the History of Interpretation essay which includes one on one interaction with

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the History of Interpretation essay, which includes one-on-one interaction with the professor. These methods follow the Writing Across the Curriculum initiative. Ability to research and convey that research in written form will be assessed as part of the Argumentative essay and the History of Interpretation Essay. These learning objectives fulfill our University Explorations Program requirements and demand that students apply skills in critical thinking and employ the values of integrity , and excellence . Core Value: Excellence: Saint Leo University is an educational enterprise. All of us, individually and collectively, work hard to ensure that our students develop the character, learn the skills, and assimilate the knowledge essential to become morally responsible leaders. The success of our University depends upon a conscientious commitment to our mission, vision, and goals. Integrity : The commitment of Saint Leo University to excellence demands that its members live its mission and deliver on its promise. The faculty, staff, and students pledge to be honest, just, and consistent in word and deed.
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Evaluation: Argument Summary Papers 25% Final Argumentative Essay 25% History of Interpretation Paper 40% Class Participation 10% TOTAL 100% Grading Scale w/Descriptors Letter and Title 4pt scale Percent scale Description A Exceptional 4.00 94-100 “A” work addresses the topic with an interesting thesis which is argued coherently and without irrelevant material. It has no errors in grammar or diction, though it may have occasional typos. A- Superior 3.67 90-93 B+ Excellent 3.33 87-89 “B” work addresses the topic, has a clear thesis which can be argued appropriately in the given assignment, provides and discusses relevant material, and does not include irrelevant material. It has few errors in diction and grammar, all of which are “typos” and not systemic mistakes. B Very Good 3.00 84-86 B- Good 2.67 80-83 C+ Above Average 2.33 77-79 “C” work addresses the topic, has a thesis, and provides relevant material, but may also include irrelevant material. It has some errors in diction and grammar. C Average 2.00 74-76 C- Below Average 1.67 70-73 D+ Marginal 1.33 67-69 “D” work mentions the topic, but fails to provide or discuss relevant material. It has frequent errors in diction and grammar. D Poor 1.00 60-66 F Failure 0.00 <60 “F” work fails to address the assignment Weekly Argument Summary Papers – 25% The weekly argument summary papers are due every Sunday evening. They will summarize select readings from that module as indicated in the module directions. The final weekly argument summary paper will not address the readings for the course, but instead will address the student’s writing process for the history of interpretation paper. This final summary paper is the embedded UE assessment.
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