the romero paper - Be sure to write from a scholarly, etic...

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Romero Here’s the big question, the main subject of your paper: What similarities do you see between the story of Romero and the early history (first five centuries) of Christianity? This will require you to identify both themes from the film – not just particular problems – and themes from the first five centuries of Christianity. If you need help recalling events or details from the film, try this website: “Romero” on Summarize the film only when necessary. The real work of your paper will consist of identifying releveant themes of the film and early Christian history, and then making a connection between those themes that your reader can follow.
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Unformatted text preview: Be sure to write from a scholarly, etic perspective; your religious beliefs should not be visible through your writing. Grading Just like the Gandhi papers, these papers will be graded on five components: ideas, organization, support, style, and mechanics. For each component, you will be awarded between zero and five points. The points correspond to the letter grades F-A, with 1 being an F and 5 being an A. For further details, refer to the grade correspondence chart or the handout, Grading Papers. Please remember the addendum to the grading system: a score of 1 or less on ideas will limit your paper grade to a 68....
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