social construction of gender and sexuality

Please write a one page essay on one aspect of the the material

Questions that can guide entries include:

  • What are the aspects of the course material with which you agree? Explain your position.
  • What are the aspects of the course material with which you disagree? Explain your position.
  • How does the material relate to the current situation of women?
  • How does the material relate to your personal life?
  • What are some applications of the material to the real-world?

The most developed entries take a position on issues important to students based on readings, class lectures and discussions, and/or personal experiences. Low scoring essays just review the material. This is not the intention of the assignment; instead digest and respond to the material in a structured way.

Rubric for Reflection Paper

Criteria Ratings

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTaking a Position

Excellent

Shows deep understanding of the issue and articulates a clear position on it; relevant, expands conversation

Good

Shows good understanding of the issue and develops a position on it; Relevant to course

Fair

Shows limited understanding of the issue and undeveloped position on it; Tangentially relevant to course

Unacceptable

Shows little to no understanding of the issue and no clear position on it; Random, irrelevant, or otherwise inappropriate

No Marks

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWritten Connections to Course Content

Excellent

Specific references to course readings, discussions, or lectures; meaningful connections or critiques grounded in content analysis

Good

Adequate attempt to connect material to course content; connection explained

Fair

Cursory attempt to connect material to course content; basic connection and/or poorly explained

Unacceptable

No attempt to connect material to course content

No Marks

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGrammar, Style, Presentation

Excellent

Cogent persuasive writing; no discernible errors

Good

Effective writing with minimal errors

Fair

Non-effective writing with significant errors

Unacceptable

Errors make reading impossible

No Marks