hum101 portfolio project

I had chose to do my Portfolio project on the high cost of education and attached my word document below. Please feel free to change any of the information and organize it as you see fit. I have already turned in the word document and received an 80%. Like I said this professor is pretty tough and grades really hard. Needs to be completed by 6th July / 7pm.

Options #1 and #2: Revised Topic and Outline

Overview
HUM 101 requires a Final Portfolio Project. This project will focus on an issue (social, professional, or personal) that you wish to investigate critically.

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Please read the full Portfolio Project description and grading rubric, which you can access in Module 8.
This is the second milestone assignment that counts toward the completion of the Portfolio Project.

In this Portfolio Milestone, you will submit your revised topic and a first outline of your Final Portfolio.

Directions:

assessed.

Rubric

HUM101 Mod 4 PM

HUM101 Mod 4 PM

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Requirements

10.0 to >8.0 pts Meets Expectation

Includes all of the required components, as specified in the assignment.

8.0 to >6.0 pts Approaches Expectation

Includes most of the required components, as specified in the assignment.

6.0 to >4.0 pts Below Expectation

Includes some of the required components, as specified in the assignment.

4.0 to >0 pts Limited Evidence

Includes few of the required components, as specified in the assignment.

10.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Content

10.0 to >8.0 pts Meets Expectation

Demonstrates strong or adequate knowledge of the materials; correctly represents knowledge from the readings and sources.

8.0 to >6.0 pts Approaches Expectation

Some significant but not major errors or omissions in demonstration of knowledge.

6.0 to >4.0 pts Below Expectation

Major errors or omissions in demonstration of knowledge.

4.0 to >0 pts Limited Evidence

Fails to demonstrate knowledge of the materials.

10.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Demonstrates college-level proficiency in organization, grammar and style.

5.0 to >4.0 pts Meets Expectation

Project is clearly organized, well written, and in proper format, as outlined in the assignment. Strong sentence and paragraph structure; few errors in grammar and spelling.

4.0 to >3.0 pts Approaches Expectation

Project is fairly well organized and written and is in proper format, as outlined in the assignment. Reasonably good sentence and paragraph structure; significant number of errors in grammar and spelling.

3.0 to >2.0 pts Below Expectation

Project is poorly organized; does not follow proper paper format. Inconsistent to inadequate sentence and paragraph development; numerous errors in grammar and spelling.

2.0 to >0 pts Limited Evidence

Project is not organized or well written and is not in proper paper format. Poor quality work; unacceptable in terms of grammar and spelling.

5.0 pts

Total Points: 25.0

The below is only for reference for the above assignment

Module 8

Option #1: Critical Thinking Paper on Issue or Problem

Select an issue or problem that you wish to investigate critically. Formulate a question or thesis (Links to an external site.) on the issue so that your research has a clear and cogent direction.

Use Paul and Elder’s (2012) intellectual standards to find a topic or problem that is clear, relevant, significant, and precise.

Now, write a paper that addresses the problem or issue via scholarly sources.
Your paper should include the following:

  1. Title page: include your name, date, title of essay, and class
  2. Introduction: provide a two-paragraph introduction (Links to an external site.) that frames the issue or problem carefully
  3. Engagement with issue or problem using scholarly sources and the intellectual standards proposed by Paul and Elder (2012): What is the issue? Why is it significant? Why is this issue relevant to you (and/or your community)? What have you learned about the depth and breadth of the issue or problem from scholarly sources? How do the scholarly sources aid you in fair-mindedness and logic?
  4. Conclusion (Links to an external site.): Reflect on your issue or problem and how the sources informed your thinking. What have you learned? How can you apply the intellectual standards and elements of reason to this issue or problem to come to creative solutions? What critical questions remain?
  5. References
  6. Journal Submission. Each module lecture contains a section with journal prompts that focus on reflection and application of the module content. Use the Journal Template to record your answers for each module’s prompt(s). Include these entries at the end of your Final Portfolio.

Details

  • Cite all claims and ideas using scholarly sources. While it is acceptable to write in the first person, be sure to cite your sources to support your inferences.
  • Your paper should engage a minimum of six scholarly sources that are not required or recommended readings for this course. The CSU-Global Library (Links to an external site.) is a good place to find these sources.
  • Your paper should be eight to ten pages in length and formatted according to the CSU-Global Guide to Writing & APA (Links to an external site.).
  • Papers should be double-spaced, 12-point font.

Keep in mind the following milestones throughout the course designed to assist you in crafting your Final Portfolio

  • Week 1: Submit Portfolio Topic (worth 25 points)
  • Week 4: Submit Revised Portfolio Topic and Preliminary Outline (worth 25 points)

Refer to the Portfolio Project rubric below to understand how your project will be graded.

Option #2: Annotated Bibliography

Select an issue or problem that you wish to investigate critically. Formulate a question or thesis (Links to an external site.) on the issue so that your research has a clear and cogent direction.

Use Paul and Elder’s (2012) intellectual standards to find a topic or problem that is clear, relevant, significant, and precise.

Now, construct an annotated bibliography (Links to an external site.) that addresses the problem or issue through scholarly sources. See this example (Links to an external site.) for a good overview of how an annotated bibliography should be
constructed.
Your annotated bibliography should include the following:

  1. Title page: include your name, date, title of annotated bibliography, and class
  2. Introduction (Links to an external site.): provide a two-paragraph introduction that frames the issue or problem carefully
  3. Annotations (Links to an external site.): Summarize the main point or arguments of each scholarly source. What are the main arguments? What is the point of this book or article? What topics are covered? If someone asked what this article/book is about, what would you say? After summarizing a source, it may be helpful to evaluate it. Is it a useful source? How does it compare with other sources in your bibliography? Is the information reliable? Is this source biased or objective? What is the goal of this source? Each annotation should be roughly one or two paragraphs in length.
  4. Conclusion (Links to an external site.): Reflect on your issue or problem and how the sources informed your thinking. What have you learned? How can you apply the intellectual standards and elements of reason to this issue or problem to come to creative solutions?
  5. References
  6. Journal Submission. Each module lecture contains a section with journal prompts that focus on reflection and application of the module content. Use the Journal Template to record your answers for each module’s prompt(s). Include these entries at the end of your Final Portfolio.

Details

Keep in mind the following milestones throughout the course designed to assist you in crafting your Final Portfolio

  • Week 1: Submit Portfolio Topic (worth 25 points)
  • Week 4: Submit Revised Portfolio Topic and Preliminary Outline (worth 25 points)

Refer to the Portfolio Project rubric below to understand how your project will be graded.

Rubric

HUM101 Mod 8 PP

HUM101 Mod 8 PP

Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Content

40.0 to >32.0 pts

Meets Expectation

Demonstrates strong or adequate knowledge of critical thinking; correctly represents knowledge from the readings and sources.

32.0 to >24.0 pts

Approaches Expectation

Some significant but not major errors or omissions in demonstration of knowledge.

24.0 to >16.0 pts

Below Expectation

Major errors or omissions in demonstration of knowledge.

16.0 to >0 pts

Limited Evidence

Fails to demonstrate knowledge of the materials.

40.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Requirements

30.0 to >24.0 pts

Meets Expectation

The Portfolio includes all of the required components, as specified in the assignment.

24.0 to >18.0 pts

Approaches Expectation

The Portfolio includes most of the required components, as specified in the assignment.

18.0 to >12.0 pts

Below Expectation

The Portfolio includes some of the required components, as specified in the assignment.

12.0 to >0 pts

Limited Evidence

The Portfolio includes few of the required components, as specified in the assignment.

30.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Critical Analysis

45.0 to >36.0 pts

Meets Expectation

Demonstrates strong or adequate critical analysis of thinking and reasoning.

36.0 to >27.0 pts

Approaches Expectation

Some significant but not major errors or omissions in critical analysis of thinking and reasoning.

27.0 to >18.0 pts

Below Expectation

Major errors or omissions in critical analysis of thinking and reasoning.

18.0 to >0 pts

Limited Evidence

Fails to demonstrate critical analysis of thinking and reasoning.

45.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Synthesis and Evaluation

30.0 to >24.0 pts

Meets Expectation

Information is from reliable source(s); interpretation and/or evaluation is rigorous, affording a comprehensive and coherent analysis or synthesis.

24.0 to >18.0 pts

Approaches Expectation

Information is from reliable source(s); interpretation and/or evaluation approaches course expectations in developing a coherent analysis or synthesis.

18.0 to >12.0 pts

Below Expectation

Reliability or relevance of sources or information is questionable. Some interpretation and/or evaluation, but not enough to develop a coherent analysis or synthesis.

12.0 to >0 pts

Limited Evidence

Reliability or relevance of sources or information is questionable. Little to no interpretation and/or evaluation.

30.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Analysis

35.0 to >28.0 pts

Meets Expectation

Provides strong or adequate thought, insight, and analysis of concepts and applications pertaining to critical thinking and reasoning.

28.0 to >21.0 pts

Approaches Expectation

Some significant but not major errors or omissions in thought, insight, and analysis of concepts and applications pertaining to critical thinking and reasoning.

21.0 to >14.0 pts

Below Expectation

Major errors or omissions in thought, insight, and analysis of concepts and applications pertaining to critical thinking and reasoning.

14.0 to >0 pts

Limited Evidence

Fails to demonstrate thought, insight, and analysis of concepts and applications pertaining to critical thinking and reasoning.