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THE ANNOTATION AND THE INDIVIDUAL DEBRIEFING HISTORY PLEASE HELP Social Annotations Instructions and Rubric:

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THIS IS A 2 PART ASSIGNMENT: THE ANNOTATION AND THE INDIVIDUAL DEBRIEFING

PART 1: You and your group members will be reading and annotating an article regarding courtship practices in early America. Your goal is to interact with your group members to analyze the courtship practices over time: look for similarities, differences and possible reasons why changes occurred. You will find the article in your group’s file section. YOU WILL NOT BE SUBMITTING THE ANNOTATIONS, I WILL LOOK AT EACH GROUP’S GOOGLE DOCUMENT TO ASSESS THIS ASSIGNMENT.

PART 2: Individually, you will also be submitting a debriefing discussion covering what you have learned from the article and what you have learned from the social annotation practice. YOUR INDIVIDUAL DEBRIEFING WILL BE SUBMITTED HERE and should be comprised of at least 5 substantive sentences worth up to 10 points.

Social Annotations Instructions and Rubric:

  • Initiates comments on the discourse (not simply replying to the comments of others)
  • Makes comments and replies to others’ comments throughout the text (not only on the first few pages)
  • Poses important questions about the discourses within the text(s)
  • Write comments that fulfill the criteria found in the marking rubric below

0-5: Did not meet any set of requirements

6-10: Minimal Requirements Met

11-15: Sufficient to Good Performance

16-20: Excellent Performance

Only offer a few if any specific details relating to the text or a classmate’s comment(s)

Rarely if ever engage in discussions about the discourse and course concepts, and then only superficially

Rarely if ever make connections between the discourse and course content

Rarely if ever answer questions or respond to perceived misunderstanding, and the in an unhelpful way

Do not provide evidence for agreements or disagreements expressed

Relate to assigned topic

Posts are made within the allotted time frame

Expressed clearly enough to be understood

Directly refer to question or instructions that correspond with the source

Are written in a respectful, academically appropriate tone

Demonstrate a thorough reading of the source

Summaries of posts highlight pertinent details and are informative

Comments and summaries provide enough useful information and insight to the topic being studied

Show evidence of reflection by providing constructive comments and questions to other classmates

Add new or novel ideas and relate them to the source of the class

Show potential for broader applications within course, discipline, or topic

Connect the source to other materials or ideas covered in class

Push the conversation forward and promote continued discussion between students

Rubric

Annotation Assignment

Annotation Assignment

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart 1: Annotations

20 to >15.0 pts

Level 4

Add new or novel ideas and relate them to the source of the class Show potential for broader applications within course, discipline, or topic Connect the source to other materials or ideas covered in class Push the conversation forward and promote continued discussion between students

15 to >10.0 pts

Level 3

Demonstrate a thorough reading of the source Summaries of posts highlight pertinent details and are informative Comments and summaries provide enough useful information and insight to the topic being studied Show evidence of reflection by providing constructive comments and questions to other classmates

10 to >5.0 pts

Level 2

Relate to assigned topic Posts are made within the allotted time frame Expressed clearly enough to be understood Directly refer to question or instructions that correspond with the source Are written in a respectful, academically appropriate tone

5 to >0 pts

Level 1

Only offer a few if any specific details relating to the text or a classmate’s comment(s) Rarely if ever engage in discussions about the discourse and course concepts, and then only superficially Rarely if ever make connections between the discourse and course content Rarely if ever answer questions or respond to perceived misunderstanding, and the in an unhelpful way Do not provide evidence for agreements or disagreements expressed

20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart 2: Individual Debriefing

10 to >8.0 pts

Level 4

Submission includes 5 substantive sentences that detail what was learned from the article and from the annotation exercise.

8 to >6.0 pts

Level 3

Submission includes 5 sentences and discusses what was learned from the article and from the annotation exercise OR Submission includes 5 substantive sentences but only 1 topic discussed

6 to >4.0 pts

Level 2

less than 5 substantive sentences and both topics discussed

4 to >1.0 pts

Level 1

less than 5 sentences and only 1 topic discussed

1 to >0 pts

No Marks

10 pts

Total Points: 30

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