  5. You should upload your case study core assessment paper to the dropbox as a Word attachment by midnight on the last day (Sunday) of week 7.
    • Essaycabinet.com is a company which offers academic support and assistance to students. Our mission is to provide high quality academic services to our clients. This is done through quality writing and consistent follow-up of the students’ instructions. At Essaycabinet.com, we have highly qualified and competent writers to handle any of your projects. Our past quality projects and assignments ideally speak for themselves.

Core Assessment Paper:

Description of the Core Assessment Instrument: This Core Assessment will be a paper that covers 100% of the Core Learning Outcomes. The Core Assessment in this course will be a case study paper of no fewer than 5 pages and no more than 6 pages, using one of the following chapters from Warfare and Culture in World History: 4 or 8.  The cover sheet does not count as part of the 5-6 pages.  The paper will include a 100- word abstract stating the paper’s thesis and a brief description of the case study plan.  The paper will include analysis and appropriate documentation of at least three sources (encyclopedias and Wikipedia are not appropriate sources), using the documentation stylesheet of the student’s major.  The course contains lots of great sources to use for this, from the main readings and lectures to the bibliographic sources contained in the main readings.  The paper will tie to each of the five course CLOs.  The paper must address a significant contemporary issue of a global nature relevant to the course, will synthesize disparate views, present proper grammar and punctuation, tie to the student’s major and the Liberal Education program.  The paper should synthesize multiple disciplinary perspectives and propose critical and creative responses.  The paper will be due as a Word attachment in the Dropbox by midnight of the last day (Sunday) of week 7.

This assessment is designed to assess primarily Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and will make up 20% of the course grade.

  1. CLO: Analyze the disciplinary content (history) in its own context and in relationship to the issues, questions, and positions of other disciplines (literature, psychology, sociology).  ILO: Analyze the American Civil War and the Great War as watershed moments in regard to both war and culture (military history, literature, psychology, sociology).
  2. CLO: Compare and contrast differences and similarities among the disciplines (history, literature, psychology, sociology) in terms of central concerns, values, methodologies, and relationships to public life.  ILO: Evaluate the American Civil War and the Great War regarding military and political concerns, values, methodologies, and relationships to public life and cultural concerns, values, methodologies, and relationships to public life
  3. CLO: Synthesize diverse perspectives to achieve an interdisciplinary understanding.  ILO: Synthesize historical, literary, psychological, sociological, and political perspectives regarding war and culture, using the American Civil War and the Great War as case studies.
  4. CLO: Analyze the relationships among academic knowledge, professional work, and the responsibilities of local and global citizenship.  ILO: Analyze the relationships among historical, literary, psychological, sociological, and political knowledge, professional work and the responsibilities of local and global citizenship regarding war and culture.
  5. CLO: Evaluate multiple perspectives, modes of inquiry and expression, and processes for decision-making in the disciplines.  ILO: Evaluate perspectives, modes of inquiry and expression, and processes for decision-making in history, literature, sociology, psychology, and politics regarding war and culture.

Core Assessment Paper Rubric: – 100 points total:

Relate to each of the course CLOs: 50 points (10 per CLO – 10 for exceeds expectations; 7 for meets expectations; 5 for does not meet expectations)

Use of course content: 10 points (10 for exceeds expectations; 7 for meets expectations; 5 for does not meet expectations)

Synthesis of disparate views: 10 points (10 for exceeds expectations; 7 for meets expectations; 5 for does not meet expectations)

Address a significant contemporary issue of a global nature relevant to the course: 10 points (10 for exceeds expectations; 7 for meets expectations; 5 for does not meet expectations)

Writing conventions and documentation: grammar, punctuation, documentation: 10 points (10 for exceeds expectations; 7 for meets expectations; 5 for does not meet expectations)

Connect to student’s major: 10 points (10 for exceeds expectations; 7 for meets expectations; 5 for meets expectations)

Steps to complete this assignment:

  1. Select chapter 4 OR 8 from Lee’s book as your case study.  Read it carefully.
  2. Based upon your case study chapter selection, examine the case study through the lens of the CLOs of this course.  Analyze how the case study reflects each of the CLOs.  For example, we have examined the sheer numbers of death in the American Civil War in relation to the CLOs.  We examined the cultural, psychological, and literary aspects of those deaths as stated in CLO.
  3. You should examine your case study through the lens of each CLO.  You should synthesize the disparate views of those involved – historians, civilians, writers, soldiers…  You should address a significant contemporary issue of a global nature relevant to the course.  You should draw connections from the case study to your major, emphasizing the importance of the relationship of war and culture for responsible citizenship at local and global levels. Finally, you should use at least three sources in support of your ideas, documenting them correctly both internally and externally, using your major’s stylesheet.  Ten percent of the grade will address writing conventions – grammar, organization, punctuation.  Please see the scoring rubric for specific details of application of points.
  4. Include a 100-word abstract identifying your case study selection and the case study author’s thesis and main points.  The abstract should be at the front of the paper, on a separate page.  This page does not count as part of the 5-6 pages of your own analysis.
  5. You should upload your case study core assessment paper to the dropbox as a Word attachment by midnight on the last day (Sunday) of week 7.
    • Essaycabinet.com is a company which offers academic support and assistance to students. Our mission is to provide high quality academic services to our clients. This is done through quality writing and consistent follow-up of the students’ instructions. At Essaycabinet.com, we have highly qualified and competent writers to handle any of your projects. Our past quality projects and assignments ideally speak for themselves.