(168386865) SyllabusREL212Spring2014.pdf

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Subject to Change This course syllabus is subject to change as determined by the course instructor. If changes are needed, an addendum to the syllabus will be provided to each student and implementation of changes will be set forth at date that addendum is issued. Appendix – Test substitution options. Service Project Option 1. You may conduct 3 hours of community service in lieu of a test grade. 2. You may only use this option one time during the semester. 3. Grading for this option a. Completion of project itself-50 points b. Turning in form-25 points. c. Reflection paper-25 points. 4. Requirements P a g e | 8
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a. Fill out the verification form, including having it signed by a representative of the organization you are conducting the service attesting that you indeed did conduct the 3 hours of service. b. This does not have to be religious or church affiliated type of service; work with some kind of community service organization, civic group, or other such group is acceptable. Example service projects-Crop Walk, Agents of Grace, Diabetes Walk, work with youth organizations, volunteer work with community service organization, community service work through a religious organization or church. Separation of church and state requires that this be work for the benefit of the community at large-that is-work that benefits a specific community of faith is not acceptable for this option- For example, singing in the choir or teaching Sunday School in your faith community would not be acceptable. c. You must submit a 3-page paper stating how you see this work relating to a specific New Testament theme. d. Paper requirements 1. Must be typed and double-spaced. 2. Should be correct in spelling, grammar, sentence structure, and similar issues. Mistakes of this type will deduct 1 point each from your grade. 3. You must explain how this project relates to a specific New Testament theme, and you must back this up in your paper. You may include direct quotations from the New Testament; you must also include support from outside the New Testament, such as commentary from books by New Testament scholars, writers, scholarly journals, and online sources. You must have a minimum of 3 such outside sources and must include at least 1 book and one scholarly article, and as part of your paper you must provide the bibliographic information about this source cited in MLA format. This information should be listed on a separate page-in other words your paper will be at least 4 pages. Paper and form will be due at the time of the test for which you wish to substitute this activity. Research Paper Option NOTE-You cannot use your textbook as a source! In lieu of a test, you may submit a research paper on a theme or topic related to the unit for that test. You may only use this option 1 time during the semester. Requirements Paper must be at least 5 pages, typed and double-spaced. P a g e | 9
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Paper must be correct in grammar, syntax, sentence structure, use of punctuation, and similar issues.
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