declaration human rightsindexhtm l 5 Human Dignity

Declaration human rightsindexhtm l 5 human dignity

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l 5. Human Dignity: Historical Issues and Contemporary Challenges Complete activities in Section 6 of Module 2 (Human Dignity) and Sections 7 and 8 of Module 3 (Principles of Advocacy) prior to lesson 3 Lesson 3: December 2 6. Human Dignity: Professional Practice 7. Principles of Advocacy: Subsidiarity and Solidarity 8. Case Studies of Advocacy * ‘For Those Who Have Come Across the Seas’: Justice for Refugees and Asylum Complete activities in Section 9 of Module 3 (Principles of Advocacy) prior to your final face-to- face class Lesson 4: December 6 9. Everything is Connected: Care for Our Common Home * Pope Francis. (2015). Laudato Si’: On Care for Our Common Home [Encyclical]. 10. Unit “wrap-up”. Q & A for assessments 2 & 3. ASSESSMENT STRATEGY AND RATIONALE
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Page 6 The assessment tasks for this unit are designed for you to demonstrate your achievement of each learning outcome Assessment will focus on demonstration of ‘deep’ learning, where students will develop an argument about the topic they choose from the list provided in the Unit Outline. In order to pass this unit, you are required to achieve a final grade of 50% or better as an aggregate score of all points from assessment tasks completed in this unit. The assessment tasks for this unit are designed for you to demonstrate your achievement of each learning outcome. If your final grade is between 45 and 49%, you may be eligible for a supplementary assessment to provide you with another opportunity to pass the unit. . Assessment tasks Due date Weighting (%) Learning outcome/s assessed Graduate Attributes assessed 1. Assessment Task 1 Poster December 4, 10pm, 20% 1 2,7,8,9,10 2. Assessment Task 2 Opinion Editorial 700 words December 18,10pm 30% 1,2 1,2,4,5,7,9 3. Assessment Task 3 Written paper 1200 words January 28, 10pm 50% 1,2,3 2,3,6,7,8,9 Word limits Students may exceed the word limit on assessments by 10% without penalty. However, the marking penalty for exceeding the word limit by more than 10% will be calculated in this way: 5% of the total available marks for the assessment will be deducted from the student’s mark for each further 10% by which the number of words in the student’s assessment exceeds the limit. The marking rubrics for the assessments are included on pages 13-18. Assessment 1 Description: prepare an A3 Digital Poster that describes how public, private, not-for-profit agencies and/or faith-based groups, and you, as a professional, can result in the realization of a more just global community. Choose one of the organisations or agencies from the list below . Rotary (causes include health, education, economies, malnutrition, sanitation etc.) Global Giving (causes include health, education, environment, technology, legal protection, job skills, children) NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council)
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Page 7 World Food Program Global Exploration for Educators Organization (education, arts and culture, “international understanding” etc.) Journeys in Education Inc. (Causes: arts and culture, cultural and ethnic Awareness, performing arts, etc.): focus on global awareness and understanding
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