23 CPAssignment

23 CPAssignment - D&C325,Section14,Winter2011...

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Lisa Tait, instructor ‘Connection Points’ Project Assignment Project at a Glance Length: 3 Connection Points  Format: Explained Below Due: Sign up for one of the following: Points: 75 Jan 26, Feb 23, Mar 21, Apr 11 Description of Assignment This project will engages you deeply, thoughtfully, and broadly with one of the revelations we have  studied. Connection Points are places in the text that invite you to look outward—either to get more  information and context, to make connections with other texts, or to apply something from the text in  the everyday world. By identifying and presenting Connection Points you will deepen your  understanding of the revelation and bring it to life in broader contexts.  I encourage you to be creative and use artistic and visual elements in your project. If you are not sure  whether something you want to do will work, ask me.  For this assignment you will identify and present  three  Connection Points for  one  of the revelations we  have read. The Connection Points can be personal, historical, factual, visual, artistic, contextual— almost anything that illuminates the revelation  in a meaningful way . They don’t all have to be related  to each other, but they do need to relate back to the same Section. The common denominator is that  they relate back to a specific aspect of the text. They also don’t have to be long or elaborate. Simple and  concise will be best. There is a list of possibilities below. You are not limited to these; be creative!  Requirements Most people will use PowerPoint or Word to create their projects. Each Point should consist of one  carefully constructed page or slide. The only major limitation is that each Connection Point must  consist of something that can be presented in this format. For each Point, you will need to make two  choices:  what  to present and  how  to present it. The finished project should be something that another  classmate (or professor!) could pick up and thumb through, coming away with a greater appreciation  for the text you have chosen. Whatever electronic program you use to create your project, you will turn  in a printed version. Remember that there are low-tech alternatives for creating your visuals.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course REL C 325 taught by Professor Propezzi during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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