Homework Guidelines

Homework Guidelines - 5 HWs are scored on a scale of 5 A...

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Homework Guidelines 1. Use the following heading in the UPPER RIGHT of the paper: NAME Discussion Section # (NOT your lecture section #) Assignment # (i.e. Discussion Assignment #1 or Lecture Assignment #1) 2. Put your name on both pages – especially important if you forget to staple your HW together before you come to class. I do not have a stapler. 3. HW should be NO LONGER than 2 pages regardless of the assignment. It can be single or double-spaced. 4. When answering the questions, use the terms/theories/concepts from the chapter in your answer and apply them correctly. This is especially true for Questions for Critical Thinking but terms are also relevant to Ethical Dilemma questions.
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Unformatted text preview: 5. HWs are scored on a scale of 5. A complete answer correctly utilizes the terms from the chapter in your assignment. Here’s an idea of the grading of HW: a. 5 out of 5 – exceptional use of terms & good insights or personal reflections b. 4.5 out of 5 – good use of terms and correctly applying to the situation c. 4 out of 5 – adequate use of terms and correctly apply to the situation d. 3.5 out of 5 – minimal use of terms, incorrect application e. 3 out of 5 – no use of terms 6. I’m happy to answer any questions about the HW before you turn it in. We will briefly review HW assignments in lab the day they are due. (Easy way to participate!)...
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